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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.
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.
The 'Chicago' star joins forces with Overbrook Entertainment and Flavor Unit Entertainment to produce a new sydicated talk show where she will serve as the host.
Latifah's Vi Rose Hill and Parton's G.G. Sparrow are two stubborn women who are forced to work together to save a Gospel Choir in a small town.
The likes of Warren G, Snoop Dogg, Cali Swag District, Doug E. Fresh and Queen Latifah are invited to the stage to pay tribute to the late musicians.
Cruz and Jeff Bridges reenact a scene from 'Beauty and the Beast', Wilde dresses like the Evil Queen and Queen Latifah transforms into Sea Witch Ursula.
Tyler Perry's 'For Colored Girls' leads four of its stars to get Supporting Actress nominations, while 'Frankie and Alice' female lead Halle Berry is honored with Outstanding Actress nod.
The Favorite Breakout Artist winner sings 'A Year Without Rain', and the host threw 'Dynamite' as an opening number.
Inspired by Beyonce Knowles' song of the same name, the film will be transformed into 8-episode series to launch in the middle of next year.
The two actresses are tapped to star in the gospel-choir feature film, which will be directed by 'Bandslam' helmer.
The singer defended 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' and 'Jersey Shore', insisting she doesn't blame viewers for being fascinated by her fellow New Jersey natives.