Taraji P. Henson

According to reports, Taraji P. Henson joined several other celebrities in calling the punishment excessive. Though Smollett maintained his innocence, he was found guilty last year of filing a false police report and was convicted of five counts of disorderly conduct.


Taraji P. Henson remains booked and busy, this time hosting The 2021 BET Awards which will be produced with a theme paying homage to Black women.

Megan Thee Stallion delivered some much-needed Good News in the form of her debut album on Friday (Nov.20). Sunday night (Nov.22), the Houston rapper kept the momentum going during the American Music Awards.

BIG Cookie energy is coming to the 2020 American Music Awards.

The couple was set to wed in June of this year but called off the event citing coronavirus concerns.

Titled 'Peace of Mind with Taraji,' the show will invite celebrity guests and mental health experts alike to the program.

The award-winning actress and Washington, D.C. native showed off and showed out.


No word yet on the series title or when it will be slated to debut, but rumors have it that some OG Empire cast members may make appearances on the show which Fox hopes can serve as a proper finale to Empire which was prematurely ended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

For those of you still wondering, yes Empire still comes on, and during last night's episode fans were told to “Get ready for the shocking final three episodes of Empire.” Deadline is reporting the episode that airs on April 21 will be the final one. 

Lamar Odom has lived one hell of a life. The former NBA baller sat down with TV One’s Uncensored and got very candid about the mistakes he made in life. One egregious error, in particular, is gaining attention, and that was him choosing Khloe Kardashian over Taraji P.Henson.

A screenwriter has filed a lawsuit against a number of entities over claims that the idea for What Men Want starring Taraji P. Henson was stolen from him. The screenwriter named Paramount Pictures, film producer Will Packer and BET in the suit.

Academy Award winner Terrence Howard has officially announced he’s done with acting. Last week, the 50-year-old thespian appeared on the entertainment show Extra to share the news that he would no longer be pursuing any more on-camera roles after “Empire”‘s sixth and final season ends.