A tip for female TV news reporters. If you’re going free-boob on air, don’t write a tell-all blog about it.
Last night’s The X Factor semi finale was a show full of double whammys.
Music producer Pharrell Williams has filed a lawsuit asking a US court to rule he has not violated any trademark that Black Eyed Peas rapper will.i.am owns for the phrase I AM. The lawsuit, filed in Manhattan federal court, said that will.i.am, whose real name is William Adams, has repeatedly sent letters to Williams demanding he stop using versions of the phrase I AM on a website founded by Williams, iamother.com.
Wade Robson has denied having a repressed memory, claiming he has “never forgotten one moment” of what Michael Jackson did to him. The 32-year-old choreographer is requesting money from the Michael Jackson Estate after alleging he suffered “childhood sexual abuse” during sleepovers at the late singer’s Neverland Ranch between the age of seven and 14
Kurupt Discusses, among other things, Snoop Lions Musical Transformation. Snoop Dogg (The Artist Formerly Known as Snoop Dogg) has recently underwent grown and transformation as an artist. To shed his old persona and embrace the new, he went to far as to change his name from Dogg to Lion. Fellow rapper and friend, MC […]
For four golden days and gaudy nights, she was the still point of a turning, kaleidoscopic world. Immovable, she gazed upon the revelry with her forthright, rather stern expression
THE 1960s reverberated to rock.
An all-male college in Atlanta, Georgia, has banned the wearing of women’s clothes, makeup, high heels and purses as part of a new crackdown on what the institution calls inappropriate attire. No dress-wearing is part of a larger dress code launched this week that Morehouse College is calling its “Appropriate Attire Policy.” The policy also bans wearing hats in buildings, pajamas in public, do-rags, sagging pants, sunglasses in class and walking barefoot on campus
The Venezuelan government initiated a new charge against a private television broadcaster and said that 29 additional radio stations would soon be closed, the latest move in what critics call a crackdown on freedom of expression. The Saturday announcement by Minister of Public Works and Housing Diosdado Cabello, who oversees the state telecommunications regulator, came at a counter-rally to marches protesting the hardline tactics of President Hugo Chavez