Saturday, July 24, 2021

Chrisette Michele Speaks with Roland Martin on the Backlash, Her Personal Loss & More (WATCH!)

roland martin & chrisette michele

*If you missed today’s (10-31-17) episode of “NewsOne Now with Roland Martin,” you missed an exclusive interview with Chrisette Michele!

The last nine months have been extremely tough for R&B/Soul star. Fans have continued to spew their disappointment, frustration and disdain on social media after her decision to accept an invitation to perform at Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration in January.

In what seems like a wound that will never heal, Chrisette has endured intense backlash from the community that once loved and supported both her music and artistry. After being dropped from her record label, Capitol Records, three weeks ago, she took to social media to sound off about the pain and hurt she has experienced throughout the year.

Martin engaged in a real-time conversation with Chrisette on Twitter as her vent was unfolding and invited her to share it all on his show. Today, she joined Roland in-studio and did just that.

As the first interview she’s done since her inauguration performance, Chrisette has a lot to say about her current situation, the gut-wrenching personal loss she endured and her next move!

WATCH THEIR FOUR-PART CONVERSATION HERE:

PART 2

PART 3

PART 4

BOOK ROLAND MARTIN
Emanating from the heart of Washington D.C. in a state-of-the-art studio that offers a stunning view of the Capitol building, NewsOne Now airs Monday through Friday on TV One from 7-9 a.m. ET. NewsOne Now is hosted by Roland S. Martin, the 2013 National Association of Black Journalists’ Journalist of the Year and former host of TV One’s long-running, award-winning weekly news program, Washington Watch with Roland Martin. Each morning, Martin – who also serves as the program’s managing editor – sifts through the headlines of the day to spotlight matters that greatly impact the African American community. In addition to television, NewsOne Now reaches audiences 24/7 with exclusive program content and extended editorial on NewsOne.com and the NewsOne mobile app. NewsOne Now is an evolution of Interactive One’s award-winning digital brand NewsOne.com that launched in 2008 and reaches millions of African Americans each month. Susan Henry is executive producer of NewsOne Now. D’Angela Proctor is TV One’s head of original programming and production.

ABOUT ROLAND MARTIN
Noted among TV Week’s “Top 12 To Watch In TV News,” Roland S. Martin is a nationally syndicated, award-winning journalist and columnist. Currently, Martin is the chief political editor and face of the daily news program News One Now for TV One. News One Now is the first morning news program in history to focus on news and analysis of politics, entertainment, sports and culture from an explicitly African American perspective.

In addition, Martin is a senior analyst for The Tom Joyner Morning Show, where his segment is heard on more than 100 stations reaching 8 million people daily. Martin has appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher, Dr. Phil and ESPN’s Sports Nation, as well as made his big-screen debut with a cameo in Beyond the Lights, starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw. With his personal social media audience exceeding 1.4 million followers across platforms, Martin has been named to the Ebony Magazine Power 100 list, highlighting the movers, shakers and ignitors in Black America, for the fourth time. Martin is a three-time recipient of the NAACP Image Award.
FOLLOW ROLAND MARTIN ONLINE: www.RolandSMartin.com

Launched in January 2004, TV One serves 59 million households, offering a broad range of real-life and entertainment-focused original programming, classic series, movies and music designed to entertain and inform a diverse audience of adult black viewers. The network represents the best in black culture and entertainment with fan favorite shows Unsung, Rickey Smiley For Real, Fatal Attraction, The Manns and The NAACP Image Awards. In addition, TV One is the cable home of blockbuster drama Empire, and News One Now, the only live daily news program dedicated to black viewers. In December 2008, the company launched TV One High Def, which now serves 14 million households. TV One is solely owned by Urban One, Inc., formerly known as Radio One, Inc. [NASDAQ: UONE and UONEK, www.urban1.com], the largest African-American owned multi-media company primarily targeting Black and urban audiences.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Yes, it is unfortunate but hey even Mary J. received backlash when she sang for Hillary Clinton during an interview. Everyone makes mistakes but you must forgive yourself first-people will eventually come around. It was a slap in the face towards our community but I see no difference in your performance for Trump than the latest rappers walking around showing their butts/bodies when we as Blacks fought for the appreciation of our minds and not our bodies. We have a lot of growing up and healing to do within our community.

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