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The Queen Latifah-hosted talk show will end production at the end of the year and broadcast the last episode in March 2015.
Deemed a triple threat, Latifah is put in charge of hosting the awards show for most-buzzed films and performances.
Other performers at the event include Common, Vince Staples and Jay Electronica who hold a moment of silence for Michael Brown with the late teen's parents after playing 'Kingdom (Remix)'.
Sony Pictures Television, however, denies that Latifah is on the verge of losing the 9 A.M. timeslot on WCBS-TV in New York City.
Wearing a blue snorkel coat and a white turtle neck, the singer/actress sings the song beautifully as she's backed by New Jersey Youth Chorus.
The 'Queen Latifah Show' host, who performed the same song with Carrie Underwood during the Super Bowl in 2010, will take the stage at MetLife Stadium in her home state.
The January 26 awards show features a mass wedding with rap duo Macklemore and Ryan Lewis performing their same-sex marriage anthem 'Same Love'.
Latifah has reached out to Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres for advice on her new daytime show, insisting that she won't talk about her private life on 'The Queen Latifah Show'.
The 'Joyful Noise' actress wants to 'bring a child home' after watching a movie, saying she's 'totally serious' with her plan.
Despite headlining the Long Beach Lesbian & Gay Pride event, Latifah said it was not her way to come out of the closet.
Leo says that Walter always does everything for a reason, but Jeffersonian team's member Sweets thinks the reason may be because Walter is crazy.
The country music veteran jumps into rapping by throwing some rhymes, 'She's queen of her own good but I'm the queen a Dollywood.'
Parton looks gorgeous in a cleavage-baring tight dress at the special-screening event taking place at Chinese Theatre, Los Angeles, while Latifah looks pretty in a simple green gown.
In the fresh snippet, Latifah's Vi learns that members of her choir have secret practices with Jeremy Jordan's Randy after she says no to him joining the group.
Gracing the cover of Essence Magazine's January 2012 issue, the 'Hairspray' songstress also talks about being able to create a clothing line for curvy women like herself.