*Mel B of Spice Girls fame is reportedly engaged to Rory McPhee, her boyfriend of three years. According to The Blast, Mel and Rory started dating in 2018 and he appears to be her first serious relationship following her divorce from Stephan Belafonte. The Sun reports that McPhee recently proposed to Mel at the luxury
*HBO has announced its docuseries about Shaquille O’Neal titled “SHAQ” will premiere next month on Nov. 23. The four-part docuseries will chronicle Shaq’s rise in the NBA and feature exclusive interviews with O’Neal and his friends and family, PEOPLE reports. Per Variety, Penny Hardaway, Dwyane Wade, Dennis Scott, Brian Shaw, Derek Fisher, and Rick Fox
*Joseph C. Phillips, best known for playing Lt. Martin Kendall on the hit series “The Cosby Show,” has joined Clark Atlanta University (CAU) as a professor in Theatre and Communication Studies. “Joseph brings a wealth of awe-inspiring talent, meaningful engagement in the community, and a portfolio of informed, decisive commentary to the University,” said President Dr.
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