It’s a shame, really. In order to kick the truth to the young Black youth Gabby Douglas has to give off the general disposition that she is about to ask for the short of Mama Dee’s cigarette outside of Central Station.
While her sly grin in the above profile shot is saying everything that I conjure up when I ask a male companion for $5 and a ride to the liquor store, I will forever bow down.
The Olympic golden child joined fellow Virginia native Pusha T, whose hair has also garnered it’s fair share of media buzz in its own right, on 106 & Park on Monday (April 29). Gabby is currently on the promo trail in support of her new book, ‘Raising The Bar.’
Alana “Honey Boo Boo” Thompson is getting to the paper.
The Thompsons reportedly pulled in $50,000 per episode (shade as a family) for their hit TLC reality show ‘Here Comes Honey Boo Boo’ last year according to Parade’s annual “What People Earn” issue, which reveals the incomes of some of Hollywood’s highest paid celebrities.
The amount may seem like a paltry sum in comparison to noted A-listers like Brad Pitt ($35 million) and Anne Hathaway ($10 million), but according to the magazine the network tripled their salary once the show struck ratings gold.
The family’s inclusion on the list of 19 stars by alone is a priceless “chile cheese” to critics like Kenya Moore. Mama June at the round table — where your seat at? Where your plate? Where your lobster? Where your seabass?
Taylor Swift’s estimated $57 million salary makes her the third highest-paid woman in entertainment, behind Oprah Winfrey and Britney Spears.
Gabby Douglas scored $10.5 million in 2012 thanks to her best-selling memoir and lucrative endorsement deals. The 17-year-old gymnast pocketed $50,000 from the U.S. Olympic Committee for winning her two golds. Adele raked in around $32 million thanks to earnings from her latest album, ’21.’
Mary J. Blige and Solange looked positively radiant as they posed for pictures on the red carpet at the 22nd annual Glamour Women of The Year Awards held at Carnegie Hall on Monday (November 12) in New York City. The secret behind their glow? Mud mask made with Blue Ivy’s unicorn milk, of course.
Pharrell Williams, Deborah Roberts and Tyra Banks were on hand to pay tribute to the inspiring honorees, which included Olympians Gabby Douglas and Allyson Felix. Weigh in on who had the look of the night in the comments below!
Days after becoming the first African American gymnast to win her sport’s biggest prize Gabby Douglas tells the Associated Press that she was left confused when she discovered people online were debating her hair. Girl, I am too.
“I don’t know where this is coming from. What’s wrong with my hair? I’m like, `I just made history and people are focused on my hair?’ It can be bald or short, it doesn’t matter about (my) hair. Nothing is going to change. I’m going to wear my hair like this during beam and bar finals. You might as well just stop talking about it. I don’t think people should be worried about that. We’re all champions and we’re all winners. I just say that it’s kind of, a stupid and crazy thought to think about my hair.”
And in that order!
Gabby Douglas Appears On The Today Show