Michelle Obama Defiantly Refused to Cover Her Head in Saudi Arabia

Michelle Obama

They say “When in Rome, do as Romans do”, but apparently first lady Michelle Obama doesn’t believe in following strict traditions. The first lady and her husband, president Barack Obama, made an unscheduled trip to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday to pay their condolences after the death of the King Abdullah.

According to strict dress code for women, all women in Saudi Arabia are required to wear a headscarf and loose, black robes while in public. But Mrs. Obama defiantly refused to cover her head.

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Greg Anthony Offered Undercover Cop $80 for Sex and to ‘Dress Up’

Greg Anthony

CBS and Turner Sports analyst Greg Anthony was arrested on Jan. 16 and charged with soliciting an undercover cop for a discreet sex act. Like most happily married men, Anthony probably did not believe he was cheating on his wife since he was paying for services rendered.

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Celebs Out & About: Beyonce, Usher, Rashida Jones

Beyonce and Kelly Rowland

Pop singer Beyonce was spotted dining out with her family, including daughter Blu Ivy, her mom, Tina Knowles, and half sister Kelly Rowland and Kelly’s infant son.

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Celebrity Style: Rihanna

Rihanna Shows Off Her Legs in a Thigh High Slit White Skirt

Bajan singer Rihanna, left, showed off her lanky legs in a thigh high slit white skirt while taking her wifey, Melissa Forde, out to lunch in Beverly Hills, CA. Melissa wore a t-shirt featuring a print of his Airness Michael Jordan sticking his tongue out.

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NFL Star’s Wife Goes On Epic Twitter Rant

Miko and Brent Grimes

The wife of Miami Dolphins cornerback Brent Grimes went on an epic Twitter rant, accusing the NFL of robbing her husband of the Pro Bowl MVP.

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Medical Minute: The Worst Shoes for Your Feet

Reality TV star and singer/songwriter Kandi Burruss leaves 'Watch What Happens Live' in NYC

Podiatrists have issued warnings about women wearing high heeled shoes for decades. The high fashion footwear are available in a variety of styles including stilleto’s (or spikes), pumps and wedges. Originally designed to keep a horseback rider’s feet from slipping out of the stirrups, high-heeled shoes have evolved into medieval torture devices.

Doctors say pointy pumps (such as those pictured above on a local celebrity) are the worst culprits. The pointy toes squeeze the entire front of your foot together, causing nerve pain, bunions, blisters, and hammertoes.

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Celebs Out & About: NeNe Leakes, Kandi Burruss, Rosa Acosta, Farrah Abraham, Tameka Raymond

Reality TV star NeNe Leakes visits 'Good Morning America' in NYC's Times Square

Reality TV personality NeNe Leakes visited the set of ‘Good Morning America’ in NYC’s Times Square on Monday. THe 47-year-old RHOA star is reportedly “devastated” that her eldest son, Bryson “Brice” Bryant, 25, was arrested (again) on drug charges and ordered into a drug rehab facility. A source told Star magazine NeNe has done everything to help her son, “but nothing has worked.”

The source added: “NeNe has tried to keep this hidden and hardly told anyone that Bryson was in jail. She’s been carrying this huge weight on her shoulders for months without anyone knowing and hoped his court records wouldn’t ever be found. This whole situation has just been a nightmare.”
Photos: Fortunata/Splash News

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Celebs Out & About: Kim Kardashian & Kanye West, Usher, Trey Songz, Damon Dash, K. Michelle

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West arrive on the red carpet at the BET Honors in Washington, DC

Socialite Kim Kardashian and her musician husband Kanye West posed on the red carpet at the BET Honors in Washington, DC., on Sunday. Both looked striking in all black outfits designed by Balmain. Neither couple smiled even though they were implored to do so by the swarm of photographers.
Photos: Gene Young and SRK/ Splash News

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