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Kenan Thompson And Kel Mitchell In 'Good Burger'

If you enjoyed Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell‘s epic Good Burger reunion, we have some great news for you.

After Jimmy Fallon brought them together, Mitchell told the Huffington Post:

From this, working together and talking about it and seeing reaction from the fans and how they were screaming, and seeing that the magic is still there, we’re just like, ‘Yeah, we gotta do some more stuff,’ so you’ll definitely see some more stuff. You’ll definitely see something coming up.

I remember Kenan and I both walked to the hair and makeup room, and I saw [Ed’s “Good Burger”] hair on the mannequin head. And it was just this moment that was like, ‘Ahhhhh!’ I put it on, and it was amazing.

Stay tuned!

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Demi Lovato is getting slammed by the public.

After Zendaya was given her own Barbie doll, complete with dreadlocks, Demi wanted the same. The pop singer addressed Mattel with a tweet that has since been deleted, saying:

Hey @Barbie, what about a curvy doll or one with true to size measurements? I’ll model!! #raiseyourvoice #besuper

Demi was immediately shut down by twitter users who felt she was trying to take Zendaya’s spotlight. What are your thoughts?

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Michael B. Jordan has issued a public apology following his comments towards black women and interracial relationships.

The Creed actor wrote a lengthy letter to Essence, apologizing for comments that didn’t sit well with the African-American community. Part of what offended fans was his response to rumors that he’s dating Kendall Jenner:

“It’s the world we live in,” says Jordan. “They see white and black. I don’t. Kendall’s a friend of mine, you know. I don’t know her, like, that well, but I know her enough. People’s perspective on that is what it is. I don’t fucking know. I don’t live my life to make other people happy. It’s so weird, though, right? A lot of black fans were feeling like, ‘Oh, my God, he should have been with a black woman’ and that whole thing. I get it, but on the other hand it’s, like, relax. You know—it’s 2015. It’s okay! People can like one another, not necessarily from the same history or culture or whatever the fuck it is. It’s just the new world, you know what I mean?”

He also posted a SnapChat video promoting #AllLivesMatter. In his apology, Jordan says that his beliefs were not reflected correctly in the GQ article:

First and foremost, I believe that Black Lives Matter – unequivocally and without exception. I have never said, written, snapchatted, tweeted, Instagrammed or implied anything to the contrary.

Read the entire apology here and let us know your thoughts.

A new Marvel series is hitting Netflix.

Just in time for “Netflix & Chill” season, Marvel released a short, but intense, trailer for an upcoming series that focuses on comic book superhero Jessica Jones.

In the trailer above, Jones sleeps peacefully in a messy room until her alarm clock goes off, then she quickly crushes the clock with one hand. The show is set to premiere on November 20th.

SOURCE: Complex, The YBF, Gossip Cop, Huff Post | PHOTO CREDIT: Getty

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