50 Cent and Mary J. Blige team up for musical comedy series on ABC

ABC News' Janai Norman reports on the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
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Transcript for 50 Cent and Mary J. Blige team up for musical comedy series on ABC
That's why he'salling me that this morning. Dan is so nice. He's so nice. Nope, that's why we'll give that one to pee wee and we're going to move along to "Pop news." We begin this morning with TV news with r&b coming to ABC. Curtis "50 cent" Jackson and Mary J. Blige are teaming up again to produce a musical comedy series. So the show called "Family affair" centers around an r&b artist whose, quote, bachelor life is upended when he's saddled with raising his sister's four children. He later finds out that musical talent is a family thing when he learns the kids can sing and takes on the challenge of parenting and music management. The project, which promises to be full of hits, is Jackson and blige's latest creative partnership. The duo most recently worked together on STARZ's "Power book 2: Ghost" in which Mary J. Blige herself stars. If you're a fang like we are at my house, two more until the next episode. So now I think we all need something cute in our lives right now. Right? Check out Emma stone and Ryan Reynolds doing a very adorable q&a with some kids. Here's one asking a very hard-hitting question. My favorite Taylor Swift song is "Bad reputation." Bad reputation what's your favorite song Carolina swift song, Ryan Reynolds and Emma stone? That made me tear up a little bit. She was so cute. That's really, really hardbecause I like so many of them. I mean almost every single one of them are my favorites. I love all of them. It is playing constantly in our house. Fair enough. Ryan Reynolds proving he and his family might be the biggest Taylor Swift fans out there. As a reminder, his three girls are name checked in Taylor's song "Betty" and then Ryan doing that for "People" magazine to promote their latest animated project "The croods: A new age." And you can read more in this week's issue on newsstands now. And finally we have a frown that might turn your day around. Meet giggles the cat who took the internet by storm when he went up for adoption in Ohio. The Riggi rescue in summit county posting these shots of giggles online. How cute. So despite, they say, his expression, giggles is anything but a sour puss describing him as sweet and charming going on to say if he's angry about anything, it's because you aren't petting him. Call me crazy, sounds ur dear friend Dan Harris. That's your spirit animal, Dan. So they say he has landed a forever home and job as the official ambassador of the Riggi rescue, so congratulations to giggles. I was going to say, if he hadn't landed a home, I would give that cat a home today. How many cats are you at now? What number would that be, six, seven? I not of cats around. Doesn't your wife make all the decisions? She does make the decisions.

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