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As much as we expect our celebrities to be role models, they consistently let us down.
Kanye West showed up in style for the amfAR Cinema Against Aids Gala
Having illegitimate children is pretty commonplace for celebrities…and why wouldn’t it be?
Last year it was revealed that the number of Blacks were represented disproportionately on Twitter, and now a study has come up with another answer for why that may be the case.
Will, Jada, Beyonce, Patti, Stevie, Halle, Madonna And More Come Out To Show Oprah Love As She [Finally] Tapes Part One Of Her Goodbye
Well, at least they made the whole move-a-playoff-game-to-accommodate-Oprah thing kind of make sense.
Kids, go to college. One reason getting a higher education is awesome is the ability to pledge at any number of Historically Black Greek Letter Organizations.
Is there a celeb that you admire SO much that you would want them on you at all times???
Twitter is one of the most popular things in the world right behind sex, oxygen and pizza. Everybody seems to be doing it, but some celebrities have refrained.
We’ve already taken the time to celebrate Mother’s Day to look at stars that love their moms, but enough of the mushy stuff. Let’s take a moment to look at 10 moms that should be on Mother’s Day probation.
You all might remember this NBA star from the “Christmas to Remember” he sponsored last year – in which 10 single mothers, including one Bossip reader
Seen On The Scene: John Legend, Kerry Washington, & Cee Lo Attend White House Correspondents’ Dinner
John Legend was just one of the many celebrities to attend the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.
Career in shambles? Want to feel young again? Need a little attention? Call your publicist and tell them, “I’m ready to get naked for the world!”
Baby bumps are the trendy way to get attention, but these celebrities have managed to stay in the spotlight without getting knocked up or giving someone a gut full of little one.
Last night a number of celebrities converged on ATL Live On The Park including recording artist and author Tyrese, Q Parker of 112 and songstress Kelly Price.