*EMH is a not-for-profit providing safe and secure accommodation as well as support and counselling to Aboriginal women and their children. Other entertainment – The Disco Rockers, Gymnastics in the Seventies and the Bellarine Vet Kids and also supported by DJ Tom Noonan in between sets, is sure to get you up and on your feet.Monique is headlining @ 6pm a day that supports the best female Victorian beer brewers. Other acts include – Emma Wall & the Urban Folk, Little Wise, DJ Blaberunner Fairfield Primary School 2-7pm. Featuring Monique Brumby, Kim Salmon, Ashley Naylor’s High Horse, Rebecca Barnard, The Blackeyed Susans Trio, Kerri Simpson, Suzannah Espie, Barb Waters & Alison Ferrier Food and drinks/carnival rides and more! Enjoy our savoury and sweet food trucks at affordable prices, purchase drinks from the bar – for over 18’s, art installations and a great atmosphere. The Sheilas of the 70s featuring Monique Brumby & Rebecca Barnard headline CREAM 2017.'""It's simply about I won't take any secrets to my grave nor will he take any to his,” she explained. It was mine.'"The Parkers alum added: "[The open marriage] was my idea.“We've been married for a decade now." The Baltimore native, who launched the Mo’Nique & Sidney’s Open Relationship podcast back in January, insisted that the open marriage was her idea, contrary to what others might say."Now the world took and said, ‘Oh, my God, Mo' Nique will let that man sleep with anybody, because she's a fat girl and he's a beautiful man,’” she told Cohen. When we first had the conversation, it was because I was still in the mindset of ' I'm an entertainer; I'm a performer and I want to have it all.' So I said, ‘I want to have an open marriage.’ …Mo'Nique transitioned to film with roles in such films as Phat Girlz, and Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins.In 2002, she with other female comedians earned a Grammy nomination for Best Comedy Album.
She first gained fame for her role as Nicole "Nikki" Parker in the UPN series The Parkers while making a name as a stand-up comedian hosting a variety of venues, including Showtime at the Apollo.
I would like to thank the Academy for showing that it can be about the performance and not the politics.
I want to thank Miss Hattie Mc Daniel for enduring all that she had to so that I would not have to.
It was just being able to sit down and have that dialogue to say, ‘Hey, let's always make sure we're open and honest.’"As for those who are skeptical of saying goodbye to monogamy, Mo’Nique believes that everyone should at least “try it for [themselves] and find out” if it works for them.
"Now almost 11 years later, of course it's evolved,” she shared, "and it's evolved into this beautiful space of no secrets." Watch the video above.
Tyler Perry and Oprah Winfrey because you touched it, the whole world saw it.