Monday, June 30, 2014

Comedian/Actress Sizzling This is the Summer of Luenell!

                                                      Photo by Steven Littles
This is the Summer of Luenell!  Popular comedian/actress Luenell has three movies on the boards this Summer.  First, she's currently being seen in the hit Screen Gems sequel, "Think Like A Man Too," as Aunt Winnie, in a great scene with Dennis Haysbert.  That film came in #1 at the box office on its opening weekend.  Second, she stars in the directorial debut of Nick Cannon, the Lionsgate film called "School Dance," as Mamma Tawanna, the mother of lead character Jason Johnson, played by Bobb'e J. Thompson (a part that Nick wrote for Luenell).
That star-studded film, whose cast also includes Katt Williams, Kevin, Hart, Mike Epps, Wilmer Valderrama, George Lopez, Amber Rose, the RZA and Lil Duval, opens in theaters nationwide and on VOD on Wednesday, July 2nd, right in time for the Fourth of July weekend.  Last but definitely not least, Luenell co-stars with Faizon Love in an indy horror film called "Matthew 18."  They're both comedians, but the chilling flick is no laughing matter!  Not since "Blacula" in the 70's has there been a seriously nail-biting African-American horror film--until now.  This "coming soon" film also features newcomers Jennifer Jayleen Martinez and  Don Benjamin, who was a favorite on "America's Next Top Model."  The film screened to a packed crowd in Hollywood recently.  So, if Luenell appears to be all over the place -- it's not your imagination -- she is!!!

                                          Here is Lunell in action

Support Actress Reagan Gomez :Almost Home" WebSeries Season #2 ON YOUTUBE!

Actress Reagan Gomez stays busy and if you missed the 1st season of her Web Series on Youtube called 'Almost Home" get ready for Season #2 Episode 1 on July1st. It is amazing to see a lot of our actress who may not be on the big screen daily find other way to stay  working.
Reagan is giving away a Free Download of her Series soundtrack on Sound cloud and here the link
 Season #2 "ALMOST HOME"
As we all know social Media is the new way of  connecting with each other as you can follow her on twitter as well
Here a segment from Season #1
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Thank You Ms Debra Lee it was all in your voice before you announced Myrlie Evers the wife of one our Civil Rights leaders. Yes she was there with her husband and others fighting for us to be able to do many things in life 50 years later.
So sad to see how twitter is buzzing about who threw shades at each others or who dissed who, so sad that our bloggers are not paying attention well at least most of them. We needed that tonight and we all need to stop focusing our attention on celebrities personal issues as to Robin Thicke still trying to sing his way back into his wife heart as an important part of the show is over looked by many the next day on Social Networks.
Praise you and your staff at BET!

Sunday, June 29, 2014

#betawards Cutting Off Gabi Wilson, Here is her Video People

Watching the BET AWARDS and one of the most talented performer Gabi Wilson was performing and then she cut cuff off. Just saying aren't we allowed to see some one with TALENT PERFORM
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Keke Palmer, Youngest Talk Show Host in TV History on BET TODAY!!

*Daytime TV will get a little younger as Keke Palmer steps into the talk show circuit with her new series, “Just Keke.”
Media sources report the show will touch on social issues as well as pop culture, fashion and relationships. In addition, Palmer, who recently starred in VH1’s “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story,” will conduct celebrity interviews. With her new series, the former “True Jackson VP” star will become the youngest talk show host in U.S. television history.
Prior to Palmer, 20, the record was held by “The Cosby Show” star Tempestt Bledsoe, who was 22-years-old when she hosted the short-lived talk show “The Tempest Bledsoe Show.”
“Just Keke” marks the second time BET has ventured into the world of daytime talk shows. The network’s previous offering , “Oh Drama,” aired for two seasons from 2000 to 2002.
“Just Keke” will air five days a week at 5 p.m. ET in an initial four week test run on BET starting June 30.


Meshach Taylor of 'Designing Women' dead at 67

(CNN) -- Another familiar Hollywood face bid farewell late Saturday -- actor Meshach Taylor. He died at age 67 at his Los Angeles area home, his agent Dede Binder said.
Many may remember him from "Designing Women," where he played assistant Anthony Bouvier.
Taylor had fought a terminal illness and faded markedly in recent days. His wife, children, grandchildren and mother surrounded him as he passed away, Binder said.

"It is with love and gratitude that we sorrowfully announce that our darling, amazingly brilliant and dynamic, Meshach, the incredible father, husband, son and friend has begun his grand transition," the family said in a statement.
Taylor made his screen debut in the 1978 movie "Damien: Omen II." He has appeared regularly in television dramas since, including the series "In the Heat of the Night," "Hannah Montana," and "All of Us," according to his profile on the Internet Movie Database.

Friday, June 27, 2014

R.I.P Soul Legend Bobby Womack Dead at 70

Womack's caught the attention of the Stones in the 1960s and influenced many early rockers before fading from popular music for more than a decade.


Bobby Womack, a colorful and highly influential R&B singer-songwriter who impacted artists from the Rolling Stones to Damon Albarn, had died. He was 70.

Womack's publicist Sonya Kolowrat said the singer died Friday but had no other details to provide.
Womack was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease two years ago and dealt with a number of health issues, including prostate cancer. Womack performed recently at the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and seemed in good health and spirits.
Womack's caught the attention of the Stones in the 1960s and influenced many early rockers before fading from popular music for more than a decade.
Albarn and XL Recordings president Richard Russell helped Womack regain his career with 2012 comeback album "The Bravest Man in the Universe."



Sunday’s show will feature something truly special. Toni Braxton and Babyface will both appear and perform complete shows - but what will be really exciting for Festival patrons will be that they will perform songs together from their brand new smash album “Love, Marriage & Divorce”. This will surely be one of the highlights of the Festival. Also appearing will be Dave Koz and Friends - and in this case his friends are Mindi Abair, Gerald Albright and Richard Elliott. Local Hampton Jazz fans will also delight in this year’s Sunday opener The Now & Then Trio + One, well-known throughout the Tidewater area.
For more concerts and tours tickets visit!conerts-tours-events/cb30


If you don't know by now that the Hampton Jazz Festival is the place to be, then you are truly missing out on great music. Starting tonight until Sunday is a great line up of artists performing. It's going to be a busy weekend with acts like
THE O' JAYS TICKETS ARE ON SALE Make sure you check to see who performing on what day.

                                                                        THE O'JAYS
                                                                CHARLIE WILSON
                                                                      TONI BRAXTON
                                                      MORRIS DAY & THE TIMES
                                                                  SPYRO GYRO
                                                                 CHAKA KHAN
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Exclusive Interview with Cherie Johnson (Family Matters,Punky Brewster) 6/30

Cherie Johnson former child star from such shows as Punky Brewster & Family Matters sits down with Who's That Lady Entertainment to let all her fans know that she still in the industry doing many projects. The Exclusive Interview will be out on 6/30 2014 so until then visit her on our website
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SAD! Watch: Mom beaten as toddler tries to intervene, as people video it!

UPDATE: Latia Harris still sought by police. Bail set at $35,000.
WARNING: The video included in this story contains foul language and scenes of violence that some viewers may find disturbing.
SALEM — Police are searching for a woman seen on an amateur video savagely beating another woman as the victim's 2-year-old son watched and pleaded for the violence to stop.
"Police in this county deal with this type of violence everyday. Yet, this video is physically sickening to watch," Salem Chief of Police John J. Pelura III said Wednesday.
The suspect in the case has been identified as Latia Harris, 25, of Salem, who is facing charges of aggravated assault and two counts of making terroristic threats, Pelura said. She has not yet been apprehended.
A video showing the violent attack had been posted for a brief time Tuesday night on Facebook before it was taken down. Law enforcement and others were able to obtain a copy of the video.
The person who took the video appears to have happened upon the incident and began recording, probably using a cell phone. The video shows several others watching the beating and recording it on phones while the victim's toddler son tries to intervene on behalf of his mother, kicking at the assailant.


OUR 4 PHENOMENAL WOMEN OF THE WEEK! Erica Hubbard, Claudia Jordan, Vanessa K Bush & Tamala Jones

Who's That Lady Entertainment every 2 weeks pick 4 of our lovely Phenomenal Women as Our Phenomenal Women of the Week. This weeks choice is Erica Hubbard, Claudia Jordan, Vanessa K Bush & Tamala Jones.  

Erica Hubbard (born January 2, is an American film and television actress and model. She was one of the lead characters in the series Lincoln Heights on ABC Family. She is also the voice of Abbey for the TV series The Replacements. She currently plays Kita on the BET sitcom Let's Stay Together, Black Coffee & Filming 72hoursmovie
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Claudia Jordan (born April 12, is an American television and radio personality. She is primarily known for appearing as a model on the U.S. version of Deal or No Deal, and for competing on Seasons 2 and 6 of Celebrity Apprentice.
Claudia was also a former Barker Beauty on The Price Is Right. 
Vanessa K. Bush, a 20-year veteran of the magazine industry, is currently the Editor in Chief at Essence Magazine. Prior to this position, she was the Executive Editor at Essence, and served as Digital Editorial Manager of Food/Lifestyle Content at General Mills.
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Tamala R. Jones (born November 12, is an American actress. She is best known for her roles in the movies Booty Call, The Wood, Kingdom Come, The Brothers, and Two Can Play That Game. She currently stars on the ABC television show Castle as medical examiner Lanie Parish.
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WHO’S THAT LADY ENTERTAINMENT is an interactive web site featuring some of the most powerful, influential women of the decade who have made their mark in the entertainment, business and political arenas.  Read all about your favorite boss ladies and follow them daily on their own social media sites. You will be amazed at how these women multi-task juggling their family life, social events, charity fundraisers and career goals all year long.

Check out the latest album releases, concert tours, movie trailers, original web series on You Tube, music videos from the past and present, classic television shows and so much more.  We even included the guys.Take a look at some of the most amazingly talented men on the planet.
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To create the highest level dance experience to you by bringing over 20 of the worlds top choreographers for 112 classes over 4 weeks to teach over 1000 dancers from all over the world.
Want to know more? Then......PRESS PLAY and read the rest!

The Experience
From the moment you arrive you will be immersed in culture, excitement and pure dance heaven.
As soon as you set foot into your luxury hotel accommodation you will be surrounded by dancers from all over the world and famous choreographers that you have always admired.
You will be shown to your room which you will either share with a friend or a new international roommate who will no doubt become a close friend by the end of your stay.  Arrival day is the day before it all starts and you will have the day to meet all the other dancers and begin making friends from all over the world. Activities will be arranged for everyone to enjoy on the first night.
Each dance day begins with a buffet breakfast at the hotel before you will all be taken to the convention venue to enjoy your full day of dance with some of the best choreographers in the world.  A fantastic lunch will be provided each day at various restaurants close to the venue where you will get to taste a variety of exquisite local cuisines.


Thursday, June 26, 2014

Legend Comedian Sinbad New DVD "Make Me Wanna Holla" Video Clip

"Sinbad: Make Me Wanna Holla" is a riotous performance from the veteran comedian, recorded live in Detroit, in his home state of Michigan. In front of a live audience he shares his hilarious life observations, covering everything from Stand Your Ground to what it was like growing up in the '70s, all with his signature "hit' em in the face" style. The show opens and closes with a rousing jam session from Sinbad's alter ego Memphis Red and the Stank Nasty Band, who give the viewers a comical look at the differences between a Baptist and a nondenominational church service.
The Comedy Central App will offer fans who sign in via their cable or satellite provider the extended and uncensored special the day after air. Fans will also have access to a treasure trove of additional content from the #1 brand in comedy. The Comedy Central app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is available for free on the App Store or at
"Sinbad: Make Me Wanna Holla" will be available for pre-order in SD and HD on iTunes and Amazon Instant Video on June 2

Make sure to order or get your copy
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Video- This 3-Year-Old Girl Is Not The Best Liar

Too Cute!
If you're planning to rob a bank, you probably shouldn't hire this little girl as your accomplice.
The adorable 3-year-old, filmed by her mother, YouTube user mommyofmiles1, clearly stole a doughnut, but swears that's not the case.
"I did everything right," the cutie says.


Tracey Edmonds Joins Extra! Congratulations from your friends at Who's That Lady Entertainment.
As we see some of our women make stride into moving forward in their careers and business endeavour Tracey Edmonds is someone to keep a close eye at with the different ventures she is doing for more of what this young lady has been up to visit her!the-queen-bosses/ctsb
Now on to this Story

Tracey Edmonds And Charisse Thompson Join “Extra”

Edmonds is an award-winning producer and CEO of production company Edmonds Entertainment, whose latest project is the hit series “Deion’s Family Playbook” on OWN. Thompson is currently the co-host of “Fox Sports Live” on Fox Sports 1. The two will debut on “Extra” as it premieres its 21st season on September 8th, 2014
Tracey Edmonds said, “I am thrilled to join ‘Extra’ and am so excited about being a part of such a dynamic and progressive entertainment show. I look forward to working with Mario, Charissa, Lisa G and her whole team. ‘Extra’ already set the bar high, but I look forward to contributing new ideas and exploring new horizons on the show as I enter the next chapter of my career.”



That right folks, the 20th Anniversary of  THE ESSENCE MUSIC FESTIVAL IS HERE JULY 3rd to JULY 6th NEW ORLEANS, LA
If you never been to one of the Essence Music Festival then you are missing out on an great Experience. To get more Information & Tickets!conerts-tours-events/cb30
This is going to be a fun fill weekend and make sure that you get your Tickets early forthe different events.!conerts-tours-events/cb30


As we all know that Beyone & Jay-Z "On The Run Tour kickoff in Miami on June 25th and this tour will continue on through the summer. If you don't have your tickets yet make sure to get them before they sell lout click here to get your tickets
Check out the intro from the Miami show
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Wednesday, June 25, 2014


Some may said what is Curly Girl Collective? Well it's time to find out.

As a united body of natural women, the Curly Girl Collective (CGC) strives to create innovative experiences that foster acceptance
and celebration of curls, kinks and everything in between.

Through targeted events, a unique web portal, and focused digital marketing initiatives, CGC connects women internationally and serves as a tangible resource of information within the natural hair movement. CGC aims to create a platform ripe for conversation, affecting more than just hair choices, but addressing the spectrum of subjects that start with hair, and end with self-actualization.

Meet The Ladies and follow them for more information

Tracey Coleman:: Director of Events
Melody Henderson:: Creative Director
Charisse Higgins::  Director of Public Relations
Gia Lowe:: Strategic Partnerships Director
Simone Mair:: Director of Business Strategy

for more information visit! or follow them on twitter

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   Please enjoy the music as we celebrate Michael Jackson Life!de-jay-360-/c9qb

Tuesday, June 24, 2014


R&B DIVAS Star Monifah still in the mix with her new single "The Other Side" is still making great music. As we say you don't have to be on mainstream radio to have a great song. Hopefully we will get an exclusive interview with MONIFAH but in the meanwhile support and get your copy of her latest single here is the link or follow her on twitter and remember to visit WHO'S THAT LADY ENTERTAINMENT our site features 1,000 Celebrities with their links to their Social Networks or Twitter here is Monifah!monifah-carter/zoom/c21pl/image22to

Monday, June 23, 2014

Exclusive Interview with Sara Stokes ( formerly of P Diddy Making The Band)


By Lenell King
Back in 2003 music producer, P Diddy put together a reality show where viewers were able to watch how he would put together a band from start to finish.  He named the group, Da Band. Diddy had the band members getting up early and going to bed late. However, the kicker was when he had the group walk from Manhattan to Brooklyn to get a slice of Juniors Cheesecake

spearheaded the reality movement in the early 2000’s as a member of MTV’s successful Making Da Band series.  She was known as the “sexy” singer of the group and has been quite busy...  
LENELL: So Sara, what have you been up to?
SARA: What have I not been up to?  It’s been crazy over the last few years.  Actually over the last 6 months I went back to school and got my aesthetics degree for skin care and makeup.  I’m working on my album right now.  I’m working with James Worthy, K’jon and Timbaland has thrown me a few tracks.  Not only am I working hard, but I’m running marathons as well.  The list keeps going on and on.

LENELL: Wow you have been busy.   Congratulations on getting your degree. That’s awesome.

SARA: You know I just feel I have a name, but you have to also know what you are talking about. You have to have a plan A, B, C and all the way to the end of the alphabet.  That’s my motto.
LENELL: So let’s take a trip back to 2003; how did you first get involved with the show? Did you have to audition or did someone approach you to say you need to try out for this MTV gig?
SARA: Wow.  I have been recording since I was 12 years old; music has always been a part of my life. I was actually in Atlanta at the time recording with Kenny Hickson when I got a call saying you need to try out for this show called, Making Da Band; it’s an audition process. You know, I wasn’t really familiar with the whole reality show audition process. So I was like, what the heck is Making Da Band with Diddy?  I wasn’t even going to do it,
but they convinced me to come back. I was one of the girls selected to perform and the rest is history.  I made it all the way through.
LENELL: Yes, you did. Excellent!  Have you ever wanted to be in a group prior to Making Da Band; maybe in high school or did you always want to be a solo artist?
SARA: Actually in high school I was in a group with some of my friends and we were kind of like on some SWV type stuff. We had our Jodeci boots; we had our leather vests, baggie poetic justice pants and rocking braids with the mushroom hats.  I wasn’t playing. (Laughing)  We had our little harmonies down.   I’m pretty versatile and Puff knew that as well.  He knew that I can do well by myself or with a group.

LENELL: The album was released in 2004, and it was hot.  One of the most memorable songs on the album was Go Steady; it really showed your vocal ability.  After Making Da Band fizzled out, were you approached with a solo project shortly after?
SARA:  Definitely.  I knew after that I had to put my solo stuff out. There was no doubt about that.  I was never going to stop just because the band was dismantled. I was definitely going to keep working. Working on my solo project or whatever came out. But that was just something that was in me.  I’m never going to give up on music because that’s my first love.
LENELL: Tell us about some of these film projects that you have been working on?
SARA: I’m currently filming a movie called Ceside in D.C. It kind of reminds you of the movie Set it Off.   I got guns and I’m shooting police.  Now this is just a movie.  I’m not
doing this for real. (Laughing). Everybody gets to see a different side of me; I’m doing my own stunts. 
LENELL: Wow, real hardcore?
SARA: Heck Yeah!  I’m being sexy with it though, but yo don’t mess with me. I got an AK. (laughing)
LENELL: Do you keep up with any of the Da Band members?  Dylan? Choppa?  How about Puff?  Is there a chance to return to Bad Boy if the opportunity made sense?
SARA: Oh yeah, the band was like my second family. We all went through the struggle together; we went through our fights.  We all had to gel and make an album within a month with cameras in our faces and we didn’t even know each other.  We were just going on in
our daily lives and the next thing you know we are thrown in this group.  You had to make it happen, make it work or have Diddy breathing down your neck like yawl better come on and get it together. There were so many different personalities and that’s where we started bumping heads. At the end of the day we realized this is all where we came from; we are a family. We definitely talk.  I just talked to Baps, Dylan – he's still his crazy self. You know I love all of them. They all have just a special place in my life. As a matter of fact, yawl might be seeing a reunion soon.
LENELL: Reunion?!  Now that would be amazing. I’m sure the ratings would go through the roof.  Just like with any family you’re gonna have your fights.  At the end of the day you love each other and you have each other’s back

SARA: I’ve seen Puff a couple of times. I really appreciate him for even choosing me and you can’t pay for that type of exposure on MTV.  It’s always been love with Diddy. Honestly, you can’t be mad at the person that’s super genius, super smart and got his business sense. He’s charming; he’s got everything plus drive. I’ve learned a lot from him just by watching him. He works so diligently and it’s like he never tires. He feels and believes in all that he does so effortlessly. That’s pretty much my personality; that’s how I feel.  I see myself working with him again.
LENELL: It seems that you have learned a lot from him.  You are a jack of all trades. You just finished your degree; you’re running marathons, playing in movies, music-- congrats.
SARA: Thank you. I just think that it’s good to push yourself to see what you’re limits are. Like why just stick to one thing if you’re good at multiple things. Of course hone your
energy on one thing if you can make it happen, but once you’re in there, it’s nothing wrong with venturing out and having different things that you’re good at.  It keeps you busy, keeps you out of trouble and if anything, you would be proud of yourself when you look back at all the accomplishments you’ve made.
LENELL: Then that makes it all worth it.  Now, the last time you were on Making Da Band we had a chance to meet your little ones. They’re all grown up now, right?
SARA: Elijah, he’s my first born who just finished high school. I’m so proud of him. He graduated with honors. He looks like Prince. (Laughing.) He plays the guitar too.   I’m real proud of him; he’s going to Michigan State University. My other two daughters are very talented, Gabriel and Eva Diva, they sing, they dance. They’re acting, so once I go ahead and do my thing of course the kids are going to be right there. I can’t really call them kids
now; they’re all in high school. From the Making Da Band show when everyone first saw them they were like toddlers; now they are all taller than me.
LENELL: That’s crazy; I tell you time really does fly.  Now, you see the success of reality shows; for some it revives their careers and in some cases it turns the average Joe into a celebrity overnight. When you guys did Making Da Band it was the only reality show of that caliber with a hip hop format. If you were approached to do another reality series like Love and Hip Hop, would you do it and why?
SARA: Oh yeah, I don’t see why not. Whatever you put out there is what the audience is going to see. Don’t think you’re going to go out there acting a fool and then you don’t like how they are showing you because all you‘re doing is fighting.  They just want the drama and all the arguments and crazy stuff you’re doing.  They never show the positive stuff like
running a marathon or helping a charity because the drama is what sells.  So I just tell anyone who is considering doing a reality show that you have to be mindful of what you put out there if you want to look back and be proud of your accomplishments and how you were portrayed on the show. It’s hard to fight a certain stigma as a personality of somebody else when you can just be the real you. Make sure you show it right because that’s what the world will see.
LENELL:  So tell us a little about running this marathon?  For some people it’s a way of life and requires true discipline; is that a daily ritual for you?
SARA: Oh yeah, I love running.   I just feel if you look healthy, feel healthy, proud of your body and your mind is together it puts you at a different point in your life. You can just face the world a little better when you feel good about yourself. Health is so important, it just
empowers you. When I’m running those marathons, I kind of look at it like its life. When you’re going up those hills and you’re digging deep because you know you got those last 13 miles, then the last 2 miles to go and that finish line is right there. You want to stop so bad, you feel burn, you feel yourself getting faint and maybe a little dizzy, but you got your eye on the prize.  You know when you get to the end, you’re going to cross the finish line and get that medal as you say, “I DID IT”!
That’s how I look at life. No matter what life throws at you, you can overcome it.  There is a final destination and a goal that you have to get to.  When you do, it’s going to be party time. You are going to be proud of yourself.  So, that’s how I look at marathons. It’s about being fit and empowering women because we take so much.  Marathons train your mind and your spirit to make you endure to the point that you can create someone that overcomes. I love it. 

LENELL:  Well said, Sara.  What does the immediate and long-term future hold for you?
SARA: I definitely see myself writing a book about my life because it’s definitely interesting. If I’m not falling down the stairs or doing something crazy, it’s just something always going on in my life. There are things I can talk about to possibly help people who think that I have never been through anything. However, they don’t really know my story, but once they read it and see that I overcame it, conquered it and still held my head up high and moved on and didn’t have anyone set limitations on me, they will be inspired.  At the end it’s all you. You will be the one that’s accountable for every action that you do.  Hopefully, when I write my story, someone will read it and say,  “If she can do it, then I can too.”

I want some Grammies in my future. I got to have an Oscar. Ok, it’s like why not?  Why set yourself up for failure when you can say this is what I want. I ‘m going to work hard to get it. You have to see yourself already getting it. That’s the key to it.
My manager, Lee Martin, has really been working hard for me and making things happen. I will be doing the BET awards this year, red carpet events and reality shows. There are all types of stuff I’m doing.  I’m even representing Voss Water; I’m the new face of that. There are a couple of other things that I will definitely let everybody know about.
LENELL: How can your fans reach you?
SARA: My twitter is @sexysarastokes and my instagram is sara_stokes. Stay tuned about the Making Da Band reunion and many other things so definitely check me out.

It was a pleasure speaking with Sara and hearing about all the projects she has going on in her life.  As you can see there is life after Making Da Band.  We will definitely follow up to see how her journey continues and we wish her much success.  

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