AOL’s on a talent tear.
Notable recent additions to its star-studded online video content line-up include every high school student’s favorite study buddy, a trio of internet talk shows hosted by Kevin Pollak, Adam Corolla, Kevin Smith, and an animated iteration of supermodel Gisele Bundchen (and that’s all in addition to Arianna Huffington and too many celebrity guest appearances to name here).
Now you can add a queen to the list.
Queen Latifah and AOL announced a partnership today that will bring the rapper, actor, and singer’s talents to the web pages of AOL’s Blackvoices.com. The site will provide a home for Latifah’s original web series, a short-form, talk show covering “topics ranging form entertainment and sports, to social issues and entrepreneurialism.” Flavor Unit, Latifah’s production company, will produce the program.