Tonight on The Mo'Nique Show : Bootsy Collins and Al Sharpton Have a Funky Fun Time  

Bootsy Collins performs some classics from his lengthy catalog. Reverend Al Sharpton talks his hair, his style and James Brown.

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BET's The Mo'Nique Show is the boldest talk show on TV. Tonight the Queen of Late Night welcomes:


ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAMER BOOTSIE COLLINS, WHO FUNKS UP THE PENTHOUSE. The musician, of Parliament-Funkadelic fame, gives a in-depth history lesson of how his legacy came to be in between performing his classics "Aah The Name...," "Stretching Out," "Still the Man" (featuring Rev. Al Sharpton) and "I'd Rather Be With You."

REV. AL SHARPTON, WHO SHARES WHY HE'S BLACK AND PROUD OF HIS GOOD HAIR. The National Action Network president breaks down how James Brown influenced the style of his hair, how James Brown was the common denominator between he and Bootsy and why James Brown is still the man.


Tune in tonight at 11P/10C.


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