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'White Men Can't Jump' Actor Reynaldo Rey Dies At 75

Reynaldo Rey, most well known for his roles in "Friday" and "White Man Can't Jump," has died at the age of 75. According to his manager, Rey died on Thursday at a Los Angeles hospital following complications from a stroke. He was 75. Rey began his career as an acting teacher but later became a stand-up comedian, touring with the R&B group The O'Jays, and opening for Redd Foxx for several years.

Disclosure Release New Song 'Holding On'

Disclosure have released a new song called "Holding On," featuring vocals from jazz singer Gregory Porter. The tune premiered earlier this week on Annie Mac's BBC radio show. According to Time, the tune is a "sophisticated romp with '90s-throwback vibes and a welcome thwarting of tradition by Porter . . ."

Maya Rudolph Impersonates Beyoncé At Tulane Graduation

Maya Rudolph made a splash as the commencement address speaker at Tulane University's recent graduation ceremony. The "SNL" veteran, who is known for her impersonation of Beyoncé, broke into that character during the speech. As the speech went on, Rudolph broke into a portion of the national anthem but swapped the lyrics with those from Beyoncé songs.

Model Janice Dickinson Sues Bill Cosby For Defamation

Bill Cosby has been sued by model Janice Dickinson for defamation, saying he hurt her professionally and personally after denying her rape accusation and calling her a liar. "I want justice done. I want Lisa Bloom (her lawyer) to depose Bill Cosby, get him on the stand and in front of a jury and let the law decide."