Kevin Hart*Kevin Hart is the first actor/entertainer to have his own cross trainer, thanks to the release of his Nike Hustle Harts. He sported the new design while on Tuesday’s “Tonight Show.” Peep the video clip below.

“I’m all about inspiration and motivation. What I’ve done, I put all of my inspiring quotes all over my sneakers,” said Hart to Jimmy Fallon, and noting that the words stand out when in a photo with flash.

“I wanna inspire people, motivate people to become the best versions of themselves possible through physical fitness,” he added, who described his role as the person “bridging the gap between athlete and the person that doesn’t understand that there’s an athlete in them.”

The Hustle Hart’s feature Kevin’s favorite quotes, including “Don’t stop grinding,” and “health is wealth.”

“Basically this is groundbreaking; I’m the first actor/entertainer to ever get a cross-training shoe ’cause that’s what I do!” said Hart.

The “Ride Along 2” star also discussed “Kevin Hart: What Now?,” his latest “action-comedy stand-up concert film” in which he re-creates “Casino Royale” and “The Equalizer.” The film is slated for release October 14.
Da Brat*Meanwhile, openly lesbian rapper Da Brat got a beautiful makeover, and we’re LOVING her curls!! The usually tomboyish rapper posted the image above on her Instagram page. We’re digging this look and hoping she rocks it more often.

What do you think of her makeover?

After a guest-hosting stint on Dish Nation this summer, Da Brat has been made a permanent fixture, Deadline reports. Last year she appeared in the season 2 finale of the hit FOX show “Empire.” She landed the role after meeting series co-creator Lee Daniels through their mutual friend Mariah Carey.

What’s up next for the artist?

“I’m gonna put out an album soon,” she told Billboard last November. “’m gonna drop a song called “You Already Know” on Dec. 2 produced by Sage the Gemini featuring Eric Bellinger. I’m just so excited because I love these records I’m getting. I’m working with a producer named Sixx from Ne-Yo’s camp and a producer named R. Fisher who I came up with. He does production for me and my crew and he’s amazing. I’m [also] working with Rufus and Jermaine Dupri. So many great things coming my way so just stay tuned and don’t count Brat out — ever.”