Earlier this week, NFL star Will Smith and his wife Racquel Smith, held their annual holiday event as part of his “Where There’s A Will There’s A Way Foundation’s efforts in partnership with Kingsley House.
Army Staff Sergeant Terry Achane, the father who recently won custody of his 2-year-old daughter after his wife secretly put her up for adoption, sat down with CNN anchor Anderson Cooper to talk about the highly publicized custody case.
Last night, actress Gabrielle Union celebrated her 40th birthday with a little help from actor Will Smith and rapper Doug E. Fresh at Bardot’s in Miami.
Smith and the “Original Human Beat Box,” Doug E. Fresh, helped Gabriel celebrate her Pajama party by getting on the mic and rocking the crowd with a little freestyle rap and beat box.
Actress and activist Gabrielle Union, a rape survivor, stopped by the studio of MSNBC’s “NOW with Alex Wagner” earlier today to discuss Republican Congressman Todd Akin’s ignorant and insensitive comments on rape.
Akin, a very extreme Republican conservative, opposes abortion even in cases of rape or incest. Akin told an interviewer over the weekend that in cases of “legitimate rape,” women won’t get pregnant.
“Todd Akin…I was shocked. I would say saddened except that it pissed me off.”
R&B singer Rihanna opened up to Oprah recently about the dreadful night in 2009 when she says she lost her best friend Chris Brown due to their domestic violence altercation.
First Lady Michelle Obama and 2012 Olympic gold medal gymnast Gabby Douglas made an appearance on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” on Monday night, where she (Gabby) talked about everything from winning her two Olympic gold medals, to celebrating her victory by eating an egg mcmuffin from McDonald’s and meeting Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge.
Jamaica’s medal hopeful Brigitte Foster-Hylton broke down crying hysterically after she tripped over a hurdle and fell to ground during the Olympic women’s 100-metre hurdles heat.
The 2009 World Champion, who led coming off the fourth hurdle following an explosive start, clipped the fifth barrier with her trail leg, stumbled and just could not recover to finish the race quick enough for a spot in Tuesday semi-final.
The heart-broken 37-year-old, who was competing in her fourth Olympic Games after appearances in 2000, 2004 and 2008, entered these Games as medal favourite with this season’s second fastest time of 12.51 seconds.
A distraught Foster-Hylton who had thrown herself to the ground in frustration after crossing the finish line in 13.98 seconds could not be consoled by American competition Lolo Jones, who won the heat in a season best 12.68 seconds.