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23 Apr 2012

Whoopi Goldberg presented the cast of “In Living Color” with TV Land’s “Groundbreaking Award”

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April 23, 2012 Category: Go With The-Flo Posted by:

By Florence Anthony


According to the Chicago Sun Times, informal Tinseltown oddsmakers doubt the Kanye West-Kim Kardashian hookup will last until Labor Day, “or even the Fourth of July,” said one Hollywood wag. People are calling the romance a “fling-ette.” Sources say Kim is said to love being involved with a true star, “and not just another pro athlete.” These Kardashians act like playing a professional sport is something easy to achieve, rather than a coveted vocation that very few people are fortunate to attain.


Whoopi Goldberg presented the cast of “In Living Color” with TV Land’s “Groundbreaking Award” on April 14 at the 10th Annual TV Land Awards Taping at the Lexington Armory in New York City. The View co-host’s mom was the Wayans Family’s Head Start teacher, and, when she passed away, theirs was the first condolence letter that Whoopi received. Original In Living Color cast members Keenen Ivory Wayans, Kim Wayans, Shawn Wayans, Tommy Davidson, David Alan Grier and Jim Carrey, were onhand to accept the award. Jamie Foxx was in Cancun, attending a party for his upcoming movie Django Unchained. The TV Land Awards air on April 29.


Asher Roth hit the stage at Hennessy V.S. Presents DETAILS @ Midnight during Coachella on April 13. After making the award go wild with hits like “I Love College,” the ladies’ man was spotted in the green room with fellow rapper Theophilus London and three girls, all vying for his attention – one on his lap and two more at his side.


Mary Flowers Entertainment returns to the Apollo Theater in Harlem with the latest edition of Fabulous Fakes, a female impersonator show, a DRAGtastic event, inspired by world-renown divas such as Beyonce, Mary J. Blige, Lady Gaga and Patti LaBelle, on Saturday, April 28 at 7 pm. A special tribute to Whitney Houston is one of the show’s many highlights. Tickets for the Fabulous Fakes show are available at $30 for the upper mezzanine, $40 for lower mezzanine, $50 for the orchestra and $60 for box seats. Tickets are available at the Apollo Theater box office, online at or by calling ticketmaster at 800-745-3000.


Solange Knowles continued her deejay duties last week at Salvatore Ferragamo’s Fifth Avenue Flagship Re-opening. For the occasion, the artist slipped on a full Ferragamo outfit, topped by a head of bouncy curls.

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