Real Life Mary Janes

Don't miss Being Mary Jane July 2 at 10:30P/9:30C!

Real Life Mary Janes - Gabrielle Union portrays Mary Jane Paul in Being Mary Jane and represents strong Black women everywhere. Scroll through this list of our favorite Mary Janes and don't miss this BET Original Movie Premiere on July 2 at 10:30P/9:30C! (Photo: John Ricard / BET)

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Real Life Mary Janes - Gabrielle Union portrays Mary Jane Paul in Being Mary Jane and represents strong Black women everywhere. Scroll through this list of our favorite Mary Janes and don't miss this BET Original Movie Premiere on July 2 at 10:30P/9:30C! (Photo: John Ricard / BET)

Beyoncé on how many children she wants to have:  - “I don’t know how many. God knows. I don’t know yet, but I definitely want to have more.” (Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

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Beyoncé - Beyoncé Knowles is more than a star. She is a dynamic woman that has proved time and time again that hard work and dedication to your craft will make you the success that you see yourself to be. From the stage to the screen, Beyoncé can, has and will do it all! (Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images)

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Necole Bitchie - Necole Bitchie is everyone's favorite blogger, but beyond the content that she serves up, Necole is one Mary Jane that set a trend and showed how to make a dollar out of 15 cents. She is a self-made businesswoman who established herself in the media world when she was down and out. She proves that anything is possible with a dream and ambition.   (Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

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Necole Bitchie - Necole Bitchie is everyone's favorite blogger, but beyond the content that she serves up, Necole is one Mary Jane that set a trend and showed how to make a dollar out of 15 cents. She is a self-made businesswoman who established herself in the media world when she was down and out. She proves that anything is possible with a dream and ambition. (Photo: Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

Rocsi Diaz - After getting her start in radio, Rocsi soon became one of 106 & Park's most beloved hosts. After leaving 106, she went on to become a correspondent for Entertainment Tonight and has been showing the world how she's evolved and how she'll never stop pushing. (Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

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Rocsi Diaz - After getting her start in radio, Rocsi soon became one of 106 & Park's most beloved hosts. After leaving 106, she went on to become a correspondent for Entertainment Tonight and has been showing the world how she's evolved and how she'll never stop pushing. (Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Oprah Winfrey - After a quarter of a century run on daytime television, Oprah Winfrey "retired" just to start her very own television network, appropriately named OWN. This self-made billionaire is an inspiration and a global influencer that not only is a star, but is a humble individual who has always given back to those in need. Humility always wins.  (Photo: Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Walt Disney Studios)

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Oprah Winfrey - After a quarter of a century run on daytime television, Oprah Winfrey "retired" just to start her very own television network, appropriately named OWN. This self-made billionaire is an inspiration and a global influencer that not only is a star, but is a humble individual who has always given back to those in need. Humility always wins. (Photo: Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Walt Disney Studios)

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Class Clown: Issa Rae - The awkward Black girl finishes first! Since 2011, Rae had us in stitches with her web series The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl, but pretty soon she'll be bringing the laughs to primetime. Rae teamed up with TV super-producer Shonda Rhimes for the hilariously-titled comedy I Hate L.A. Dudes, set to debut next year. Keep us laughing, Issa!  (Photo: Ray Tamarra/Getty Images)

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Issa Rae - Issa Rae is everyone's favorite Awkward Black Girl because she is the woman behind the popular web series that resonated with the masses. This Standford University graduate took her wit and writing talents to the small screen and got the attention of awkward black girls (and studio executives) everywhere. She plays this game by her rules only and so far, she's lucked out! (Photo: Ray Tamarra/Getty Images)

Shonda Rhimes - After writing the Britney Spears movie Crossroads, Shonda Rhimes went on to create Grey's Anatomy and Private Practice before making the Kerry Washington drama Scandal. (Photo: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

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Shonda Rhimes - Producer Shonda Rhimes has kept audiences on the edges of their seats for years with Grey's Anatomy, but the television world exploded when she brought us Scandal starring Kerry Washington. Not only is Shonda one of the top television producers in Hollywood, she has brought actors from diverse background to the forefront and taken their star to the next level. Thanks, Shonda! (Photo: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)

Paigion and Miss Mykie - The newest first ladies of 106 & Park, Paigion and Miss Mykie have won audiences over everywhere with their charm, talent and the essence of girl power that they give off daily. With positive vibes surrounding them, both ladies prove that supporting each other and never giving up on your dreams is the only way to the top. (Photo: John Ricard / BET)

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Paigion and Miss Mykie - The newest first ladies of 106 & Park, Paigion and Miss Mykie have won audiences over everywhere with their charm, talent and the essence of girl power that they give off daily. With positive vibes surrounding them, both ladies prove that supporting each other and never giving up on your dreams is the only way to the top. (Photo: John Ricard / BET)