So I was surfing for information on the new Mac cosmetic line Slimshines and I came across this site. Temptalia.com. Not only do they give you a review of what’s new they also show you what it looks like on a non-model’s skin. Check it out…..
R&B singer Ne-Yo (real name: Shaffer Smith) was arrested Tuesday in Cobb County, Georgia for reckless driving and for not having a valid license.
Says TMZ, “Maybe he was rushing to the Hair Club for Men. WTFs up with that receding hairline! So THAT’S why he wears hats all the time.”
The Grammy winner and songwriter Ne-Yo is not going to jail! According to the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Ne-Yo was sentenced to 24 hours community service by a Georgia judge on Monday after he pleaded guilty to driving without a license and pleaded no contest to the reckless driving charge. The R&B star was arrested in February for driving 105 mph – 50 miles above the speed limit.
Ne-Yo, who was fined $1000, will also have to perform for the Boys and Girls Club and attend a defensive driving class. In other Celebrity related news, Ne-Yo’s album, The Year of the Gentleman, will be released in August.
Last night I watched the debate between Obama and Clinton (while I was in class) and Obama emerged relatively unscathed in my opinion.
Here is a snippet…..
In her sharpest attack to date on the originality of his oratory and ideas, Mrs. Clinton cited news reports about Mr. Obama’s nearly verbatim use of remarks first delivered by a close ally, Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts. She argued that Mr. Obama had drawn great praise for his speeches, and then questioned whether they had been plagiarized.
Playing off a trademark line of Mr. Obama’s, she said: “Lifting whole passages from someone else’s speeches is not change you can believe in. It’s change you can Xerox.”
The comment elicited loud groans and some applause from the audience at the University of Texas at Austin.
Mr. Obama softly spoke over her, saying, “Oh, but that’s not what happened there,” yet eventually chose not to engage, saying he wanted to reply only to her criticism on the issues. A moment earlier, though, he had defended his use of Mr. Patrick’s language, saying that it was limited to two lines — and that the criticisms reflected a “silly season in politics.”
“The notion that I had plagiarized from somebody who’s one of my national co-chairs who gave me the line and suggested that I use it, I think is silly,” he said to applause and laughter.
In the end Clinton ended with this statement.
“You know, no matter what happens in this contest, I am honored. I am honored to be here with Barack Obama,” Clinton said. “I am absolutely honored.”
The answer received a standing ovation. I guess we will see on March 4th what the outcome is.