Posted by Media Outrage on March 27, 2010
Michael Jai White was looking plenty good for the ladies during the Atlanta premiere of “Why Did I Get Married Too?” at Regal Atlantic Station. Michael stays flashing that smile for the good folks. This is definitely a film that fans of the first one have been eagerly anticipating. How many think part 2 might surpass part 1??
Kandi Burruss, Lisa Wu Hartwell, Terri Vaughn, Denise Boutte and Alfonso Ribeiro were all in attendance for the movie premiere. What the hell is up with Kandi’s KNEES?!?! Got Daaaayuuum! … Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on March 19, 2010
Terri Vaughn who is best known for her role as “Lovita Alizay Jenkins-Robinson” on the Steve Harvey Show, attended the Pursuing The Glory book launch at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta last night. Terri alwyas looks nice. We’d love to see this sista land a role because her acting skills are on par.
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Posted by Media Outrage on December 21, 2009
Chris Tucker, Dawnn Lewis, and Kim Coles were all present for the 26th Anniversary UNCF Mayor’s Masked Ball at the Marriot Marquis in Atlanta Saturday night. Everyone looked real nice. Your girl BernNadette Stanis, Terri Vaughn, Anna Maria Horsford, and that man Sheree Whitfield all came through. Peep all the wonderful pics when you Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on October 19, 2009
Terri Vaughn who will always be remembered for her portrayal as “Lovita Jenkins” on the Steve Harvey Show celebrated her 40th birthday at Rare in Atlanta this past weekend. She, her husband, and plenty of family and friends danced the night away and sang happy B day to the actress. She looks GREAT! Get it girl! We just hope to see her back on the big screen very soon. More Lovita Jenkins when you Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on September 9, 2009
The cast of Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself came out in droves to celebrate the premiere at the SVA Theater in NYC last night. The film hits theaters everywhere this Friday. Do go out and support! Some of your favorite stars like, Taraji P. Henson, Mary J. Blige, Gladys Knight Brian White and others are in the movie. Tyler is still doing the damn thing for Black Hollywood. More pics when you Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on September 2, 2009
Terri Vaughn received a warm welcome to Atlanta party at a private residence by fellow actress Malinda Williams, Chilli and other family members. Terri Vaughn will always be known as Lovita Jenkins to us. Malinda Williams is still cute as a button. Peep those images when you Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Media Outrage on May 4, 2009
Terri Vaughn hit up the American Girl Place “Stop The Bullying Day” with SSHF Celebrity Read Aloud Tour at The Grove in Los Angeles, this weekend to help motivate the kids. Terri is still best remembered for her role as Lovita Jenkins on The Steve Harvey Show. Terri is someone we’d like to see jump up in somebody’s TV show or movie. Tyler James (Everybody Hates Chris) also attended the read aloud tour. It’s great to see that they care about the children.
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Posted by Media Outrage on November 11, 2008
Actresses Malinda Williams and Terri Vaughn were spotted shopping on Robertson Blvd in LA this past weekend. Malinda who has a slew of movies under her belt such as The Wood, and Daddy’s Little Girls is someone we wouldn’t mind seeing in leading roles. Terri Vaughn who will always be remembered for her role as “Lovita” on the Steve Harvey show recently produced a dvd about the state of black actresses in Hollywood. Both ladies are beaming. Thanks Monica for emailing the pics!
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Posted by Media Outrage on October 6, 2008
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Posted by Media Outrage on March 7, 2008
Actress Terri Vaughn who is best remembered for her role as Lovita Jenkins on The Steve Harvey Show has shot a documentary entitled Angels Can’t Help But Laugh, that delves deep into the struggles of Black actresses in Hollywood. She sat down with Essence and spoke candidly about her reason for making the documentary and her perception of some of the struggles that black actresses face.
Essence.com: Congrats on your documentary, Angels Can’t Help But Laugh, which has been circulating the film festivals. What is the significance of the title?
Terri Vaughn: When I began filming the documentary I was in the midst of making a bold move—out of my [first] marriage. I was reading A Woman’s Worth by Marianne Williamson, and there was a line I read that said, “angels can’t help but laugh.” Immediately, I knew that was the title for this project. For me, the title simply means that throughout all the trials and tribulations, we [as actresses] are still able to laugh and love what we do and stay motivated in the midst of it all.
Essence.com: In your docufilm, Regina King, Malinda Wiliiams, Tasha Smith and Sheryl Lee Ralph speak candidly about the struggle of Black actresses in Hollywood. Are you concerned that folks will perceive you all as ABWs (Angry Black Women)?
T.V.: I don’t believe we came off as angry, but informative. Sometimes having a voice means that people are going to judge you. For once, I wasn’t concerned about being judged by people because my focus was to create a forum to give voice to Black women and bring power and enlightenment. The film is proactive in creating dialogue and acknowledging the plight of Black actresses; its purpose is not to complain. If we just sit around and say nothing like we often do and no light is ever shed, then we’re as much to blame for our position or lack thereof in Hollywood.
Essence.com: There were many older and younger actresses such as Gabrielle Union, Regina Hall, Nia Long and Sanaa Lathan who were not a part of that forum. Why? Read the rest of this entry »
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