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Mo'Nique announces new Netflix comedy special... after settling lawsuit with the streaming site

Mo'Nique is set to star in an upcoming comedy special on Netflix, and the streaming service confirmed the news with a video on its main Twitter page.The Precious actress announced in the short clip that she will not only be working on her first special with the streaming service, but will also star in the Netflix film, The Deliverance.The star, 54, sued the company in 2019 for racial and gender bias and discrimination. She stated that she was offered $500,000 for her special to air on Netflix, while other comedians such as Dave Chapelle, received multi-million dollar deals.

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Madonna, 63, defies critics after being told to 'cover up' as she bares all in topless pic
Madonna has taken to Instagram to bare all, with only her long hair protecting her modesty, while posing for a topless snap.The daring social media post comes days after the music icon, 63, was told to "cover up" by rapper Nelly after she shared some saucy snaps of her behind.In view of her 17.5 million followers, the Holiday hitmaker shared the sultry snap.Madonna captioned the picture: "Breathwork....."#gang-gang and yea Sasha is always reliable!" she finished alongside a black heart emoji.In the first picture, Madonna stared icily into the camera with nothing but her long tresses covering her exposed breasts.A post shared by Madonna (@madonna)Wearing a full-face of glam make-up including an overlined pout and winged eyeliner, the star looked flawless as she posed topless.Not one to forgo an accessory, Madonna layered multiple necklaces including a smiley face choker and a large silver cross.The next slide was in black and white and showed a line of the star's entourage each taking in death breaths in a Mexican wave-style formation.Finishing the clip, they all inhaled one final time together before breathing out.Following the post, Madonna's celebrity friends flocked to leave their thoughts in the comments section.Comedian Rosie O'Donnell wrote: "beautiful."Film director Lee Daniels simply commented with a red heart emoji, as did creative director Giovanni Bianco.While Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn gushed: "Stunning," alongside a series of star emojis.Madonna's revealing selfie comes days after rapper Nelly told the superstar to "cover up" after she posted several raunchy snaps to her Instagram account.Among thousands of other curious followers, Nelly was one of Madonna’s critics after she posted the photoshoot.The
Jessie Lee Daniels dead: Force MDs singer dies aged 57
Amanda Owen reacts after fan asks her to share update on husbandThe American R&B vocal group formed in 1981 in Staten Island, New York.Two of their most popular hits are titled Tender Love and Love is a House.Together, they created six studio albums with the last one released in 2000.Tributes have flooded in for the late musician on social media.Anthony YAH commented: "@dcbigoso Rest in Peace Mr Jessie Lee Daniels of Force MD #Tenderlove #forcemds."Lord Lion-O wrote: "Rest In Power."Alongside a video of the band performing, The R&B Representers wrote: "[We] want to say Rest In Peace to Jessie Daniels of the Force MDs!"The Force MDs were a big part of blending Hip-Hop & R&B!Gary Burgess dead: ITV star dies in his sleep age 46 [RIP]Our Yorkshire Farm's Amanda Owen leaves daughter 'grimacing' [REVEALED]Stacey Dooley sparks concern over update on home she shares with Kevin [REACTION]"You see right here Jessie is rhyming and then comes in with the vocals!! #RIPJessieDaniels."LaVie typed: "RIP Jesse of the Force MDs."Sabi London added: "RIP to #jessieleedaniels of The Force MDs."Thank you for the music of my young adulthood."It's not the first time loved ones and fans have mourned the loss of a member of the group.In 2016, band member Trisco Parson died after battling stage four cancer.Charles “Mercury” Nelson also passed away in 1995 from a heart attack.One of the group’s DJs Dr.