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Keke Palmer is headed to Broadway.

The 20-year-old songstress will be starring in Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella. The role, which was originally played by pop star Carly Rae Jepsen, will mark the first time a black Cinderella has appeared on Broadway.

Read more about Keke’s new gig here.

It’s pretty obvious that Taye Diggs is a talented actor, but did you know his talents extend to the pole?

That’s right, y’all. This guy’s got some pretty intense moves and here’s the proof. Taye uploaded a three-part video of himself workin’ it out on a pole and shared it via Twitter. Watch the rest of his moves here.

We’ve got your first look at Beyond The Lights, the latest film from the writer and director of Love & Basketball.

The film tells the story of Noni Jean, an award-winning new artist who’s destined for superstardom. The pressure to be great weighs heavy on Noni and nearly causes her demise. It’s not until she meets Kaz Nicol, a young cop and aspiring politician, that everything starts to fall into place. Though everyone is rooting for their relationship to fail and urging them to put career before romance, the couple fight to make it work and prove, once again, that love conquers all.

Check out the official poster above.

Kit Harrington and his Game of Thrones co-star turned on-again off-again girlfriend Rose Leslie appear to be together yet again.

The couple, who play Jon Snow and Ygritte, split nearly a year ago, according to Us Weekly.

“They’ve been back on for about three months, a source says. “That said, it’s casual right now and they’re having fun.”

They were recently spotted together at LAX before showing up to Comic-Con together.

“They’re not moving in together or anything like that yet,” the source added.

Kit’s rep has declined to comment on the relationship. Find out more about their reconciliation here.

Hunger Games actor Jeffrey Wright is taking a stand against Ebola.

The actor has been working in Africa for over a decade. When he’s not filming the latest installment in The Hunger Games series, he’s running one of his two African Projects. Wright is the brains behind both Taia Lion Resources Inc. and Taia Peace Foundation. The first is a gold exploration company, the second is a foundation aiding social development efforts in Sierra Leone.

“We were obviously concerned when we heard the initial reports,” Wright said. “The epicenter of the outbreak is a town called Gueckedou, Guinea, about 40 kilometers from the border with Penguia chiefdom in Sierra Leone, where the focus of my company and foundation’s activities have been for over a decade.”

Wright was moved to start his companies after filming Ali in Africa. He began Taia Lion Resources Inc. in an effort to keep money from Africa’s natural resources in Africa. Since news of the outbreak, Jeffrey has been monitoring the situation closely, as many of his staffers are at high risk of exposure.

“My concern is as much with the people we work with directly as it is with the larger population of Sierra Leone,” he said. “One of the enablers for the historic proportions of the outbreak is that in the rural areas of Sierra Leone and Guinea and Liberia, there’s essentially zero medical infrastructure in place. Zero.”

See what else Wright had to say about the Ebola outbreak here.

SOURCE: Jezebel, NY Daily News, Hollywood Reporter | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, WENN, Vine.

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