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v39_entertainmentEd Weinberger, the creator of the 1980s sitcom “Amen” starring Sherman Hemsley, has sued his former business managers claiming they failed to account for what he was owed after he sued the show’s producer, Carson Productions, in 2011.

Weinberger sued his former business managers Freedman Broder & Company Accountancy Corp.; William Broder; Myers & Associates; and Ronald Myers, in Superior Court, reports Opposing Views.

v38_chadSo, "Chad Ochocinco" Johnson is beggin’ and pleadin’ like there’s no tomorrow trying to get Evelyn Lozada to come back to him after he allegedly head-butted her.

Unfortunately for him, she has been steadfast in saying, no way, Jose.

Meanwhile, another pic of Johnson has emerged showing how much he’s still in love with her and wants the "Basketball Wives" star to be his wifey again.

v38_bobbybrownDo we really need another reality show starring Bobby Brown?

Are we ready for another "unscripted" demonstration of this man’s life? Seriously?

Apparently BET is willing to take that risk. A new project starring the troubled New Edition singer and ex-husband of Whitney Houston is currently in the works. Sources say the new series will revolve around Brown’s "life and businesses."

v36_WestAs you can see, Logan West is awfully pretty and she’s bi-racial, but she’s paid the price for being an awfully pretty, bi-racial person.

She was bullied like there was no tomorrow as a youngster. Now, she’s been crowned Miss Teen USA and she has a platform to use to speak out against Bullying, an important and welcomed stance.

Beginning when she was 12 years old, Logan West endured being relentlessly bullied for being a biracial child.

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v34_moFirst Lady Michelle Obama’s mission on Sunday was to come to LA and get some money for her husband, the president’s re-election campaign. And that she did. … in grand style.

Here’s an excerpt from the Hollywood Reporter’s coverage of her Los Angeles fundraising trip:

Wrapping up her second Los Angeles fundraiser Sunday, Michelle Obama wowed the Hollywood crowd at the Los Angeles home of Warner Bros. CEO Barry Meyer, who urged action to keep the president in office.

“This election is about our values,” the First Lady told the crowd. “We’re doing this because of the vision for this country that we all share. And we have to remember that this is about values and vision.”


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