13 Feb 2014

About Last Night Hollywood Premiere + Red Carpet Pics!

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Celebrities attended a advance screening of “About Last Night” featuring Kevin Hart. Celebrities in attendance included Kevin Hart, Lil Mama, Regina Hall, recently married Terrell Owens, Joy Brant, and more.

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Check out more pics from the screening after the break.

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06 Jan 2014

Celebs Out & About: Lil Mama

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Rapper Lil Mama stopped by 106 & Park to chop it up with Bow wow and Keisha Chante’. Check out more pics from her visit after the break..

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25 Nov 2013

AMA Performance: TLC & Lil Mama – Waterfalls

22 Oct 2013

CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story

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TLC’s humble beginnings in Atlanta quickly led to an unprecedented rise to fame in the 1990′s as one of the world’s most talented, celebrated and highest-selling female groups of all time. Through very public and high profile success, turmoil and tragedy, TLC left an indelible stamp of female empowerment that changed the face of the music industry forever.

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In the film, titled “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story,” KeKe Palmer (“Akeela & The Bee,” “True Jackson VP,” “Joyful Noise”) will portray Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas, Lil Mama (“America’s Best Dance Crew”) will take on the role of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, and Drew Sidora (“Step Up,” “Wild Hogs,” “The Game”) plays Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins.

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01 Aug 2013

TLC New Album Release Date October 15th + Crazy Sexy Cool Movie!

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TLC, the best-selling female group in music history, return to the spotlight with a series of exciting events, including an album, a biopic, and a reunion performance, ushering in the next phase of the group’s illustrious career, which saw Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas, Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, and Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes sell 65 million albums worldwide and become cultural icons in the process.

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22 Feb 2013

Meet The Leading Ladies Of TLC Biopic: KeKe Palmer, Lil Mama, & Drew Sidora!

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VH1 has cast the iconic roles of superstars Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, and Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, for a full-length TV movie based on the life and career of R&B/hip-hop/pop group TLC.

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In the film, titled “Crazy, Sexy, Cool: The TLC Story,” KeKe Palmer (“Akeela & The Bee,” “True Jackson VP,” “Joyful Noise”) will portray Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas, Lil Mama (“America’s Best Dance Crew”) will take on the role of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, and Drew Sidora (“Step Up,” “Wild Hogs,” “The Game”) has been cast as Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins.

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Charles Stone III (“Drumline,” “Paid in Full,” “Mr. 3000”) is set to direct the biopic, which is penned by screenwriter Kate Lanier (“What’s Love Got To Do With It,” “Set it Off,” “Beauty Shop”). The film is slated to begin shooting next month in Atlanta.

VH1’s TLC project is part of the network’s successful push into scripted programming which will include the premiere of new scripted series “Bounce” (working title) later this year.

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“With this cast, we are thrilled with the talent assembled both in front of and behind the cameras,” stated Jeff Olde, Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Production, VH1. “TLC are truly music pioneers and this movie is a fantastic way to expand our scripted push by combining our audience’s passion for music with their love of story. We know our viewers will be eager to go beyond the headlines and into the surprisingly personal, never before told stories of these groundbreaking women.”

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28 Nov 2012

CelebTwitPics: Keyshia Cole , Lil Mama , Olivia Longett , & Pattie LaBelle

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31 Oct 2011

Rapper Lil Mama Opens Up In Breast Cancer Interview

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The female emcee gets personal in her interview with Esscence.com about her mother’s losing battle to cancer, the struggle to cope and her latest music endeavors.

ESSENCE.com: Your mother passed in 2007, what’s your fondest memory of her?

LIL MAMA: The memory I recall the most about her was her love of music and singing. Sometimes I speak to my grandfather on the phone and he’ll always share a memory with me of when she was sitting down with me somewhere and would just randomly pop out and say ‘I’m a singer!’ He said it just cracked him up because my mother’s father always loved music, he always loved to sing, and he never pushed it on any of his children. And for my mother to love singing so much it really made him happy. So to see my mom struggle, and always see her sing, and fight through her pain, it made me very happy because she’s the person actually dealing with the struggle. For her to be the one going through it, and to actually show happiness, was what I remember the most about her. My mother really inspired me to sing.

ESSENCE.com: How important is this Breast Cancer Awareness Month to you?

LIL MAMA: This month is very important to me, and I’m actually just wetting my feet because for the past three years I’ve been really sad over losing my mom and I haven’t really stood up to do something about it. And to help other people who are still fighting. I’ve actually met two women in the same week a few months who shared their testimony with me. One actually beat cancer and another woman told me she knew who I was because she was in chemotherapy watching me on television with her daughter. And I thought, ‘wow’ that’s a testimony to me to meet two women with daughters who’s mother is fighting breast cancer like myself. That let’s me know that I need to use my voice and get involved. So this month I’m encouraging them to donate to research of finding a cure and I’ve been looking into starting my own foundation one day.

ESSENCE.com: On a personal level, how have you been dealing with it over the years?

LIL MAMA: I definitely deal with it every day. I recently came back to Brooklyn to see my family. I was so happy to see my dad and my siblings. Then I went to lay down and picked up the phone to call my mom, and realized that’ something I can’t do, so it really hurts. But you know, it’s not just the month of October, it’s the entire year that I’m dealing with missing her. It’s a blessing to have had her in my life for as long as I did. It’s really tough to become a teenager without your mom, let alone a woman. It’s not easy.

ESSENCE.com: You just had a new single with Snoop Dogg, “NY, NY, LA, LA,” what else have you been up to?

Read full interview here: www.essence.com

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