BET’s “Sistas” & “Zatima” Star Crystal Hayslett is enjoying a great month as the amazing moments just keep coming! From the premiere of “Zatima” Season 2 to the debut of “Praise This” on Peacock, Crystal is having a show stopping Year!!
To make things even bigger, Crystal was just gifted the Visionary Award at the 2023 Grand Pretty Fest and she looked stunning while accepting the award.
View photos, fans tweets and more from the event below:
We’re so proud of Crystal and everything she’s accomplishing, she deserves every win and all of the love she’s getting from fans and more.
Make sure to keep watching “Zatima” Season 2 on BET+.
Plot: “Zac and Fatima’s relationship is challenged on a whole new level” in Season 2. “Zac deals with internal discord which is only exacerbated after seeing his mother, Gladys, whom he hasn’t seen in quite a long time. Fatima begins to question herself and if she’s really what Zac needs when she can’t get through to him about dealing with past issues.”
Zatima‘s cast includes Devale Ellis as Zac, Crystal Renee Hayslett as Fatima, Cameron Fuller as Nathan, Remington Hoffman as Bryce, Nzinga Imani as Angela, Jasmin Brown as Deja, Guyviaud Joseph as Tony, Danielle LaRoach as Belinda and Marquita Goings as Valerie.
“Praise This” on Peacock:
Synopsis: From director Tina Gordon, writer-director of Little and the writer of What Men Want and Drumline, Praise This follows aspiring musical superstar Sam (Five-time Grammy nominee Chloe Bailey; Grown-ish), a young woman driven, at almost any cost, to break into the music business. So, when her father (Philip Fornah; Better Call Saul), worried that Sam is associating with a dangerous crowd, moves them from Los Angeles to Atlanta to live with Sam’s sunny cousin, Jess (Anjelika Washington; Tall Girl franchise), Sam is … not happy.
But when Sam is forced to join her cousin’s struggling, underdog praise team in the lead-up to a national championship competition, she sees an opportunity to finally make her dreams come true. What she discovers, though, is that ambition can command a high price and that praise is not about glory, but gratitude.
The film also stars comedian Druski (House Party), Grammy nominated hip hop sensation Quavo (Atlanta), Grammy nominee Tristan Mack Wilds (The Wire), Birgundi Baker (The Chi), Loren Lott (Tag), Kiara Iman Heffner (Resentment), newcomer Ilario Grant, Crystal Hayslett (Sistas), Cocoa Brown (9-1-1), Vanessa Fraction (Barbershop 2: Back in Business) and Grammy nominated gospel stars Jekalyn Carr and Koryn Hawthorne.
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