The View” co-host Sherri Shepherd got the boot last night on â€œDancing With the Stars,” in the most-shocking elimination of the season. Sherri called the experience an â€œamazing adventureâ€ and urged her fans to take risks and keep challenging themselves.
â€œIf you donâ€™t go towards the thing you fear, you wonâ€™t be able to say you lived. Even if you fail, I got voted off, I wanted the ride to continue, but I got to say, I did it,â€ Shepherd said today on â€œGood Morning America.â€ â€œThe thing that you fear in your stomach â€¦ run towards it. I absolutely believe that.â€ READ MORE
Montell Jordan says he’s up to date on his taxes. The former R&B star tells TMZ that he’s paid the more than 600-thousand dollars he owes from 1999 to 2001. Last month, the IRS filed a Federal Tax Lien against the “This Is How We Do It” singer claiming they had yet to receive their money. Montell, however, says he paid the debt years ago by selling his music catalog. He explains that the money is currently frozen in an account administered by the U.S. Trustee Program. Jordan filed for bankruptcy in 2004, and is currently fighting some of the IRS penalties that he’s incurred. Montell says he expects his money to be released to the IRS in the next few weeks when he’s done negotiating over the penalties.
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Nicki Minaj says she’s tired of being compared to Lady Gaga.Â The hip-hop diva was on ABC’s “Nightline” on Monday where she said there are plenty of differences between her and the pop superstar. READ MORE
Juvenile says he still believes he’s the biological father of his 13-year-old son. The rapper explains to TMZ that he requested a paternity test in his ongoing custody battle as a “procedural step” to get custody of his kid. READ MORE
Former Bad Boy Records rapper G. Dep says the man he’s accused of killing isn’t the man he shot nearly two decades ago. Opening statements in the emcee’s case got under way on Tuesday, with G. Dep’s defense team arguing that their client didn’t kill John Henkel in October of 1993. G. Dep, whose real name is Trevell Coleman, made headlines in 2009 when he walked into a Harlem precinct and admitted to shooting a man nearly 20 years ago. Authorities eventually tied him to Henkel’s murder. According to the “New York Post,” G. Dep’s lawyers argued on Tuesday that Henkel wasn’t the man that G. Dep had shot. READ MORE