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Nia Long’s JET Magazine Cover + Interview Snippets



Nia Long graces this week’s cover of JET magazine. In this issue,  which applauds Nia for  being fearless at 40, the actress discusses motherhood, success and friends in the industry. Read some snippets from her feature below.

On friends in the industry:
My social circle is a little bit different and so much better. You know every now and then you go through your Blackberry and go, ‘OK, is this person really worth taking up my megabytes?”‘ (Laughing)

On her success in Hollywood:
I’m very direct, always has been. But I think motherhood and maturing has definitely given me a level of compassion that is a lot more constructive, in terms of dealing with people…business. I just think I have a lot more insight on life and people. I live my life with INTEGRITY and HONESTY and sometimes it can be mistaken for arrogance, but it’s not arrogance at all. I have more patience with things of value in my life and less patience for the nonsense

On maturing into a grown woman and mother:
…It tickles me. I’m like, wow, I wasn’t even a mom then. I was just a young girl and I thought I knew everything and I’m such a different woman. It’s a moment in time where you can really reflect on who you were and that’s why film is so great because it’s timeless.
[“The Best Man”] does feel like yesterday, but then it feels like, ‘Who is that person I’m looking at?’ Forget about the character I’m playing, who is that woman, because I’m so different from who she was. The things that mattered to me back then don’t matter right now.

Whoopi Goldberg arriving at the “Sister Act” musical premiere



Actress and talk show host Whoopi Goldberg was seem arriving at the “Sister Act” musical premiere on December 3 in Hamburg. Goldberg turned heads as she walked the red carpet due to her shoes and large hat. It appears as though the Ghost actress is wearing house slippers. Once thing you can always say about Goldberg is that she does what she wants. More pictures below.


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Photos from the New York premiere of ‘For Colored Girls’

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Janet Jackson, Thandie Newton, Anika Rose, Kerry Washington, Kimberly Elise, Loretta Devine, and Phylicia Rashad, all looked stunning as they attenedd the premiere ffor the movie, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When The Raunbow is Enuf at the Ziegfeld Theatre on October 25, 2010 in New York City.  Patti LaBelle, Niecey Nash, Fabolous, Ciara, Macy Gray, and Tyler Perry, were also in attendance.

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New movie poster for “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf”

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A few weeks ago, we showed you the character posters for the movie For Colored Girls Who have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf. Now, thanks to Movieline, we have the official movie poster. For Colored Girls opens on November 5, 2010.

Quote of the week from Gabourey Sidibe

Gabourey Sidibe made her first appearance on The View this past week.  Sidibe told the ladies of The View that she was terrified of Mike Tyson when she saw him for the first time at The Golden Globes.

Her explanation as to why she’s afraid of him is why Gabby is our quote of the week.

“Face tattoos say, ‘I’ve gone as far as I want to go in society, and in fact, I think I’m going to take a few steps back.'”

Gabourey Sidibe is so adorable and we agree!  Check out her full interview below.

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