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These days, it’s hard to keep anything a secret. You remember how people were eager to report the news that Michelle and Kelly were joining Beyoncé at the Super Bowl or that Missy Elliot was going to make a guest appearance during Katy Perry’s set a couple years later? When everyone wants an exclusive, it’s hard to surprise the masses.
But if anyone can do it, it’s Beyoncé.
During a lip sync battle on Spike Tv, actor Channing Tatum, channeled his inner woman to perform Beyoncé’s “Run the World (Girls).”
Y’all know Channing is a dancer. So he didn’t half step. He was in full drag, complete with contouring, costume and choreography.
And just when we thought he was killing it and the performance couldn’t get any better, King Bey stepped on stage to send the audience into an uproar.
If you missed the moment, you can check it out here.
And in other Beyoncé news, she’s coming back to the Super Bowl. Her friend Chris Martin is performing with his band Coldplay and according Pepsi, the sponsor of the halftime show, confirmed to the Associated Press that Beyoncé will perform along with them during their performance. Entertainment Tonight reports that Bruno Mars will also make an appearance. The Super Bowl and the halftime show will air on Feb. 7, at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
We all know there’s no such thing as a perfect guy. Even still, it’s nice to dream about meeting a man who is the entire package. Can’t a gal dream? Continue clicking to check out which celebrity men are about as perfect as it gets for us.
What’s there not to love about Idris Elba? With his chocolate skin, captivating eyes and that heartwarming British accent, any woman would fall head over heels for him. Elba first came across our radar as Stringer Bell in HBO’s acclaimed series The Wire and we haven’t had enough of him yet.
When he’s not ducking threats from Breezy for taking selfies with Karrueche, model turned Chocolate City actor Tyson Beckford is doing a residency for Chippendales in Las Vegas. And we support that 100%. Hence, we’ve come up with a list of 15 celeb men who need to ditch shirts forever and bless that Chippendales stage.
There’s nothing sexier than a man taking care of his children and in honor of Father’s Day, we take a look at some of the sexiest celebrity dads in Hollywood.
We fell in love with him even though he played the cold-blooded killer and drug kingpin Stringer Bell in the widely popular HBO series “The Wire.” But the role forced him to hide his accent and once fans found out that Idris Elba was really an English actor, he became even sexier. After starring in a few moves, Elba went back to his television roots and starred in the BBC One series “Luther.” Elba will be celebrating his first Father’s Day this year. A few months ago he and his girlfriend Niayana Garth welcomed their first child, Winston.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and the ladies we chatted with for this week's edition of Hotness or Hot Mess proved that to a T. When we threw out the names Channing Tatum and Omari Hardwick we expected unanimous stamps of approval, but when these Los Angeles women turned around and gave Rick Ross and 2 Chainz two thumbs up while second-guessing "Being Mary Jane" cutie Stephen Bishop we had to throw out hands in the air with a WTF?! Shoot even Kel Mitchell was confused! lol Check out the surprising reactions the ladies had to these Hollywood men in the video above and give your own rating in the comments section.
Hollywood movies=big money. Once the budget is figured out you need to pay the director, actors and other key employees. And then there are the costs for props, design and film locations. This is why production companies dish out some serious cash to market their pictures in efforts to make them box office hits.
But what happens when the film gets delayed? Unfortunately if it does, it can lose a lot of steam. After all, out of sight is out of mind. Here’s a look at films with delayed release dates. Some were able to come out okay while others didn’t do so well.
Do we need another reason to check out Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx‘s new hit film, White House Down? Not at all. Channing’s hot sweaty bod and Jamie’s superstar action, and witnessing them firsthand at the NY premiere, had us at hola. And thanks to The Hollywood Reporter, we get to see these guys in action one more time! Jamie and new dad Channing chat about their soon-to-be summer box office smash and starring in a gun fueled film in today’s violent age: Channing on starring in a violent film: “A lot of people call me up, and they want to put a gun in my hand, and it’s such a weird place to be in. America is very, very divided right now. But I felt [this film] was a good way to point out some of the issues in our country [including the polarization of Washington] without being too dramatic or heavy.”
Jamie on playing the President of the United States: “The stuff I am doing now is beyond my wildest dreams — though I have met President Clinton, President Obama and President Bush before,” Foxx says. “They’re regular guys. George Bush loves his family, Christian man; President Obama loves his family, another Christian man; Bill Clinton, another Christian man. These guys are all human. Behind closed doors, they’re human guys. They are not mechanical machines even if their ratings are down.”
Channing on working with Jamie Foxx: “Being with Jamie is like going to the theater while you are on set,” says Tatum (left) of co-star Foxx, photographed June 22 at the Hay-Adams Hotel in Washington, D.C. “He is the purest form of entertainer I’ve ever met in my life.”
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Hopefully you got a chance to celebrate your father or father figure this past Sunday. And while we were out showing appreciation to the men handling their business at home, some of our favorite celebrities were doing the same. Check out the pictures they posted of their special weekend on the following pages.
We always see Ludacris out and about with his daughter Karma, so it’s no surprise that he would post this adorable picture of the two of them. His accompanying caption was precious and hilarious at the same. Let ’em know Luda.
She changed my Life! Happy Fathers Day to all the real Dads out there. If u not taking care of your Kids #killyoself
Luda and Dad
In addition to posting the picture of he and his daughter, Ludacris also posted this old picture of him and his now deceased father, Wayne. Ludacris lost his father back in 2007 to cancer.
R.I.P. Wayne Bridges #happyfathersday
What a dreamboat! New dad and box office darling Channing Tatum flexes his leading man good looks on the cover of Vanity Fair. He’s dubbed “An Action Hero Who Can Act” in the July issue, but the in-demand star is clearly focused on his new role as adoring dad. Channing and his wife Jenna Dewan-Tatum announced the birth of their baby daughter Everly, born on May 31. The adoring dad says that he wants to take a freestyle approach to parenthood. Above all, he just wants to be a good friend to his little lady:
“I don’t know anyone who did have perfect parents. It’s provided me with lessons I’ll try to improve upon when I’m up to bat. I’m just going to be a good friend to my kid. One thing I definitely want to change is that whole ‘I don’t want you to make the same mistakes’ mentality. My dad didn’t have much money growing up; he didn’t have much of an education. He forced that on me, and I didn’t want it.”
What’s more, Channing poses in Jenna’s favorite look on her man, sweatpants and a wifebeater. Caught the “I love you” written on his sweats? We so love you too, Chan!
Check out photos from Channing’s Vanity Fair cover shoot too!
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Last Friday night a meteor swept across the skies of the East Coast, spawning sightings from Boston all the way down to Florida and leaving many folks pondering in what ways was this President Barack Obama’s fault.
Just last month in Russia, a meteor crossed the threshold into the atmosphere and landed in the city of Chelyabinsk. While nobody was killed, the impact of the meteor created powerful shock waves, which caused over one thousand injuries and millions in property damage. And just last Tuesday – three days before the East Coast meteor – NASA’s chief Charles Bolden made an appearance on the Hill before the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee and told lawmakers that they need to make “priority” adequate funding for detecting and characterizing near-Earth objects. And according to the Washington Post, at a House Committee meeting on asteroids, when NASA administrator Charles Bolden was asked if there was anything we could do if a meteor were to hit New York City in three weeks, he said, “Pray.” Clearly, this is just a sign of what is to come. We had our warnings about the type of calamity, which was bound to happen upon the election of the black guy as president of the United States including the GOP, who told us two years ago that the passage of Obamacare would bring the fire and brimstone down on our asses.
But who was listening outside of the Tea Party, the Republicans and those with memberships to Alex Jones radio? Hollywood, that’s who. According to Shadow and Act:
“You saw the first poster this morning; now here’s the first trailer for Roland Emmerich’s thriller “White House Down,” which stars Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum. In the film, Tatum stars as a Secret Service agent who tries to save the president when the White House is attacked. Jamie Foxx plays the President of the USA. Garcelle Beauvais, who co-starred with Jamie Foxx on his hit TV sitcom in the late 1990s (The Jamie Foxx Show), reunites with him here, playing his wife, the First Lady. Lance Reddick, Maggie Gyllenhaal, James Woods, Richard Jenkins and Joey King round out the cast for “White House Down,” a film that Tatum’s Iron Horse Entertainment company is executive producing.
If you recall, Emmerich is also the man behind other disaster films such as Independence Day, 2012 and the Day After Tomorrow. This will make his second disaster film starring a black president; the first being Danny Glover as president Thomas Wilson in 2012 – coincidentally is the same year Obama won his second term as president. Sure that is just one director and there are plenty of films starring white presidents, which end in some sort cataclysm. However, a quick and mostly unscientific review of all the Hollywood productions starring a black POTUS reveals an unequal ratio of black presidents in films where the world is experiencing some major, sometimes intergalactic disaster and black presidents in films where the world, while pretty much jacked up, isn’t expected to end in some global doom.
Think I am exaggerating? Let’s consider the plots to the films The Fifth Element, 2012 and Deep Impact. Now let’s think about who was presiding at the helm as commander-in-Chief? That’s right a black man. Even when the world isn’t physically ending in a film, humanity as we know usually devolves into social ruin, perhaps even into slight retardation, when the black guy is in charge, as with the case of Terry Crews, who starred as President Camacho in the early-2000 cult classic Idiocracy.
And maybe Hollywood has a point: There certainly has been lots of suspicious stuff happening in the world since the reelection of Obama: Venezuela president Hugo Chavez passes away after a long battle with cancer; The pope quit his job, which is the first time this has happened in six centuries; coded reports of the dead rising back to life overseas began showing up on news stations across the Southwest; North Korea missile test and threats against the U.S.; the acceleration of global warming and its impact on the melting of the polar ice caps; and Showtime has announced that they are canceling “Dexter.” That’s my damn show! Whether it is coincidental or an intentioned prophecy, we can’t deny that they have been pretty consistent about what will ultimately befall the world for our disobedience of the natural order by letting people of color assume roles of political power. Or it could just be that Steve Harvey – for once in his life – had a point and Hollywood is pretty racist. And all of this catastrophic doom and gloom we see in movies could be just another example of how the industry refuses to take the idea of black leadership seriously.