Thursday, May 31

Events and Dish

Ne-Yo and ATL Falcon Ovie M.

So Ne-Yo opened a brand new studio in the ATL last night called Carington House. All kinds of folks came out to celebrate. And word has it that Ne-Yo's new main chick was there...and it's none other than Supahead. SOHH Gyant has the rundown here. Hot damn...

Remember Irulan and Arissa from Real World Las Vegas?:

Oh yes. They're back.

The entire Las Vegas cast is doing a Reunion season now and it kicked off this week on MTV. This was one of the best season's of Real World...pre-whackness..and I, for one, am happy about the reunion. I admit it. I'll be watching.

CiCi's gracing the pages of In Style magazine:

Definitely a good look.

The uberly fab J-Lo hit up the Paul Simon Children's Health Fund event last night at the NY Hilton hotel:

This chick can do no wrong.

The Peete Family is in the new issue of People magazine:


Pics via CBB

Holly's oldest son RJ has been diagnosed with functional autism and the family has been extrememly outspoken about educating African Americans about the disease. Sarah over at CBB has the interview and more pics. Lovely.

Celebs hit up the Diesel store opening on Melrose in LA yesterday:

Where you been Elise?

Luda was there.

So was Tichina who was not on her shoe game.

Celestina from DanceLife was there. What the hell happened with that show? I know I wasn't the only one watching. Was there ever a finale?

Hairspray is almost here:

Latifah and John Travolta

{Thanks Jennie}

The movie hits theaters July 20th. You can check out the trailer here.

Diddy thought it was a good idea to do a Bad Boy Upfront event last night:

Mario Winans, Cassie, Asim, Yung Joc, Elephant Man,Harve Pierre and Sean Diddy Combs

Y'all know Ryan Leslie was less than half a step away from his meal ticket Assie:

And Elephant Man is pure foolywang material.

People people...

While she did say the same thing about 5 years ago...
do we really need to rush this?

The Randomness:

  1. Looks like D.U.I. Hilton isn't the only one getting special treatment. Story

  2. We stopped caring 15 years ago Paula. Story