Last night’s Soul Train Music Awards turned into “Ladies Night” with a surprise on-stage reunion performance by Lil’ Kim, Missy Elliott, and Da Brat. The femcee trio performed “Not Tonight (Ladies Night Remix),” their 1997 hit. Contemporary R&B singer Eric Benétopened the song before the three emcees joined in for their rendition.
The 2014 Soul Train Awards are set to air November 30 at 8 p.m. on BET, and we’re already getting pumped. So should YOU! The star-studded event will be hosted by Wendy Williams and feature performances from Chris Brown, Nico & Vinz and Tamar Braxton among several other special guests. The show will be filmed tonight at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, and if the little tidbits we were able to find on the web mean anything, we’re in for quite the treat.
The best news we’ve heard all day is Kris Kross is getting back together, at least for one night. Let the 90s nostalgia begin! The boy duo who captured our attention two decades ago with their clothes purposely turned backward are reuniting during all-star weekend in February for the 20th anniversary concert honoring So So Def. And for one night we’ll jump up and down screaming along with the guys on our TV screen rapping, “Some of them try to rhyme but they can’t rhyme like this.” Read more…
We’ve always loved how sassy Da Brat‘s been on The Surreal Life 4 and Celebrity Fit Club, but damn she’s even spunkier in real life! The rapper was arrested early this morning in Atlanta after clocking a nightclub waitress. Holy sh*t, she’s not effing around! Apparently the two got in a fight that escalated into shoving, until Da Brat took it to the next level with a little rum-bottle-in-the-face action. The waitress ended up at the hospital and Da Brat ended up posing for this beautiful mug shot (right) and getting charged with “felony aggravated assault.” The best part is that she appears to be in some sort of Halloween costume – that yellow polka dot jacket and pink tie has gotta be more than just a quirky fashion statement, right? [Smoking Gun]
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