Gabby Sidibe gets glammed up for the latest issue of Nylon Magazine. In the new article, she dishes on everything from her weight to her recent weight loss, and her childhood.
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On writing her memoirs:
“A lot of people will write a book and pretend that whatever they are writing about they are done with, and now they are perfect. I’m not perfect. I am just as fucked up. I am who I am, and all of this shit in my life will be a struggle forever…but I’m fine. Well, I’m becoming fine.”
On relationship with her birth father:
“For a long time, my father was dead to me,” she says. “I didn’t want to justify his actions, but it’s interesting to see what’s behind them,” she says. “The six-year-old in me is still pissed, but I don’t think I am a victim. I don’t want people to shed tears for me. He beat me, but we have all been through shit.”
Beyonce has been making her rounds showing up in various places. She recently attended The Alvin Ailey Dance Company performance where she surprised the dancers behind stage. Most recently Bey was spotted at her step-father’s B’Day party, where she stunned in an all black look with quarter length motorcycle jacket.
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Get Out, the surprise hit horror film about racism, passes the $100 million mark in its third week.
According to reports Get Out has raked in over $111 million as of this past weekend on a $4 million production budget.
Get Out was written, directed and produced by comedian Jordan Peele who is planning to make more films about social taboos.
R&B singer Faith Evans is prepping for the release of her biopic.
This week Faith Evans announced that a biopic based on her memoir ‘Keep the Faith’ would be released later this year.
Faith is currently promoting an album of duets with her late husband The Notorious B.I.G. called ‘The King and I,” which drops May 19th.
Last month Nick Cannon abruptly quick his co-hosting gig with America’s Got Talent after accusing NBC execs of pressuring him to tone down his militant rhetoric about social issues.
After much speculation, Tyra Banks has been tapped as his replacement.
John Legend’s wife, model Chrissy Teigen, speaks candidly about her battle with postpartum depression following the birth of daughter Luna. Many women experience this illness after giving birth, and may not know how to deal with it or even talk about it.
Chrissy wrote candidly about her experience in the latest issue of Glamour Magazine.
Click the link to read her essay.