Cher’s Entertainment 6/17/19
Khloé Kardashian seems to be okay with her ex-husband Lamar Odom's new tell-all book, Darkness to Light, which includes a number of explosive bits, including talk of their romance.
On Friday (June 14), the 39-year-old star took to Instagram to talk about the memoir reaching the No. 6 position on The New York Times bestseller list. "What felt like a lifetime of writing and working on this project finally came to Light and I am grateful to YOU ALL! Your continued support and love is appreciated!” he wrote. "It took a lot of courage for me to get so raw and candid with you all but I wanted you guys to get MY true story!"
If you take a scroll through the comment section, you'll see that Kardashian shared some kind words in response to the news writing, "Look at God!!! Congratulations Lammy! Keep shining."
The BET Awards will honor Mary J. Blige and Tyler Perry at this year’s event. Blige gets The Lifetime Achievement Award for her years as the reigning Queen Of Hip Hop Soul. The Ultimate Icon Award is going to Perry, who has signed onto BET including their new streaming service. Look for the Tyler Perry programming this fall. The BET Awards performances will include Cardi B, DJ Khaled, H.E.R. Lucky Daye and Lil Nas X with Billy Ray Cyrus. The 2019 BET Awards hosted by Regina Hall airs Sunday, June 23rd at 8pm.
The Rick James Story is coming to the small screen. This will be a very deep story. James artistry as a writer/producer/performer is legendary. He had his own hits: Give It To Me Baby; Mary Jane; You & I and, of course Superfreak.
He had hits with other artists: Smokey Robinson and Ebony Eyes; The Temptations and Standing On The Top; and Eddie Murphy and Party All The Time.
Don’t laugh at that Eddie Murphy because the single went platinum and the album went gold. No casting details have been shared but look for more on the biopic to come out in August.