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Kendal Jenner:Material Girl




Kendal Jenner- 18yrs old purchase a 1.4 Million Condo in Los Angeles California Congratulations!

Kim & Kanye: North’s First Fashion Pictorial!

10152537_300827666708480_1313611928_nKim Kardashian & Kanye West with baby North at their Vouge photo shoot.

kendall Jenner Vs. Everybody!


Blondies Farewell: The Last Supreme


Philip Seymour Hoffman: The Herion Diaries…..

According to the New York Times, Philip Hoffman “perhaps the most ambitious and widely admired American actor of his generation…died Sunday at an apartment in Greenwich Village. He was 46.” The Times said, “Investigators found a syringe in his left forearm, at least two plastic envelopes with what appeared to be heroin near where his body was found in a bathroom, and five empty plastic envelopes in a trash bin, a law-enforcement official said.”
I spent a number of years in d…rug prevention work and learned why so many addicts tragically overdose. Whenever we place anything in our bodies, whether it’s food, liquid, or drugs, we exercise faith (trust).
However, the problem with illegal substances is that there’s no regulation.  Pushers can double or triple their profit by splicing heroin (or whatever) with another similar-looking substance. That’s what often causes the death of so many.
The news media are ready with their obituaries when an older celebrity dies, but they scramble when someone younger suddenly passes into eternity. They are ready because they probably believe the old maxim that only two things in life are sure: death and taxes. But that’s not true. Plenty of people avoid taxes. Nobody avoids death.

Vintage Black Glamour: By Nichelle Gainer


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I want to thank everyone who has expressed interest in my book and, at long last, I am happy to give you some book news! The book is scheduled to be published in Spring 2014 and starting today, you can visit and …register your interest in the book.

Registering is different from pre-ordering (available starting early February). My publisher, Rocket 88 an imprint of London-based Essential Works, has created this website to establish the level in interest in the book. After you register you will be contacted by email in early 2014 with further details about the book and, if you wish, you may pre-order the book at that time. Once again, thank you so much! More links are in the comment section ~ Nichelle Gainer

Vintage Black Glamour by Nichelle Gainer (Spring 2014, Essential Works/Rocket 88 books).

Vintage Black Glamour is a forthcoming book (Spring 2014, Essential Works/Rocket 88 Books) and visual tribute to some of the glamorous, accomplished and often groundbreaking black women – legendary and obscure – of the 20th century.

Juanita Moore:October 19, 1914-January 1, 2014



Juanita Moore (October 19, 1914 – January 1, 2014) was an American film, television, and stage actress. She was the fifth African American to be nominated for an Academy Award in any category, and the third in the Supporting Actress category at a time when only a single African American had won an Oscar. Her most famous role was as Annie Johnson in the movie Imitation of Life (1959).


Born in Los Angeles in 1914, Moore was a chorus girl at the Cotton Club before becoming a film extra while working in theater. After making her film debut in Pinky (1949),[1] she had a number of bit parts and supporting roles in motion pictures through the 1950s and 1960s. However, her role in Imitation of Life (1959), a remake, as housekeeper Annie Johnson, whose daughter Sarah Jane (Susan Kohner) passes for white, won her a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She was also nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for the role.[2] When the two versions of Imitation of Life were released together on DVD, the earlier film was released in 1934, one of the bonus features was a new interview with Juanita Moore.

Moore continued to perform in front of the camera, with a role in the movie Disney’s The Kid (2000) and guest-starring roles on television shows Dragnet, Marcus Welby, M.D., ER and Judging Amy.

On April 23, 2010, a new print of Imitation of Life (1959) was screened at the TCM Film Festival in Los Angeles, to which Moore and co-star Kohner were invited. After the screening, the two women appeared on stage for a question-and-answer session hosted by TCM’s Robert Osborne. Moore and Kohner received standing ovations.

Moore was married for 50 years to Charles Burris; he died in 2001. He was a Los Angeles bus driver and, although she was a frequent passenger, she had stepped out in front of his approaching bus to cross the street to a local bar, hoping to find someone to study for the Inès Serrano role in the play No Exit—Serrano was a lesbian, and Moore was unfamiliar with the lifestyle. She and Burris married a few weeks later.

Her grandson is actor/producer Kirk Kelley-Kahn, who is CEO/President of “Cambridge Players – Next Generation”, a theatre troupe whose founding members included Moore, Esther Rolle, Helen Martin, Lynn Hamilton and Royce Wallace.[

Moore died at her home in Los Angeles on January 1, 2014, from natural causes. She was 99 years old.

15 Most Shocking Celebrity Conspiracy Theories



15. Solange- According to Beyonce theorists, Solange is  actually Bey’s daughter. This means that apparently, Beyonce is 37-years  old (rather than 32) and had Solo at 14, in order to cover up the  scandal and Tina Knowles and then-husband Matthew Knowles claimed  Solange as their own. We’ll have to mark this as the most ridiculous  celebrity conspiracy theory we’ve heard yet.

14. Eminem- Hip  Hop heads raised their brows following the violent 2006 death of D12′s  Proof, who died of four gunshots following an altercation outside a  Detroit pool hall. Oddly enough, collaborator and friend Eminem foretold  the event in a music video a year prior launching a bunch of conspiracy  theories that Proof’s death was in sacrifice for Eminem/D12′s fame.

13. Amanda Bynes- During the initial stages of Amanda Bynes’  well-documented public meltdown displayed in 140 characters via Twitter,  the actress’ string of photos and erratic tweets confused the world.  Some alleged that the actress was faking a meltdown in order to get  publicity. Rumors of Bynes’ fabricated breakdown went into overdrive  after she was jailed for throwing a bong out of her Times Square  apartment. Although Bynes is now in psychiatric care, theories that her  stint in a private rehab is a part of a media stunt still loom.

12. Lil Wayne- Rumors have been circulating for years that  Lil Wayne hires ghostwriters who remain uncredited to edit and add  additional bars to his tracks. Allegedly, an artist named Gillie the Kid  claims to have written “pretty much all” of the cuts on Wayne’s debut album, The Carter 1.  Weezy’s protege Drake is also said to have a hand at ghostwriting  tracks for his boss but Drizzy has refused to confirm or deny such  rumors.

11. M.I.A.- M.I.A. unleashed her inner whistleblower  during an interview with Nylon in 2010, where she said both Facebook and  Google were developed by the CIA set on tracking people’s movements and  lives. The outspoken rapper went on to say that “all governments are  connected to Google, governments can shift their search engines so only  what they want you to see comes up.”

10. Kurt Cobain- According to a report filed by the Seattle  Police Department, Kurt Cobain’s dead body was found at the scene three  days after he reportedly committed suicide. That hasn’t stopped  theorists from side-eying the story based on evidence that include a  note with two different handwritings, and an obscene amount of h-eroine  in his system that wouldn’t allow most people the ability to operate a  firearm. The gun did not have any fingerprints, and there was no  gunpowder residue found on the late singer’s hands.

9. Alicia Keys- During an interview back in 2008, Alica  Keys revealed she believed Tupac and Biggie were both assassinated in a  government and media ploy to “stop another great black leader from  existing.” She went on to say that hardcore hip hop was another plan to  “convince black people to kill each other.”

8. Britney Spears- Who can forget Britney Spears’ breakdown in  2007?! The memorable meltdown is said to be one big cover-up created by  the Bush administration in an attempt to turn the public’s attention  away from the government’s actions overseas and glued to gossip blogs.

7. Khloe Kardashian- Khloe Kardashian has been rumored to have a  different biological father than her sisters, Kim and Kourtney.  According to theorists, Robert Kardashian isn’t Khloe’s father since  Kris was having an affair while they were married. The rumors were  brought on up the family’s reality show, and while Kris Jenner confirms  she did cheat on her then-husband, she has slammed the rumors that Khloe  is fathered by another man.

6. Bob Marley- In 1981, Bob Marley died at the age 36  after battling with melanoma. According to conspiracy theorists, the CIA  felt threatened by his political beliefs being spread throughout the  world, and it’s been wildly speculated that the CIA secretly gave him  the disease by putting poison in his boots in attempt to shut down Marley’s influence.

5. Kanye West & Taylor Swift- The most brow raising moment in VMA history  may have been a preplanned stunt devised by MTV, Kanye West and Taylor  Swift. The two megastars who share the same agent allegedly wanted to  drum up some press around the event, whether it be good or bad, in  Kanye’s case…really bad. Meanwhile, MTV was more focused on  regaining relevancy surrounding the VMAs after suffering from a decline  in ratings. Obviously, the stunt worked out really well for MTV, and  Beyonce, who let Swift deliver her speech after winning Video of The Year of “Single Ladies.”

4. Katie Holmes- Tom Cruise’s marriage with Katie Holmes was  rumored to be fake, so naturally her pregnancy with their daughter Suri  Cruise was also widely panned as fraudulent, especially when photos of  her baby bump appeared to dramatically fluctuate in size throughout her  pregnancy. In some photos her stomach would be very visible, while in  others Holmes’ baby bump seemingly vanished. Theorists suggested that  Suri was born much earlier than Cruise and Holmes previously announced,  and that Katie wore a prosthetic baby bump to throw off baby bump  watchers.

3. Tom Cruise- Tom Cruise has long been the subject of odd  Hollywood conspiracy theories, including the rumor that the Church of  Scientology auditioned some of Hollywood’s hottest starlets for the  coveted role of Mrs. Tom Cruise. In September 2012, Vanity Fair  published an eye-opening account of the audition process said to include  Scarlett Johansson, Lindsay Lohan and Cruise’s ex-wife Katie Holmes.  The length of their marriage, perks the actress would be given (better  roles, magazine covers, etc) and more were exposed. Reps for Cruise and  the Church of Scientology have both slammed the allegations.

2. Kim Kardashian & Kanye West- Before Kim Kardashian’s divorce with Kris  Humphries was finalized, she began dating Kanye West. After four months  of dating Kanye announced Kim was pregnant with the rapper’s child. In July, Kimye fans were shocked to learn that Kim Kardashian had delivered her daughter, North West five weeks earlier than the date that she previously announced. According to theorists, the early delivery was not so much a surprise to Kardashian, who allegedly lied about her due date because she was embarrassed by how quickly she got pregnant after getting together with West.

1. Beyonce- After Beyonce announced her pregnancy at  the MTV VMAs, the public’s reaction to the news went from excitement to  suspicion. First, the Internet began to speculate over whether or not  the size of her belly and her term matched up, then following the third  trimester, during an Australian  interview, the fabric of her dress created a fold that gave the  impression her belly was deflating. Rumors of Beyonce wearing a fake  baby bump, while the real woman who was carrying Blue Ivy had been sent  to live in secrecy ran wild.  On a scale of 1 to ridiculous, we’re going with the latter.

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