Viola Davis Honored With Walk of Fame

Oscar nominated actress Viola Davis received the first Hollywood Walk of Fame star of the new year. Davis, 51, said she once dreamed of getting her own star as a child. Her idols were living legends Cicely Tyson and Meryl Streep.

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Janelle Monae in Palm Springs, CA

Superstar Janelle Monáe looked regal and splendiferous on the red carpet at the 28th Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival and Awards Gala held in Palm Springs, Calif. on Monday. Other stars who attended the festival included Monáe’s ‘Hidden Figures’ co-star Octavia Spencer, Tom Hanks, Suzanne Somers, Mahershala Ali, Nicole Kidman, Kristen Dunst, and more.

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Eudoxie and Ludacris at ATL Live On the Park's 4th annual Hip Hop Pro Awards

ATL Live on the Park’s 4th annual Hip Hop Pro Awards was held at Park Tavern in Piedmont Park on Tuesday, Sept. 6.

Music industry veterans Shanti Das and Marlon Nichols honored key VIPs at the forefront of Atlanta’s Hip Hop Culture, including rap mogul Ludacris, pictured here with his wife Eudoxie Bridges.

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<p>British actor <strong>Idris Elba</strong> may not be the next James Bond, but he is the next best thing.</p>
<p>Elba, 43, was <a href=knighted an Officer of the British Empire by Prince William in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.

Elba received the Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire award for his excellence in acting drama.

Elba is pictured above with his elegant mom.

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Foxy Brown

Old skool rapper Foxy Brown was honored with a proclamation and key to the city by the president of the Borough of Brooklyn. According to Hip Hop DX, Brown and Rev. Run’s son Diggy Simmons were honored with the proclamations at the Leaders of Tomorrow event in Brooklyn.

Brown, who doesn’t rap much anymore, spends her days posting Instagram.com Selfies of her ample assets, such as the image above.

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Glamour Award

The husband of a NYPD officer who died in the line of duty while rescuing 9/11 victims returned her posthumous Glamour Award after the magazine named female impersonator Bruce Jenner “woman” of the year.

NYPD Officer James Smith said Glamour magazine “insulted” the memory of his wife, fallen NYPD Officer Moira Smith, and other courageous biological women by honoring a narcissistic cross-dresser as “woman” of the year.

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