DISH! Tamar vs. Toya. CBS Diversity Casting Initiative! Plus: Watch Falling Water Premiere Tonight on USA!By The DivaGals | October 13, 2016 | Dish!, Entertainment
Girlfight! Tamar Braxton is clapping back to former BFF Toya Wright claiming that the Braxton sister kept her off The Real while she was a co-host.
Singer Ashanti looks INCREDIBLE in her 36th birthday bikini┬áwhile celebrating in the Dominican Republic.
Ready to be a CBS star? The network has launched the CBS Drama Diversity Casting Initiative, a nationwide program to find new breakout talent for CBSΓÇÖs current series and upcoming pilots.┬á The initiative, which is part of the CBS Diversity Institute, is designed to reach untapped talent across the country, including areas with limited access to industry professionals, and bring them to the attention of casting executives and CBS showrunners, culminating with a Network screen test in Los Angeles. Beginning Thursday, Oct. 13, through Friday, Oct. 28, actors 18 and older can submit a self-taped monologue via www.CBSDiversity.com┬áfor future screen tests across the country. What you waiting for? Get taping!
The DivaGals understand just how powerful dreams can be. So we’ll be front and center tonight for the premiere of Falling Water, USAΓÇÖs new series where three unrelated people slowly realize that they are dreaming separate parts of one common dream.┬áWe love the idea of your dream state being the place of creation of an alternate reality that lets you resolve issues in real life and elucidates those relationships that only exist in REM (rapid eye movement sleep). We also love the show’s diverse cast which includes David Ajala, Will Yun Lee and Lizzie Brochere. During the series premiere event, we were enlightened by┬árenowned neuroscientist, Morgan Cerf, who discussed how heΓÇÖs using modern technology to read the brain wave patterns of people to help interpret their dreams. Of course, we studied the model, pictured up top, to see if we could put┬áCerf’s theories in action! Watch Falling Water tonight at 10 p.m. on USA Network.