"And then ask him to eat your a**," she told Sway In The Morning host Tracy G in a recent interview.
Former Wide receiver and Three time super bowl winner Jerry Rice was assembled a list of some of the greatest Super Bowl moments. Rice joins went on “CBS This Morning” to discuss his new book. It’s called “50 Years, 50 Moments: The Most Unforgettable Plays in Super Bowl History.” Check out his interview below! […]
Ray Lewis has written a new Memoir called “I Feel Like Going On: Life, Game, and Glory”. It talks about some of the controversies in his life, how he became who he is today and how he found threw his way threw the trails and tribulations of life.
Jacque Reid goes inside her story with the daughter of TD Jakes about overcoming tragedy in her new book, “Lost and Found”. Sarah Jakes was pregnant…
Via: newsone.com In August, gymnast Gabrielle Douglas made millions worldwide fall in love with her, after she flew through the air with her wide smile and bright eyes and nabbed the most-coveted gold medal at the London Olympics. On Tuesday, Douglas’ new memoir, “Grace, Gold & Glory: My Leap of Faith,” will be released, providing […]
In an interview with eurweb.com, Wyclef Jean revisited his failed 2010 Presidential campaign in his homeland of Haiti. Of the situation, the musician states, ” You basically can keep singing and keep dancing, keep producing the records and making peoples hips shake around. But when it comes to this policy and legislation we don’t want you […]
Via: defendernetwork.com Howard Rosenman, the producer-writer of the original 1976 “Sparkle” and executive producer of Sony’s 2012 remake starring Whitney Houston, tells The Hollywood Reporter that a novelization of the movie’s story was sold six weeks ago to Simon & Schuster. The book will be released Aug. 7, 10 days before the film opens. The […]
http://www.blackamericaweb.com/?q=articles/entertainment/blak_music_month/26046 If you’re waiting for a Janet Jackson memoir full of personal revelations, her new book, “True You,” written with David Ritz, isn’t it. Jackson lets you know that right up front, stating clearly that this is not her autobiography, but a “journey” of love and self-acceptance that she’s sharing with her readers.