The DL Hughley Show Clips
It's been 20 years and Anada Lewis is opening up about the hesitation to return to the spotlight after being introduced to the world as the host of Teen Summit in 1989.
Dionne Warwick shuts down those decades-old rumors of her being a Diva and gives a history lesson on what the word actually means. And if you've ever wondered -- the stripper pole may not be too far of a stretch for the iconic singer.
John Witherspoon reveals what he thinks has attributed to his 30-year career in comedy and acting.
Kyla Pratt figured out how a change in energy while pregnant with her second daughter turned into post-partum.
Bobby Brown opens up about why he thinks he was always the villain in life, music and within his relationship with Whitney Houston.
When picking roles, the actor opens up about why he feels such a huge responsibility, especially as a Black man. Rather the characters are favorable or not, Lamman's goal is the same.
We all remember Kanye's now-infamous comments on slavery on TMZ. Van Lathan shares what led up to that viral moment between the two.
Arguably one of the most underrated lyricists of our time, Kurupt reveals the motivation Tupac gave him early on.
Larenz Tate was originally supposed to play another role on STARZ' hit series, Power, but scheduling didn't allow it. The actor opens up about joining the show and what his wife thinks about Rashard Tate.
How did the group's individual solo careers affect the members of New Edition? Ralph Tresvant reveals what really happened and if he harbors any resentment.
Rodney Jerkins' career is unmatched. At only 11 he knew he would be a super producer and five years later he got his first big gig working with Patti LaBelle -- but it wasn't easy.