Tongues are wagging that Rev. Al Sharpton’s fabulous daughters, Dominique and Ashley Sharpton, have followed their father’s footsteps into the talk show world. According to Bossip, the lovely ladies have launched a new TV chat fest on Fox Soul called “The Sharpton Sisters.” During the weekly show, the dynamic siblings will sit down with another fellow offspring of a celebrity who knows what it means to have the mixed blessings of growing up in the eye of the public amid a social media-influenced world. On the first episode, Dominique and Ashley will sit down with their civil rights icon dad, discuss their childhood and question him about how he really feels about them having their own talk show …

The Daily Mail reports that Cardi B appeared at Queens Criminal Court in New York on Jan. 16 to answer to charges that she didn’t complete the 15 days of community service she was required to do as part of a plea deal from her 2018 court case of being involved in two sister bartenders being beaten up in a strip club. The case was resolved when the Bronx-born raptress pleaded guilty to the charges in September 2022. On Jan. 17, the judge in the case gave Cardi until March 1 to complete her sentence. Meanwhile, the always fashionable Cardi B showed up to court in an oversized white fur coat over a white dress, wearing white sunglasses …

On Jan. 12, ALLBLK, the streaming service for Black television from AMC Networks, premiered the fifth and final season of the daytime Emmy-nominated series “A House Divided,” as well as new episodes of “Hush” and the anthology series “Snap.” This season, all bets are off as Cameron Sanders, Sr. (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs) relentlessly wreaks his revenge on all who plotted against him. The show also stars Ameer Baraka, Parker McKenna Posey, LisaRaye McCoy, Brad James and Paula Jai Parker, among others …

The Tony Award-winning Best Musical “A Strange Loop” by Michael R. Jackson had its final performance on Jan. 15, but before it made its exit from Broadway, the play smashed the Lyceum Theatre’s house record, previously held by “A Christmas Carol.” In 2017, that show did $954,054.40 with nine performances in the week ending Jan.1. “A Strange Loop” did $955,590.80 over eight performances …

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