Niecy Nash Covers Ebony Magazine

Niecy Nash Balances Her Way Through Hollywood
TV star dishes on life after Dancing With The Stars

Niecy Nash could very well be one of the hardest working Black women on TV these days. The sassy actress and television personality strutted her stuff for the cameras in an exclusive June Ebony photo shoot in Los Angeles with her new beau, Jay Tucker on the set. With so many things on her plate, like being the host on The Insider and the Style Network’s No. 1 show, Clean House, along with reflecting on her Dancing With The Stars stint, Nash has found balance and continues to surround herself with those who have a positive impact on her life. “My daddy told me, ‘Baby girl, nothing comes to a sleeper but a dream. If you want to do something, just do it,’” she said. “It really resonated with me. I hope my life will be an inspiration to people who want to pursue something.”


Sista Sighting: Niecy Nash

Niecy Nash, or Miss Niecy as she likes to be called on her hit TV show Clean House, was spotted in Los Angeles, California earlier this week leaving the NBC Studios after taping an interview. The comedienne/actress will be appearing on this season’s Dancing With The Stars and has some stiff competition in the form of singer Nicole Scherzinger, Pamela Anderson and Kate Gosselin. Tune in March 22nd to see how Niecy does in her debut.

Preview “Leave It to Niecy”

Former “Clean House” and “Reno 911!” actress Niecy Nash is set to debut her new reality show “Leave It to Niecy” on March 25th. The show will chronicle the life of Niecy and her new husband Jay as they attempt to blend their families, which includes Niecy’s mom and children from both of Jay and Niecy’s previous marriages.

Check out another just released clip below, and look for the show to debut on TLC at 10pm.

‘Claws’ Snags Early Season Two Renewal


‘Claws’ Renewed for a Second Season by TNT

To the shock of absolutely no one, TNT has renewed their hit freshman drama Claws. The show stars Niecy Nash and has been a solid performer in both demo and viewership since it premiered on the network five weeks ago. Resonating with both critics and fans alike, the series debuted to just over one million viewers and has continued to ascend ever since. It is cable’s #4 new drama among the advertiser coveted 18-49 age group, and draws the youngest audience of any TNT drama.
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