*Model Jourdan Dunn admits she’s been infatuated with Beyoncé ever since she was 9-years-old.
Fashion’s it girl said she embarrassed herself when she first met her idol at the Met Ball in New York City last May by asking if she could ”hold” her.
She told Miss Vogue magazine: ”I used to pretend I was the fifth member of Destiny’s Child. She saw us, smiled and began walking over. We both turned to see if Jay Z or someone was nearby. She said, ‘Hi,’ and told us that she thought we were beautiful. I think I said, ‘Can I just hold you?”’
Harry Belafonte receives an honorary doctor of music from Berklee College of Music at the Berklee Performance Center in Boston, Thursday, March 6, 2014
*Boston’s Berklee College of Music presented an honorary doctor of music degree to singer, songwriter and activist Harry Belafonte on Thursday during a concert held in his honor.
Berklee students and faculty performed an array of Belafonte’s music, from “Banana Boat Song” to “We are the World.”
Belafonte was a confidante of Martin Luther King Jr. during the civil rights movement. In the 1980s he helped start the USA for Africa project to fight hunger, and also pushed for an end to apartheid in South Africa.
*In a second straight night of big music performances, Kanye West and Big Sean dropped in on “The Arsenio Hall Show” Thursday night for a surprise appearance with Rick Ross performing “Sanctified.”
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Bob Sumner, ‘Def Comedy Jam’ co-creator launches ‘LAFF MOBB’s We Got Next’ on ASPIRE, airs Tuesday at 10 p.m. EST
Bob Sumner co-creator of HBO’s ‘Def Comedy Jam’ launches new comedy show on ASPIRE, ‘LAFF MOBB’s We Got Next.’
*“It was time to rearrange the furniture, go back to old conventional style comedy,” said Bob Sumner co-creator of the highly successful HBO “Def Comedy Jam,” which helped to launch the careers of such comedians as Chris Tucker, Martin Lawrence and Joe Torry). “I was instrumental in the success of HBO’s “Def Comedy Jam.” We received a lot of criticism for the language. Comedy is not about four letter words it’s a point of view.” Continue reading
*She’s been good… good to others, that is!
Beyonce‘s charity #BeyGOOD is joining six European charities to raise funds for struggling youths and local communities.
Queen Bey is collaborating with six charities in cities that are stops on her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour including Dublin, Ireland; Cologne, Germany; Amsterdam, Holland; Antwerp, Belgium; Barcelona, Spain and Lisbon, Portugal.