Bobby Brown's BACK ON STAGE With New Edition + Kerry Washington RETURNS To The "Scandal" Set + Audra McDonald REVEALS Her Suicide Attempt
Bobby Brown returned to the stage with New Edition last night while Kerry Washington and the "Scandal" crew had their first table read of the season. See their pics inside and watch Tony-winner Audra McDonald reveal how she bounced back from a suicide attempt.
Last night in Detroit, New Edition hit the stage at "Chene Park" as part of their tour across North America.
Bobby Brown made a triumphant return to the stage after a brief absence due to a medical issue. A source told TheYBF.com that at the end of his solo set, Bobby yelled "I'm Bobby bitches" and dropped the mic before walking off stage.
Ralph's solo set included his hit "Sensitivity."
Johnny Gill performed his hits "My, My, My" and "Rub You The Right Way."
And of course, BBD hit the stage for "Do Me" and "Poison."
Watch Bobby perform "Tenderoni" here:
"Scandal" creator Shonda Rhimes tweeted pics from the set. This was the cast's first week back to begin season 4.
Kerry, joined by co-star Joshua Malina, sat for a table read of the first episode of the season, titled "Randy, Red, Superfreak and Julia.”
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Six-time Tony winner and star of "Private Practice" star Audra McDonald sat down with ABC NEWS Popcorn series where she talked candidly about a past suicide attempt. She explained that the "attempt" happened during a time of depression. 'When I was [in college] at Juilliard, I had a suicide attempt. I tried to slit my wrist.'
Audra went on to credit the school with helping her put her life back together. 'When someone is suicidal, one of the first things you have to do is to protect them from themselves. They had a mental-health facilitator there, a therapist there, and they checked me into a mental-health hospital, where I was for a month, and got me the help I needed.'
Watch her story here:
Photos/video via Shonda Rhimes' IG/Kerry Washington's IG/Candice Fortman/Ada N. Smith/Carl Jones