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Wendy Williams linked arms with Ray J after reuniting over lunch in New York City on Sunday afternoon.

The 56-year-old television mogul paid tribute to Diana Ross by wearing a Supreme sweatshirt featuring a B&W photo of the soul/R&B icon.

Wendy carried a massive, white Hermes tote that retails for $10,000-$200,000.

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Ray J, whom Wendy refers to as her little brother, dressed in a red bomber jacket, red t-shirt and blue jeans. They both wore face masks, despite the CDC giving the green light to stop wearing masks last month.

Wendy took to social media to boast about her lunch date over the weekend.

"Guess who's treating me to brunch? He's very cute & very married. I'm close to his family & he is my little brother," she wrote.

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Ray J, 40, recently appeared on Wendy's talk show where he said his on-again, off-again marriage to wife Princess Love was on the right track after twice announcing divorce.

He filed paperwork to end his marriage to the Love and Hip Hop star last September. Princess also filed for divorce in May 2020, but now they've decided to give their romance another try.

They share a 3-year-old daughter, Melody Love Norwood, and a son, 18 months.

According to documents obtained by TMZ, Princess filed the new dismissal paperwork in February, and Ray signed off on it and it has been entered by the court clerk.


Diana Ross is planning a major comeback with her first album in over a decade. The soul legend has announced plans to release Thank You on new label Decca, distributed by Universal Music Group.

The project will feature 13 songs Ross co-wrote with writers and producers, including Jack Antonoff, Freddie Wexler, Tayla Parx, and Troy Miller, among others.

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A message to the singer's fans reads:

"This collection of songs is my gift to you with appreciation and love. I am eternally grateful that I had the opportunity to record this glorious music at this time.

"I dedicate this songbook of love to all of you, the listeners. As you hear my voice you hear my heart."

The title track and debut single will be available for streaming and download on Thursday, June 17.

The 77-year-old Detroit-born legend is best known as the lead singer of the iconic R&B group the Supremes, who became one of the world's best-selling girl groups of all time.

The original Supremes (Florence Ballad, left, Mary Wilson, center, and Diana Ross) scored a total of 12 No. 1 hit singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, including, "Where Did Our Love Go", "Baby Love", "Come See About Me", and "Love Child."

Diana Ross embarked on a successful solo career in 1970.

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There wasn't a dry eye in the house when R&B/Soul legend Diana Ross serenaded Michael Jackson's mom, Katherine Jackson, at her sold out Las Vegas residency show. Ms. Ross, 75, sang a rendition of Michael Jackson's hit "You Are Not Alone". Diana posted a video on her Instagram page on Saturday, Aug. 17 (watch video below).

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Diana Ross and grandson Raif Henok Kendrick go grocery shopping

Joe wrote in to express his disappointment over my Diana Ross post which simply pointing out what other people were saying about Ms. Ross ignoring her 8-year-old grandson Raif Kendrick during the 2017 American Music Awards.

Please note that did not give an opinion on whether Ms. Ross snubbed her adorable grandson onstage. In fact, posted photos of Ms. Ross and the boy going grocery shopping. That hardly sounds like I disrespected the R&B legend.

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Diana Ross and grandson Raif Henok Kendrick go grocery shopping

R&B/Soul music royalty Diana Ross played the doting grandmother as she took her adorable 8-year-old grandson Raif-Henok Emmanuel Kendrick along for some grocery shopping at celebrity hotspot Bristol Farms in Beverly Hills.

Ross, 73, caught flack for ignoring Raif who stole the show at the 2017 American Music Awards in November. Ross was accused of doting on her biracial/mixed raced grandkids as she accepted her lifetime achievement award.

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Diana Ross's eldest son Ross Naess, 29, got married to his baby mama Kimberly Ryan in Santa Barbara, Calif. on Saturday. The beautiful wedding was attended by Diana, 73, who performed at the nuptials, and brother Evan Ross, 28, and his wife Ashlee Simpson Ross, 33.

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Karrueche Tran & Christina Milian

Karrueche Tran, left, and her rumored life partner Christina Milian dined together at Catch LA Seafood restaurant and lounge in West Hollywood, California early Friday morning. Milian showed off her intricate, hand woven Pocahontas-inspired shorts set. This beautiful couple absolutely glows when they're together!

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 ASAP Rocky in Paris

Model and rap artist A$Ap Rocky was spotted walking through the streets of Paris where he is attending Paris Fashion Week with his pal Kendall Jenner. The 2 friends were seen shopping at a flea market on Sunday. The 28-year-old rapper was named the new face of Dior last year. His decidedly feminine characteristics sparked rumors that he lives an alternative lifestyle.


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Ja Rule and Aisha Atkins

Reality TV stars Ja Rule and his long-suffering wife Aisha Atkins were seen shopping in Soho New York on Friday afternoon. Ja, whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins, and his wife have been married for 15 years! They have 3 children together, Britney, 20, Jordan, 11, and Jeffrey Jr., 15.

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Yesterday, rumors spread like wildfire on social media that R&B/Soul icon Diana Ross was pregnant at age 71. The source of the absurd rumors were photos that surfaced on social media showing Miss Ross with abdominal distention.

No, Miss Ross is not pregnant. One reason for her excess belly fat may be post-menopausal hormone levels.

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Singers Ashley Simpson-Ross, 30, and Evan Ross, 27, shared the first photo of their precious infant daughter on social media today.

“Jagger Snow Ross!! we love her so much. She’s everything! best daddy in the world @realevanross,” Simpson wrote on Twitter.

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