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Originally posted 08/10/2016 11:00AM
The actress is the subject of TV One's Unsung Hollywood episode this week and will address everything from dating rumors to media controversies.
In an exclusive sneak peek at the episode, Good touches on the media firestorm that erupted over a plunging gown she wore to an award show in 2013. (Good, 35, is married to preacher DeVon Franklin, which fueled the controversy.)
Originally posted 08/04/2016 01:20AM
Originally posted 09/24/2015 07:00PM
In addition to the standard influx of brand-new pilots, the fall TV scheduled is jam-packed with spin-offs and reboots of films and TV shows that we already know and love. And while they might not have to explain as much about their characters and major plot points, there are still plenty of questions that need answering.
Originally posted 06/17/2012 02:30PM
Meagan Good has jumped the broom!
The Think Like a Man and Jumping the Broom star exchanged vows with preacher and Columbia Pictures VP DeVon Franklin on Saturday evening at Triunfo Creek Winery in Malibu, Calif., PEOPLE has learned exclusively.
Among the 400 guests at the couple's Spanish and bayou-themed wedding celebration: Tracey Edmonds, Derek Luke, Deion Sanders and Tasha Smith.
"DeVon makes me better, makes my life fuller, and completes my quality of life," Good tells PEOPLE. "He's truly on my team and I am truly on his. God revealed my heart to him like nobody else."
Originally posted 05/26/2012 03:00PM
Meagan Good isn't rushing to the altar – but she also has wedding planning on her mind.
"I think when you really find the right person you just know," the Think Like a Man star told PEOPLE of her preacher and producer fiancé DeVon Franklin. "There is no point in waiting – waiting for what?"
Though she wouldn't divulge exactly when or where the nuptials will be, Good, 30, said planning is coming along nicely, although the wedding is turning out bigger than she wants it to be.
Originally posted 04/20/2012 04:20PM
There's a funny, snappy film in Think Like a Man, but you have to sit through an hour of product placement to get there.
The product is comedian Steve Harvey's 2009 bestseller Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, an advice tome that would be sexist except for the fact that it treats men like simple mutts in need of training.
The film shows what happens when frustrated girlfriend Kristen (Gabrielle Union), single mom Candace (Regina Hall), executive Lauren (Taraji P. Henson) and bad dater Mya (Meagan Good) use the book's tactics on a group of basketball buddies, with Harvey himself popping up to guide the audience through the book, chapter by chapter.
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