Hunnie now I just have to have a Plethra of seats, because this Lemon Tea that I am about to pour in your mug is going to be something to sip on. Now I know you know they are gearing up to start shooting a second season of R&B Divas LA and there have been some new additions. Chrisette Michele and Leela James, Now just let me say this. Chrisette Michelle why are you going on this show MAM? I thought you had a good career gong for yourself. Now I thought these shows were pretty much for the Ladies to jump start their careers again. I mean I don’t know if this will be a good mood for Chrisette. Now Leela James on the other hand this might be what you need to let people know you exist other than your big wild natural hair that you rock. The two will be seen December 17th, on TV One’s News One Now at 9/8c AM talking about why they joined, and to talk about upcoming music and projects.
Oh and if you are wondering where will Jelly
KELLY Price and Dawn Lewis will be during the show, You won’t see them they will be looking at the tv just like us when they return to tvone in the spring 2014. They CLEARLY got replaced. You know Kelly always said she was BOOKED. Lies and Butterflies.
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Chrisette Michele is a Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter with four solo albums and a series of featured credits under her belt. She gained initial industry traction in 2006 for her contributions to a series of hip hop singles, including “Lost One” on Jay-Z’s album Kingdom Come, and “Can’t Forget About You,” “Still Dreaming,” and “Hope” on Nas’ album Hip Hop is Dead. In 2007, she released her debut album I Am and was featured on Ghostface Killah’s album The Big Doe Rehab on the bonus track “Slow Down.” In 2008, Michele was featured on the single “Let Us Live” on The Game’s album LAX, and “Rising Up” on The Roots’ album Rising Down. Chrisette released her second album Epiphany in 2009, and won a 2009 Grammy Award for Best Urban/Alternative PerformaLet Freedom Reign, and additionally was featured on rapper Rick Ross’ album Teflon Don on the track “Aston Martin Music” (along with Ross and Drake). Her fourth album, Better, was released in June and has received a 56th Annual Grammy Awards nomination for Best R&B Album. She is currently on tour performing in select U.S. cities.
nce for her single “Be OK.” In 2010, she released her third album,