He may have been a hardcore hip-hop artist, but even Biggie enjoyed “ladies in the place/with style and grace.” Class is a quality that seems almost old-fashioned in these days of attention whoring and bottle-throwing reality TV catfights. Fortunately, there are still some women in celebrity circles who are well known for their poise, grace, style and elegance. We can’t think of a better example than former “Cosby” show star Phylicia Rashad, who returns to TV in the medical drama “Do No Harm,” http://www.nbc.com/do-no-harm/ premiering on NBC at 10 p.m. on Thursday night. (“Scandal” fans get your DVR’s ready so you can watch both.) We used to say of women like these that they carried themselves well. Here’s a list of the celebs that still do.
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