Cornell Simpkins
presents fashion for a cause, the hot fashion show to benefit a scholarship fund! In this segment, the City Gym Boys team up with designer Epperson to heat things up! Don’t get wet.

The bright lights of Las Vegas and the stage allowed Jo Koy to see what his passion truly was… a love for comedy and the stage. Fans are impressed by the high energy and physical emotion Koy exudes on the stage. 

Happy birthday to Raven-Symone (21), Kenneth Branagh (46), and Susan Dey (54). And a belated one to Terrell Owens (34), born Dec 7. 

He is co-author of Breaking Into Broadcasting, delivers the HOT CELEBRITY SCOOP! every Friday on Hot 92.3 JAMZ, and co-hosts “Extra’s” one-hour weekend edition with the equally fetching Tanika Ray. Of course, he’s Jon Kelley.

George Clooney and Ocean’s Eleven costar Don Cheadle have been selected to receive the 2007 Peace Summit Award, in honor of their work on behalf of victims of the humanitarian crisis in Sudan’s Darfur region, at the upcoming 8th World Summit of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates. Al Gore accepts the Nobel Peace Prize today. 

Michael Vick awaits a judge’s ruling today on how long he will remain in prison for his role in a dogfighting conspiracy. 

Speaking of dogs, do you care what your children watch? Father Hood presents Snoop Dogg as a gentle, likable character who loves his wife and children. But his constant swearing and sometimes-silly antics (like throwing food and forging David Beckham’s signature on his kid’s soccer jerseys) don’t always make him an ideal parental figure. His children also exhibit some questionable values, especially 10-year old Cordell, who’s obsessed with money and enjoys dressing up like a pimp.  

A fond farewell to Azaria and Hendekea. The brother and sister were eliminated last night on the Amazing Race. Also gone is my reason for watching. No need for a link, here. 

In a bit of commentary, finally, Dexter (Michael C. Hall) has someone he can openly discuss murder with: his captive, Sgt. James Doakes (Erik King). And real life former NYPD cop David Zayas discusses his role as Angel Batista in ShowTime’s Dexter. The show is headed next week to its season finale.

Bringing both crowd and energy, Oprah hits the campaign trail for Barack Obama. She aims to help dispel the notion that the senator’s experience is not an issue.  

“Those who are too smart to engage in politics are punished by being governed by those who are dumber.”  [Plato]  


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