Taraji Henson

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Taraji P. Henson is a certified Hollywood star and she has no issues admitting it. On the November cover of Essence magazine, the beautiful Empire star says, “I’m just gonna keep amassing an audience. Everything was strategically planned. This is what all my efforts are for.” “Even though people are just finding me now as Cookie, thank God […]

There’s already enough drama brewing on this season of Empire to last a lifetime, but a new rumor is claiming that the bad blood between Cookie…

Morris Chestnut is having an amazing career moment right now, between his hit movie The Perfect Guy and his new  show Rosewood, which debuts tonight on FOX. But he has no problem giving props to other Black actors, especially the beautiful sisters in starring roles. At a screening of his new show in Harlem last week, Chestnut, […]

Taraji P. Henson has already had a successful career - way before she became known as the Empire matriarch Cookie Lyon.

50 Cent is one of hip-hop’s biggest trouble makers, so it was no surprise when the “Get Rich Or Die Trying” rapper threw some major shade…

Taraji Henson earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress opposite Brad Pitt in David Fincher’s The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Taraji is…

The Devil Quotes Scripture was definitely the right title for last night’s episode of “Empire.” We’re still like whoa and dying for next week’s episode. Join the conversation live on Twitter next week. BEST LINES: “I’m a man. My obedience is no longer for sale.” – Jamal (Says and drops the mic!) NO WAY!: Tell […]

It’s another edition of Wardrobe Wars and this time we’ve got actress Taraji P. Henson and singer Alicia Keys head to head in this fashion…

Steve Harvey’s best selling book “Act Like A Lady, Think Like A Man” stirred up the relationship world and if you weren’t affected by the…

The Oscar-nominated "Curious Case of Benjamin Button" actor will take on a role inspired by Dr. Catana Starks, the first female head coach of an NCAA Division 1 men's team.