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Former 'Black Ink' Star Kat Tat Looking To Make A TV Comeback + Idris Elba Will Play A Struggling DJ Turned Nanny In New Netflix Comedy

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Kat Tat is looking to bring her tattoo talent back to the small screen after leaving "Black Ink." See what Kat is cooking up, plus see the first look at Idris Elba in his upcoming Netflix comedy inside...

Kat Tat made a dramatic exit from "Black Ink Crew Chicago" when she spilled the tea to her boss Ryan Henry's girlfriend Rachel that they had been sleeping together. Ish hit the fan and Kat vowed to never return to 9Mag. And she meant it.

Now, she's looking to make a TV comeback with her OWN show. Chick has moved from Chicago to LA and has opened her own shop, Enigma Tattoo. She has hired a team of tattoo artists and she's ready to showacase all of their talents on the small screen.

 

 

Will the show be "Black Ink LA?" We're not exactly sure. We predict she's shopping the show to different networks while drumming up some excitement for the show. Oh, and get this: Former "Black Ink Crew" star Kevin Laroy.

Peep the clip below: 

 

 

Hmm...would you watch?

Coming to television...

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Idris Elba is returning to Netflix as a struggling DJ turned "man"anny.

The British hottie is starring in the Netflix comedy "Turn Up Charlie" seemingly based loosely on his real life as he is a disc jockey in real life. Makes sense. He also co-created the eight-part series.

Variety reports:

Co-created by Elba and Gary Reich, “Turn Up Charlie” sees Elba star as a struggling DJ and eternal bachelor, who is given a final chance at success when he reluctantly becomes a “manny” to his famous best friend’s problem-child daughter (Frankie Hervey). Piper Perabo and JJ Feild co-star. The cast also includes Angela Griffin, Guz Khan, Jocelyn Jee Esein, Jade Anouka, Cameron King and Dustin Demri-Burns.

The eight-part series is co-produced by Elba’s Green Door Pictures and Reich’s Brown Eyed Boy Productions, with Elba and Reich serving as executive producers alongside Tristram Shapeero. Shapeero directs the series with Matt Lipsey. Martin Joyce and Ana Garanito serve as co-executive producers.

We can't wait to see the Golden Globe winner in a comedy setting. "Turn Up Charlie" starts streaming on Netflix on March 15th.

Photo: Kat's IG/Netflix

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