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ROUND UP: 50 Cent’s “Power” Series Official Trailer Released + DJ Cassidy’s “Calling All Hearts” VID Ft. Robin Thicke + Chelsea Handler Defends "Racist" Tweets


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Here’s a round up of 50 Cent’s “Power” scripted series official trailer, visuals for DJ Cassidy’s new track “Calling All Hearts” featuring Robin Thicke and Jesse J. And Chelsea Handler hit up "GMA" this morning to defend her “racist” tweets when you go inside…


Well this will def hold us over until we can see Omari's fine self on "Being Mary Jane" next year.  The official trailer for 50 Cent’s new original scripted series “Power” has been released.

“Being Mary Jane” star and “Verses & Flow” host Omari Hardwick will star as the lead role in the new series, which is an original series for STARZ executive produced by Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson.

“Power” will follow a wealthy NYC nightclub owner who caters to the city’s elite. He plans to turn the club into a Fortune 500 business but there’s one problem…he’s living a double life. He’s one of New York’s biggest drug kingpins with a lucrative high-level clientele. He tries to leave his criminal life behind but he risks losing his marriage, family and business.

Omari will be joined by Naturi Naughton as Tasha St. Patrick (his wife), La La Anthony and Debbi Morgan. The series is created by Courtney Kemp Agboh in association with CBS Television Studios.

"Power" will premiere on STARZ this summer.

Check out the official trailer below:

Will you be watching?

In music news…


One of the most popular DJs just released the video treatment for his new track “Calling All Hearts” featuring Robin Thicke and Jesse J.

DJ Cassidy is currently on tour with Robin .  And he’s getting ready to release his own debut album Paradise Royale which will feature R. Kelly, Mary J. Blige and Usher, to name a few.

Check out the pink party visuals above.

Yet another track for Robin to sing to Paula to try to win her back....

And on "Good Morning America" this AM…

Comedian Chelsea Handler hit up "Good Morning America" this morning to promote her new book Uganda Be Kidding Me but she ended up addressing her “racist” tweets she sent out during the Oscars on Sunday.

During the Oscars, Chelsea (and her writing team) live tweeted from the Huffington Post’s Twitter handle saying things like:




Of course there was backlash on social media and many called Chelsea is a racist.

But according to Chelsea, she’s NOT a racist. And why is she not a racist? Her response, "I date a lot of black people."


She also said people are always mad at her, so if she was worried about the backlash she would be spending more of her time online.

Listen to Chelsea's response on "GMA" above.


Photos/Videos: Starz/Omari Hardwick's Twitter/VEVO/XONewsStation

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