Wait? What! I’m so excited now!
I watched for 26 minutes! It was still going!
8. Eat a medium rare steak
It’s weird. Hollywood and Vi on Queen Sugar don’t bother me at all, (maybe because Hollywood doesn’t look young to me, but Shades does, I dunno) which is why I was so surprised I was conflicted about this. Like, I wanted it to happen, but when it happened I was like “This ... this is a lot,” and found myself…
I wanted them to get together! I was just surprised at my own reaction after wanting it. If it helps, I’m often surprised by May-December pairings regardless of race or gender. It was more that I didn’t know how to feel more than anything and was surprised by my grade school reaction to it. Regardless, I COULD NOT…
I loved it! Great twist!
That’s a testament to how good both actors were. You really believed it. Making it all the more real!
If it was an old man with a younger woman I’d still be kind of freaked out. I’m forever grossed out by old man, young woman pairings forced on me by Hollywood. This was just a weird thing where this was something I wanted (I clearly asked my friend if they got together because I wanted them to get together), but when…
I thinks she’s clearly playing a character that’s supposed to be in her 50s, (Shades on the show is 40 and Theo Rossi is 43 in real life) but Alfre Woodard is actually 65 years old.
Yes I do lol!
Aaaand that’s a wrap. We survived another crazy, fun, weird, wild and unpredictably bonkers BET Awards that had everything. From "stay woke" to literally taking folks to church. It was nuts! Catch y'all next year even though we'll never know who the female rap artist of the year was!
And now Snoop is going gospel. I'm happy he found peace and love out of chaos. No joke. But seriously, aren't there like six more awards to give out?
I'm majorly into this Snoop Dogg performance. Because I'm old and remember when all these songs first came out.
Everyone is making a mad dash out of the show, skipping out the final performance. Pretty sure the camera won't pan to our empty section.
Janelle Monae’s “Dirty Computer” is my jam and she's bringing pageantry and professionalism to this award show ... that oddly has stopped giving out awards for a moment.
There are only less than 30 minutes left in the show. I'm trying to ignore my growling stomach and focus on Ella Mae's melodic harmonies. It's hard. Really want In and Out Burger right now.
The guy shouting Rock the Bells through this Debra Lee tribute just because LL Cool J is on the stage is driving me bonkers. But congrats and all the best to Debra who is leaving BET after 32 years.
Well, the last 10 minutes took quite a turn to the woke with real life heroes to Meek Mill being introduced by Philly’s finest.
I always am impressed by Jamie Foxx’s singing voice. He was an unlikely choice for an Anita Baker tribute, but a great one.