Check out this pretty awesome clip of Cher Lloyd pulling her X Factor mentor, Cheryl Cole, on stage with her while performing Turn My Swag On during the reality contestant's homecoming gig in Malvern (above)!
We love that these two seem to really have a genuine friendship!
And our Chezza really busts out the big dance moves, obviously! LOLz!
The limited series, hosted by Cyrus, will feature surprise returns of military servicemen and women. Each person will share their personal story and be capped off with their homecomings, complete with raw, unfiltered emotion.
Eileen O’Neill, President & GM, TLC, said:
“HOMECOMING extends TLC’s focus on authentic and relatable life experiences. We look forward to honoring our service men and women, and celebrating in the unmatched moment when a they are reunited with their families."
TLC will air three hour-long episodes in Spring 2011.
Lil Wayne is a free man, and this Sunday, he'll celebrate his freedom in style!
Party planner Colin Cowie is putting together a royal-themed homecoming event for Weezy. Cowie's decor will feature many burgundies and purples, and the menu will include kobe burgers, jumbo shrimp, truffled mac and cheese, and rose champagne.
The party will take place on Sunday in Miami, and the massive guest list will include Drake, Jay Sean, Kevin Rudolf, and Cash Money Records CEO Bryan "Birdman" Williams.
Enjoy yourself, Weezy…but seriously, stay out trouble!
How would U celebrate if U had just gotten out of prison?
A young transgender teen in Michigan was stripped of his title as Homecoming King after the school decided he didn't "qualify."
The teen, who friends refer to as Oak, has until now felt the complete support of his choice to be transgender. Teachers use him or he when calling on Oak in class and he is permitted to wear a tuxedo while performing in the marching band. When he started his campaign on Facebook to be crowned homecoming king, the response was massive, the whole school rallying behind him.
But then, last Monday, the principal called Oak into her office to announced that all of his votes were "invalid" because he had enrolled in the school as a female. The district apparently feels that the choices for homecoming royalty should remain " a boy for king and a girl for queen."
Despite the ruling of the district, a wonderful thing happened to prove to Oak that he was worth of the title. His classmates started a Facebook group called "Oak Is My King" and people from around the school and world have joined to show their support. On October 1st, the group encourages students to wear shirts with the phrase "Oak Is My King" to prove to administrators that they made a mistake.
Check out the video above to learn more about Oak and his story!
He's got a lot of friends in his corner! He should really be thankful for that!