Radio heroine turned talk show diva Wendy Williams is covering the upcoming May 2011 issue of ESSENCE magaizine…with double covers! It’s their first ever “Gilfriends issue,” and who better to be the face than the chick most of us have been “friends in our head” with for years.
We’ve got Wendy’s double covers–shot by photographer Derek Blanks
Maybe the cross-country traveling and being a mom to a pre-teen boy and a wife and shooting 2 shows at once was a bit much for Mrs. Wendy. She was voted off “DWTS” last night. But she says she’s extremely proud to have done it–despite being bogged down with being every woman at the same time. READ MORE
Ms. Minaj had the pleasure of being one of the features on Elle’s April issue. The April issue specifically embraced women in music. Nicki Minaj strikes a bold pose, wearing a Mark Fast knit minidress and Maison Martin Margiela bodysuit, in a black-and-white photo. In the interview, hip-hopâ€™s reigning diva speaks about competing with her male peers and how she visions herself the lead in the pack. READ MORE
Drake made a surprise appearance during the Washington, D.C. stop on Lil Wayne’s “I Am Still Music” tour, performing several songs with his mentor, and addressing the rumors that he had split from his Young Money crew.
“I know ya’ll know a few months ago I was locked up and s–t, but it was people like Drake and people like y’all that made me feel like I wasn’t even there, so I appreciate that s–t. I really do. I just wanted you to miss me while I was gone!”
Tank recently had the opportunity to perform on the Wendy Williams show. There he revealed that he was under new management which explains all the positive and productive press he has been receiving since the release of his latest album entitled “Now or Never”. His new manager happens to be Manny, former manager of the hit making song-tress Keyshia Cole.
While on the Wendy Williams Show, I observed a fresh and revitalizing energy from Tank, I could imagine that being so, having the right people in your corner and who solely have your best interest at heart, is a major key to the success in the music industry especially while the industry is so fragile right now. READ MORE
Chris Brown apparently has an ally in comedienne Rosie O’Donnell. During Monday’s broadcast of her Sirius XM show, O’Donnell said that Brown is being held “to a different standard than anyone else.” O’Donnell also said there was a racial element to some of the negative press Brown has received, noting that he probably felt more comfortable speaking with Robin Roberts during his now infamous “Good Morning America” interview. O’Donnell continued to defend the singer following her show, telling fans on Twitter, quote,
Star Jones isnâ€™t holding back her public opinions to just for the sake of possibly running one of Donald’s Trumps Fortune 500 companies.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, the former prosecutor and co-host of â€œThe Viewâ€ takes aim at Donald Trump, who has been promoting the NBC series by questioning President Obamaâ€™s birth certificate during every media appearance and refusing to say if he will run for president himself. READ MORE
Khloe and Lamar or â€œKhlamarâ€ as many may refer to them, are a DASHing young couple whose drive, determination, and love for one another are the driving force behind each otherâ€™s success. As we all embark upon the upcoming and highly anticipated television show Khloe and Lamar (which debuts April 10th on E!), we at Fearless Magazine are eagerly excited to premiere the powerful couple on the cover of the Spring issue of the magazine. READ MORE
Rihanna has come forth with a heart of forgiving, for her ex-boyfriend who confused her head with a punching bag in 2009. In the new issue of “Rolling Stone” magazine, due out Friday, Rihanna says Chris Brown shouldn’t suffer professionally just because he beat her. The singer explains her decision to relax a restraining order against her former boyfriend, saying what Chris did was a “personal thing” and had “nothing to do with his career.” READ MORE