Kanye West is hitting the road once again!
Calling into Steve Harvey's morning radio show, Yeezy said:
[Image via WENN.]
We are so inspired by their story!
Pink Plate — started by Chere Rush, Heather McCullough, Deborah Bordeau, Carla Kimbal, and Heather Solari — is an organization selling specialized California license plates to raise money for breast cancer awareness!
The women — who are all breast cancer survivors — are on a mission to educate the public about early detection, and to help all those affected by this disease.
All funds generated will go to Every Woman Counts (EWC), which provides free breast exams and mammograms to those in need.
However, in order for all of this to happen, Pink Plate needs 7500 pre-orders to get the campaign going!
You can order a plate HERE!
Please donate to this Ah-Mazing cause! You won't regret it!
[Image via Pink Plate.]
Camille Grammer is going through A LOT!
According to the Daily Mail, Camille is suffering from PTSD in addition to anxiety and depression following an alleged violent incident with her ex Dimitri Charalambopoulos. Per Camille's word, Dimitri assaulted her in a Texas hotel room back in 2013 while she recovered from a hysterectomy.
Shortly after a grand jury dismissed Grammer's claims in court, her ex fought back with a defamation suit which is currently ongoing. While C.G. has defeated some of D.C.'s counter-claims, there are still aspects of the defamation case she still needs to fight with the help of her psychiatrist Dr. Bethany Tucker.
Per Ms. Tucker's deposition, she revealed the reality star currently takes Lexapro and other anxiety medication due to the physical abuse she suffered at the hands of Dimitri. Bethany also claimed Camille was physically and mentally abused by her ex-husband Kelsey Grammer.
In the doc's testimony, she alleged:
On Monday night, Sofia spoke to Entertainment Tonight about her Joe's recent health scare and how he's doing today. The update is a big relief considering the actor's hospitalization worried a lot of supportive fans.
Luckily for the Manganiello lovers out there, Vergara is happy to report her man is doing just fine following an appendix removal:
"He's OK. He had a little problem, but now he's good."
Phew! We were really concerned for a moment… especially since J.M. recently dropped out of his latest T.V. project, The Six!
Elaborating on what prompted the sexy celeb to publicly declare his love for his wife back on April 17, Vergara responded:
"I'm always very special with him, so it must have been one of my normal days. That's how I am."
Ha! We love how cheeky the Modern Family star is… we totally believe she's a very "special" wife!
Feel better, Joe! We're rooting for you!
[Image via Instagram.]
While Prince's death may've been unexpected to us, his chef Ray Roberts has since revealed that the Purple Rain singer was plagued with stomach pains and a sore throat in the months leading up to his passing.
As we previously reported, the music icon's death was confirmed on April 21 after he was found in his Minnesota home. Now the man who cooked for the A-lister for nearly three years is opening up on what Prince was like in the time before his death.
The cook shared:
More news is coming out about Prince's death.
And as the media is learning more and more, it sadly appears the superstar was struggling with using prescription medication, if the latest reports are to be believed.
TMZ is reporting that the Purple Rain singer passed up "at least eight" pharmacies close to his home in order to travel further to pick up prescription pills from a separate Walgreens the night before his death.
Apparently, Prince visited
Michael J. Fox should hopefully be enjoying his Friday after this news!
The Back To The Future actor revealed earlier today that he has finally gotten his apology from the tabloid that reported "disturbing B.S." about his health earlier this month.
In case you didn't know, the 54-year-old suffers from Parkinson's Disease, and even started his own foundation to fund research.
So on Thursday, the Globe and its publisher, American Media Inc., published the following statement in regards to their misinformed claims in their post:
"AMI apologizes to Michael J. Fox for an article about his health published in the April 4, 2016 issue of Globe. Mr. Fox continues to live a fulfilling, successful life and to be an optimistic beacon of unflagging hope and inspiration for people living with the challenges of Parkinson's. AMI regrets any implication to the contrary."
And MJF reacted on Twitter:
Very matter of fact.
Guess there isn't much to say now, but hopefully that's the last Fox will have to deal with frustrating stories like theirs.
[Image via WENN.]
We can't say we're entirely surprised…
On Friday, it was reported that Prince may've been obtaining prescriptions for painkillers from more than one doctor. Oh no!
According to members of the late icon's family, Prince was supposedly getting drugs from a close "personal friend," who was also a medical professional. Yikes!
As we previously reported, it's been said that the Purple Rain singer became addicted to