Its the American Music Awards again and Rihanna knows she’s taking home at least one award – the Icon Award. Believe it or not, the 25-year-old Bajan beauty has outsold most other female solo artists – including Beyonce. Top nominee Robin Thicke will perform as well, and so will Miley Cyrus, but no word on whether they’ll be doing that together again. (We did hear Robin has vetoed any possibility of that.) TLC will reunite onstage with a surprise guest. It all goes down Sunday on ABC. If you’re in the mood for a show, both India. Arie and Jaheim and Chrisette Michele are on tour. If laughter is your preference, Katt Williams and Chris Tucker are in a city near you soon. And for you HBCU fans “The Battle of the Real H.U.” takes place this weekend to determine bragging rights for the whole next year for either Howard or Hampton. Check out what else is good this weekend.
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Friday, November 22
Halle Berry and Natalie Desselle star in this total comic departure for Berry
Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth
HBO, 9:30 p.m.
Mike Tyson tells true stories from his life about addiction, fame, money, boxing and women in a special directed by Spike Lee
Saturday, November 23
Iyanla, Fix My Life
9 p.m., OWN
Beefing sisters present Iyanla with a challenge
<p class=’shareTitle’>First Look: “Fix My Dysfunctional Sisterhood”</p><p class=’shareDescription’>It’s a conflict decades in the making.Tune in Saturday, November 23, as Iyanla confronts sisters in total breakdown.</p>
Sunday, November 24
American Music Awards
8 p.m., ABC
Rihanna cops the Icon Award; she performs along with Kendrick Lamar, Jennifer Lopez; Robin Thicke is a top nominee.
Jules Sinclair was headed to London when she had a relationship-altering argument with her boyfriend., Marcus. Now she’s headed home, but she has no idea what her reception will be. Can they work things out?
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
Jeffery Wright and Lenny Kravitz join Jennifer Lawrence, and Liam Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson in the second installment of the epic franchise.
Vince Vaughn plays a sperm donor who finds out he he’s fathered 533 children.
Friday, November 22
NEW YORK, NY
BB King Blues Club and Grill