Whitney Houston Shades Paula Abdul in Documentary Trailer: “That Girl Is Singing Off-Key on the Record!”

Whitney Houston Shades Paula Abdul in Documentary Trailer: “That Girl Is Singing Off-Key on the Record!”

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[ad_1] Whitney Houston was known for her voice, but she was also known for something else: Her hilariously shady comments!Whitney was hella talented, but she was also hella funny. Remember when she went all the way AWF on Wendy Williams back in 2003? The entire 24-minute interview was full of gems, but one moment stood out more than the rest.At one point in the “discussion,” Whitney basically told ole girl to “cash [her] ousside” and called Wendy out for her looks. Whitney’s words exactly: “If this were back in the day in Newark, I’d meet you outside” and “I’m sure when you look in the mirror you have some reservations about your look, too … I’ve seen you! I KNOW how you look!”And we can’t forget that Diane Sawyer interview when, in…
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Whitney Houston Was Molested By Dionne Warwick’s Sister Dee Dee, Family & Friends Claim in New Documentary (VIDEO)

Whitney Houston Was Molested By Dionne Warwick’s Sister Dee Dee, Family & Friends Claim in New Documentary (VIDEO)

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[ad_1] A new documentary authorized by Whitney Houston’s estate reveals the heartbreaking revelation that Whitney was sexually abused by her cousin Dee Dee Warwick—the sister of the legendary Dionne Warwick.In “Whitney,” which was made with the cooperation of Houston’s family, the singer’s longtime assistant Mary Jones tells filmmaker Kevin Macdonald that the late singer told her that Dee Dee molested her at a very young age.Houston’s own brother, Gary Garland-Houston, also says he was molested between the ages of 7 and 9 by Dee Dee, and believed his late sister was abused as well.Dee Dee Warwick, who was 18 years Houston’s senior, died in 2008, four years before Houston died in a bathtub, which was in part caused by heart disease and drug use, according to a coroner’s report.The shocking…
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WATCH: Marvel Releases “Black Panther” Deleted Scenes

WATCH: Marvel Releases “Black Panther” Deleted Scenes

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[ad_1] Until “Avengers: Infinity War” came out last week, Marvel’s “Black Panther” was the studio’s biggest release of the year, earning nearly $700 million domestically and more than $1.3 billion worldwide. And now that the highly successful film is due for its DVD/Blu-ray release in the coming weeks, Marvel is treating fans by dropping not just one, but TWO deleted scenes.Unbeknownst to many fans of the movie, the original project was a whopping FOUR HOURS long, however, due to time restraints (let’s be real, no one is going to sit and watch a four-hour long movie), director Ryan Coogler and co. had to cut the film down to about two-and-a-half hours—the finished product we all know and love.Watch two clips that were left on the cutting room floor below:“Black Panther” will…
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“Get Out” Director Jordan Peele Makes History As First Black Screenwriter to Win Oscar for Best Original Screenplay

“Get Out” Director Jordan Peele Makes History As First Black Screenwriter to Win Oscar for Best Original Screenplay

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[ad_1] Jordan Peele just gave the world another reason to put some respeck on his name. The 39-year-old actor, comedian, writer, producer and director won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay for his insanely popular “Get Out” movie Sunday night (Mar. 4) at the 90th annual Academy Awards, making him the first black screenwriter to receive the high honor. In his acceptance speech, Peele—who received a standing ovation—dedicated his award to people “who raised my voice and let me make this movie.” “This means so much to me. I stopped writing this movie about 20 times because I thought it was impossible,” he said. “I thought it wasn’t gonna work, I thought no one would ever make this movie, but I kept coming back to it because I knew if someone…
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Kobe Bryant Wins Oscar for “Dear Basketball” Film, Slips “Shut Up and Dribble” Jab Into Acceptance Speech

Kobe Bryant Wins Oscar for “Dear Basketball” Film, Slips “Shut Up and Dribble” Jab Into Acceptance Speech

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[ad_1] Kobe Bryant can add another huge accomplishment to his resume: Oscar winner! He’s already won an NBA MVP, two Finals MVPs, Five NBA championships, three Olympic gold medals and now he’s won an Academy Award—something few probably would have ever expected from him during his basketball career. The retired NBA star took home the highly coveted golden statue Sunday night (Mar. 4) in the animated short film category for his work as a writer and the executive producer of “Dear Basketball.” The 5-minute movie, which was also narrated by Bryant, is based on a poem he wrote for The Players’ Tribune in 2015 announcing his retirement from basketball. In his acceptance speech, Bryant made it a point to slide in a little dig at Fox News host Laura Ingraham…
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