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The gloating Fresh Prince Of Bel legend wrote on Facebook: 'Getting Jaden Smith ready for the first day of filming #Life In AYear...maybe I should’ve used scissors?!
'It will be the third time the father and son team have starred together, as they previously acted opposite one another The Pursuit of Happyness in 2006 and the woeful After Earth in 2013.
At its height, her column was syndicated in more than 75 newspapers worldwide, including the met with the grande dame of dish to discuss Oprah Winfrey, Barbara Walters, Madonna, Barry Diller and life in the gossip trenches. I went to see him after they fired me and I asked for my job back.
I believe the last time I interviewed you was exactly 23 years ago. was viciously outing me as a lesbian for two years. He was very sweet and complimentary and finally he said, "Well, you know, it's an editorial thing, Liz. But then he said he was sorry and kissed me on the cheek, and that was that. You've got to remember I had worked for the , so I was never completely accepted. I was this goofy starstruck kid, so in love with Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers that I couldn't see straight.
(Don’t worry the court ordered that she become a ward of the state until she could legally change it.)Most people, black people included, take the power to determine what a child will be called very seriously.
Black people, always known for setting trends, have a legacy of naming their children something unique (if not the word “Unique” itself). In the 1960s, black parents were deciding to do away with the traditional, European names in favor of celebrating African tradition or creating and blending their own new sounds.
Naming your child is an important task that shouldn’t be taken lightly.
This is the name people will call your little bundle for the rest of his or her life…Unless it’s so terrible that they have to change it– like in the case of 9 year old New Zealand girl named Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii.
So while we know the history behind such “interesting” names, there are still some that just give us pause.
Check out this list of names that just do way too much and not enough at the same time.
Not since the glory days of Walter Winchell has a gossip columnist been as powerful — or as widely read — as she was. And I don't think it had anything to do with Murdoch himself.