Queen Latifah

Dana Elaine Owens (born March 18, 1970), better known by her stage name Queen Latifah, is an American singer, rapper, model, and actress. Her work in music, film and television has earned her a Golden Globe award, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, two Image Awards, a Grammy Award, six additional Grammy nominations, an Emmy Award nomination and an Academy Award nomination.

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Simply Beautiful - Queen Latifah Cover
... In 2004, Queen Latifah covered the song for her debut all singing album, The Dana Owens Album ... It was never officially released as a single "Simply Beautiful" Single by Queen Latifah Featuring Al Green from the album The Dana Owens Album Released 2004 Format Music Video Genre R B ...
Saturday Night Live (season 30) - Episodes
... Gandolfini appeared in the Weekend Update segment in character as Tony Soprano 2 ... Queen Latifah Queen Latifah October 9, 2004 Rodney Dangerfield died on October 5, 2004, a few days ... Queen Latifah performed covers of "The Same Love That Made Me Laugh" and "Hard Times." 3 ... Jude Law Ashlee Simpson October 23, 2004 Simpson had performed her hit single "Pieces of Me" without ... and "Aerials." 19 ... Will Ferrell Queens of the Stone Age May 14, 2005 Will Ferrell performed with Queens of the Stone Age during "Little Sister" as his "More ...
Dusting (inhalent Abuse) - In Popular Culture - Films
... In the 2004 film Taxi, Queen Latifah and Jimmy Fallon are trapped in a room with a burst tank containing nitrous oxide ... Queen Latifah's character curses at Fallon while they both laugh hysterically ... character asks if it is possible to die from nitrous oxide, to which Queen Latifah's character responds with "It's laughing gas, stupid!" Neither of them suffered any side ...
Paper (Queen Latifah Song)
... "Paper" is the second song of a double-A sided single from Queen Latifah's 1998 album Order in the Court ... One of the first Queen Latifah songs that is all singing and no rap, it is essentially a cover of "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" with significantly altered lyrics ...

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