Yep February’s crush is on a superwoman closer to home a cray force of nature with brains, beauty and WTF? humour, BAFTA award winning Miss Michaela Coel. “If there’s anyone out there that looks a bit like me, or … Continue reading Woman Crush Feb: Young, Gifted and Bad-ass Michaela Coel
Last night Miss Brown got around to Fortnum & Mason for the first time (ever!) to bum chum and have a knees up with HRH Camilla and a bucketful of posh ‘celebs’ to celebrate the launch of their first ever cook book (Whaaaat!?) with HRH Tom Parker Bowles! #spiffing The cook book is the first ever in the shopping emporium’s 300 year history and as it was such a VVIP event there were only 3 official photogs including Fortnum’s team and picture-taking was at a very strict minimum so unfortunately I didn’t papp the well heeled attendees such as Hugh Bonneville, … Continue reading A Right Royal Cook-Book Launch at Fortnum & Mason
Last week Miss Brown got round to Carnaby Street to get an exclusive look at Boohoo’s upcoming Christmas collection of metallics, sequins, and sexy swagger. True to form the creative team were around to talk through the collections and make … Continue reading Boohoo Bringin’ Xmas in July!
“What I wanna know is, if he a man of God, where the hell was God when all this was going on? Why didn’t God strike down on some of ’em crackers? Tell me that. I’ll tell you the truth. … Continue reading Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Is Juicy Edutainment!
Oh wow- thank you BBC! At last you’ve done it and we can stop asking, begging and seeking diversity on screens in London let alone the UK. Said nobody. Undercover’s on tonight at 9pm for a 6-part series on Sundays written by Peter Moffat and starring sick actors Sophie Okonedo (half Jewish) and Adrian Lester as a married couple, with Sophie’s character a lawyer moving up the ranks to become the first ‘black’ director of public prosecutions whilst her husband reveals a deep secret which could set her career and marriage to flames. Sounds juicy! Last week the BBC and … Continue reading Undercover: “Britain’s First Prime-time TV Drama With Black Actors In Both Lead Roles” …Err WTF?!?