Rihanna was subdued to live on the street of London looking like a motherless girl when a fire broke out in her hotel around 6am.
The American singer, who resides at Corinthian Hotel, was made to evacuate the building after the fire which was caused by a faulty television broke out and alarms went off.
Riri emerged from the hotel and made up her mind to spend some time on the streets as she tweeted pictures of herself and posting the comment: “Roamin da streets since 6am! Fyah in da telly.”
She got tired of staying on the streets; she boarded a taxi so she could sleep inside.
The official video for the last song (Celebrate) recorded by late whitney houston with co-star Jordin Sparks for their film, “Sparkle,” has been released. The ‘Celebrate’ video showcases Sparks and her co-stars enjoying an evening at home.
Although, the late Whitney Houston is absent in the video, but footage of her role in the movie is blended with video as she plays the single mother of an aspiring vocal trio (Sparks, Carmen Ejogo and Tika Sumpter).
The movie ‘Sparkle’ will be in theatres August 17. Watch the video below
Celebrity boxing promoter Damon Feldman revealed billionaire Alki David has offered to pay out a huge sum of $1 million to Chris Brown and Drake and give another $1 million to charity if they take part in a public fight as a continuation of the June 15 bottle-throwing incident at Manhattan’s W.i.P. night club that allegedly began when Drake taunted Chris Brown over Rihanna, who both men dated.
Boxing promoter Damon Feldman is trying to take part in a rematch from the June 15 bottle-throwing incident at Manhattan’s W.i.P. nighclub that allegedly began when Drake taunted Chris Brown over Rihanna, who both men dated. Feldman said that billionaire Alki David would pay each fighter $1 million and would donate an additional $1 million to charity.
He told the New York Daily News newspaper: “Obviously they have a grudge. It’s just three one-minute rounds. No one will get seriously hurt.” He said the pay-per-view event could be in Las Vegas or Los Angeles with a target date of Aug. 25. Feldman said he’d like Rihanna to participate in the proposed punch-fest.
The fight would be held either in Las Vegas or Los Angeles, and would be scheduled for August 25.
Although it is unlikely the fight would ever happen, but Feldman said he had an idea on how to make the event more interesting by having Rihanna as the ring girl,
Mike Tyson: Undisputed Truth, a one man show by Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson to recount the life of the face-tattooed star, including his fame, addictions and relationships is broadway-bound, the associated Press said yesterday.
The boxer’s one-man show will be brought to the Longacre Theater for a short run at the end of July, as a collaboration with acclaimed director Spike Lee.
In a white cocktail jacket and black slacks, Mike Tyson, the former heavyweight boxing champion, recounts punching people in the face outside of nightclubs and having sex with prostitutes. “I’m really an animal, guys, I’m just dressed up nice.”
Reviewing the original Las Vegas incarnation for time.com, Gary Andrew Poole said “It is all part of one of the more bizarre one-man shows ever staged on the Las Vegas strip, a production that also has the retired boxer gyrating and singing along to jazz tunes. But then for one moment, the narrative of the show takes on the promise of the American dream.”
Poole wrote that he hoped the show would get some revisions if it were to move to the Great White Way, and sure enough it’s due to receive some “tweaks” from director Spike Lee, who was not involved in the Vegas version. Even without having seen it, there’s at least one element we’re willing to bet will be different: the audience. The fight fans who get excited when Tyson yells about knocking “motherf—–s” out are very different from the stereotypical Broadway ticket-buyers—but we’ll know soon enough how the boxer fares with the new crowd.
Femi Kuti, son of the late legendary Afro-beat musician turns 50 on July 16, 2012. In this no holds bare interview with vanguard newspapers, the only Nigerian based musician ever to be nominated thrice at the Grammy opened up on the day to day challenges of sustaining the legacies left behind by his late father. He also speaks on his relationship with women and how he was able to overcome the pains of separating from his ex-wife Funke. Excerpts: Read more
The bottle-throwing fight heard ’round the world is still raging on.
Although Drake’s camp has said Meek Mill and not Drake was the one involved in the fight with Chris Brown, TMZ reports that Brown’s lawyer has apparently presented the NYPD with “physical evidence” which allegedly shows Drake was involved in the melee (also known in the rap world as snitching), while Brown himself spoke with detectives. Read more
Following reports a few days ago that Ms. Lauryn Hill has been charged with three counts of misdemeanor failure to file taxes, the singer has issued a statement in response to the charges where she said she had been out of the reach of the society. Ms. Hill made statement on her tumblr page. Read the full statement. Read more
Ever since talented producer and former boss of Mo’ Hits Records, Don Jazzy, announced the birth of Mavin, his critics have not stopped saying that he signed the only female artiste on the label, Tiwa Savage, so as to keep her very close to him.
They keep saying that he has been giving her a special treatment since the day she appeared on location for the shooting of Dr. Sid’s music video titled Over The Moon in 2011. Read more
On Monday June 4th 2012, Big Brother StarGame Ghanaian Housemate – DKB and Sierra Leone Housemate – Zainab were disqualified from the hit reality show after an argument involving the two Upville housemates turned violent. Read more
The newest Miss USA winner is a Rhode Island cellist who describes herself as a nerd and aspires to be more like Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn. Olivia Culpo shares Hepburn’s European heritage and dark brown hair and soon they will share something else. Read more
(BBC NEWS) US TV actress Kathryn Joosten, best known for her roles in Desperate Housewives and The West Wing, has died.
Joosten, who was 72, died in California of lung cancer, 11 years after she was first diagnosed with the disease.
The actress won two Emmy Awards for playing nosey neighbour Karen McCluskey in suburban drama Desperate Housewives. Read more