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Tonight has got me feeling mad nostalgic, I came across this song and instantly went back to childhood spending my summers at an overnight Jewish camp in the Poconos of Pennsylvania; it was totally friggin awesome! Usually I was the only girl the color of nutmeg in my bunk but can I say those summers were dope?! I wouldn’t change my childhood for the world, I am who I am because of those summers and the fact that I can hear Nirvana and it takes me back… it makes me feel damn good. I love the fact that I am so fuqqin culturally exposed and well rounded! My future munchkins will be too ;)
Beyoncé Covers “Harper’s Bazaar” For November Issue
Harper’s Bazaar’s November issue. In the interview, the sexy (and preggo) superstar opens up about being a mother. Yes, that is all people are inquiring about these days. However, she also expresses a rare moment of complete candor about her relationship with Jay–surprisingly refreshing. And you’ll never guess who her style inspiration is. Hint: ‘Ye likes her too!
NEW MUSIC VIDEO: BEYONCE “COUNTDOWN” (FULL VERSION)
I’ve seen this on the premiere day (last Thursday) and been meaning to post it! So darn busy, its a bit of beauty as usually with more storyline! Taken out the film ‘Funny Girl’ w/ Audrey Hepburn I ❤ but then a again I am a Bey fan till the end, LOL enjoy!! xox
I’m so happy its about TIME!!!! Go Eddie, regardless of useless civilian critics this man is a comedic genius and deserves his time on stage with old Oscar like the likes of Whoopie, Billie and the last year mess of a show a’ la Anne Hathaway & James Franco LOL!
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Eddie Murphy is hosting the Oscars.
Academy Awards producers Brett Ratner and Don Mischer say the actor and comedian will host the 84th annual Oscar ceremony.
Ratner called the 50-year-old entertainer “a comedic genius; one of the greatest and most influential live performers ever.” Mischer called Murphy “a truly groundbreaking performer” whose “quick wit and charisma will serve him very well as Oscar host.”
This will be Murphy’s first time hosting the Academy Awards. He was nominated for an Oscar in 2006 for his supporting role in “Dreamgirls.”
Murphy said in a statement Tuesday that he is “enormously honored” to join the ranks of past Academy Awards hosts such as Johnny Carson, Bob Hope, Billy Crystal, Steve Martin and Whoopi Goldberg.