*Hmm, looks like Arsenio Hall‘s veiled (Suge Knight) threat to NBC News’ Brian Williams got his attention.
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On Wednesday’s NBC Nightly News broadcast from the winter Olympics in Sochi, Williams apologized to Hall after NBC News left Arsenio’s photo off a Brady-Bunch-esque photo montage of late-night stars on Monday’s broadcast.
*T.I. has had his fair share of troubles over the years, but the rapper turned actor spoke with Arsenio Hall on Wednesday’s The Arsenio Hall Show about how he’s learned from his mistakes and hopes to impart that wisdom on his friend, Justin Bieber.
Arsenio also welcomed the iconic Motown group, The Jacksons, featuring Tito, Jackie, Marlon, and Jermaine Jackson.
Actor-talk-show host Arsenio Hall is 58 today
*Just like the headline says, this page/board is where you can discuss the stuff that we didn’t cover in today’s issue. (It’s sort of like feedback with a twist) Remember, NO name calling, racial taunting, graphic sex talk and vulgarity in general, PLEASE.
EUR MOTIVATIONAL NOTE
A woman’s gifts will make room for her. -Hattie McDaniel
Feb. 12: Singer Michael McDonald (Doobie Brothers) is 62. Actor-talk-show host Arsenio Hall is 58. Keyboardist Keri Lewis of Mint Condition is 43.
Feb. 12, 1900: For a Lincoln birthday celebration, James Weldon Johnson writes the lyrics for “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” With music by his brother, J. Rosamond, the song is first sung by 500 children in Jacksonville, Fla. It will become known as the “Negro National Anthem.”
*Monday night on “The Arsenio Hall Show,” the star of “Being Mary Jane,” Gabrielle Union, offered up an unvarnished response when Arsenio asked why she’s opting for a prenup ahead of her wedding to Dwayne Wade.
Union also gave some insight on who’s in and who’s out on the guest list.
*Gabourey Sidibe has apologized for her repeated use of a transphobic slur while appearing on the January 23rd broadcast of “The Arsenio Hall Show.”
The Oscar nominated actress was talking about living in New Orleans while filming “American Horror Story: Coven” when she said the word “tranny” no less than five times in under a minute:
Gabourey Sidibe: There was a bar that we would frequent and every time we’d go, when we were leaving every single time there was always like a gang of cops arresting trannies.