On their engagement: “He had a jeweler come to the house. [It was] a total surprise! We sat there and picked out the ring.”
BBWives’ Evelyn Lozoda on Wedding Plans w/ Chad, “”I’ve always envisioned my wedding as cream color and white.”
Serena Williams and Lil Wayne chop it up at the Detroit vs Miami game Wednesday night.
Fresh off of Dirty Money’s upcoming Last Train to Paris album, take a listen.
Diddy-Dirty Money feat. Lil’ Wayne – “Strobe Lights”
Spotted @ Miss Info
According to TMZ, Kurtis Blow’s dumb ass went through LAX airport security with a stash of weed. While going through the airport’s body scan, they dected “an anomaly’ in his pants. After a pat down, they discovered less than an ounce of marijuana. But don’t fret, apparently in LAX, less than an ounce only gets you a ticket. #Nice.
After the news hit that Nicki Minaj had the second-best sales week for a female hip-hop act, Nicki took to twitter to pay homage to the woman that started @ No. 1 with 423,000—Lauryn Hill. Hill’s 1998 album, ”The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” held the number one spot in this category and still does to date.
Plans are in full swing for the sequel to Bad Boys, which starred Martin Lawrence and Will Smith. Reportedly, Peter Craig, who did the last two scripts, is now working on a script for Bad Boys 3. So potentially, the sequel may hit the screen in 2012 or 2013. “Bad Boys,” which was released in 1995 made $141 million worldwide, while“Bad Boys 2,? which was released in 2003, earned $273 worldwide at the box office.
The nominations for the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards were announced Wednesday evening. The awards show, scheduled to air on February 13, 2011 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS, are lead this year by Eminem, who received the most honors. Em received 10 nominations (Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Song of the Year). Singer-songwriter Bruno Mars came in next with seven nominations. Jay-Z, Lady Antebellum, and Lady Gaga each received six nominations.
Check the rundown of the nominees…
Lots of celebs showed up for Halle Berry’s upcoming movie premiere, “Frankie And Alice,” at the Hollywood’s Egyptian theater. The movie is based on a true story about a black (African American) exotic dancer with multiple personality disorder — one of which is a white supremacist.