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Tyler Perry News Archive
Lookin' good, Tyler Perry!
The New Orleans native shared his progress and admitted he still has a little ways to go before reaching his goal. He penned:
"I'm 18 lbs away from my goal. I hope I don't blow it this holiday season. Gonna try to stay on it. It's hard as heck to lose weight after 40, but it's so worth it. It keeps the doctor away. Don't let anything keep you from being healthy and strong. I wish my mother had fought back. She turned diabetic at 40 and died at 64. Don't let that be you!! Fight back!!"
What an inspiring story!
We're happy to see Perry keeping at it despite whatever obstacles he may face:
Get Into The Holiday Spirit By Watching The Trailer For Mariah Carey's Hallmark Channel Movie A Christmas Melody!
Forget Glitter! This truly is Mariah Carey's masterpiece!
On Monday, the trailer for Mimi's Hallmark Channel movie A Christmas Melody was released, and we totally can't wait to watch it!
The Infinity singer doesn't just star in this instant classic… she's also the director!
Tyler Perry, eat your heart out!
In case you didn't know, the made-for-TV flick is about a music teacher (played by Miz Carey) who helps a young girl write a song for her town's Christmas variety show!
It also stars Lacey Chabert and Brennan Elliott.
A Christmas Melody airs Saturday, December 19 on Hallmark Channel!
In the mean time, ch-ch-check out the trailer (below)
Kylie Jenner is ready for her close-up!
While the 18-year-old has totally mastered the art of reality TV, the famous pouter might be ready to transition to the big screen!
Recently, the fashionista did a segment on her website called The Temperature where she told her millions of followers the last movie she watched (Horton Hears A Who), her favorite Kanye West song (Say You Will), and what she slept in last night (boxers and a tee).
However, the big revelation came when she was asked who was the last person she talked to on the phone.
Not surprisingly, it was momager Kris Jenner. But, what they talked about MIGHT shock you!
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Welp, that plan backfired.
The 28-year-old Fantastic Four star expressed his desire to blur the line between roles meant for certain races:
"I told my team after I finished Chronicle that I only want to go out for roles that were written for white characters. Me playing the role will make it what it is … Instead of taking something conceptually written for a black guy, I want the stuff that was written for a guy."
We can't blame him for wanting to play a variety of roles — right?
But for fans on Twitter, some commenters thought Mike forgot where he came from.
Remember: the actor gained a lot of traction in his career after his role playing Oscar Grant, a black man who was killed by transit police, in Fruitvale Station.
And an alleged Snapchat sent by Jordan with an "All Lives Matter" message didn't help.
Outrage ensued on social media, with fans and foes sharing:
Heartbreaking — Watch Tyler Perry's Touching Tribute Video From Bobbi Kristina Brown's Private Funeral
The filmmaker and close friend of the Houston-Brown family spoke at the August ceremony, and has understandably having a hard time dealing with her tragic passing at only 22-years-old.
On Friday, Perry released the emotional video on his Facebook, writing:
"The Houston estate asked if I would share this tribute that I put together for Bobbi Kristina's private funeral. On behalf of the Brown and Houston families, we would all like to thank you for your prayers and support. God bless."
The tribute starts with a quote from Bobbi Kristina and takes us through the years of her growing up, including pictures with her parents Bobby Brown and the late Whitney Houston — who's powerful song You Were Loved accompanied the photos.
Watch the touching yet heartbreaking tribute video (below):
Well… it's over.
Bobbi Kristina's funeral is now finished and despite some drama, mourners have paid their last respects to the young woman taken far too soon — including Whitney Houston, who was able to give her daughter one final, special goodbye.
According to sources, during the ceremony, members of both the Brown and Houston families spoke, as well as family friend Tyler Perry. And, Whitney's Jesus Loves Me was the final song played as the funeral came to a close.
Apparently, Bobby Brown — though not listed as a speaker for the event — also delivered a special message to Bobbi Kristina, writing in the program: