In an essay for Lenny Letter, the 41-year-old actress lists all of the nosy, not-their-business and definitely not-the-point opinions she's heard from friends and strangers alike, who have urged her to have a baby with arguments like 'you’ll be such a good mother' and 'you’ll have beautiful children' — and she breaks down just why comments like those are inappropriate.It's not that Joy just isn't yet ready for children, or that she's trying to get pregnant and having trouble — both of which would also be good reasons for not asking her about her procreating plans — but rather that Joy simply doesn't want to be a mother and, as she explains, that's nobody's business but hers and her husband's.Buddy TV ranked her #19 on its TV's 100 Sexiest Women of 2011 list.
He first wanted to become a footballer but, a broken leg sidelined him before he could start his career.
Pledging to keep herself from being the oldest and the only woman in her entire family never to wed, Montana embarks on a thirty-day, thirty-thousand-mile expedition to charm a potential suitor into becoming her fiancé.
About Last Night could have gone in two directions: Play it safe and make easy money like 2012's Think like a Man; or gamble the R rating, become more realistic, and resemble the likes of Best Man Holiday.
Her acting debut came in 2001 in Robert Townsend's Carmen: A Hip Hopera.
After a small role in the action comedy Showtime, she made her big breakthrough in Denzel Washington's directorial debut, Antwone Fisher.
Now – in addition to a sequel to Man - the commercial demands of pre-awareness, mixed with the popularity of the ‘Hyperlink’ genre have birthed a remake of About Last Night…