Charmaine Little

Charmaine Little

Charmaine Little is a contributing writer for GMO. She's a lover of all things writing and entertainment. One of her biggest passions is interviewing and sharing the story of up and coming as well as established artists, fashion designers and entrepreneurs.


Charmaine currently lives in Orlando, FL and can be reached at

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Tasha Page-Lockhart took the gospel industry by storm since snagging the coveted title of BET’s “Sunday Best.” Few things are more compelling and inspiring than the Detroit native’s strong and soulful voice that can be instantly recognized. But, the singer’s story and upbringing is what also grabbed the attention of her fans around the nation. As a gospel singer, she understands that her story has the power to inspire and motivate her audience just as much as her motivational tunes. GlossMagazineOnline (GMO) chatted with the Tasha’s on her growing success as well as her personal story.

If you're not familiar with singer/songwriter Em Jai (formerly known as Miranda Jai), you definitely should get to know her. She’s quickly becoming a household name all around the country for her new and innovative “urban pop” sound and talent. She’s mostly recognized for her songwriting talents for Disney’s hit show Shake It Up. GlossMagazineOnline (GMO) had the chance to chat with her about her newest project and where she hopes to go from here.

When Kendra LaSalle, Miss Black Indiana 2013, took her place at the podium during the pageant, she also took a stand against domestic violence. Since winning the pageant, the natural hair advocate used her platform to share her story and encourage others. GlossMagazineOnline (GMO) had the chance to speak with Kendra on her efforts to stop domestic violence and her favorite natural hair tips.

Chicago Artist Remains True to His Talent

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 03 May 2013 22:46

Hailing from "The Windy City," Mark J.P. Hood brings a new sound to the music industry and is taking it by storm one song at a time.

Actress in NBC’s Smash and professional dancer Jenny Laroche is gearing up for a fairly new endeavor with her role in the musical Fly, taking her triple threat ability to the next level. GlossMagazineOnline (GMO) spoke with the Fort Lauderdale native and former Radio City Rockette on her role in the musical and what she hopes to do next.

Love Dia Couture Puts Chicago Fashion on the Map

Delcia Norwood says she launched Love Dia Couture in Chicago with YOU in mind. The custom-made line is for the every-day woman looking to stand out from the crowd. Delcia also hopes to help put Chicago at the top of fashion chain.

Lauren Gottlieb: More Than Just Dance

Published in Featured Articles
Thursday, 07 March 2013 20:47

Lauren Gottlieb is best known for choreographing electric dance moves for superstars like Mariah Carey, Rihanna and Sean Kingston. She was also a finalist on season three of the hit show So You Think You Can Dance.

Get Re-Acquainted with Jake and Papa

Published in Entertainment
Saturday, 05 January 2013 18:48

Don’t call it a comeback. R&B sensations Jake and Papa, formerly of Brutha, say they’ve never left the scene. Since separating from their three older brothers and forming Jake and Papa, the singing duo, who hails from Los Angeles, has been on their grind with a new sound. GlossMagazineOnline (GMO) had the chance to catch up with them and find out how they’re making up for lost time.

Get to Know "The Neighbors" Toks Olagundoye

Published in Featured Articles
Friday, 04 January 2013 22:41

Toks Olagundoye doesn’t have to wait to live her dream to be a famous actress, she’s experiencing it now, she reveals.

Henry Spencer's Golden Hanger Designs

Published in Fashion & Beauty
Tuesday, 06 November 2012 00:07

About four years ago, Henry Spencer created Golden Hanger Designs, a hand-crafted, custom fashion line for women. But, if you think it’s like any other fashion line, think again. GlossMagazineOnline (GMO) had the opportunity to interview the Detroit native to discuss his highs and lows, where he gets inspiration to design the perfect “freakum dress” and how his tailor-made apparel is unlike any other.

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