TV One Access Round Up Of Urban Celeb News... In Case You Missed It

Usher Denies Engagement, Baby Rumors: A rep for Usher denied that the R&B star is engaged and expecting, according to Vibe magazine. “Rumors about an engagement and pregnancy are 100% false,” a rep for the singer told the magazine. Click HERE to read the rest of the article on TV One Access.

Ice Cube To Star In Film Based Around Cops With Alleged Ties To Biggie & Tupac Murders: Ice Cube is set to star in film called “Rampart,” which will highlight the infamous LAPD scandals of the ‘90s involving slain rappers Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur, according to HipHopwire.com. Also set to in the film are Ben Foster and Woody Harrelson.

Denzel Washington Opens ‘Fences’ On Broadway: First seen in New York in 1987 with James Earl Jones, “Fences” has now returned with an equally starry actor, Denzel Washington in the lead. The production opened Monday at Broadway’s Cort Theatre for a limited engagement through July 11. Click HERE to watch the video of Access’ interview with Denzel Washington.

Latino Stars React To Arizona Immigration Law: Hollywood’s Latino stars are taking to their Twitter pages to respond to a controversial new Arizona law that has drawn backlash from even the White House. Click HERE to read some of the Tweets and comments from George Lopez and Ricky Martin. On April 29, Shakira headed down to Arizona to meet with Phoenix’s police chief and mayor to learn more about how the law will be implemented if it goes into effect this summer, said Trevor Nielson, her political and philanthropic adviser. Click HERE to read the rest of the article.

Mariah Carey Is ‘Not Pregnant’: Mariah Carey may not be as stick thin as some of the women in Hollywood, but don’t confuse curvy for pregnant. Despite the rumors, the singer’s rep told Access Hollywood she is “not pregnant.” Click HERE to read the rest of the article.

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