— In the midst of all the other wild Oscar events circulating the internet, Tiffany Haddish‘s red-carpet moment with a reporter, made the list.
“You do a little costume change,” asked Entertainment Tonight reporter, Lauren Zima. To which Haddish responded, “I’m not wearing a costume, this is Dolce & Gabbana.” The Girls Trip actress went on saying, “It’s called an evening gown darling…I paid for it…This what success look like. This what money look like.”
The now-viral clip garnered lots of attention from those who appreciated Haddish’s candid and honest response. Virtual claps and snaps were given to the star who often speaks about her acting journey and struggle to make it to Oscar-like carpets.
— One thing we won’t be asking of iconic R&B singer Deborah Cox is, “How did you get here?”
The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences and CBC announced Tuesday that the singer will be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the 51st Juno Awards this May.
“I feel incredibly grateful to experience this true milestone moment,” Deborah Cox said. “Music has always been about community for me, and I am so thankful…for not only recognizing myself, but my family, friends and loving fans who have supported me and helped make my dream possible for the past 25+ years.”
The award-winning singer will be the first Black woman to receive the national honor.
— In the spirit of summer music festivals returning this year, Milwaukee’s Summerfest announced its lineup on Tuesday.
Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Wu-Tang Clan, Anthony Hamilton, Cordae and Willow are on the list of performers.
Tickets for the 54th Summerfest go on sale Friday, April 8.
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