Queen B, this year’s top nominee, will hit the stage this Sunday at the MTV Video Music Awards. We’re thinking that Beyonce, who has yet to speak publicly about that elevator situation (unless you count the line in the “Flawless” remix) or said anything about breakup rumors with Jay-Z, might have a very interesting acceptance speech.
Or she might just smile and say “Thank you” but either way, we’ll be watching. Will you?
Anthony Hamilton and Keyshia Cole are on the road this weekend, Precious is on TV and in the second incarnation of Sin City is back in theaters. Check out the rest of this weekend’s highlights below.
All Times Eastern
Friday, August 22
Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah star as heads of rival choirs trying to win a national competition
BET, 7 p.m.
Saturday, August 23
OWN, 8 p.m.
The Oscar-winning (for Mo’Nique and screenwriter Geoffrey S. Fletcher) movie starring Gabourey Sibide as the the title character who tries to find her way in life despite horrific abuse
Sunday, August 24
Video Music Awards
MTV, 9 p.m.
Top nominee Beyonce will be there performing and picking up her latest award, the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award
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