Reality-star and fashion designer Angela Simmons was spotted on Wednesday, May 15th, out and about in Beverly Hills.
The California resident was seen taking a break from an afternoon of shopping, making a stop at a nail salon to get pampered. Simmons, true to her NYC roots, was dressed in all black, wearing a black motorcycle jacket, tee, and black and white polka dot skinny pleated skirt with towering peep toe booties.
She broke up the monochrome palette with a red cross-body handbag, and matching red-lip…
Wade Robson, who testified in Michael Jackson’s 2005 child molestation trial and denied that the singer ever did anything to him or with him, went on NBC’s Today Show and vocalized his “truth.”
Robson, now changing his story nearly four years after Jackson’s death, admitted during his one-on-one with Matt Lauer that Michael Jackson sexually abused him as a child.
He [Michael] sexually abused me from 7-years-old until 14. He performed sexual acts on me and forced me to perform sexual acts on him.
Twenty-two years post Robson’s alleged sexual abuse, complete with two emotional collapses in the wake of his son’s birth, the pop dancer expressed his dire need to speak out on and acknowledge what was done to him by Jackson.
In what seems to be a hit for Ciara, she releases a remix to her latest single, “Body Party.” She adds her boyfriend Future and fellow Atlanta representer B.O.B. into the mix, as producer Mike Will Made It beefs up the Ghost Town DJ’s sample of their classic hit, “My Boo.”
Her new self-titled album, Ciara is slated to hit stores July 5th (in Australia) and July 9th (in the US).
Lifetime is slated to debut its highly-anticipated new drama titled “Devious Maids”, which is executive produced by Marc Cherry (“Desperate Housewives”) and Eva Longoria (“Desperate Housewives”), on Sunday June 23, at 10PM ET/PT.
The all-star cast is played by Ana Ortiz (“Ugly Betty”), Dania Ramirez (“Entourage”), Roselyn Sanchez (“Without a Trace”), Edy Ganem (“Livin’ Loud”) and Judy Reyes (“Scrubs”). These ladies portray five maids with ambition and dreams of their own, while working for the rich and famous in Beverly Hills, California.
Typical, right? Five Latina women play maids who work for the wealthy. At first glance, the show is dirt simple: a perpetuation of the dreaded class warfare. But, the series is, in fact, the first mainstream English-language television drama that features five Latina main characters, which is –– for better or for worse –– an unconventional idea, even in this day and age. Truth is, the aforementioned is the reason why I’ll be tuning in.