It's trending news, dumb headlines and more with the Gossiping Heifers. Our Male perspective guest on how to make men relax, features comedian Ryan Davis.
Ryan is a comedian out of Concord, NC whose versatile style of comedy has allowed him open for mainstream acts such as Jay Pharoah of SNL, urban acts like Michael Blackson of Next Friday, and eccentric acts like Tom Green of The Tom Green Show. By winning many comedy competitions, starting a successful monthly comedy showcase, and gaining the respect of comedians that have been doing it 20+ years; Ryan proved that the amount of stand-up comedy success that he saw in such a short period of time was not a fluke. Due to his success as a viral internet star, Ryan no longer is an opening act. Though he is known more for his online videos, Ryan isn't like the other internet comedians. He is a duel threat that is the first of his kind.
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Our special guest, GODFREY is one of the hottest comedians on the circuit. Growing up in Chicago, he constantly got in trouble for misbehaving and being an all-around class clown. Godfrey's Nigerian parents unknowingly encouraged his bad behavior by showing him classic comedy films from an early age. While performing impressions of his college football teammates, Godfrey realized his irreverent style of comedy might be more than just a hobby..
As one of the most dominant forces in the comedy circuit, Godfrey has been seen on stages from New York and Los Angeles to Dubai. Along with his own one-hour special on Comedy Central, Godfrey recently starred in the FX pilot "Bronx Warrants," adding to his onscreen credits which include ZOOLANDER, "30 Rock," and a recurring role on "Louie." Godfrey also stars alongside Shaquille O'Neal on the TruTV series, "Upload," which is now going into its second season.
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When it comes to celebrity hair stylists, Kim Kimble is the real deal. After working with stars for two decades, the pro showed no signs of slowing in 2016 when she crafted what were arguably the year’s most talked-about coifs: Beyoncé’s Superbowl curls and MTV VMA’s braid as well as more than 20 awe-inspiring looks for Lemonade. And as if being one of Queen Bey’s go-to hair gurus wasn’t enough to fill up her 2016 to-do list, she also taped season five of her We TV’s hit series L.A. Hair (which premieres January 5) and capped off December with the launch of her hair care line, the Kim Kimble Silk Hair Collection, for HSN. We called up Kimble to get the scoop on her new products and returning show, as well as to reflect on her 15 years styling Bey, the fate of her most memorable hair pieces and the highs and lows of her illustrious career.
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Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards nominee for Best New R&B/Soul/Rap Artist, Keke Wyatt is a recording artist from the United States. She is a singer and songwriter and has released several albums like Soul Sista, Who Knew? and so on. She has also established herself as an actress. Multi-talented, Keke Wyatt was born as Ke'Tara Shavon Wyatt in the early 1980s in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States of America to Lorna Wyatt and Keever Wyatt II. Both of her parents are the vocalist.
In 2000, Keke got married for the first time in her life and that was with Rahmat Morton. Rahmat Morton is a road manager. Within few months after they tied their married knot domestic violence between them became aired in the media and they finally called off their married life in 2009. Together they welcomed three kids.
In 2010, Keke got bonded into a married life for the second time with Michael Ford. Michael Ford is an ordained minister and he is also famous for his role in the TV show R&B Divas. They have also welcomed three children together. Her nationality is American and she is of mixed ethnicity.
As Keke was born and raised in a musical family, she became influenced by gospel, R&B and secular music at her young age. She began singing since she was two years old and at the age of five, she performed in her first live show. At the age of 10, she recorded her first song under the title What If. Later on, she began learning music with Chicago-based producer/songwriter Steve "Stone" Huff. She also performed demo songs for several record labels. During her mid-teens, she featured on the single My First Love and this voice made her popular all over the United States. Within few months, she was offered recording deal by MCA Records. She signed with them and she recorded her debut album in 2001 and it was finally released under the title Soul Sista on 13th of November 2001. Her second album Who Knew? was released on 23rd of February 2010. She is also an actress and has appeared in several TV shows and music videos like Love Overboard, R&B Divas season one, I Deserve It and so on. Her net worth is $4 million dollars.
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This week the Gossiping Heifers welcome special guest, actor, comedian and motivational speaker, Michael Colyar. We discuss his career, politics and more!
Plus our special guest for the Male Perspective, comedian, and producer, Marcus "Montana" Ecby, as we discuss things men want in bed, but are afraid to ask.
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Torry began his acting career at the age of 23. He brought his own style of humor to such roles in films such as, Strictly Business and House Party. He also made guest appearances on television shows including ER, NYPD Blue, Girlfriends, NCIS, The Conan O'Brien Show, Jon Stewart, The Bryon Allen Show and became a crowd favorite on Def Comedy Jam. Appearing on earlier shows such as Roc and Amen jump started his television roles. It wasn't until 1992 when Torry would receive his big break, he was given the job of hosting Def Comedy Jam after host Martin Lawrence left the show, further enlarging his exposure in the entertainment industry. This also brought Torry larger roles in newer movies. He starred in Motives 1 & 2, Lock Down, Hair Show, Mansfield 12, Poetic Justice, Sprung, and Tales from the Hood among others. Torry has also appeared in various commercials for large corporations such as Anheuser-Busch, Pepsi, and Nike.
Joe founded the Giving Back the Love Foundation in 1996. With this foundation, he gives back to his hometown community (St. Louis) through youth and community programs. Torry has recently developed and begun his own production company. His production company is called MO Films and he started it in 2003. With this company, Torry plans to bring filmmaking to the Midwest and help other actors, musicians, and artist showcase their talent. He works many times with his brother, Guy. He has also been writing and producing projects for his company and plans on directing in the future.
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This week we welcome, actor and comedian, Kym Whitley. She is best known for her roles on television sitcoms, such as Animal Practice, The Boondocks, Young & Hungry, and The Parkers. Whitley was nominated for a 2004 BET Comedy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Box Office Movie for her role as Ormandy in the 2003 comedy film Deliver Us From Eva.
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An actor of Afro-Cuban descent whose killer smile and infectious laugh can liven up any comedy, Faizon Love got his start in such well-received African-American comedies as Fear of a Black Hat and Friday before getting wide recognition in such high-profile comedies as Money Talks, The Replacements, and Elf. It was during high school in New Jersey that the aspiring comic first became interested in performing for a crowd; his English teacher recognized Love's skill for comedy and allowing the student to perform for his classmates on days when lessons went especially well. Following graduation, Love moved to New York and made a bid for the big time in the East Coast entertainment capital; it didn't take long for the performer to land an off-Broadway role in the Harlem National Black Theater production of Bitter Heart Midtown (a modernized retelling of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations). The subsequent death of beloved comic Robin Harris during the production of the animated comedy BeBe's Kids provided the emerging performer with his first big break in film, and though it was strictly a vocal affair, Love performed admirably under pressure. He could next be seen alongside Robert Townsend, Rusty Cundieff, Ice Cube, and Shawn Wayans in a series of low-budget but well-received comedy features.
Love later parlayed his connection with Townsend into an extended television role on the small-screen sitcom The Parent 'Hood, and he continued to climb the credits until his role as a gridiron giant in The Replacements punted him into the mainstream. It was following his appearance in the Keanu Reeves sports comedy that Love's career truly took off, with a 2001 performance opposite Sean "Puffy" Combs in Jon Favreau's Made marking the beginning of a working relationship between the director and the actor that would continue when Love appeared opposite Will Ferrell in Elf (2003). Love's role as a surfing football player in Blue Crush in 2002 allowed the actor to overcome his duel fears of sharks and water to brave the waves. And after attempting to remain in control of a prison as the warden in The Fighting Temptations, it was time to hit the road in Torque, a two-wheeled thrill ride starring Love's former Friday co-star Ice Cube. Video-game players with an ear for detail would recognize Love's substantial role in the hit 2004 release Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, with additional roles opposite Lindsay Lohan in Just My Luck and in the long-awaited OutKast musical Idlewild effectively serving to mark the arrival of a comedic actor whose versatility continued to impress.
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The Gossiping Heifers welcome actor, comedian, and producer, Guy Torry. Guy discusses his career, his thoughts on Donald Trump's presidency, comedy special and future projects on the agenda for 2017.
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