After critics cried foul over Mary J. Blige's chicken wrap commercial for Burger King because it was too stereotypical, the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul has finally addressed the issue, claiming she never co-signed the "unfinished" ad to begin with.
Mary J. Blige sings of having no more drama, but the R&B songbird is embroiled in some controversy over her Burger King commercial. The spot debuted this week and instantly went viral, much to the chagrin of the black community who criticized the ad as stereotypical.
This week's 'American Idol' mentor Mary J. Blige took to the stage tonight to perform her hit 'Why.' All class, dressed in a pants suit and some chunky jewelry, the living legend totally killed it. But were the judges into it?
Mary J. Blige will bring her love and life to the stage at the 18th annual Essence Music Festival in July. The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul is among the lineup of all-star talent that will perform at the annual event, which takes place July 6-8 at the Superdome in New Orleans.
As Mary J. Blige celebrates her 41st birthday today (Jan. 11), the songbird gave her fans a surprise gift of her own -- Drake appearing in her updated video for 'Mr. Wrong.' If you remember when the clip was released back in December there was no Drizzy to be found.
Mary J. Blige can do no wrong in our book. The veteran songbird comes through with another visually-stunning video for 'Mr. Wrong,' the latest single from her LP 'My Life II: The Journey Continues (Act 1).' The clip features Blige in several different glamorous outfits and wigs that are reminiscent of her style during the 'My Life' album period.
Monday night, there were plenty of powerhouse artists shining bright as day as VH1's 'Divas Celebrate Soul' was broadcast on the music network. The event featured the likes of many of today's hottest female vocalists, including Jennifer Hudson, Mary J. Blige, Kelly Clarkson and Jessie J, among others.
Mary J. Blige hit the stage at Fort Bragg in North Carolina on Tuesday (Dec. 13) to perform for the soldiers and their loved ones. The event was filmed for a NBC special 'WWE Tribute to the Troops,' which features WWE's toughest superstars. Rock band Nickelback and comedian George Wallace also entertained the troops, as well.
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