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BET Networks has just revealed that Black-ish co-stars Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson will be hosting this year’s BET Awards.

Via a new press release, here’s what the two celebrities had to say about the gig:

“I look forward to the BET Awards every year! Tracee and I are going to have so much fun this year celebrating 15 years in black entertainment television,” said Anthony Anderson. “I can’t wait to see all of my peers and the amazing performances that evening.  We may even have a few surprises up our sleeves!”

“I’m thrilled to be hosting the 15th annual BET Awards alongside my on-screen husband Anthony, and am so honored to also be a nominee!  The BET Awards always deliver an epic evening with the best of the best across movies, sports, TV and music,” said Tracee Ellis Ross.

Stephen Hill also chimed in with nothing but positivity.

“We can’t think of a better way to ring in 15 years of BET Awards than with the talented on-screen duo of Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross as our hosts,” said Stephen Hill, BET’s President of Programming. “They are both comedic geniuses and we are ready for them to unleash the laughter and good times on June 28. It will be a night to remember!”

This should be fun.

We’ll soon be hosting Jennifer Lopez in our living rooms again, because the superstar is returning to television.

J.Lo plays a crooked cop-turned-federal informant in the upcoming NBC series Shades of Blue. In the trailer above, the South Bronx singer, actress, and dancer gets into character and tells viewers: “We know that certain things are wrong. But in certain situations, doing the wrong thing is the right thing. It’s about that internal struggle that every single person has…”

Shades of Blue hits the small screen in 2016.

Has Stephen Colbert done the unthinkable?

In a new promotional video for his duties as host of The Late Show, the comedian shaves his beard. Along with the big move, he had this funny message for fans: “Good news, I still exist.”

Watch the video above and tune into The Late Show September 8th on CBS.

Season 2 of Empire is going to be twice as star-studded, if recent reports are any indication.

Diana Ross may be the latest celebrity to join the cast, this according to the show’s creator Lee Daniels, who dished the details to a photographer in West Hollywood recently. Watch him spill the beans above.

The film 99 Homes doesn’t hit theaters until September 25th, but in the meantime, we can enjoy its first official movie trailer. Andrew Garfield plays a father trying to get back his home after he’s been evicted.

Check out the teaser above.


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