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Force girls to air on the Queen Latifah Show tonight

The Force sisters will air on today's Queen Latifah talk show as guests speaking about their adventures in racing and as role models for women.
The Force sisters will air on today's Queen Latifah talk show as guests speaking about their adventures in racing and as role models for women. John Force Racing

NHRA's Nitro sisterhood, Ashley, Brittany and Courtney Force will be appearing on today's Queen Latifah Show which The trio sat down with the versatile Queen Latifah, the talk show host/actress/singer, to talk about NHRA drag racing as well as being role models for women around the country. After the in-studio segment the four women also took it to the “track” for a fun racing segment that included actor James Van Der Beek.

“Those Krazy Karts were so much fun. It was awesome to race James Van Der Beek and Queen Latifah. James got the win but I was spinning in circles and he got around me at the last second,” said Courtney Force. “It was an honor to be on her show and we are looking forward to having her come out to the Winternationals in Pomona. It is fun to do a show with someone who is that enthusiastic about girl power, fast cars and racing.”

The Forces invited Queen Latifah to join them at the upcoming 2014 Circle K NHRA Winternationals at Auto Club Raceway in Pomona on February 6th - 9th. Joining the Forces on the Queen Latifah Show were the Stars of "2 Broke Girls" – Kat Dennings and Beth Behrs plus actor Van Der Beek.

To find out your local TV schedule for air date/time, you can visit www.queenlatifah.com to view local listings.

“It was such a great experience to be a guest on the Queen Latifah Show. My whole family is a big fan of hers and it was cool to be a part of the show,” said Brittany Force.