It's your award, so cry if you want to!!!
Jennifer Lopez has been crying a lot lately when receiving career accolades!
So, the faboosh mama decided to keep with the teary theme when she was given the Premios Juventud World Icon (Icono Mundial) Award for her role in the entertainment industry!
The vid is obvi all in Spanish (duh!), but for our english only readers, the mega-star cried and said:
Nicki Minaj in a design meeting is everything you would expect her to be!
She brings sass, glamor, and her voluptuous good looks to the table. And just like her last preview video of her Kmart line, we can tell Her Minajesty knows EXACTLY what her Barbz want!
Don't believe us? Watch Nicki with the peeps of Kmart in the clip (above) to see what will be hitting stores this fall!
See anything U like???
NOBODY messes with Oprah!
But we guess Rae Dawn Chong didn't get that memo because the actress recently unleashed on her one-time The Color Purple costar.
And girlfriend didn't hold back one bit as she unleashed on Queen O like it's her job!
While appearing on Matty P's Radio Happy Hour, Rae Dawn started off easy but then bit into O by revealing she felt Oprah was competitive with her and stopped being nice to her after they worked together.
And then the convo took a turn for the worse…way worse. Rae Dawn said:
It certainly sounds like Kris Humphries has a type!!
The Boston Celtics power forward's ex-girlfriend apparently has a sex tape on the horizon, and we're NOT talking about Kim Kardashian!
An insider revealed that Myla Sinanaj has teamed up with Vivid and reputedly has a naughty video coming to a computer near you soon!
Detroit filed for bankruptcy on Thursday under Chapter 9 protection, following a budget deficit of over $380 million.
The Motor City has had major financial troubles over the last few years, due to several reasons, including a large population decrease — but hope still remained when the state brought in bankruptcy expert Kevin Orr.
Though Kevin tried to propose and implement a plan to restructure Detroit’s current system, his difficulties in doing so, coupled with the city’s inherent problems led to the state-appointed emergency manager’s file for bankruptcy.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder wrote: