Reality TV star Kim Kardashian was spotted returning to LAX from Atlanta on Monday (March 18). Kardashian, 32, walked the red carpet at Tyler Perry’s Atlanta premiere of his new movie “Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor,” which she makes a cameo appearance in.
Media Megastars Oprah Winfrey and Tyler Perry have joined forces to bring America 2 new scripted TV shows featuring a cast of Black actors. That’s good news for all of us as Tyler and Oprah provide jobs that stimulate the local economy. Good for them! Last night Tyler leaked a sneak peek video on his Facebook page. Watch the video after the break.
Some celebrities never cease to amaze me. Like most narcissists, they will do or say anything for attention. Increasingly violent narcissists have been in the news lately.
From murderess Jodi Arias to cop killer Christopher Dorner, and most recently, Oscar Pistorius, the double-amputee sprinter who was arrested for killing his model girlfriend at his home in South Africa on Thursday.
Yet even in times of tragedy, narcissists will seize the opportunity to draw attention to themselves.
Poor Oprah. The talk show Queen recently injured her back on her 59th birthday, trying to lift Tyler Perry’s massive birthday gift. As Perry explained on his Facebook page under the title, “I Feel So Bad.”
“I like to send really large flower arrangements to people for whatever occasion. Well, I sent one to Oprah yesterday for her birthday. She strained her back picking it up. No joke! Feel better Oprah. Happy birthday. Sorry. Next year I’m sending her one rose.”
Actress Jodie Foster finally came out of the closet after decades of rumors and denials.
Foster, 50, gave a long, rambling, disjointed speech publicly acknowledging her sexuality, fears, loneliness, children, ex-partner, and the Cecil B. DeMille award she received during Sunday night’s Golden Globes.
Foster gave some insight into the anxiety and apprehension that keeps other gay celebrities, such as Queen Latifah and Tyler Perry, hidden in their closeted sanctums.
Famed director Tyler Perry is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of two Florida men who went missing 10 years ago after separate encounters with a sheriff’s deputy.
Yahoo News reports that Perry joined the Rev. Al Sharpton and NAACP president and CEO Ben Jealous at a news conference Thursday in Naples, Florida to offer the reward in hopes of learning what happened to Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos.
Santos and Williams disappeared after separate traffic stops by Collier County Sheriff’s Deputy Steven Calkins three months apart in 2003. Calkins was never charged with either man’s disappearance but he was fired in 2004.
Rapper Lil’ Scrappy commemorated President Obama’s 2nd term in office by getting a tattoo permanently inked on his right lower abdomen. The location of the tattoo of Obama’s face might pose a problem if Scrappy ever comes down with an acute case of appendicitis. The surgeon’s knife would slice directly into Obama’s face so the surgeon could remove Scrap’s inflamed appendix.