What happens when you gather five smart, high-powered, funny, self-made women together for lunch at Hotel Bel-Air’s Wolfgang Puck restaurant? You get a lot of laughs and great conversation—especially when the guests in question are the women of CBS’ The Talk. How did the idea for the show come up? I felt like women needed this sense of connection with girlfriends, which was missing in our culture. The more technological and career-minded people get, it seems like they get further apart. So I wanted the show to serve as a connection for people and feel like we were a group of their girlfriends. And then you called Julie? I It was a dream for me to get Julie involved. With her news background, I knew that she’d be able to be a great leader and moderator on the show, but I also knew that people saw her in a particular way, and it was interesting to see who the person was behind that “Chen-bot. The main thing that appealed to me was, being a new mom, I wanted to talk to other moms about motherhood.

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Posted by Kyle on Sunday, They have been one of the most greatest bands ever. They also have came up with alot of amazing songs, and there still coming up with more. Posted by Rebecca on Monday, Posted by Kiti on Monday, It can cut either way, so it is not determinative. For instance, The Velvet Underground, a RRHOF inductee and acknowledged as one of the most important and influential bands in rock history, didn’t sell many records at all when they were together. They often didn’t even fill clubs, much less arenas or stadiums.

Yet there they are, and nobody could seriously argue that they don’t belong there just because they didn’t sell a lot of records.

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Everything about The Ronettes always teetered on the blissful edge of too much — too-tight dresses, too-bountiful beehives, too-heavy eyeliner drawn to a razor-sharp wing, and Fabulous Ronettes is an overflowing platter. But whoah-oh-oh is what passion sounds like, when transcends the capacity of language. Her humility, talent and sense of style influenced generations of Latinos enamored with and overwhelmed with pride of their culture — a culture often perceived to be less than.

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Steve ‘Flash’ Juon Here’s a safe prediction: These days, those are the two surest ways to score a crossover hit as a rapper from the West or the South. Ludacris took no chances with having his major label sophomore album slump – he used both. Well hey, it worked for Petey Pablo and Bubba Sparxxx right? And you really can’t fault the choice here, because Timbaland hooks up some horny horn sounds not heard since “Shut Up” by Trick Daddy.

Despite making some predictable choices to spur album sales, one should be thankful that Ludacris has no “What’s Ya Fantasy Part II” on this album. The topic matter is pretty standard fare for this rapper though: Freaky girls trying to front like virgins get their cards pulled on “She Said”, “Move Bitch” featuring Mystikal is an anthem for drinking and fighting, and “Saturday Oooh!

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He had been working diligently on a story about Sean Combs and his groundbreaking work with Mary J. Bilge, Jodeci, Heavy D and other acts on the powerhouse label. All was good, we were hot, and the young genius known as Puff Daddy was in our first issue. Butch Belair To our credit, we continued with the piece in the inaugural issue, showing Puff in his brash, bossy and shirtless glory. The future for the young entrepreneur was bright, but not sparkly, as he has constantly been met with drama and severe loss during his journey.

G and himself looking at serious jail time at one point. Yet, surviving the times is what Combs does best. Puff took a pass that was played by Quincy and Def Jam Records founder Russell Simmons, and added a whole new direction to infuse the culture. Scott Poulson-Bryant Photographs By: Before Andre Harrell fired Puff Daddy, there was another story.

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He’s got a pilot in the works for the WB. As long as Mom isn’t watching TV, they’re cool. But Bellamy, the comic who invented the phrase “booty call,” is a guy who figures he has a few more appearances on the music network coming. Now that he’s a “name,” he’s more than happy to go back to the place that launched him for old times’ sake.

I knew MTV was not a place where I could stay the rest of my life. It’s a springboard to other things. But I loved the travel, the chance to interview some of the greatest musicians and actors in the world. The real dream was to go from interviewing these people to working with them, and that dream has come true.

But Tom Cruise, Bill Bellamy-style. They do their movies and go home. I get to host spring break, or do a live show in a club, and I get close to the people. I like stepping out of that screen, not being totally isolated.

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Writer-director-producer-actor James Bond III made his low budget story of a vampire in the dating scene in New York, with Troma coming in to give him finishing funds. So Lloyd Kaufman provides an introduction with some fun trivia on the crappily transferred 20th Anniversary Edition DVD, including that he had to take over as cinematographer for one of the climactic scenes. Bond says this is the first and still only horror film with an entirely black cast. He has lamps shaped like film cameras and movie lights, which seem like something a kid who wants to be Steven Spielberg when he grows up would have in his bedroom.

Rising star Tiffany Haddish said “Def Comedy Jam” provided an outlet for female comics that didn’t exist elsewhere. She got her break on the show in

Underwood has gained national recognition in comedy, television, politics, and philanthropy. She is a member of the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame. She and her twin sister were premature and placed in an incubator shortly after birth; her twin died soon afterward. Underwood has two other siblings: Frankie, who has developmental delays, requires around-the-clock care, which was provided for years by Underwood and her brother.

Underwood moved to Atwater, California, and graduated from high school. She also served in the Air Force Reserves. She revealed that she was raped between her college graduation and her military service. She married her husband, Michael, after dating for four years. Underwood stated that Michael suffered from clinical depression and died from suicide in after three years of marriage.

Underwood began her comedy career as the first female finalist in the Miller Light Comedy Search. Underwood owns and operates Pack Rat Productions, Inc. She has been featured in Ebony, Essence, People, and other media outlets.

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