Janelle Monae Sending ‘Hidden’ Messages Through Her Hair

Janelle Monae Sending Hidden Messages Through Her Hair

Janelle Monae Embeds Hidden Messages in Her Hair

While out promoting her new film Hidden Figures, it appears singer Janelle Monae has been using various coiffures to send hidden messages to fans. “From the eyes, to the gold wire, and then the safety pins, can you guess what messages I have been sending and speaking through my hair,” Janelle captioned a recent photo on Instagram.
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Janelle Monae Joins ‘Hidden Figures’ Cast

Janelle Monae Joins Hidden Figures Cast

Janelle Monae Joins Hidden Figures Cast Alongside Taraji P. Henson

R n’ B singer Janelle Monae has landed the third lead alongside Taraji P. Henson and Octavia Spencer in the Fox 2000 sci-fi drama Hidden Figures. The film is based on the true life story of Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan, three black female mathematicians who helped provide NASA with the raw data they needed to launch John Glenn and his fellow astronauts into space.
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Nicole Beharie & Viola Davis Score NAACP Nods


The nominees for the 46th Annual NAACP Image Awards were announced just moments ago via the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, California.

ABC and the Lifetime channel lead this year’s nominees, with “Scandal” and “How to Get Away with Murder” scoring multiple nods, including Best Actress in a Drama recognition for both Kerry Washington and Viola Davis.
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Brown Sistas Coming to Your TV Screen this Fall


My October issue of Essence magazine just came through and I was too excited to open it up and read all about my favorite new actress: Sleepy Hollow’s Nicole Beharie, who plays the show’s pint-size leftenant Abbie Mills.

With the show set to return to air on September 22, I was hoping for a few spoilers, but alas, it was not to be.

Instead, the interview with Nicole, Danai, Alfre and LaVerne consisted of mostly chit-chat about the new spate of show’s set to debut this fall that either star, or co-star African American women.
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