Nine-time Grammy Award leader Mary J. Blige will accept a star on Hollywood’s Walk Of Fame on Jan. 11, 2018. This is a good day for Blige to accept her star as it also her birthday.
According to Variety, Hip-Hop colonize and businessman Diddy is set to take partial in the rite that will betray Blige’s star. The thespian and songwriter will be placed in the recording category, despite her roles in film and television.
Blige’s Golden Globe Nomination
January will be an eventful month for Blige as she will also attend the Golden Globes on Jan. 7. The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul will be one of the dozen females that will wear black to the awards.
In an talk with Billboard, Blige settled that she has done the decision to mount with those women who have gifted passionate misconduct.
“I am one of those women, so, you know, we don’t wish to go into fact about that and we haven’t, but we am, and we mount with those women, we champion them,” Blige said.
Blige, Gal Gadot, Saoirse Ronan, and Allison Janney have also voiced their support for anti-sexual nuisance Time’s Up. Superstore star America Ferrera has helped to launch the campaign as good as, Reese Witherspoon, Eva Longoria, and Shonda Rhimes.
Receiving a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame won’t be the only staggering moment for Blige. The idol has also been nominated for a Golden Globe for her Supporting Role in her latest film, Mudbound.
Mary J. Blige Moves Audience In Mudbound
Mudbound is a play film set in the South during World War II in which two families were pitted against any other by a cruel social hierarchy but firm together by the shared farmland of the Mississippi, Delta. While Blige stars as, Florence Jackson in the film, actors such as Carey Mulligan, Garett Hedlund and Straight Outta Compton‘s, Jason Mitchell also star in the film. Mudbound done it’s entrance on Nov. 17, 2017, and is now accessible to stream on Netflix.
The multi-platinum artist has also been nominated for a Crtics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Supporting Actress and the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role.