Jackee Harry is still foxx 2 decades after starring in 227 as the sexy single neighbor. We declare Jackee Harry and Kym Whitley resemble like a muthaphucka. Jackee was strutting herself at the 11th Annual GBC Toast & Roast honoring Marla Gibbs and Hal Williams. For those who don’t know, Marla portrayed “Florence” on The Jeffersons and “Mary Jenkins” on the hit 80’s show 227. The old shows were so dope! More images when you Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on March 28, 2010
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Posted by Media Outrage on March 22, 2010
Mr. T hit up the Starlight Children’s Foundation’s 2010 “A Stellar Night” Gala at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Century City, CA this weekend to support the kids. For those who don’t know or weren’t born at the time, Mr T. is from the hit 80’s TV show The A-Team. More images when you Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Media Outrage on February 12, 2010
Lela Rochon, who’s still best remembered for her role in Eddie Murphy’s Harlem Knights, attended the Pan African Film & Arts Festival Opening Night Gala in West Hollywood. Lela is still looking something good after all these years of being off screen. She was in the building with her husband/director Antoine Fuqua… Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Media Outrage on December 17, 2009
That title might actually give away the video awaiting you. Take a trip down memory lane with us…. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Media Outrage on December 7, 2009
Its been some years since Lynda Carter donned this outfit decked with stars and portrayed Wonder Woman. Check out Lynda Carter in DC last night for the 32nd Kennedy Center Honors… Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Media Outrage on February 5, 2009
For those who are too young to remember or are scratching their heads wondering what the H is MO talking about in that title, this is John Schneider who played “Bo Duke” in the Dukes of Hazzard. Those are the beginning words to the song that used to play when the show came on. For those who do remember, that was the joint! Anyway John Schneider was spotted in Hollywood on Tuesday night. His last television role was on “Smallville.”
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Posted by Media Outrage on November 14, 2008
John Amos who played the hell out of James Evans on Good Times hit up some arts center in NYC. Even though James Evans died like 9 different times and ways LOL on Good Times it was still one of the best shows to ever grace a TV screen. Glynn Turner who played the colonel on A Different World was also in the building. In Beverly Hills, Ben Vereen attended a movie premiere looking rather chunky.
Posted by Media Outrage on September 15, 2008
Big Daddy Kane hit up the tribute to Patti LaBelle over the weekend. It’s been a minute since we’ve seen Kane on anyone’s scene. Damn we miss that high top fade. Kane definitely used to get busy and is one of the best to ever pick up a mic. It’s just ashame that the rappers of the 80’s and early 90’s didn’t have the marketing opportunities that the ones of today have.
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Posted by Media Outrage on April 24, 2008
Remember Sarah from Making the Band? Well geez louise somethings got bigger but we can’t put our finger on them. Help us out. Sarah looks good though what do you think? We spotted these pics here and here.
Posted by Media Outrage on January 9, 2008
Remember at one point Billy Dee Williams was the status for male beauty??? Then Denzel came along and ended that run and for a second we thought Morris Chestnut would take the crown but given the fact that he can’t act to save his let alone anyone else’s life his luster is quickly fading. Anyway Billy Dee Williams was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award on Monday at the Hoboken International Film Festival.