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Saturday, August 29, 2015


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12-track album features lead single “My Grace” (feat. Benita Washington), appearances by Bishop Paul S. Morton, VaShawn Mitchell, J.J. Hairston, and more
Nashville, TN (August 28, 2015) – The Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship Super Mass Choir creates an exalted sound and full-force live worship experience with the newly-released live album The Kingdom Sound, available today, Friday August 28th.  Bringing together the sounds of praise and worship teams from Full Gospel Baptist Fellowship churches across the country under one roof, The Kingdom Sound fires up the faith of listeners everywhere with a night of grand celebration and masterful music ministry presented on the 12-track album. 
Produced by award-winning hit artist VaShawn Mitchell, The Kingdom Sound was recorded live in Louisville, KY during the Full Gospel Baptist Fellowship Church National Convention at the Kentucky International Convention Center in 2013, and features appearances from esteemed award-winning artist and Full Gospel Baptist Church founder Bishop Paul S. Morton – who recently retired as the Church’s presiding bishop – on the song “Even Now,” and acclaimed gospel singer Benita Washington on the album’s lead single “My Grace,” whose voice brings alive a powerful dose of inspiration for listeners in finding strength to endure through life’s trials, with praise for God’s everlasting guidance, grace and mercy. 
Mitchell makes a featured appearance on “Grateful,” with additional appearances featuring chart-topping praise and worship artist J.J. Hairston on “Kingdom Sound,” the Full Gospel Youth Music Ministry on “Our God Reigns,” and more.  
The Kingdom Sound continues to build a strong musical legacy of hit music ministry since the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship was founded over 20 years ago by Bishop Paul S. Morton, which has grown nationally and internationally, making an impact with churches in thousands of locations, and bringing gospel, praise and worship music worldwide.
1.      Kingdom Sound (feat. J.J. Hairston & Qualesia “Q” Bullard)
2.      You Are God (feat. Kierre Lindsay)
3.      Victory (feat. Meachum L. Clarke & Marica Chisolm)
4.      My Grace (feat. Benita Washington)
5.      Grateful (feat. VaShawn Mitchell & Pastor Shamond Scales)
6.      No One Like You (feat. Tonya Baker)
7.      Till We Overflow (feat. Royce Mosley)
8.      Our God Reigns (feat. Full Gospel Youth Music Ministry)
9.      All In His Hands
10.  He Will Come Through (feat. Adrianne Lewis-Freeman)
11.  Even Now – Intro (feat. Group Therapy) with Bishop Paul S. Morton
12.  Even Now (feat. Group Therapy) with Bishop Paul S. Morton
The Kingdom Sound from the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship Super Mass Choir (Tehillah Music Group/Entertainment One Music) is available now:
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Full 2015 Video Music Awards Nominees /List

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Who'll take home the most Moon Men at the 2015 Video Music Awards? Will it be Taylor Swift, who has the most nods with 9 or the other multi-nominated artists such as Ed Sheeran (6), Beyoncé (4) or  Kendrick Lamar (4)? Fans may place their vote on the MTV site, which mean the winners may come down to who has the strongest an base. With Miley Cyrus helming the show as host, results and performances are all going down on August 30.

Putting the power completely in the hands of fans can be tricky.  The person who is most likely to have his or her face  on a postal stamp may not be the victor. VMA wins are not just about artist popularity, although all of them are immensely so. This competition is as much about fan club loyalty as it about the nominees themselves.  And those are some die-hard followers.  Beyoncé's Bee Hive, Swift's Swifties and Minaj's Barbs have made it known that they have no problem wielding their collective affection or wrath when deemed necessary.

It all goes down on Sunday, August 30 on MTV.

Take a look at the full list if he 2015 VMA nominees.

Beyoncé – “7/11” Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud” Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” Kendrick Lamar – “Alright”

Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud” Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” Kendrick Lamar – “Alright” The Weeknd – “Earned It” Nick Jonas – “Chains” BEST

Beyoncé – “7/11” Taylor Swift – “Blank Space” Nicki Minaj – “Anaconda” Sia – “Elastic Heart” Ellie Goulding – “Love Me Like You Do”

Fetty Wap – “Trap Queen” Nicki Minaj – “Anaconda” Kendrick Lamar – “Alright” Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth – “See You Again” Big Sean ft. E-40 – “IDFWU”

Beyoncé – “7/11” Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud” Taylor Swift – “Blank Space” Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” Maroon 5 – “Sugar”

Hozier – “Take Me To Church” Fall Out Boy – “Uma Thurman” Florence + the Machine – “Ship To Wreck” Walk the Moon – “Shut Up and Dance” Arctic Monkeys – “Why’d You Only Call Me When You’re High?”

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Fetty Wap – “Trap Queen” Vance Joy – “Riptide” George Ezra – “Budapest” James Bay – “Hold Back The River” FKA Twigs – “Pendulum”

Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth – “See You Again” Ariana Grande & The Weeknd – “Love Me Harder” Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj – “Bang Bang”

Jennifer Hudson – “I Still Love You” Colbie Caillat – “Try” Big Sean ft. Kanye West and John Legend – “One Man Can Change the World” Rihanna – “American Oxygen” Wale – “The White Shoes”

Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Charles Infante) Snoop Dogg – “So Many Pros” (Jason Fijal) Jack White – “Would You Fight For My Love” (Jeff Peterson) The Chemical Brothers – “Go” (Michel Gondry) Skrillex & Diplo – “Where Are U Now” with Justin Bieber (Brewer)

Beyoncé – “7/11” (Beyoncé, Chris Grant, Additional choreography: Gabriel Valenciano) OK Go – “I Won’t Let You Down” (OK Go, air:man and Mori Harano) Chet Faker – “Gold” (Ryan Heffington) Ed Sheeran – “Don’t” (Nappy Tabs) Flying Lotus ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Never Catch Me” (Keone and Mari Madrid)

Flying Lotus ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Never Catch Me” (Larkin Sieple) Ed Sheeran – “Thinking Out Loud” (Daniel Pearl) Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Christopher Probst) FKA Twigs – “Two Weeks” (Justin Brown) Alt-J – “Left Hand Free” (Mike Simpson)

BEST DIRECTION Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Joseph Kahn) Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars – “Uptown Funk” (Bruno Mars and Cameron Duddy) Kendrick Lamar – “Alright” (Colin Tilley & The Little Homies) Hozier – “Take Me To Church” (Brendan Canty, Conal Thomson) Childish Gambino – “Sober” (Hiro Murai)

BEST EDITING Beyoncé – “7/11” (Beyoncé, Ed Burke, Jonathan Wing) Ed Sheeran – “Don’t” (Jacquelyn London) Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Chancler Haynes at Cosmo Street) A$AP Rocky – “L$D” (Dexter Navy) Skrillex & Diplo – “Where Are U Now” with Justin Bieber (Brewer)

BEST VISUAL EFFECTS Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar – “Bad Blood” (Ingenuity Studios) FKA Twigs – “Two Weeks” (Gloria FX, Tomash Kuzmytskyi, and Max Chyzhevskyy) Childish Gambino – “Telegraph Ave.” (Gloria FX) Skrillex & Diplo – “Where Are U Now” with Justin Bieber (Brewer) Tyler, The Creator – “F****** Young/Death Camp” (Gloria FX)
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Friday, August 28, 2015


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BURBANK, CA – Aug. 28, 2015  – The 168 Film Festival will host a very special free event for at-risk and homeless children ages 5-15.   Through a continuing partnership with the Union Rescue Mission, the 2nd annual “168 KIDS!” event is open to these children and their families from 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM, Saturday, August 29th at Regal Cinemas LA Live, 1000 W. Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015.  
“168 Kids!” is a family-fun event where children are the VIPs. Kids are invited to a special screening with popcorn from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM. From there they will get to walk the Kid’s Red Carpet and take pictures with celebrities from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM.
The films presented at “168 Kids!” were created specifically for young audiences attending the 168 Film Festival, including a twice-nominated film by seven-year-old writer/director Rachel Lowry.  These powerful and positive family messages are sure to delight young minds.
According to Reverend Andy Bales, CEO of Union Rescue Mission, "Stories really do fascinate kids, that's why we are excited that the 168 Film Festival has reached out again this year to include our children in this fun-filled day of activities. This will perhaps inspire the next generation of positive actors, directors, writers and producers!"
The “168 Kids!” event takes place during the 13th Annual 168 Film Festival. Highlighting the power of story to change culture, the 168 Film Festival showcases the work of worldwide filmmakers competing for top honors and more than $25,000 in cash and prizes. 
The festival is presented each year by 168 Film, an organization founded by John David Ware in 2003 to train and equip filmmakers in the how-tos of making faith and family films. Special thanks to “168 Kids!” partners, including Union Rescue Mission, Icthus International, and Operation Christmas Child.
The “168 Kids!” event is free and open to all families.  Please call for free tickets: 818-557-8507. Tickets to attend the entire 168 Film Festival are $20-49 and are currently available at: www.168Film.com.  168 Film Festival runs from Saturday August 29 to Sunday August 30th
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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Michael Jackson's Close Friend Auctions MJ's Sunglasses to Raise Money for Charity

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Very few of Michael Jackson's personal belongings have ever been sold. To raise money for charity, MJ's close friend Omer Bhatti is now auctioning off a pair of Michael Jackson's sunglasses from his Dangerous World Tour. The last time (2011) a pair of MJ's glasses were sold, the winning bid landed at $60K.

Omer Bhatti was 11 when he first met his idol Michael Jackson, and soon after he moved to Neverland with his mom and dad to live with The King of Pop. For the next nine years Omer and Michael lived, worked and toured together, and Omer and Michael's biological children are as close as siblings.

Omer has always kept his close relationship with Michael Jackson very private and has never sold either stories or items, but to raise money for charity he is now auctioning off one of his cherished belongings: the sunglasses MJ wore almost daily during his Dangerous World Tour. These are not stage glasses, but Michael's private glasses that he wore while on the move.
"When I was 15, my mom suffered from a serious stroke that turned our lives upside down. Sunnaas Rehabilitation Hospital in Norway helped her get her life back, and by donating these glasses, I want to raise as much money as possible to support their amazing work."

Omer's mom Pia was the nanny of Michael's children while the Bhatti family lived at Neverland, and Omer's decision to sell the glasses has been blessed by the Jackson family with whom he remains very close. The family has a policy not to sell any of MJ's personal belongings, but support this donation.

Michael Jackson's sunglasses are sold using the Snapsale app. Snapsale offers everyone the opportunity to sell their stuff fast and hassle free. For Michael Jackson's sunglasses, the latest bid is stated as the current price.
"Everyone can take part in the auction by placing a bid using Snapsale. I wouldn't be where I am doing what I love if it hadn't been for Michael, and my mom wouldn't have been here if it hadn't been for Sunnaas Hospital."
To place a bid, install the Snapsale app and search for either Omer or Michael Jackson.
About Snapsale
Snapsale (www.snapsale.com) is a free app for buying and selling things on mobile devices. It applies image recognition technology, boosting on Google Ads, hashtags and instant chat for quick and effortless spread and communication between seller and buyer.
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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Details at a glance on VA Journalists killed in live broadcast

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A disgruntled former news reporter shot two young journalists during a live WDBJ-TV segment this morning in Moneta, Virginia and later killed himself. 

Reporter Alison Parker, 24 was conducting an interview that cameraman Adam Ward, 27 was capturing when Vester Lee Flanagan fatally shot them.  The subject of the interview was also shot, but survived with critical injuries.

Both Adam and Alison were native to the area and were beloved members of the TV staff.
Also known as Bryce Williams, the alleged shooter was from Oakland, CA and had previously worked in Florida and  for WDBJ-TV as a reporter two years ago, but was apparently terminated. 

Tweets that were posted to the Twitter account under the name Bryce Williams and a suicide manifesto letter he sent to ABC news suggest the murders were racially motivated.   ABC said the Charleston church massacre sent the suspect  over the edge.

While  there are still many questions about the tragedy, have emerged:

Video posted to the Facebook page of Bryce Williams on August 26.  The account was suspended by Facebook.

  • The shooter was mistakenly reported as dead from a self-inflicted gun shout wound but did not die at the point of apprehension. Bryce Williams died from suicide at the hospital this afternoon.

  • There are two videos that captured the execution.  One is the live video, the other was posted on FB from the shooters point of view.

  • On twitter comments under the account in the name Bryce Williams explained why he targeted the victims.

  • Williams was new to Twitter, having opened an account two weeks ago.

  • According to CNN, Williams was escorted by police when fired form the station because he was expected to act out.  Former co-workers said he yelled at work.

  • ABC news has a over 20 page manifesto that they released to authorities for investigation purposes.

  • WBDJ opened a feed to its noon news cast, dedicating it to the memory of the slain employees.  Station President Ken Marks said he did not suspect Williams had an issue with his former co-workers.
Both Adam and Alison were in serious relationships with other employees at the station bringing a deeper sense of mourning an loss to the station.  Funeral details will be posted when they become available.
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Two African American Ivy leaguers create new social media app, weCliq

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Brown University alumni Robert Gillett and Marc Howland alongside Harvard University graduate Adam Demuyakor have officially completed the beta launch of the latest social mobile app, weCliq.

weCliq is an innovative and interactive app that enables users to connect and meet with other local and surrounding individuals and/or groups, putting networking, meeting and dating right at everyone’s finger tips.
“The concept is very simple. Snap a photo. Match with others nearby. Meet up now. Our app promotes the spontaneous nature of life by using live photos as the means of connecting,” says co-founder Robert Gillett, whose post college career as a professional football player in Europe helped him come up with the app’s premise. 
The iOS app (Android is scheduled for a late September release date) is a real-time social networking tool that allows users to interact with others in their vicinity through a simple photo. With key features like facial recognition and self-deleting photos, weCliq ensures that users are interacting with real people without leaving a trace. 
After weCliq earned first place out of over one hundred new startup entries in the Startup Weekend Orange County Hackathon in 2014, Gillett recruited fellow Brown classmate Marc Howland and Harvard University alumnus Adam Demuyakor to partner and further develop weCliq, officially having the app’s beta launch in the summer of 2015.  
“There is currently no means of utilizing the live content you are already generating as a way to connect with people nearby. By combining people’s inherent desire to meet with others locally and the rapidly increasing popularity of Selfies and Groupies (group-selfies), we’ve created a product that uses real-time photos to turn strangers into friends,” Howland explains. 
The entrepreneurs are planning a media and consumer VIP launch celebration during New York Fashion Week, and a college tour in the fall, recruiting student ambassadors from Columbia University, Boston University, Harvard, and NYU.
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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Dee 1's I'm Not Perfect released

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New York, NY (August 24, 2015) - Critically acclaimed hip-hop artist Dee-1, releases his new video, I’m Not Perfect, exclusively on Yahoo Music today.   Directed by newcomer, Matt Mars and produced by Dee-1, the bold song and video symbolizes the rapper’s decision to make his relationship with Christ known.  Check out the video now by visiting http://smarturl.it/ImNotPerfectPremiere
“There was a pivotal shift in my Christian walk around the time I wrote ‘I’m Not Perfect’,” said rapper Dee-1.  “I made the bold decision to declare my faith…I wanted to please God and not man.  In the video we use strong visuals to make this message clear.” 
“I’m Not Perfect” is a single from 3’s Up, the first major-label release from the New Orleans born and raised rapper, who has been called one of the most important artists in hip-hop music today. The EP, which features the singles “Against Us” and “Show On The Road” was released on February 17, 2015. 
“I’m Not Perfect” Yahoo! Music Premiere Link
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ABCs Daytime Talk Show Returns Tuesday, September 8 with Live Shows Five Days a Week
Plus, “The View” Welcomes a New Team of Contributors on Politics, Style, Food, Culture,
Beauty and Wellness
ABCs “The View” is ramping up for a season unlike any other with more opinions and new points of view when the talk show returns on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 for Season 19. Joy Behar, celebrated performer and original co-host of “The View,” actress Candace Cameron Bure, known to television audiences for decades on the enormously successful “Full House,” and Paula Faris, Good Morning America Weekend” co-anchor, join moderator Whoopi Goldberg, Raven-Symoné and Michelle Collins as co-hosts. 
“As ‘The View’ embarks on a remarkable 19th season, I am extremely proud to see the legacy of smart and diverse women engaging in entertaining and thought-provoking conversation continue,” said Barbara Walters, creator and executive producer. 
Daytime Emmy® Award-winner Behar returns to co-host “The View.” She is one of the most-beloved personalities in the talk show’s history having co-hosted for seasons 1-16. While equally at ease performing standup comedy or interviewing politicians and celebrities, Behar brings honesty, humor, irreverence, with an authentic and intelligent point of view on every topic.
“Just when I thought I was out, they pulled me back in,” said Behar. “Plus, Steve was getting tired of applauding every time I gave my opinion. But I’m happy to be back home. And I'm looking forward to sticking my two cents into the hot topics, especially now that Hillary and the Donald are in the spotlight.”
Cameron Bure is an actress, producer, New York Times bestselling author and inspirational speaker. She is a devoted wife and mother of three, who is outspoken and passionate about her faith and her family.
“I am thrilled to be joining ‘The View’ as a regular co-host this fall,” said Cameron Bure. “I am honored to be a new addition to such a strong group of bright and opinionated women, and I look forward to sharing this exciting journey with viewers new and old.”  
Faris, mother of three children ages seven, six and one, was named co-anchor for the weekend edition of “Good Morning America” in 2014 and has been an ABC News correspondent since 2012. 
“I’m humbled and excited to have not one, but two dream jobs -- ‘Good Morning America’ and ‘The View’,” said Faris. “What I love about the ‘The View’ is that no topic is off the table and every viewer can feel like they have a voice on the show. I can’t wait to connect with the audience in a new way as I take a seat alongside this exceptional group of women.”
This fall “The View” will air live five days a week, delivering a smart and fresh take on topics important to viewers. Plus, “The View” welcomes a new team of contributors on politics, style, food, culture, beauty and wellness and the return of fan favorite Sherri Shepherd. Padma Lakshmi, Stacy London, Ana Navarro and Molly Sims lead a versatile line-up who will make regular appearances on the show. 
      “Starting in September we begin another exciting chapter of ‘The View’ as we welcome an enormously accomplished group of new voices to the table, all led by our moderator Whoopi Goldberg,” said Bill Wolff, executive producer. “We’re looking forward to even more pop culture, more politics, more humor and more of the hot topics our audience loves.”   
     Season 19 will deliver more Hot Topics to give viewers a smart, humorous, provocative and informative take on big stories and the newsmakers, celebrities and real people everyone is talking about.
As previously announced, Sarah de la O has been tapped to direct “The View,” marking the first time in the shows history that a female director has taken the helm behind-the-scenes. Brian Teta has been appointed co-executive producer.
Season 19 Cast Highlights:
Whoopi Goldberg (Moderator) -- Goldberg has moderated “The View” since joining the show in 2007. She is one of a very elite group of artists and entertainers who have won the Grammy, the Academy Award, the Golden Globe, the Emmy and a Tony. She is equally well-known around the world for her many humanitarian efforts. Born and raised in New York City, she performed in San Diego and the Bay Area with the Blake Street Hawkeyes theatre troupe. It was there that she created the characters which became “The Spook Show” and evolved into her hit Broadway show, Grammy Award-winning album and the HBO special that helped launch her career.
Joy Behar – Behar is among today’s leading comic talents performing on the stage, film and television.  Along with the 2009 Daytime Emmy® Award for Outstanding Talk Show Host, she is also the recipient of three MAC awards, a CableAce award, and a 2000 GLAAD award for her outstanding friendship to the Gay community. Behar has hosted her own shows including a call in radio show on WABC, “The Joy Behar Show” on HLN and “Say Anything” on Current TV. Last year, she wrote and performed in her own solo show, “Me, My Mouth and I” at the Cherry Lane Theatre.  Behar has written four books including two children’s books.
Candace Cameron Bure -- Known to millions worldwide from her role as “D.J. Tanner” on the iconic family sitcom “Full House,” Cameron Bure continues to flourish in the entertainment industry as a role model to women of all ages. She is currently filming her leading role in the highly anticipated new seriesFuller House,” where she is reprising her role as ‘D.J.’ She is the author of two best-selling books, “Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness” and “Balancing It All.” Book number three is in the works, “Dancing Through Life: Steps of Courage and Conviction,” a reflection on the life lessons she learned while dancing her way to the finals on season 18 of “Dancing with the Stars.”
Michelle Collins – After making frequent appearances in season 18, comedian/writer Collins was named a co-host for Season 19 on July 13, 2015. Collins has been featured on “Walk of Shame Shuttle” and served as a host on the syndicated talk show “The Gossip Queens,” and a daily correspondent on “Big Morning Buzz Live.” She was Managing Editor of VH1’s pop culture website, “Best Week Ever,” earning her two Webby Awards, and she appeared on the hugely popular pop culture show of the same title. Collins is a regular pop culture contributor to Vanity Fair and Elle Magazine.

Paula Faris – The Emmy Award-winning journalist has covered a wide range of subjects for ABC News from the New England Patriots “deflate-gate” scandal and the men’s and women’s World Cup to the Philadelphia Amtrak crash. In 2015, she covered the red carpet and hosted “The Oscars Backstage” at the 87th Annual Academy Awards.  In her regular reports for ABC’s “Real Money” series, she has helped American families save thousands of dollars. The Michigan native has interviewed everyone from Reese Witherspoon and John Legend to Stephen Curry and Tiger Woods. Most recently, Faris interviewed the parents of Kevin Ward, Jr., the sprint car driver killed by NASCAR star Tony Stewart. She started her television broadcasting career as a reporter at WKEF/ WRGT-TV in Dayton, Ohio.
Raven-Symoné – The actress/producer was named a co-host on June 10, 2015. The popular actressrecent credits include roles on ABCs hit comedy “black-ish,” as well as featured roles on “Empire” and the upcoming animated feature film, “Animal Crackers.” Shes widely known for her role as “Olivia” the Emmy® Award-winning and critically-acclaimed series “The Cosby Show,” for which she received a Young Artist Award. She starred in the title role on the Emmy-nominated comedy series “That's So Raven” for Disney Channel, which garnered her three NAACP Image Awards, two Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards and a Young Artist Award. She was named producer for the seriesfourth season, which aired in 2007. 
Padma Lakshmi Internationally renowned food expert, model and award-winning author, Lakshmi is most recognized to television audiences as a judge, host and executive producer of “Top Chef.”
Stacy London – One of America’s foremost style experts, London is best known as the co-host of “What Not To Wear.”  She is the current host of “Love Lust or Run” and a New York Times best-selling author.
Ana Navarro Navarro is a Republican strategist and commentator for CNN and ABC. She was national Hispanic campaign chairwoman for John McCain in 2008 and national Hispanic co-chair for Jon Huntsman's 2012 campaign. 
Sherri Shepherd – Shepherd is one of the most popular and entertaining co-hosts in the history of the talk show appearing on the panel seasons 11-17. The Daytime Emmy Award-winner recently made her Broadway debut in Rodgers + Hammerstein’s “Cinderella.” She is a weekly host of “The Tom Joyner Morning Show” and executive producer and host of the cooking series “Holy and Hungry.”

Molly Sims – Noted for her savvy sense of style, Sims is the creator of beauty, wellness and fashion site MollySims.com and author of New York Times best-seller The Everyday Supermodel: My Beauty, Fashion, and Wellness Secrets Made Simple.
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White House Fence Jumper killed in court

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A man arrested for climbing a White House wall earlier this year was shot and killed at a suburban Pennsylvania courthouse on Tuesday after he sliced a sheriff's deputy with a knife, the local district attorney said.
Curtis Smith, 34, is accused of entering the lobby of the Chester County Justice Center at about 11 a.m. and slashing a sheriff's deputy on the arm or hand, Chester County District Attorney Thomas Hogan said in a statement.

Source: Reuters
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