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While RiRi was on tour, her house was swarmed by cops after someone placed an alarming call about a home invasion.
Winfrey reprises her Oscar-nominated role Sofia while Perry appears as Madea in the commercial to promote the premiere of two new scripted series on the cable channel.
Paul Thomas Anderson is named the Best Director, Jennifer Lawrence and Emmanuelle Riva are the Best Actresses, and Joaquin Phonenix is hailed as the Best Actor.
The R 'n' B superstar dishes out his latest hits 'Let Me Love You' and 'She I' on the NBC variety show.
The 'Django Unchained' actor says in his monologue that Barack Obama will show more of his black side in his second term.
The 'Beverly Hills, 90210' star denies the pregnancy rumor and shows her disappointment on her Twitter account.
While the first movie hasn't been released yet, a follow-up movie called 'Double Cross' is already in the works with Tyler set to reprise his role as Alex Cross.
'It's all about evolving, growing and trying something different,' the 'Madea' actor says of why he decides to take a very dark role which is a far cry from his trademark comedian persona.
OWN and the 'Madea Goes to Jail' director sign an exclusive multi-year deal, under which he will executive produce, write and direct two new scripted series for the network.
The Big Dick Richie depicter on 'Magic Mike' gets cozy with a 'tall, leggy blonde' when attending the launch party of Samsung Galaxy S III in Beverly Hills.
Starring as the titular Washington DC detective, Perry is caught in a cat and mouse game with a psychotic mob hitman, who masterminds a series of brutal murders.
The 'Why Did I Get Married?' helmer says there's no way that Whitney Houston's daughter could have stormed off the set of 'For Better or Worse' because the show has completed filming the new season.
The Atlanta Fire Department couldn't confirm that the 'Madea's Witness Protection' filmmaker was on the scene when the fire broke, but assure that no one was injured during the incident.
Atlanta PD launch an internal investigation, a few days after the 'For Colored Girls' director wrote on his Facebook page that he was harassed by two 'hostile' white officers when he's pulled over.
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department have decided to take another look at the case after 'homicide investigators were contacted by persons who stated they had additional information.'