‘Single Ladies’ Premieres March 18th!

Single Ladies on Centric

We’re just days away from the highly anticipated return of Single Ladies! Season 4 premieres on Centric, Wednesday, March 18th at 10 pm ET/9pm C on Centric! #SingleLadies #FeliciaPriceIsBack

“Seasons of Love” Premieres November 23rd on Lifetime!

LeToya Luckett and Cleo Anthony in "Seasons of Love"

Don’t miss the premiere LeToya’s latest film, Seasons of Love this Sunday, November 23rd on Lifetime! Set in the picturesque backdrop of New York, Seasons of Love is a romantic soulful holiday drama about two people who struggle to find love against the odds, while reconciling with the past and learning the true value of family.

Kyla (LeToya Luckett, “Single Ladies”) and Amir’s (Cleo Anthony, “Divergent”) new romance is thrown for a loop when Amir’s father (Richard Portnow) suddenly passes away and Kyla’s ex, Miles (Rob Riley, “Hit the Floor”), comes back into the picture. The two struggle to determine what truly matters to them in this story of life, love and family. Taraji P. Henson stars and executive produces, while Gladys Knight and Cliff “Method Man” Smith also star.

Plus, don’t forget to tweet during the premiere using the hashtag #seasonsoflove!

LeToya Talks New Music and “Drumline: A New Beat” with WBLS

Lenny Green of New York’s WBLS recently spoke with LeToya, Jordan Calloway, and Alexandra Shipp about their roles in their new film, Drumline: A New Beat, love and future projects – including LeToya’s upcoming album, Until Then…!

Drumline: A New Beat premieres October 27th at 9/8pm CST on VH1!

LeToya Reveals Music Timeline + A “Single Ladies” Return?


LeToya and her cast mates from her new film are making their rounds promoting the Nick Cannon produced, Drumline: A New Beat. She stopped by The Russ Parr Morning Show yesterday to talk about her role as Dr. Nia Philips, Until Then…, and a possible Single Ladies return…?

LeToya Talks with ChristianPost: “I serve a major God who definitely has the last say on my life.”


LeToya Luckett is going to star in three films within the next few months and is gearing up for at least one television show, but the Christian singer and actress insists that she still struggles with being a celebrity.

It’s been close to 15 years since Luckett, 33, sang alongside her childhood friends Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland and LaTavia Roberson in the hit R&B group Destiny’s Child that propelled her fame. After leaving the group in 2000, Luckett hasn’t slowed down with two solo albums under her belt and a consistent career as a working actress where she has secured roles in at least nine film projects since her 2010 debut in the film, “Preacher’s Kid.”

Despite a smooth transition from being a known singer to actress, the real life daughter of a minister insists she struggles with being famous.

“It doesn’t get easier when you’re trying to work your way up that ladder. It actually sometimes can be more difficult because of people pressure, because of people’s opinions,”Luckett told The Christian Post. “Some people try to bring you down instead of lift you up because unfortunately that’s kind of the world we live in. A lot of people like to see the bad, because they feel the bad is more entertaining than the good.”

Still, Luckett makes sure she is not defining herself by the opinions of others.

“I serve a major God who definitely has the last say on my life. Being an actress and a singer, you get more ‘no’s’ than you get ‘yes’,” Luckett told CP. “You get more rejection than you do anything else.”

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