Celebrity Education Ambassadors
Rocsi Diaz joined CBS show Entertainment Tonight as the weekend co-host and daily correspondent in 2013. Entertainment Tonight is the #1 entertainment newsmagazine in the world. Rocsi Diaz co-hosts the weekend show with co-anchor Rob Marciano.
Entertainment Tonight gives a fresh take on breaking celebrity news events, exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes first looks, and Hollywood's hottest stories from the worlds of film, television, fashion, literature and interactive media.
"I know who I am and what I can do. With each album, it’s just me continuing to grow." Pure, unadulterated and empowering. That has been Mary J. Blige’s calling card ever since her 1992 multi-platinum debut album, What’s the 411?
Want Ne-Yo to wake you up for school? Sign up for his wake up call! Grammy-Award winner Ne-Yo has impressed audiences with his talents since his 2006 with his multi-platinum, chart topping debut, In My Own Words.
Team Breezy is in full force at Get Schooled! Recently nominated for both a Grammy and a People’s Choice Award, Chris Brown just wrapped his sold-out European tour “Carpe Diem” and is at the top of his game.
With over eight million albums and 30 million tracks sold worldwide, one billion views on VEVO, and success as an entertainer and philanthropist, Brown has both proven staying power and inspiring resolve. His fifth studio album, Fortune, debuted atop the Billboard 200 and R&B Albums Chart on July 3rd, 2012, and 2013 looks to be even bigger.
It has been a great year for entertainer Nicki Minaj and she has much more in store!
She's a new judge on the hit show American Idol, has her own reality show coming out with E Network and she'll be kicking off a European tour with celebrity ambassador, Tyga. As if that wasn't enough, she has a new album coming out, too!
Influenced by the unpredictable rhymes of Missy Elliot along with attitudes of Lil’ Kim and Foxy Brown, Queens native Nicki Minaj was discovered thanks to her MySpace page.
“It is essential to set goals, but even more so to follow them through. It’s easy to make grand statements, but the hard part comes after your words fade.”