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With Luenell—You Don’t Want to Test the Water Unless You’re Ready to Dive In!

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You could call this the summer of Luenell...
The actress and comedian is starring in several films this summer.. School Dance - Lionsgate Film, opening in theaters nationwide and on VOD on July 2nd. The star-studded feature film directorial debut of Nick Cannon. Luenell stars in it as the hilarious Mamma Tawanna, the mother of the lead character, played by Bobb'e J. Thompson. It's a role that Nick wrote for Luenell. Think Like A Man Too - Screen Gems Film sequel, opened in theaters nationwide on Friday, June 20th-sh3e was in the first one too. Matthew 18 - An indy African-American horror flick, Luenell co-stars with Faizon Love. Not a spoof, satire or send-up, this is a real chiller, like the 70's classic "Blacula."

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From Anchor Jeff Michael:

In court, there is an old attorney credo; Don’t ask a question you don’t know the answer to. In interviewing comedians on TV, I would say, don’t open a door you don’t want to be pulled through!


Luenell, a tour de force, energizes the room from the moment she walks in. She is curious, interested, sassy, sassy , sassy and above all, happy.

Take a few minutes to watch our interview and see where she takes me! I’ve never had a guest leave me with something from her mouth, invite me on a date or suggest something that can’t be discussed on live television but Luenell hit that trifecta within two minutes!

I won’t spoil the payoff. Watch and listen closely!

And Thank you Luenell for making our show what it was!

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