Rihanna and Kanye heat up All-Star Game
Rihanna and Kanye West brought their A-Game to the NBA All-Star half-time show in Los Angeles this weekend.
Rihanna, assisted with a surprise appearance by Drake, kicked off the show with "What’s My Name." Kanye wrapped things up with "All of the Lights," and fans lucky enough to get to the stage loved every minute of it. It’s easy to see why when you check out RiRi and Kanye’s floor show below.
‘The LeBrons’ get more voice talent
Niecy Nash and Drake are set to become part of LeBron James’s animated world.
"The LeBrons," a web cartoon series slated to debut soon, will center on the characters that LeBron made famous in his 2006 Nike campaign: Kid, Wise, Business and Athlete.
Niecy will play series mom Gloria, and she couldn’t be more excited about it. "When I was asked to be a part of this project I jumped at the chance! I’m a fan of LeBron’s and I was interested in seeing him in a different light, not to mention the fact [that] my arm didn’t have to be twisted to play the only woman in a male-dominated world! I love it!"
Drake is also set to lend his voice to the cast as himself. We’re not sure how he’ll be incorporated in the show’s plot.
Dead baby found at Oprah’s school
The body of a dead infant was found in a plastic bag at Oprah’s school for girls in South Africa.
A 17-year-old student gave birth to a child there, but investigators are unsure about the cause of death.
“Yes, the girl gave birth to the baby at the school, but we can’t confirm what happened to it. A case of concealment of death is being investigated,” said Captain Shado Mashobane.
Big weekend for Big Momma
Martin Lawrence’s latest "Big Mommas" treatment raked in a respectable $17 million for its opening week.
The third sequel in the franchise, Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son, starred Martin and Brandon T. Jackson. The movie placed fifth this weekend above Justin Bieber’s film, which opened in theaters earlier this month.
Diana Ross to appear on Oprah
Oprah Winfrey has been doing it big for her finale season, and this Friday, legendary R&B singer Diana Ross and her five kids will visit "Oprah."
Oprah will sit down with Tracee Ellis Ross ("Girlfriends"), Evan Ross (Mooz-Lum) and their three siblings: Rhonda Ross Kendrick, Chudney Ross and Ross Arne Naess. Her grandson will also make an appearance.
Diana is expected to perform her hit "I’m Coming Out."
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