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Bobby Brown & Sisqo Going Country?+New Ish From Erykah Badu+Other Fabness

  Bobby Brown and Sisqo (where the hell's he been) are on a new show on CMT called "Gone Country".  The synopsis: In each episode, the cast competes against each other in challenges that will test them musically and physically to adapt to a country music lifestyle, both on and off the stage. At the end of the two weeks, the artist who is most prepared to impress a country audience, as determined by Rich, will record and release a song. This is a whole new level for people who we thought fell off the face of the earth to try to revamp a "career".

Is That You Creepin' Chris Brown & Rihanna?

So look who just got caught leaving Barney's NY and slipping into a SUV?:

Ray-J's New Video+Lenny Aint Sexin'

That's Ray-J's new porn-free video for "Sexy Can I" ft. Yung Berg. Check it.

Guess The Celeb!

Who's That Kid?!

Dammit Dwayne Carter!

Dwayne Carter, Jr.--b.k.a. Weezy F. Baby--was arrested last night outside of Yuma, Arizona on three felony counts: possession of dangerous drugs, possession of narcotics and possession of drug paraphernalia.  So this is like arrest number 20?   If you can't stay away from the drug nonsense, AT LEAST (esp.

Beyonce Meets Her Match+The Raisin In The Sun Cast Kicks Off The Publicity Trail+Key Key Hits TRL

It's official.  Beyonce's performing at the Grammy's with her idol Ms. Turner in a few weeks.  And now that the Writer's Guild isn't picketing the Grammys, B won't be in for the major backlash she was bound to get if they did picket-since her people said she was performing anyway.  I hope she doesn't make the mistake of trying to upstage Anna Mae like she "accidentally" upstaged Prince.  It won't be pretty.

Interview Fab: Jill Marie Jones Clears The Air & Malinda Williams Chats It Up

YBF chick Jill Marie Jones recently spoke with Essence.com about why she really left Girlfriends: Essence.com: Tracee Ellis Ross said in an interview that the reason you didn't return was because the cast did not receive the huge raise they were expecting. Is that true? J.M.J.: First of all, let me tell you why I left. I left because I wanted to do movies. My contract was up after my sixth season and people forget that just like the network can choose whether or not to renew your contract, I can also choose and evaluate whether or not I want to come back. My actor's chair that has Girlfriends and my name on it, you know the director's chair? Well, on the very last day of my sixth season, I told them to grab my chair and put it in my car for me. So why would I take my chair if I thought I was coming back? Believe you me, I would tell you. I뭭e never made a decision based on money. I was on the show for six years and I think that's a good run. There's so much more I want to do in my career and so much more I want to know and learn, but my departure definitely had nothing to do with money. Essence.com: That's great to hear. I think most folks speculate that you all had beef because you never responded. But that's not the case is it? J.M.J: Well, no one asked me a question. I don't believe in adding grease to fire. If I were doing an interview about something I'm working on and someone wanted to ask me something, I have no problem answering it. But for me to make a statement or a rebuttal, to me it's just silly. The rest of her article is over at Essence.