When Beyonce’s baby bump appeared to crumple on an Australian talk show, rumors quickly surfaced that she is wearing a prosthetic and a surrogate is carrying her child. The singer’s rep was quick to insist that the claims are “stupid, ridiculous and false,” but Wendy Williams isn’t so sure.
“What is that? Is that a baby bump? I don’t know,” she said on her talk show this week. She went on to compare Beyonce’s pregnancy posture to what she experienced when pregnant and on bed rest.
“I can tell you when I would get out of bed and…
Anyone with eyes can definitely see that newlyweds R&B singer Monica and NBA baller Shannon Brown have love all over them. The couple was married for the second time, this time in front of friends and family. The lovebirds recently stopped by the offices of Essence.com, there Monica revealed how they continue to keep their relationship strong and communication flowing. She also discussed her relationship with her new mother-in-law and her response to negative criticism from blogs.
On being a traditional wife and how she bonds with Shannon while cooking I cook for him. He can cook, but I don’t think he should …
Nicki Minaj’s music has reached a scope and depth that cannot be denied. Two little girls became internet sensations as they covered Minaj’s “Super Bass” to the delight of millions of viewers.
Recently, Ellen Degeneres invited the two British girls 5 and 8-years old to perform on her show and she give them the surprise of their little lives- a duet with Nicki. Check out the fun below.
I’m a heterosexual woman, but I can admit that I have girl crushes. You may be thinking to yourself, “Well damn Shay, what’s a girl crush then?” A girl crush is when you are enamored with a woman that you may not know very well and you admire what she stands for, who she is or what she has done, but have no sexual interest in her.
I have a girl crush on Michelle Obama, Jill Scott, Oprah Winfrey and now Lisa Price, CEO and founder of Carol’s Daughter.
I read about 3-4 books per month, on a myriad of…
The cable network Lifetime is not just developing an update of the 1989 Julia Roberts film “Steel Magnolias,” but it’s changing its racial makeup as well.
Deadline.com is reporting that the original movie, also starring Sally Field, Dolly Parton and Olympia Dukakis in the story of a group of Louisiana women, will be remade with an all-black cast.
Craig Zadan and Neil Meron are set to produce the TV movie, and are said to be looking for high-caliber black actresses to fill the roles in their contemporary take – still set in Louisiana.
Kenny Leon, whose previous credits include ABC’s “A Raisin…
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