Daily Buzz 5.9.11

    Shaunie O’Neal slams Chris Bosh

    Shaunie O’Neal is not happy with Chris Bosh. The Miami Heat player filed suit against Shaunie last week to bar his ex-girlfriend, Alison Mathis, from joining the cast of "Basketball Wives."

    When TMZ.com caught up with Shaunie at LAX, she said Chris "must like wasting money on attorneys."

    Shaunie claims that Alison was never set to appear on the show, but TMZ sources said Alison’s scenes were only edited out after Chris filed suit.


    ‘Jumping the Broom’ earns $13 million

    The star-studded romantic comedy from Bishop T.D. Jakes, Jumping the Broom, brought in a respectable $13.7 million at the box office its opening weekend.

    According to USA Today, that’s $3 million more than expected.

    The film starred Paula Patton and Laz Alonso as a couple whose very different families clash and pose a threat to their dreams of happily ever after.

    The movie placed third for the weekend behind Thor and Fast Five.


    Nas wins an Emmy

    So what if Nas’ music hasn’t garnered a Grammy yet? He’s a beast behind the camera!

    The New York Post reports that Nas’ ESPN documentary, Survival 1, has just won a National Sports Emmy. The film focuses on two Liberian amputees who put together a soccer team and became champions.

    "After all these years of making music, I am honored to have this be the first award I ever won of this magnitude," said Nas, who directed, narrated, produced and scored Survival 1. "An Emmy before a Grammy. Crazy [bleep]!"

    It’s not hard to see how he earned such a prestigious accolade when you watch the trailer for the documentary below. 



    Kanye West debuts line of scarves

    Kanye West has just released a line of album-inspired accessories. The rapper has unveiled a collection of silk twill scarves inspired by the artwork and music from My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.

    The line, being released through M/M Paris, has five limited-edition scarves named Power (seen below), Phoenix, Face, Priest and Ballerina.

    The pieces don’t come cheap, either. Each scarf retails for about $365, and they’ll be sold online at www.MMParis.com. Or, if you just happen to be in the City of Lights, you can always pick one up at the store Colette, Paris.



    E! teases Ice-T reality show

    Ice-T and his wife CoCo are an unusual match, but he explains how they came together in a trailer for their upcoming show on E!, "Ice Loves CoCo."

    It’s no big surprise that the couple met on the set of a music video, but find out what line Ice-T used to hook CoCo in the video below.




    Charles Dutton returns to TV


    Charles Dutton has signed on to star in the upcoming FX series “Powers.”

    The show is based on the graphic novel of the same name, and Charles will portray Captain Cross, the head of the homicide department that investigates cases involving superhuman abilities.

    So far, Charles, best-known for his role as the title character in “Roc,” is the first actor to be cast in the action-drama series.


    Heidi and Seal still in love


    Model and “Project Runway” host Heidi Klum and singer Seal renewed their wedding vows Saturday.

    The two have made a tradition of renewing their vows every year. They were married May 10, 2005.

    Although they’d originally wanted to return to Mexico to renew their vows where they were married, RadarOnline.com reports that the two headed to Palm Beach instead.

    The couple invited about 100 friends and their children along for the ceremony.




    — Sonya Eskridge and Tracy L. Scott

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