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Chloe Bailey lands a new movie role, Burna Boy to livestream his upcoming Madison Square Garden show, and more

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Chloe Bailey is taking her talents back to the big screen. 

The “Have Mercy” singer recently signed on to star in the upcoming music-competition film, Praise This. According to Deadline, the Will Packer-produced feature is set to begin production in Atlanta in June and will be directed by Tina Gordon, who wrote and directed Little, starring Marsai Martin

–Grammy-winning artist Burna Boy will make history soon, as the first Nigerian musician to headline New York’s famed Madison Square Garden. 

Fans around the world will be able to stream his “One Night in Space” concert live on YouTube this Thursday, April 28, at 9 p.m. To commemorate the event, Burna Boy released a limited line of merchandise that can be purchased on the tour website

CeeLo Green also announced a new concert opportunity on Tuesday, with his upcoming James Brown Tribute Tour entitled, “Soul Brotha #100.”

The tour is set to kick off on Friday, April 29, in New Orleans and will make its last stop in San Diego in September. 

“I’ve always felt deeply connected to James Brown on a musical level and beyond — He’s been a mentor, teacher and literally a godfather to me throughout my career and I remain humble as I embark upon this embodiment,” CeeLo said in a press release.

Tickets for the show can be purchased on CeeLo’s official website.

Ne-Yo and his wife, Crystal Smith, remarried this past weekend, two years after the couple briefly separated

Ne-Yo shared footage from the extravagant Las Vegas ceremony, along with a simple post caption that reads, “💍Again…🤴🏿👸🏽”

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