American Idol champ, Phillip Phillips, has been sidelined.
The Gone, Gone, Gone singer has been informed by doctor’s that he cannot continue for the remaining 9 dates of his current tour. “His doctor said he has to get off the road,” a source tells The Hollywood Reporter. “He was playing six shows a week, and it’s too much for him.” Read the rest of this entry »
The Honey Boo Boo wedding….well scratch that, commitment ceremony, featured outlandish dresses and flowers but featured the parents of the TLC reality show, recommitting their love to one another, with family, friends and cameras. Read the rest of this entry »
Remember Antoine Dodson? He’s the one-time viral sensation famed for his an appearance in a local news reel that eventually became the stuff of YouTube legend. These days Dodson is a member of the Black Supremacist “religious” group the Hebrew Israelites. And perhaps not surprisingly, his newfound faith has required him to suppress his insatiable appetite for man parts.
Well, they say God works in mysterious ways.
In a recent interview with TMZ, Dodson opened up about his life-altering decision to go straight.
Chat queen Oprah Winfrey will sit down with NBA hoopster Jason Collins, his twin brother Jarron and the rest of the Collins clan for their first interview together since the former Washington Wizards center became the first openly gay active pro athlete in a major American sport.
The 90-minute interview will air on Oprah’s Next Chapter (7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.) this Sunday, May 5.
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