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'Everything's Trash' Trailer: Phoebe Robinson Stars in Freeform's Meta Adaptation of Her Book

If the title of Freeform's upcoming comedy series doesn't grab your attention, the trailer sure will! Executive produced by and starring Phoebe Robinson,  is the meta TV adaptation of Robinson's book of essays with a similar name, . The comedy series follows Robinson playing a fictionalized version of herself — also named Phoebe — a «30-something outspoken podcast star making her professional mark while living a broke and delightfully messy life in Brooklyn.» When her older brother Jayden launches a political campaign, Phoebe is forced to start her adulting «journ-journ.»Although Phoebe has a loaded base of fans, she suffers from an empty bank account. Unfortunately, the former doesn't seem to be doing much for the latter. “Life is hard.
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2022 BET Awards: See All of the Star-Studded Performances!
2022 BET Awards kicked off Sunday night, and fans got a chance to see some of the biggest names in music perform their hottest hits.Amid the awards and acceptance speeches, Sunday's show saw some truly impressive numbers, from artists like Babyface, Chance the Rapper, Chlöe, Doechii, Ella Mai, Fireboy DML, GIVĒON, Jack Harlow, Joey Bada$$, Maverick City Music x Kirk Franklin, Latto, Lizzo, Muni Long, Roddy Ricch and more.ET is following along throughout the night to round up all the incredible appearances as they happen.Check out all the epic performances from Sunday's star-studded BET Awards below.Lizzo opened up the show with a powerful performance of her hit, «About Damn Time.» Beginning her set with an epic flute solo, Lizzo was glittering in gold, wearing a matching disco-ball-inspired outfit. Cascading down a gold set of stairs, while a gold disco ball spun behind her, the «GRRLS» singer danced and sang while the hyped-up audience got out of their chairs and moved and grooved along with her.The 24-year-old emcee kicked off his set with a performance of «Poison.» Harlow rocked a black undershirt and matching black pants on the stage — which mimicked a house party — while he rapped the song from his latest album,. Making a surprise appearance was Lil Wayne, who came out and rapped his verse from the track.
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