NBA baller John Wall and Funkmaster Flex stopped by Foot Locker on 34th Street in Manahattan yesterday to premiere the new Reebok Zig Encore. During a Q&A session at the event, a fan came up to ask a question about Wall’s “Dougie” skills, then challenged him to a “Dougie Dance Off.”
Check out the behind-the-scenes footage on the set of R&B superstar Mary J. Blige’s music video “25/8,” which is the first single from her upcoming album “My Life II… The Journey Continues (Act I).”
Blige says ’25/8’ is about is about not having enough time to spend with someone. “It’s like the ultimate love when you’re having fun, time just seems to fly,” Blige explained.
Former supermodel and talk show host Tyra Banks stopped by the “Wendy Williams Show” and talked about her love life with her longtime boyfriend John Utendahl. Also, Banks reveals if she wants to get married and have kids with Utendahl.
Former NFL star turned CBS football analyst Michael Strahan goes on video backstage at the “Ellen Show” to give viewers an inside look on all the preparation that happens behind-the-scenes of the show.
Supermodel Iman made a guest appearance on “The Talk” to chat with the ladies about feeling beautiful inside and out, growing up in Somalia and being the first model to receive the “Rodeo Drive Walk of Style Awards.”
Reverend Al Sharpton, who is the host of MSNBC’s “Politics Nation,” invited movie mogul Tyler Perry to his talk show to honor his work and talk about his successful business empire.
The civil rights leader lashed out at Perry’s black haters, and thanked him for creating jobs for many black actors who have been ignored by main stream Hollywood.
Stanford Law Professor Ralph Richard Blanks, the author of the new controversial book, “Is Marriage for White People?,” tells ABC News that single black females should find husbands outside their race.