BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Chelsea Galicia, Shaka Smith, Yemi Abayomi and Domonique Price discuss legal cases for the week of April 5th, 2017 including the Aaron Hernandez Trial, gerrymandering in Texas, Trump inciting violence, Undoing Obama’s work and much more.
BHL: This Week — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Derrial Christon, DJ Jesse Janedy, and Courtney Stewart discuss news for the week of September 11th. Jesse opens things up by discussing the sequel to Straight Outta Compton and its announcement of its cast. A judge dismisses a lawsuit against an sperm bank. Courtney switches to talk about the return of Vanessa Willimans on the iconic show, Miss America and rapper, 50 cent is being sued for stealing the manuscript for his show, Power. Derrial wraps things up with Bobbi Kristina’s partner, Nick Gordan, is seeking a dismissal for $10 million wrongful death lawsuit . Lastly, 7 reasons Black men don’t approach Black Women. All this and more on BHL’s This Week for September 11th.
BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Mari Fagel and Sara Azari discuss legal cases for the week of August 19th, 2015. In today’s show the hosts discuss the Zachary Hammond shooting and if it is being treated differently due to his race. They also discuss how Race, job, and celebrity factor in to selecting Juries. Would you want a Celebrity on your Jury? All this and more on Today’s Justice Is Served!
BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Sara Azari, Mari Fagel and Chelsea Glauber discuss legal cases for the week of February 25th, 2015. In today’s show the hosts discuss Gov. Brown denies parole for Ex-Mexican Mafia Killer, Aaron Hernandez update, Bruce Jenner likely won’t serve jail time, Jay-Z sued over illegitimate child, Northwestern allowed unethical acts lead to wrongful conviction and more.
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BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Sara Azari, Mari Fagel and Chelsea Glauber discuss legal cases for the week of February 18th, 2015. In today’s show the hosts discuss the Bruce Jenner car crash leads to a criminal investigation, criminal investigation of the circumstances leading to Bobbi Kristina Brown tragedy, update on the Aaron Hernandez trial, and Suge Knight remains in custody. The hosts wrap things up by discussing Uber adding SOS call button to its app – remedy or added liability.
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BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Sara Azari and Chelsea Glauber discuss legal cases for the week of February 4th, 2015. Also joining the conversation is special guest Anthony Brooklier. In today’s show the hosts discuss the Suge Knight arrested for murder, Aaron Hernandez opening statements in murder trial, Jagged Edge singer charged with aggravated assault. The hosts wrap things up by discussing the George Zimmerman won’t be prosecuted for assault.
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BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Mari Fagel and Chelsea Glauber discuss legal cases for the week of January 21st, 2015. In today’s show the hosts discuss the LAPD Will Investigate Sexual Assault Claims Against Bill Cosby, South Florida sniper training suspended after police caught using mug shots of black teenagers for target practice, Prosecutors Seek To Deny Adnan Syed’s Appeal In ‘Serial’ Case, Another Uber Driver Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Passenger, ESPN’s Keith Olbermann eviscerates Penn State, and CBS Basketball Analyst Greg Anthony Arrested, Charged With Soliciting Prostitute. The hosts wrap things up by discussing the New York Magazine cover portraying MLK marching hand in hand with slain NYPD officers, Michael Brown, Eric Garner and Trayvon Martin.
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BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Mari Fagel and Chelsea Glauber discuss legal cases for the week of January 14th, 2015. In today’s show the hosts discuss the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases, Jury selection for ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez, UVA Reinstates Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity At Center Of Gang Rape Allegation, George Zimmerman ‘Has Not Been Lucky With The Ladies’, and Lawyer Dad Arrested Over Teen’s Epic ‘Playboy’ Party. The hosts wrap things up by discussing Controversial Exam Question At UCLA Law Sparks Outrage.
BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Sara Azari, and Chelsea Galicia discuss legal cases for the week of December 17th, 2014 alongside guest Nanette Harrison. In today’s show the hosts discuss the UVA Rape allegations and Rolling Stone Magazine’s botched aticles, Floyd Mayweather Jr’s involvement in a murder suicide, as well as following up on Mark Wahlberg’s request for pardon. The hosts also provide an update on a current advancement in the Bill Cosby rape scandal.
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BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Sara Azari, and Chelsea Galicia discuss legal cases for the week of December 10th, 2014 alongside guest Dan Stormer. In today’s show the hosts discuss the verdict in the Eric Garner case and Allegations of Sexual Abuse Against Bill Cosby as the “Case of the Week”. The “On the Docket” they discuss Mark Wahlberg’s request to the governor of Massachusetts for a pardon, and the illegality of “revenge” porn, the act of posting pictures of an ex on the internet with intention of emotional distress.
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BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Sara Azari, Loni Coombs, and Chelsea Galicia discuss legal cases for the week of December 5th, 2014. In today’s show the hosts discuss the Allegations of Sexual Abuse Against Bill Cosby as the “Case of the Week”. The “On the Docket” they discuss Ray Rice’s Victory on Appeal of NFL “Indefinite Suspension”, Elonis v. U.S.: Supreme Court Decides Where to Draw the Line in Protecting Free Speech on Social Media, Rams response to the Ferguson tragedy, and Chugging Vodka at the Wheel: A new trend in DUI cases.
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Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, no new episodes this week.
BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Sara Azari, Loni Coombs discuss legal cases for the week of November 7th, 2014. In today’s show the hosts discuss the Adrian Peterson case as the “Case of the Week”. The “On the Docket” they discuss Brittany Maynard and Brooklyn Judge Michael Gray.
BHL: Justice Is Served – In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Eboni K. Williams and Mari Fagel discuss legal cases for the week of January 31st, 2014. Mari opens up with this weeks ‘Case Of The Week’ by talking about Should rap lyrics be used as evidence at criminal trials?. Eboni switches to talk about this weeks ‘On The Docket’ cases by discussing Justin Bieber’s arrest, Kanye West’s settlement, two women charged in beating death of young woman for photo-bombing their picture, and the new approach to handling prostitutes.
BHL: Justice Is Served – In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Eboni K. Williams and Mari Fagel discuss legal cases for the week of January 17th, 2014. Mari opens up with this weeks ‘Case Of The Week’ by talking about Jahi McMath vs. Children’s Hospital. They then discuss medical malpractice laws.
In this episode, Black Hollywood Live hosts Derrial Christon, Courtney Stewart and Jesse Janedy and interview special guest Mel B. Melanie Brown has never been a shy one, which is evidenced by her vast and ever-expanding list of accomplishments. Best known as Mel B or “Scary Spice” of the Spice Girls, she can also add author, fashion leader, television personality, stage star, philanthropist, entrepreneur and mom to her list of ever expanding credits.
From her early days growing up in Leeds, England, through her years in one of the most defining pop groups of this generation, and through such ventures as becoming a fan favorite on “Dancing With the Stars” in 2007, Mel B has earned her place in the entertainment lexicon. Doing the show earned her a vast and new American fan base with her cool, self-confident dancing style, finishing second in the contest. Mel B is always striving to do something different and always doing with a style that’s all her own.
Currently, Mel B is working diligently on season 8 of the hit NBC show “America’s Got Talent,” joining fellow judges Howard Stern, Howie Mandel, Heidi Klum and host Nick Cannon. As she says, “I take this judging business very seriously.”
For the last two years, she’s been in Australia filming “The X Factor,” where she joined the show in its second season as one of the four judges. In the first season, she was a guest mentor to the contestants, and it was something that was very close to her heart.
In December 2012, the documentary The Spice Girls Story: Viva Forever was released, chronicling the girls’ rise to stardom, their most memorable outfits and live moments. It gave fans of the iconic pop quintet an inside look at one of the greatest girl groups of all time.
Mel B launched her solo career in 1998 with the hit single “I Want You Back,” (featuring Missy Elliott) and marked the first time an individual Spice Girl went to #1 on the U.K. charts. Mel recalls, “This was the first time I’d even considered doing anything by myself. I was on tour with the Spice Girls when Missy Elliott called me up and said ‘Melanie, I’ve got a song for you, will you come and record it with me?’ I checked it with the girls and within a month I was out there, I recorded it in a day, did the video, then came back. She’s a genius!”
Mel B joined Oxygen in 2010 as host of the second season of the hit dance/weight-loss competition series “Dance Your Ass Off,” which was a huge success for the network. Along with her husband and children, she also starred in a reality series for the Style Network in 2010 called “Mel B: It’s a Scary World,” which let viewers get to know the family, and see how Mel manages a multi-faceted career, raises her children, and still finds time for her husband. The show was sold internationally to 34 countries and is still being replayed due to such high viewer numbers.
In 2009, she appeared as the volcanic and red-hot presence driving “Peep Show,” the sensual, sophisticated and sly spectacle redefining Las Vegas at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. The show was a wild journey of sexual awakening told through fables and fantasy with an all-female cast of dancers, singers and rock musicians.
Mel B’s brash persona was at the core of the Spice Girls’ global success, racking up worldwide record sales of $55 million, Guinness Book World Records for “Most No. 1 Entries in the UK Charts” and “Most Consecutive No. 1’s for a New Act.” The group’s enduring popularity brought about one of the most successful concert tours of 2007-08 with the reunion trek grossing more than $70 million. The Spice Girls long awaited reunion took place in London at the 2012 XXX Olympic closing ceremony bringing the house down to the 80,000 in attendance and the millions watching around the world.
The British phenomenon’s worldwide acclaim has served Mel B well in a wide variety of ventures. On Broadway at the famed Nederlander Theatre, she starred as “Mimi” in a major production of “Rent” (2004) and also appeared in “The Vagina Monologues” (2002) at the New Ambassador Theatre in London. On the small screen, she hosted the 2008 “Miss Universe Pageant” and has appeared as a special correspondent for the NBC entertainment news shows, “Access Hollywood” and “EXTRA.”
Her business interests are diverse. For the last four years, Mel B has been an ambassador for Jenny Craig. She and her husband are also partners in Real Water (www.drinkrealwater.com), one of the top selling Alkaline waters in the U.S. and Anskos (http://anskos.com.au) an Australia based premium health food company whose products will soon be available in the U.S. In 2009, she became the face of “Totally Fit” workout and health DVD and in 2010 released her own video game, “Get Fit with Mel B” for Wii, Xbox 360 Kinect and Playstation. Mel B is also the face of Ultimo Lingerie, the biggest lingerie line in the UK and has served as product spokesperson for Virgin Mobile, Kraft Foods® and Jell-O®.
Using her prominence to further benefit various charities and causes, Mel B is an ardent supporter of GLAAD and has appeared in the NOH8 campaign, a charitable organization whose mission is to promote marriage, gender and human equality through education, advocacy, social media, and visual protest. She is also helping to raise $250,000 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s “Pose for the Cure” breast cancer campaign, has designed her own shoe line for charity with ShoeDazzle and teamed with Will.I.Am for Oxfam’s “In My Name” campaign that fights world poverty. She is also a spokesperson for “Fitness First” and is the global ambassador for International Fitness Week, which aims to inspire everyone to get active.
Along the way, she has written a best-selling autobiography “Catch a Fire,” and starred in the wildly popular British soap, “Burn It” on the BBC. Film roles have included “Telling Lies” (2008), “Seat Filler” (2004), LD 50” (2003) and the inspiring documentary “Mel B: Voodoo Princess (2002) shot in Benin, off the tip of Africa.
Mel B’s career has been based on inspiring people to leave behind their inhibitions and tackle anything and everything that comes their way. She says, “It’s all about feeling confident, listening to yourself, trusting yourself and being in your own power. And that’s what I’m all about.”
She currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband, Stephan Belafonte and daughters Phoenix, Angel, Madison and stepdaughter Giselle.
This interview was recorded November 27th, 2013.
BHL: Justice Is Served — In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Eboni K. Williams and Mari Fagel discuss legal cases for the week of October 11th, 2013. Mari opens up with this week an interview with Brian Panish the Jackson family attorney. Eboni switches to talk about this weeks ‘On The Docket’ cases by discussing Bruce and Kris Jenner separation, Aaron Hernandez’s case update, Cee Lo Green and his alleged sexual assult, and Usher and his custity battle.
BHL: Justice Is Served – In this episode Black Hollywood Live hosts Eboni K. Williams and Mari Fagel discuss legal cases for the week of August 16th, 2013. Also joining them is special guest Julia Thomas (Michael Jackson Trial Watcher). Topics for the week include Floyd v. City of New York – the stop and frisk case, Usher’s custody battle, Frank Ocean’s cousin’s suing Chris Brown, Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner testifying in favor of anti paparazzi law and the dismissal of the racial discrimination suit against Paula Deen. They round things off with an interview with Julia Thomas and an update on the Michael Jackson trial.