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The former is a significant philanthropist, who donated funds for Greek earthquake relief and the Athens Olympics. In July 2009, it was announced that Paris was dating Nikki Reed.

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Tyrese Gibson thinks Terrence Howard has been a good opening act, but it's time for the headliner -- Tyrese himself -- to join "Empire" and reunite with Taraji P. Tyrese told our photog what he thought of Henson -- aka Cookie Lyon -- saying it would "break the Internet" if he joined the ever-growing list of guest stars for Season 2. Gibson and Henson definitely have a hot history -- they met on the set of "Baby Boy" back in 2001 and then sparks flew off set.

Talking about her schooling, Henson attended Oxon Hill High School in Oxon Hill, Maryland where she exposed much of her talents.

“We learned that the stories that work best and that we love telling most are about the family, and that always will be our focus,” Chaiken said. “She brings a sense of what Mariah brings to the music industry. I’m grateful she spent time with little old us.” Henson also spoke about guest star Taye Diggs, raving, “He is funny! “They were really great with the acting just as artists because they were real — they were just being as real as possible,” she said.

“No matter what’s going on at Empire, it’s always about the family.” Despite the family being at the center of the show, “Empire” will bring on some A-list guest stars, per usual. Chaiken also noted that some minor characters from Season 2 will be back this season, including Morocco Omari who plays Lucious’ surprise half-brother, Tariq.

The big question of Season 2 — did Rhonda (Kaitlin Doubleday) or Anika (Grace Gealey) die?

— will be answered at the top of the season with Chaiken saying, “The question that was posed gets answered in a fabulous and heart-stopping way.” On the topic of killing off characters, Chaiken said, “Apart from some specific trends that we fell into a bit, what we try to be mindful of is that even though we’re telling stories, you can’t do that lightly. It’s a huge move and we always challenge ourselves to go somewhere else before we go there.” Said “trend” was the kill-your-gays trope that was brought into the social conversation after shows such as CW’s “The 100,” AMC’s “The Walking Dead” and “Empire” killed off lesbian characters.