Bruno Mars 'Finesse' Megamix Features Nicki Minaj, Missy Elliot, Lil Kim & More: ListenThe track also includes verses from Queen Latifah, TLC's Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Lauryn Hill and Foxy Brown.
Queen Latifah on Her 'Girls Trip' Edges, Rebooting 'Living Single' & MoreQueen Latifah reveals the secret to her "glorious edges" in new movie "Girls Trip," talks about the "Living Single" and more on WPGC.
Remy Ma Escalates Nicki Minaj Beef with Lil Kim, Queen Latifah, MC LyteDuring her performance of "Shether," images of Minaj in compromising poses and over-the-top outfits appeared on the projection screen.
Queen Latifah On 'Living Single' Reboot: 'We're Actually Working On It'Queen Latifah says a "Living Single" reboot is in the works.
Queen Latifah's Stolen Car Found in AtlantaLatifah's car was stolen on December 20 at a south Fulton County gas station in Atlanta,
Beyoncé, Rihanna & More Speak on the Dangers of Being Black in AmericaThe artists star in a powerful "23 Ways You Could Be Killed If You're Black in America" video.
Common and Queen Latifah Discuss Race in America at Hip Hop HonorsBoth Latifah and Common spoke passionately about current events and their desire for progress.
Queen Latifah to Star in Lee Daniels' Drama PilotQueen Latifah is starring in a new drama pilot from filmmaker Lee Daniels, the co-creator of Fox TV's "Empire."
Queen Latifah Tears Through LL Cool J's 'Rock the Bells' on 'Lip Sync Battle' While He WatchesIn the show's latest preview clip, Latifah takes on LL Cool J's 1985 hit "Rock the Bells" while the show's host watches.
Ja Rule Getting His Own MTV Reality ShowThe upcoming show will be executive produced by Queen Latifah.
Nicki Minaj And Drake Help "Ice Age" Earn Cool $46 MilNicki Minaj and Drake can add a No. 1 movie to their chart-topping albums. The fourth in the animated Ice Age series, which features voices from the two Young Money stars, topped the box-office earners this past weekend, raking in $46 million.
Queen Latifah And Jill Scott To Remake "Steel Magnolias"Steel Magnolias, one of Hollywood’s most celebrated tear-jerker films, is getting an update. A television remake of the 1989 film will feature a mostly black cast, headlined by Queen Latifah (M’lynn) and Jill Scott (Truvy).