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TGT (Tyrese, Ginuwine, Tank) Take Over ‘The Arsenio Hall Show’

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After an epic takeover by Prince, Arsenio Hall made up with his friends Tyrese, Ginuwine & Tank for having to cancel their last scheduled visit, and decided to make an event out of their return.

Well, it all went down Monday night when the gentlemen known as TGT returned to the show for a full-fledged takeover of their own! In a playful moment prior to hitting the stage, Arsenio made sure there would be no last minute changes this time by placing ankle monitors on the guys so they couldn’t leave without alerting security!

The R&B super trio kicked off the show performing a medley of “Take It Wrong” and “Weekend Love.” As the ladies in the audience were going crazy, they took a break from the stage to catch Arsenio up on what’s been going on since their last visit, upcoming tour plans, and speak about the breakup rumor. But it got real kinky when Arsenio opened up the Q&A to the female audience, who asked questions like, what music do they play when they’re ready to make a lady feel special? Who’s single and looking? and more.

To close out the show, Tyrese, Ginuwine and Tank shut it down with an extra wild performance of “Next Time Around” and “Sex Never Felt Better.” As a special treat to the audience for an online exclusive, Ginuwine took everyone back performing his classic hit “Pony.”

This visit was not to miss, but if you did check out all the clips below!

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R. Kelly, Jennifer Hudson, Robin Thicke, Fantasia & More Perform at Clive Davis’ Pre-Grammy Gala

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Music’s biggest night is always preceded by another one of music’s biggest nights, The Recording Academy’s annual Pre-Grammy Gala. On the eve of the 56th Annual Grammy Awards, music and Hollywood’s biggest stars joined Clive Davis for another memorable evening at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.

The four-hour event, which honored Universal Music Group chairman and CEO Lucian Grainge, boasted A-list performances and a star-studded guest list including Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Lorde, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Imagine Dragons, Ryan Tedder, Miguel, John Legend, Quincy Jones, Stevie Wonder, Barry Gordy and many more.

Davis led the crowd including Jamie Foxx, Miguel, and Swizz Beatz in singing “Happy Birthday” to Alicia Keys, who celebrated her 34th birthday Saturday.

Robin Thicke arrived with his beautiful wife Paula Patton and had the crowd on its feet with “Blurred Lines,” for which he was accompanied by Pharrell and a dancing T.I. The Neptunes producer kept a smile on the famous faces with his Oscar-nominated hit “Happy,” and joined Jennifer Hudson and Tip for “I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel).”

R. Kelly paid tribute to Nelson Mandela with a tribal-inspired song, and Fantasia brought the epic evening to a close with her powerful performance of “Stormy Weather.”

Davis also remembered Whitney Houston, who died two years ago in the same hotel, “We all know that Whitney was the greatest contemporary singer in the world,” said the 81-year-old music mogul. “I don’t want the world to forget that, and I don’t want anyone in this room to forget that.”

See more pics and footage from Clive’s big bash below!

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TGT Perform “I Need”, Tyrese Talks Paul Walker’s Death, Life Lessons & More on ‘Arsenio Hall’

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Grammy-nominated trio, TGT, are getting us ready for what’s to come this year. Announcing that they will be doing a part 2 to their incredible “3 Kings” tour this year, the longtime friends got a jump start on Monday night.

Stopping by ‘The Arsenio Hall Show,’ the group captivated fans as they performed their hit song “I Need.” Making the women stand out of their seats and cheer for what would seem to be one of the best performances Arsenio has hosted since his return to television. It was good to see all three men stand up there and put on a show!

Aside from their incredible performance, Tyrese took the time to speak on the death of his close friend Paul Walker, life lessons he’s learned and much more. Undeniably one of the best visits we’ve seen, these men proved why they earned that Grammy nomination, and the hearts of R&B fans everywhere. If it’s one thing that we’re waiting on, it’s even more music from TGT!

Watch their visit below!

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New Music: TGT – Be My Holiday

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Surely putting all the rumors of a break-up to rest, the gentlemen of TGT have wasted no time in dropping some new heat! Coming off of a high from their recent Grammy-nomination for ‘Best R&B Album,’ the trio have dropped an excellent new holiday track entitled, “Be My Holiday.”

Opening the song with Tyrese’s incredible voice, it is an attention grabber from the start. Telling the women in their lives that they “want it like this every day,” and to be their holiday, there’s no denying that these men know exactly what to say to make women fall in love.

A great spin on a Christmas themed track, this song is sure to keep you warm this holiday season.

Check it out below and tell us if it’ll be added to your Christmas playlist!

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Tyrese Addresses TGT Break-Up Rumors

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There have been more rumors on TGT breaking up than a high school cafeteria, but hopefully they will be laid to rest now that Tyrese has broke his silence and says the supergroup is indeed still together.

TGT’s album 3 Kings was a major success for them and definitely a staple for R&B this year. Take a look at what Tyrese had to say about the groups alleged break up below!

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Jacob Latimore Makes Major Motion Picture Debut in ‘Black Nativity’ starring Jennifer Hudson, Forrest Whitaker, Angela Bassett & More

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Fox Searchlight’s anticipated new holiday film ‘Black Nativity‘ will hit theaters in 2 days (Nov. 27), just in time for the holiday weekend. The movie which stars Jennifer Hudson, Forest Whitaker, Angela Bassett, Tyrese Gibson, Mary J. Blige, Nas, Luke James and more, officially introduces the world to burgeoning teen star Jacob Latimore.

The 16-year-old singer/actor makes his major motion picture debut as the lead character, Langston. A street-wise teen from Baltimore, raised by a single mother, who travels to New York City to spend the Christmas holiday with his estranged grandparents, where he embarks on a surprising and inspirational journey. The musical film is an adaptation of the 1961 story of the same name by playwright and author Langston Hughes.

“Jacob, he’s a great actor, and seeing him push so hard and give so much, he’s so invested, it only feeds you to give it back to him,” shares Jennifer Hudson who plays his mother.

“I think he’s the future,” adds Tyrese. “16 years old, the star of Black Nativity, and everyone around you is more seasoned and more experienced, I think he’s going to surprise a lot of people!”

Get to know Jacob better, and hear what his co-stars had to say about him with the video featurette below!

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Tyrese, Luke James & Jacob Latimore Interview on ‘The Breakfast Club’

Part of the cast of the upcoming film ‘Black Nativity,’ including Tyrese, Luke James and Jacob Latimore, paid a visit to Power 105.1 in NYC for an interview on ‘The Breakfast Club.’

The singers/actors spoke about the holiday film, which is a modern remake of Langston Hughes classic 1961 story. The movie, which hits theaters on Nov. 27 also stars Jennifer Hudson, Forest Whitaker, Angela Bassett, Mary J. Blige, Nas and more.

In between jokes and jabs from Charlamagne the three gentlemen spoke about their roles, who was singing the best, the importance of a film like this, and why Hollywood actually respects movies and acting like this over the big blockbusters. In addition they addressed the stereotypes of ‘black’ films, and how to get out of that box.

Peep the interview now.


R&B Stars Attend 2013 Soul Train Awards in Las Vegas

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The stars shined bright in Las Vegas on Friday evening as Centric TV presented the 2013 Soul Train Awards. The annual show was held at the Orleans Arena, and hosted by actor/comedian Anthony Anderson.

Many of R&B and Soul music’s biggest and brightest were in the building for a night of entertainment and celebration. Jennifer Hudson performed her new retro inspired single “I Can’t Describe,” surprising the audience by bringing out T.I. for his verse. Tamar Braxton took home the award for ‘Best Female R&B Artist,’ while K. Michelle won ‘Best New Artist.’

For the rest of the awards and performances you will have to tune in to the show when it airs December 1st at 8PM on BET and Centric.

Check out photos of all the glamorous stars arriving on the red-carpet below:

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