If you tuned in for last year’s awards show, you know that the chemistry between Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson makes for exciting television. The pair hit the STA 2010 purple carpet in high gear. Check out the video below and do not forget to tune in November 28th at 9pm est for the Soul Train Awards 2010 only on Centric and BET.
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You are in store for an amazing tribute to Soul Train Legends Award recipient Ron Isley. Our friends at Exclusive Access went behind the scenes to explore ’The Isley Influence’ from stars like Steve Harvey, Terrance Howard, Taraji P. Henson, Ne-Yo, Cee-lo, El Debarge, Faith Evans, Erykah Badu, and many more. Check it out!
The Soul Train Awards 2010 were tapped this Wednesday, but we aren’t spilling too many details. But we will throw you a bone. Check out photos below of the red carpet, who was in the audience, back stage, presenters, and performers.
Soul Train Awards 2010 airs November 28th at 9PM EST on Centric and BET
Soul Train Awards 2010 co-hosts, Terrence Howard and Taraji P. Henson, were all smiles and fierce faces at the promo photo shoot for this year’s show. Check out this exclusive behind the scenes footage of the two Academy Award nominated actors on the set.
SOUL TRAIN NEWS// Faith Evans To Play Florence Ballard in Billie Woodruff Directed Biopic…Taraji P. Henson to Play Diana Ross?Published by Eb the Celeb on Wednesday, November 10, 2010 at 12:33 pm.
Director Bille Woodruff (Honey, Beauty Shop) is set to deliver a new biopic of Florence Ballard played by R&B verteran Faith Evans. Ballard was the original lead singer of The Supremes before being overshadowed by Diana Ross. Although it seems her true story has been insinuated in the film Sparkle and hit Broadway musical Dreamgirls, this film’s screenplay has been adapted by Karen Spencer and Roy Fegan from Peter Benjaminson’s book The Lost Supreme.
Entitled Blondie, the film will uncover the “shocking details of Florence’s life from her moments of joy and success to her devastating betrayal and the actual cause of her premature death at the young age of 32.” It’s rumored that Soul Train Awards 2010 host Taraji P. Henson has been offered the role of Diana Ross but has yet to sign on.
Have any questions you want to ask Taraji, Terrence or other famous attendees of the Soul Train Awards 2010? Well you’re in luck, starting this week, you will be able to ask your favorite celebrities questions via the Voices Heard Media questionnaire on the homepage. How does it work? It’s simple. Just sign-up and log-in to our network website and ask away. You might get your question answered on camera. Amazing right? We know.
Tune in for the Soul Train Awards 2010 airing November 28th at 9PM EST on Centric and BET
When Soul Train Awards 2010 co-host Taraji P. Henson starred as Yvette—a ghetto fabulous, thumb sucking around the way girl—in John Singleton’s 2001 hood classic Baby Boy, alongside Tyreese, it was clear she was a talented somebody. Fast forward almost ten years and the Washington D.C native has starred in over 14 films and has picked up a plethora of accolades including a 2008 Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
Think you know everything there is to know about this Hollywood starlet? Take our quick quiz on Taraji P. Henson and test your knowledge.
1. What is Taraji’s middle name?
a. Pamela b. Penda c. Patricia
2. What city was Taraji born, raised, and go to college in?
a. Washington D.C. b. New York City c. Detroit, Michigan
3. What Common music video did Taraji appear in?
a. “Love of My Life (An Ode to Hip Hop)” b. ”Testify” c. ”Go”
4. One of Taraji’s ancestors, Matthew Alexander Henson discovered what geographical wonder?
a. The Great Barrier Reef b. Niagra Falls c. The North Pole
5. Taraji’s son’s name is…?
a. Marcel b. Marion c. Marcus
Catch Taraji P. Henson alongside Terrence Howard as they hosts the Soul Train Awards 2010 on November 28th at 8PM EST on Centric.
For a remarkable five decades, Ron Isley has been laying it down, as the master of the slow jam and a groove-maker of the first order. After over 30 albums and an astounding 111 singles, the 69 year old singer has not lost his faithful audience and has managed to garner a new generation of followers. “I’m known for doing everything from funk to the love ballads people know me for. I’m grateful that I can do it all. That’s why I think I’ve been able to last. God has truly blessed me and my family to be able to do what we’ve been able to do though all these years. All I can do is give thanks that I’m still here doing what I love to do. “
With his new album, Mr. I, due for release on November 30th; things aren’t slowing down. Mr. Isley—along with songstress Anita Baker—will be honored with the Legends Award at this year’s Soul Train Awards.
The 2010 Soul Train Awards will take place on November 10th in Atlanta, GA and airs on Centric on November 28th at 9 PM. The show will be hosted by Hollywood heavyweights Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard.
Here’s a flashback of The Isley Brothers performing on Soul Train in the 70’s.