Tia Mowry looks stunning on the new issue of Rolling Out magazine.
The actress is breaking out her own and she’s been doing great all by herself.
Her show on Nickelodeon, Instant Mom, was renewed for a second season and she’s balancing motherhood and being a wife just fine.
Check out some photos from her shoot with the magazine.
Cedric The Entertainer‘s show, Soul Man, will live to see a third season.
The new season of the comedy series will premiere in the spring of 2014 with just eight episodes.
“We’re so proud to have this show in our portfolio of sitcoms,” said Jones. “Fans of The Soul Man are the drivers behind the success of the series. Because of their passion, we are able to continuously bring new viewers to the channel.”
For the past two seasons, The Soul Man averaged 3.7 rating among African American women 25-54 and a 3.0 rating with African-American Adults 25-54, according to Nielsen.
Nelson Mandela was a true leader and visionary. Since his passing on December 5, people from around the world have been paying their respects and reflecting on Mandela’s tireless efforts. Now, it seems the leader’s funeral is schedule to take place on December 15.
SA President Jacob Zuma said, “We should all work together to organize the most befitting funeral for this outstanding son of our country.”
“The official memorial service will be held on the 10th of December at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg. From the 11th to the 13th of December the remains of our beloved Madela will lie in state…in Pretoria, where he served as the first president of this young democracy; during these days official memorial services will also be held in all provinces and regions. Once again, we thank all South Africans for the dignity, respect, and the support that has been provided to the Mandela family from the period of Mandela’s illness to his eventual passing.”
Benedict Cumberbatch is dapper on the Jan. 2014 issue of British GQ. The actor is prepping for the release of his new film, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, which hits theaters Dec. 13. But that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have time to chat about his career thus far, and his role in 12 Years A Slave.
On meeting a genuine woman:
“It is harder [meeting women], because people think they know more about you than they actually do.”
On his acting career:
“I know that everything I do now will have flavors of Sherlock. Everyone wants those dark, complicated anti-heroes and, of course, I play them. But I also plays Charles in August: Osage Country, an everyman; he’s not super-sleuthing or cracking code or breaking algorithms.”
On his role in 12 Years A Slave:
“I play Ford in 12 Years A Slave and Alexander in Stuart: A Life Backwards – he’s a pretty open book; smart man though he is, the complexity is all about Stuart,” he added.
Ron Burgundy (the fictional character portrayed by Will Ferrell in Anchorman) is getting his very own Scotch.
The Scotch is from Great Odin’s Raven Special Reserve and will be distributed by Riviera Imports. Liquor connoisseurs can get a 750ml bottle for around $25.
Riviera describes the Scotch as, “It is crafted and bottled in Scotland from a 60% malt and 40% grain blend by Old St. Andrews Distillery, featuring whiskies from Speyside, Highlands and Islay.”
The Scotch is rumored to hit stores in December.
Tim McGraw and wife Faith Hill collectively cover the December issue of VEGAS.
Despite the rumors, Hill and McGraw are still going strong as a couple. In this joint interview, the pair discuss their kids, working together, going on tour and much more.
Check out some snippets from their Vegas interview below.
On their careers:
“It’s not like, ‘Well, now we’ve gotten to a point in our career where we’re not touring anymore and we’re not gonna make records and we’re not gonna do this or that, so we’re gonna go to Vegas and play.’ Everything that we want to do in our careers is available. So we can pick and choose and do the things that we want to do, and line ’em up in a way that works for our lives.”
On stadium vs. theaters tours:
“The big difference is in between songs and when you’re talking to the audience. You can talk to everybody, and in a lot of cases you can hear people [respond]. And that’s when it becomes fun and it becomes sort of [spontaneous]. And it also becomes a relationship in a different way than it is in a big arena. In this theater you really feel like you get to know the audience in a different way. And I feel like they get you to know you in a different way.”
On their relationship painted in songs:
“Being exposed like ['I Need You'] in a song relationship-wise, especially for us and our 17 years together and our family, that just puts an exclamation mark on what the evening’s all about, really. There’s music and there’s us performing together and there’s us performing each other’s songs and all those sorts of things. But at the end of the day, the show, Soul2Soul is about us and our relationship. And I think that the song sort of encapsulates all of that in one moment.”
On working with Tim M.:
“We’ve not worked together since we went on our last tour in, I guess, 2007, the big Soul2Soul tour. Our kids were much younger then, and it was easier to kind of load ’em up and bring the entire circus on the road. So when the Venetian approached us with the possibility of doing a few weekends for them, one of the first things that they offered was that they would work within our schedule parameters. The Venetian was so brilliant in how they accommodated us in such a way that it was one of the greatest experiences that we have ever had playing live together. I mean, this beautiful 1,800-seat theater, working around our children’s sports schedules and proms and all this kind of stuff that goes on once you get kids in high school, not to mention artistically. We were able to bring basically the design of a stadium-style show and put it into a theater.”
On their children visiting while they’re on tour:
“Well, our oldest daughter saw one show and only because a friend of hers came. I think she left early. But our two youngest daughters, no, have actually not seen it,but they’ve accompanied us [to Vegas]. They love being there and were sad when it ended last time. They’re kids, so they definitely find things to occupy [themselves]. They’ve seen most shows that are age-appropriate for them. Of course, they love Topshop. And they also enjoy just the behind-the-stage, you know, hanging out with the band. And the dressing room. It’s fun for them. The Venetian took really great care of us, so they were a little bits spoiled.”
Newlywed Chrissy Teigen is sharing her workout regimen, and career goals in the latest issue of Cosmopolitan magazine!
The model even shares her biggest beauty regret, ever!
On her go-to workout regimen:
“I need a class vibe. My favorite is the ballet-inspired barre class Physique 57.”
On her favorite date-night look:
“I’m incapable of doing my hair, so I always wear it in a topknot. That and a full lash.”
On her goals:
“I would love to host a panel show – like a younger version of ‘The View.’ Morning shows are so lively and fun.”
On her beauty regret:
“I pretty much shaved off my eyebrows and then drew them in. It was bad. Don’t mess with your eyebrows!”