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11 Feb 2017

Terry Crews and Von Miller celebrate the release of new Old Spice lineup at Super Bowl LI

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February 11, 2017 Category: Go With The-Flo Posted by:

ABOVE PHOTO: Terry Crews (Photo: Featureflash Photo Agency / shutterstock)

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By Florence Anthony

Two legendary Old Spice Guys took center stage at Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas, February 1, as the star of Golden Globe winning series “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” former NFL player and long-time Old Spice pitchman Terry Crews plus Super Bowl 50 MVP and new Old Spice Guy Von Miller celebrated the release of new Hydro Wash body wash from Old Spice’s Hardest Working Collection performance lineup. The two bantered back and forth demonstrating Hydro Wash’s lasting scent and superior hydration which is featured in Von’s new Hydro Wash infomercial. The event capped off with Von and Terry greeting fans and taking part in Old Spice’s NFL Experience fan fest activities, inspired by Von’s recent Old Spice campaign………………

On February 3, the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) hosted a press preview of the highly-anticipated second season of “Greenleaf” during the annual aTV fest in Atlanta. Attendees arrived at the Four Seasons Atlanta and were treated to a buffet lunch followed by a sizzle reel screening and a Q&A with cast members Lynn Whitfield, Keith David, Merle Dandridge, Deborah Joy Winans, Tye White, Greg Alan Williams, Kim Hawthorne, series writer Erica Anderson and creator/executive producer Craig Wright. The new season of “Greenleaf” premieres Wednesday, March 15 at 10 pm ET/PT on OWN………

Forty-nine-year-old Nicole Murphy is denying rumors that she is dating New York Giants Wide Receiver Odell Beckham, Jr., who is 24. A story circulated in blogosphere over Super Bowl LI Weekend that claimed the VH1 “Exes” star and the flamboyant football player attended rap group Migos’ party at Mercy Nightclub in Houston. Nicole, who was married to Eddie Murphy, and has five children with the superstar comedian, says the rumors are “100 percent false.” She told TMZ: “I don’t know him, never even met the kid. I have kids older than him.”………

On Tuesday, February 21, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, will present NMAAHC Fashion Collection- Iconic Looks. Pulitzer Prize-winning fashion writer, Robin Givhan, will interview designers who have contributed to NMAAHC’s collections including Tracy Reese, who designed the dress Michelle Obama wore during her 2012 DNC speech and designer B Michael, whose beautiful designs have been worn by such renowned actresses as Cicely Tyson, Whitney Houston, Valerie Simpson, Beyonce and Phylicia Rashad to name a few. The evening’s conversation will focus on their works, ideas about culture, inspiration, creativity and entrepreneurship……..

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