Face of The Day: Meet Madam Donald (And His NeNe Leakes Inspired Wig)

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Donald Christopher James of Bishopville, South Carolina was arrested last week after an anonymous hater tipped police off about suspicious activity. You know, there aren’t many people who wear NeNe Leakes inspired wigs — especially those born with a penis.

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Three The Hard Way: Erykah Badu, Ledisi, And Solange Cover Essence’s May 2014 Issue

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As if I needed another reason to openly stan for this woman. Natural beauties Erykah Badu, Ledisi, and Solange each rock their own cover for Essence magazine’s May 2014 issue. Hit the jump to check out the other pair of glam shots!

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Promo Trail: Tyler Perry Stops By ‘Chelsea Lately’

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And all the Beyonce fans sing, “Let me sit this aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaass on you.”

This is how you sit when you got that good-good, with your feet turned inward. Number ten in the face, slim in the waist, fat in the ass — do you want a taste?

The And My Pussy Sits Up Real Nice In My Shorts site category is never more appropriate than when discussing my other favorite Atlanta rich bitch, Tyler Perry. The $350 million man hit Good Morning America to promote his new film ‘The Single Moms Club’ this week.

You read the title of that movie right. It’s not just a Facebook community page it’s a lifestyle.

During a stop at Chelsea Lately on Thursday (March 13), Perry told the late night host he wanted her “to invite all the white people to come see the movie.”

Handler happily obliged, looking directly into the camera and responded, “Okay homies, my kinda homies, we all need to go out and support his movie. We’re appealing to white people! It’s called The Single Moms Club.”

Watch their exchange below!

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Today’s Daily Tang Multivitamin Is Sponsored By Dunkin Donuts

Finally, a song that encompasses my inner most feelings about the most important element of the Luther Burger!

Dunkin Donuts enthusiasts Reggie White and Adrian Anchondo profess their undying love for all of the confectionary masterpieces the company has to offer in their “Dunkin Love” music video, a parody of Queen Creole’s inescapable hit song.

‘When the Beyonce visual album came out, we did what any self-respecting gays would do — we had a viewing party,” Anchondo told NewNowNext. “Reggie came over and we basically screamed, cried, fondled, laughed and threw shade for an hour or so. I thought, why not do a video parody? It fits with the song.”

Press play and prepare to sing “coffee on ice, coffee on ice” for the remainder of the day!

Rewind: The Fabulous EJ Johnson Stops By The Wendy Williams Show

The only person I placed on my vision board this year, EJ Johnson, breezed through ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ this week to dish about why his life is what project bitches dream of nightly. Press play to catch up with the ‘Rich Kids of Beverly Hills’ star as he talks about balancing his school life in New York City with having fun buying authentic designer handbags with his father allowance. Because Bag Borrow or Steal is for peasants.

Lupita Nyong’o Shares Her Beauty Secrets And More With Glamour Magazine

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‘The 12 Years A Slave’ Oscar nominee — and one of my many baby mamas in the head – Lupita Nyong’o was simply stunning as she hit the red carpet at The Hollywood Reporter’s 2014 Nominees Party on Monday (February 10) in Beverly Hills California.
Find out how the 30-year-old Yale School of Drama graduate maintains her glow and more by reading excerpts from her Glamour magazine March 2014 profile below!

On if makeup bolsters confidence: “I went to an all-boys high school, and they accepted girls in only the two A.P. classes. They had these archaic rules: For example, girls couldn’t wear makeup. I found it so outrageous that an all-boys school could tell girls to not wear makeup! So I went on a campaign. I got a petition signed and everything. If a girl wants to wear makeup to boost confidence, why not? [But] I’ve worked hard to feel beautiful in my natural skin. Personally, I don’t ever want to depend on makeup to feel beautiful.”
On her close crop: ”The first time I cut all my hair off was when I was 19. I just got fed up going to the salon every week. I’d had enough! On a whim, it was off. It’s low-maintenance.”

On her skincare secrets: “I love using natural oils. I use avocado oil and Hawaiian Kukui Oil on my face. I like to keep things natural, simple, and straightforward.”

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On preparing for her emotional ’12 Years A Slave’ role: “I remember in my very first fitting, [costume designer Patricia Norris] gave me a garment with these intricate stitches—stitches over stitches, because it had been repaired so many times. Once I put it on, she told me that it belonged to an actual slave woman. My heart just stopped. Each one of the stitches had a story, you know. Just recognizing this period I was going to be dancing with was a “come to Jesus” moment.”