This week in entertainment: Beyoncé debuts new single, Kanye goes E.T. on 'Idol'

theGRIO REPORT - Welcome to the weekly wrap up. We've got all the black entertainment news from the week that was!...

Welcome to the weekly wrap up. We’ve got all the black entertainment news from the week that was!

Oprah keeps her final episodes sizzling announcing that the scandalous author James Frey will be returning to her show show once again to be interviewed by the talk show queen. (Perez Hilton)

Tyler Perry tells Spike Lee “go straight to hell” during a press conference promoting his upcoming film Madea’s Big Happy Family. (Bossip)

Kanye West does a surprise performance with Katy Perry on American Idol. (The Source)

Beyonce releases her highly anticipated new single, the female empowerment anthem “Run the World.” (NY Daily News)

Tracy Morgan says that first lady Michelle Obama is “A tall mountain I want to climb.” (Huffington Post)

Kathryn Stockett’s controversial book The Help has been adapted into a major motion picture starring Emma Stone, Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer and is receiving a lot of positive buzz. (Daily Motion)

Taraji P. Henson says that during the time she filmed The Curious Case of Benjamin Button that she wanted to breast feed Brad Pitt! (Black Voices)

Author Terry McMillan says that a Waiting to Exhale sequel is in the works! (Clutch)

Actress Halle Berry opens up and reveals details about her custody battle with her ex Gabriel Aubry. (Pop Eater)

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Kanye West abruptly closes his charity foundation aimed at lowering high school drop out rates. (New York Times)

Rapper Lil’B sparks outrage in the LGBT community over titling his new album I’m Gay. (New York Magazine)

Willow Smith will be whipping her hair as she attends this years White House Easter egg roll. (Politico)

Mariah Carey shows off her new baby nursery to Life & Style magazine. (YBF)

Jacob Lusk gives an emotional performance singing Luther Vandross’s “Dance With My Father.” (Youtube )

Rihanna goes diva and delays charity public service announcement over claiming she looked fat. (New York Post)