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- 06/05/13--14:36: Bruce Jenner Makes Things Awkward on Jimmy Fallon
- 06/05/13--14:52: Star Magazine's "Best & Worst Moms"
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- 06/05/13--15:09: Today's 'What The Absolute Fuck?'
- 06/05/13--15:46: NINE INCH NAILS TO DEBUT NEW SONG TOMORROW (JUNE 6TH)!!!
- 06/05/13--15:46: US Soccer Player Sydney Leroux clarifies racial slurs comment
- 06/05/13--15:47: WORST Dads of Hollywood
- 06/06/13--15:40: Katy Perry Leaving the Recording Studio June 6th
- 06/06/13--15:40: Amanda Bynes calls Drake ugly and gay
- 06/06/13--15:52: Charice: Out and Proud and Filipino
- 06/06/13--16:24: MasterChef Week 3!
- 06/06/13--16:24: Full Documentary: Constructing the MDNA Tour Stage
- 06/06/13--16:24: Demi Lovato: I Signed a No-Suicide Contract When I Was 7
- 06/06/13--17:38: Nicki's new 'do + a new deal with Moscato
Bruce Jenner confronts Jimmy Fallon on his show about their past run-in and Jimmy using bad photos of him on the show.
Things get awkward fast.
What's better than judging the parenting styles of women you don't know without seeing them inside their homes? Giving them grades! Yes, the "report cards" in this issue are all about how celebrity moms are raising their kids — based on a few notable actions or quotes and not any kind of real information.
Christina Aguilera gets a C- because she throws out her son's treats for fear that she will eat them. Reese Witherspoon gets a D+ for her "disrespectful attitude toward authority." Katie Holmes gets a C- for taking Suri to dinner at midnight; Farrah Abraham gets an F for negotiating her porn contract with her daughter in her arms. The kid is 4! Mommy signing paperwork is not damaging.
Anyway, Angelina Jolie gets an A+ for getting a mastectomy so her kids don't have to live without her. Weird how star is being nice to her now after years of "wasting away" headlines. Oh, and that one time they diagnosed her twins with down syndrome.
Denise Richards gets an A+ for taking in Charlie Sheen's other kids while Brooke Mueller was in rehab; and Gwen Stefani gets a D because Gavin Rossdale "aka the nanny" does all the work.
According to the tab, Tori Spelling, “The moody mom of four can go from happily playing with her kids to storming off to be alone in her room, leaving them to watch up to eight hours of TV per day.”
But “most troubling,” says the mag, is “how Tori plays favorites, throwing six-figure birthday parties for eldest son Liam while mocking her other three kids when they cry for lack of attention.”
The tabloid concludes its nasty story by giving Spelling a grade of “D -” for her parenting, urging the actress to “focus attention on the well-being of all her kids.”
Paris Jackson’s shocking suicide attempt has taken the world aback, but this may not be her first cry for help.
The late Michael Jackson’s only daughter has been photographed more than once with suspicious looking slash marks across her arms and wrists, spawning speculation that she may be a cutter – and RadarOnline.com has the photos.
In images taken of Paris on April 28, she is throwing a peace sign and cutting marks can be visibly seen on her left arm.
The 15-year-old, who is a constant fixture on social media and frequently uploads photos of herself, rarely reveals her wrists and arms in several photos, wearing thick sweatbands as well as stacks of bracelets.
Paris was rushed to the hospital early Wednesday morning for a possible overdose.
Pamela Anderson is too hot for TV — at least in Britain.
That’s what the United Kingdom’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has determined with regard to a racy commercial for Dreamscape Networks.
The ad shows Anderson and another woman in a business meeting, where a male counterpart begins fantasizing about the two stripping down and being covered in cream.
While the company argued that the spot was intended to be “over-the-top and comical,” the ASA determined that it was “likely to cause serious offense to some viewers on the basis that it was sexist and degrading to women.”
The word is out! It's Guys vs. Girls in the 2 hour ANTM Cycle 20 premiere, August 2 at 8/7c!
Gift giving is a particularly difficult art. But thankfully it's been generally understood for many years that you can't go wrong with a box of chocolates. Until now.
HuffPost UK Lifestyle recently came across the Edible Anus website, which sells rings of succulent chocolate "lovingly cast and crafted from the delectable posterior of our stunning butt model".
This UK-based luxury chocolatier company clearly believe they have cracked a new area of the confectionary market (sorry, couldn't resist), and are selling boxes of 10 anus chocs for £4 plus postage.
The website rather optimistically says: "Watch Grandma's face light up as she unwraps a homely selection of chocolate cracks."
"We believe the anus range can dissolve the cultural boundaries of race, gender, class and sexual orientation. Join the uprising, spread the joy and let's teach the world to love the anus."
And if you are looking for a more permanent 'Edible Anus' addition to your life, you can also buy a limited edition solid silver anus for just £260 plus postage. Or perhaps an Anus T-shirt and/or mug.
You better Belieb it!
On Tuesday, Justin Bieber became the first person to reach 40 million followers on Twitter -- and his follower count is still growing.
In fact, the Bieb's followership has practically exploded since he joined Twitter. In September 2009, the teen pop star had only 40 followers, according to Mashable.
Bieber broke the record on the same day that he announced the title and artwork for his new single, Heartbreaker. He acknowledged the milestone by simply tweeting "#40millionstrong." An analysis of the hashtag's reach by social-media monitoring site Radian6 shows that nearly 100 million people have used it since Tuesday.
As of 2 p.m. Wednesday, Bieber has been retweeted more than 130,000 times, with many fans tweeting shout-outs to the "biggest family in the world."
Your faves could never. Stay mad about the title ONTD. King Bieber tyfyt.
From the co-host of NBC’s once unbeatable “Today Show” to an esteemed CBS Evening News anchor, Katie Couric was once America’s most trusted sweetheart for delivering the news. But could her talk show, simply titled “Katie,” be her demise?
“While all television is going through a difficult time and programming is having a hard time finding its niche, Katie’s new talk show does not live up its expectations,” a source closely connected to the ABC show told FOX411’s Pop Tarts column. “Whatever constraints Katie experienced anchoring ‘Evening News’ [it is] certainly taking its toll, and her return to daytime has backfired.”
“It’s an unmitigated disaster,” one seasoned studio executive said. “One of the biggest failures ever in syndication. Terrible ratings, no growth, shouldn’t be on the air. Where did it miss the mark? Let’s start with her, she is dreadfully boring. The show offers nothing new to the audience, nothing to say.”
When “Katie” launched in September 2012, and many expected that Couric would fill Oprah’s shoes as the ultimate talk show Queen.
“They (staff) are desperately running around approaching talent and offering to train them to replace her as a new daytime talk show host,” revealed a source. Yet another insider is skeptical that Couric’s show will complete its second season. “There is zero chance is goes to a third season,” noted another insider.
A few weeks ago, it was announced that executive producer Michael Morrison, who joined the program after Jeff Zucker left to take the head helm at CNN, would part ways after the first season.
But others add that Couric herself may be the problem. “Katie has a controlling interest in her show and is not afraid to remind everyone,” a close source said. “Katie has stipulated that she will only interview Ivy League-type guests, and her blatant disregard for producers and executives alike, has created such animosity that ABC [execs] have made it a top priority to find a replacement next season.”
“Worst case the show fails,” crisis communications and PR expert Glenn Selig said. “I am sure she has a bright future, and probably best suited for a morning show like ‘Today’ where she saw so much success and seems to be the most comfortable.”
“Came Back Haunted” will appear on Nine Inch Nails’ forthcoming album, which does not have a name or release date as of now. The record will be a follow-up to the group’s 2008 release, The Slip. In a recent statement, frontman Trent Reznor said that the album “is finished and frankly fucking great.”
Nine Inch Nails have scheduled a few festival appearances—including Lollapalooza, Outside Lands and the Voodoo Music Experience—and are planning a tour with a lineup that includes Trent Reznor, Adrian Belew, Ilan Rubin, Josh Eustis and Robin Finck.
Says racial slurs occurred in Vancouver in 2012
TORONTO — Sydney Leroux showed some love for Toronto after an emotional 24 hours that saw the Canadian-born U.S. soccer international inflame passions with a cheeky goal celebration and a tweet about racial slurs.
But while calling the atmosphere at Sunday’s Canada-U.S. game in Toronto a “positive step forward for women’s soccer,” Leroux revealed she had been racially abused in her birthplace of Vancouver during last year’s Olympic qualifying tournament.
The Canadian Soccer Association, while adding its voice against racism, noted that no complaint was ever filed at the time. Leroux, U.S. Soccer said, had chosen to stay silent.
But Leroux’s open-ended tweet Monday opened up the issue.
“My tweet from this morning wasn’t in response to anything from yesterday’s match at BMO Field. In fact, the atmosphere at the stadium was a positive step forward for women’s soccer,” she said.
“Unfortunately, the type of abuse I have received in the past and via social media for my decision to play for the United States is a step backwards. That is what prompted my response in the heat of the moment.
“It is sad that people are inclined to write these incredibly negative comments, but I am not going to focus on them moving forward. Racism has no place in our beautiful game and we all need to come together to make sure no players are subjected to this kind of treatment in stadiums or on social media anywhere in the world. That said, the majority of fans have been extremely positive and I appreciate their support.”The rising star, who was booed throughout Sunday’s match by the soldout crowd at BMO Field, scored the final goal in the 3-0 U.S. win.
In celebrating her stoppage-time goal, she popped out her jersey to show the U.S. crest and put a finger to her mouth as if silencing the crowd.
On Monday morning, the 23-year-old — who was born in Vancouver to a Canadian mother and American father — took to Twitter to explain her actions.“When you chant racial slurs, taunt me and talk about my family don’t be mad when I shush you and show pride in what I represent. #america,” Leroux tweeted.
The timing of the tweet led many to assume that the racial slurs in question happened at the game in Toronto.
Not so, U.S. Soccer clarified later in the day after the story took off. Leroux’s tweet “was not in response to anything heard” at BMO Field, the U.S. governing body said in a statement.
U.S. Soccer said Leroux “has endured abuse both verbally and in social media,” since switching her international allegiance from Canada to the U.S. in 2008.
“The racial slurs to which she referred in the tweet occurred during the 2012 Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Vancouver in January of 2012 and revolved around her father, who is African-American,” said the statement. “At the time, she chose not to address them.“Since the match (Sunday), she has received a significant number of tweets that contained racial slurs, and her tweet this morning was in response to the last year and half in which such abuse has occurred more frequently.
Sunday’s game, a much anticipated rematch of last summer’s Olympic showdown won 4-3 by the Americans in controversial fashion after extra time, drew a BMO Field record crowd of 22,453.
Leroux drew boos and chants of “Judas” during the Olympic qualifying in Vancouver.
“I know that there are some people who don’t respect my decision,” Leroux said at the time. “And there are some people who do. And not everyone’s going to like you, and I feel like you have to have some enemies in life or else you’re not doing something right. I’m happy where I am.
“I’m happy to wear this jersey, and that’s how it is.”
This is just a post letting everyone know that Sydney Leroux did NOT suffer racial abuse at the game on Sunday but that she was talking about a game that happened last year in Vancouver.
WORST: David Hasselhoff hit his career low as a parent, when he drunkenly ate a cheeseburger in front of his daughter, Taylor Ann. The teenager captured the incident on camera, who could be heard in the background begging him to stop drinking, and the video went viral. After the incident, the Baywatch star’s visitations with his girls were briefly suspended.
WORST: It took several years for Eddie Murphy to show up for any parental duties to his daughter with Mel B, Angel, after initially insisting she wasn’t his.
WORST: As if it’s not bad enough when your dad cheats on your mom with one of your friends, try having your mom run off with one of your pals too! Linda and Hulk Hogan didn’t exactly execute their divorce gracefully, dragging their daughter, Brooke, into the middle. After Hulk cheated by reportedly hooking up with one of Brooke’s young pals, which broke up his marriage with Linda, she in turn ran off with one of Brooke’s male friends.
WORST: Woody Allen shocked the world when he ran off and married his longtime partner’s adopted daughter, Soon-Yi Previn! Still together 20 years later, they have two adopted children of their own.
WORST: Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger had one of Hollywood’s dirtiest divorces ever, dragging their only child, Ireland into it. After Baldwin left his infamous “thoughtless little pig” voicemail on his daughter’s machine, Basinger allegedly leaked it to the media, airing all of their dirty laundry and putting Ireland into the spotlight.
Singer Katy Perry spotted outside of a studio in Los Angeles, California on June 5, 2013. Katy was wearing the same grey jumpsuit that she wore yesterday on the set of the 'Kroll Show'. Also at the studio was musician Adam Levine
Amanda Bynes, who once infamously declared that she wanted Drake to "murder" her lady parts, is now no longer attracted to the rapper.
In a tweet posted on Thursday, the former Nickelodeon star had officially deemed him to be too "ugly" for her to date.
"Drake has the ugliest smile, ugly gums uneven teeth ugly eyes," she wrote in one tweet before quickly deleting it.
After several fans confronted the actress if the rumors were true, Bynes admitted in a second tweet -- which remained on her account -- that the "Started From The Bottom" hitmaker is not up to par to her standards of men.
According to Bynes, actors Tanz Watson and Liam Hemsworth currently hold the title of the "most gorgeous" men in the world.
Avid tweeter Snooki says she loves the 27-year-old's many feuds and fodder on the social networking site.
"I just think she's entertaining," Snooki told us while promoting Friday's Team Snooki Music event in Hollywood, Fla. "And I think she needs a reality show because I would watch it all the time."
You and the rest of the world!
The former Jersey Shore star added, "If she needed help, I would wish that she would get it, obviously, but she's entertaining. She's my guilty pleasure on Twitter."
There's a Tagalog (Filipino) song that I listen to when I'm feeling sad and having a bad day.
On Sunday I YouTubed Charice's performance of "Maghintay Ka Lamang," which means "you only have to wait," and coincidentally, unbeknownst to me, the international Filipina pop superstar whom I was clinging to through her music that day was coming out of the closet as a lesbian on national television in the Philippines.
When I heard the news on American outlets on Monday, I began tearing up and started crying. I thought, "Finally, a celebrity coming-out story I can fully relate to!" I texted my father, "Did you hear that Charice is a lesbian?"
His response: "Yup. Philippine TV on Sunday. Live TV." Apparently, he and my mother had already known.
You see, Charice has been a household name in my family ever since she first appeared on American television on Ellen DeGeneres and Oprah's daytime talk shows a few years back, belting hits by Whitney Houston, Jennifer Holliday and Céline Dion. If there's anything Filipinos love, it's ballad-singing divas, and Charice was making waves in the U.S., rubbing shoulders with music-industry elite like Andrea Bocelli and David Foster (Charice's godfather), appearing on Glee as Sunshine Corazon and becoming the first Asian solo singer in history to get into the top 10 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, which is even more reason for Filipinos to rejoice and take pride in their homegrown talent.
And that's the thing: Filipinos are very prideful people. There's a joke that even if you're part Filipino, Filipinos will claim you entirely as their own. (Examples: Enrique Iglesias, Nicole Scherzinger, Vanessa Hudgens, Darren Criss, Bruno Mars, etc.) No ifs, ands or buts about it, right?
Yet for LGBT Filipinos, who often come from large, conservative Catholic and Christian families, that Filipino national pride can be suffocating and intimidating. You can't possibly face that insurmountable and unwavering pride. You'll be a disappointment. And that's in a group that fully adopts and accepts people who are even just a sliver Filipino.
But think about Manny Pacquiao, another Philippine national idol, whom Filipino families go crazy (literally, loco) for during his boxing matches, out of pure passion and love for their country and people. Filipinos admire Pacquiao, and he undoubtedly has great influence over them.
Yet remember when he made headlines last year when he denounced same-sex marriage, citing his devout religious beliefs? That's the kind of homophobia that one encounters in the Philippines, and a macho, heroic boxer whom many kids look up to has a lot of power to inflame anti-gay sentiments.
Ironically, Pacquiao selected Charice to sing the Philippine national anthem, "Lupang Hinirang," for his fight with Shane Mosley in 2011. I want to know what he thinks of Charice now.
In response to Charice's coming out, the Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Philippines said that she is "experiencing an identity crisis," and that her family and friends should "intervene to help her."
I imagine that that's why Charice acknowledged those detractors in her coming out, saying:
I have deep gratitude for the Filipinos, because they are the ones who know who I really am. I don't know what the problem is, because for me, there is no problem with that. So now I ask for forgiveness from those who don't understand and those who cannot accept. I apologize. I understand you.
What I hope people understand is that coming out as LGBT and being a person of color means another layer, another degree of complexity. It's like when Jason Collins recently came out and said, "I'm black. And I'm gay." Some were quick to criticize Collins for bringing up his race. I hated that. It's imperative for LGBT racial minorities -- black, Latino and Asian -- to have role models as well. Though Anderson Cooper and Ellen DeGeneres are great people to look up to, queer people of color cannot fully identify with their experiences.
Filipinos and other Asian ethnic groups are still way behind when it comes to understanding what it means to be LGBT, and I'm glad that Charice said what she did. It takes a great deal of awareness and maturity for Charice, who's just 21, to bring that up. It still isn't easy for LGBT Filipinos and Asians to fully live their lives openly, but it will undoubtedly get better now that Charice has spoken up.
Lea Salonga, a famous Filipina Broadway performer, tweeted: “Dear @OfficialCharice have you any idea how many young people you inspired today? More power, blessings and love to you!!!”
I couldn't agree more, because that closeted young Filipino boy still lives inside me, and I'm beyond grateful to Charice for letting him know that it's OK to be gay and Filipino. It works.
So I'm listening to "Maghintay Ka Lamang," a song that has much sentimental value to Charice, again and again, and there are lines in the first verse that just seem entirely appropriate to share. In Tagalog:
"Kung hindi ngayon ang panahon, na para sa iyo
Huwag maiinip, dahil ganyan ang buhay sa mundo
Huwag mawawalan ng pag-asa, darating din ang ligaya
Ang isipin mo'y may bukas pa, na mayroong saya"
"If today is not the moment for you,
Don't lose patience, because life on Earth is like that.
Don't lose hope; happiness will arrive.
Think that there will still be tomorrow, and there will be happiness."
I'd like to think that this song will become something of a Filipino LGBT pride anthem now, and that young LGBT Filipinos will find strength in its lyrics and in Charice. Maraming salamat, Charice! Mahal na mahal kita! (Thank you very much, Charice! I love you very much!)
Here's the video of Charice singing "Maghintay Ka Lamang":
Love this girl so much.
Less than a year after gaining 30 pounds, Lady Gaga is back down to her fighting weight -- surfacing south of the border in Mexico this week with some friends ... in a sexy floral bikini.
It's good to see her relaxing & recharging, she needed it... however this is all I can think of:
Jordan found himself trapped this week after he leading his team to defeat in this week's challenge: Feeding a horde of hungry elementary schoolchildren. He had a good team, he had a fairly good concept -- spaghetti and meatballs -- but the execution quickly fell apart and he was beaten by Jesse.
The real throttling, through, came during a pressure test back in the "MasterChef" kitchen. Jordan could save himself, or cook for his life. He chose the "B" move, to politely quote Krissie.
But what would you do? After all, this is a competition for a briefcase full of money. Would you choose the honorable thing? Or would you take the easy way out?
Jordan took the easy way out and it is already haunting him: When Luca later cooked his way to immunity, and a chance to submarine somebody in the night's cupcake challenge, he targeted Jordan. He swiped Jordan's stand mixer, forcing Jordan to do it all by hand. (In a way, it all served to prove just what a competitor Jordan is: Even Luca had to admit Jordan's hand-made cupcakes were pretty spectacular.)
It all proves that winning is not everything in "MasterChef." Sometimes, it pays to play it safe and stay in the middle of the pack. So you don't get your head lopped off!
Adriana was sent packing for using canned guava during the cheesecake challenge (C'mon, really? Haven't we seen enough reality TV cooking shows to realize that straight-up canned anything will not fly?!?) Later, Malcolm went home on a dozen cupcakes that were more like a "door stop" than a confection, thanks to a "weird taste" and an overall "gross" texture. Not good!
Would you agree these were the best back-to-back episodes in "MasterChef" history? The first hour was all about pressure, and the second hour was all about entertainment (and some more pressure.)
Introducing chef Gordon Ramsay as your guest celebuchef, the man who only needs 30 minutes (or less) to effortlessly do what it took the rest of the home cooks a frantic 60 minutes to accomplish.
Only problem: Not getting to watch the chef cook for an hour.
But it was plenty entertaining watching him stroll, drink tea, and otherwise let the competitors know who the real master chef is.
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A teaser was posted, but here's the 23 minute documentary
AXS TV’s newest series On Tour: Tait Stages takes you behind the scenes into the designing and building of stages for some of the biggest tours in music. The series kicked off June 4th with a behind-the-scenes look into mega-star Madonna’s MDNA Tour. We take a never-before-seen look at the load-in and construction of her groundbreaking set at the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C.,.
Madonna is letting fans behind the scenes of the massive production that is her current MDNA Tour, showing them the rigging and the sets and all the work that goes into making this amazing show happen every night. In fact, she is showing them everything.
WOW this is so impressive.
Twitter’s pretty cool. It allows for a direct, real-time line between any of its users, and if handled appropriately, it can serve as a nice form of communication between fans and the famous. Whether that’s good-naturedly ribbing Larry King for his latest Larry King-ism, or congratulating Roy Hibbert on a season well-played, if you walk into an @ reply with some charm and tact, you might get a nod in return.
This is exactly what Houston area high school student Stephanie Flores came through with in May. The young Houston Rockets fan decided to throw caution to the Twitter wind in asking Rox swingman Chandler Parsons to swing on by, man, to her high school’s prom. Here’s here initial reach-out:
Parsons, a Florida native who has likely been away from Texas since his Rockets were dismissed from the playoffs in early May, responded after several of Flores’ friends and family-members re-tweeted her initial proposal:
The story didn’t end there, though. Parsons is notorious for owning what might be the NBA’s best bang-for-the-buck contract. Outside of LeBron James and Kevin Durant’s max deals, as he’ll make less than a million a year between 2012 to 2015 despite being a valued starter on a playoff team. This is probably why the Rockets and Parsons likely went halfsies on renting a party bus for Flores’ trip to the prom:
Here's a bigger shot of the big ol' bus:
Looks like Parsons is taking this “stay safe” stuff pretty seriously.
We align with Deadspin in saying that preponderance of “hey, famous person … can you do stuff for me?”-tweets is getting a little out of hand. Because Flores was so respectful and pleasant in her plea, though, the Rockets and Parsons just couldn’t help but find a middle ground. Kudos to all involved.
And, while we’re at it …
Rush Hour thanks you for your time !!!
Demi Lovato opens up about her past struggle with suicidal thoughts in a recent interview with Rolling Stone, excerpted by Us Weekly.
The 20-year-old singer revealed that she has battled depression since she was just 7 years old—when she first felt the spotlight on Barney & Friends.
"The principal called my parents and made me sign this suicide contract saying that I would not kill myself," she told the mag. "They weren't expecting that so young."
Lovato also revealed that her family gave her a few options following her 2010 rehab stint for mental and physical issues.
"My parents were like, 'You have two choices. We can either shut it down and not talk about it, or you can tell people what's up,'" she recalled. "There was no hesitation, really. I opened up that gate."
The "Heart Attack" singer has embraced her past and explained that being sober and on her own after seeking treatment is "not as scary as I thought it would be."
fucked up tbh
Nicki Minaj is no stranger to crazy hair! It seems that she changes her hair as often as she changes her clothes! Nicki was spotted with her shortest hairstyle to date on the set of her upcoming movie! Tell us what you think below!
Nicki Minaj has been seen rocking numerous wigs throughout May and June on the set of the upcoming film The Other Woman. We caught a glimpse of the star wearing a very short and chic, blonde wig and we think she looks fabulous! What do you guys think?
We all love Nicki’s over-the-top hair looks that are ever changing and always extravagant. While filming for the upcoming film The Other Woman, Nicki has been able to sample an assortment of fun and different colored hair wigs.
When we saw the singer with her new blonde and dramatically shorter hair, we had to do a double take!
This look is absolutely stunning on Nicki! Her new “long bob” is shorter in the back with longer layers towards the front. While this new hairstyle could be described as a “make under” for the star, we think these softer locks look simple and elegant on her — and she still manages to look fierce!
(AllHipHop News) Nicki Minaj is expanding her business empire with a new deal Myx Fusions, which has forged a new partnership with the singer/rapper.
Nicki will be the face of Myx Fusions’ new, ready to drink Moscato, which is expanding into the United States market. She will be featured in a campaign that includes print, radio, television, off-line events and social media messaging.
Myx Fusions is co-owned by “Love & Hip Hop” executive producer Mona Scott-Young, who is also the Chief Marketing Officer for Myx Fusions.
“Nicki is an innovative trendsetter and has the ability to energize the masses,” Mona Scott-Young told AllHipHop.com in a press release.
“She embodies everything that Myx Fusions represents – style, spontaneity and the desire to push the envelope and inspire change. Both brands are perfectly aligned,” Mona Scott-Young said.
The latest move for Nicki Minaj adds to her growing list of business accomplishments, which includes deals with Mac, adidas and Pepsi.
Nicki Minaj recently announced that she would not be returning as host for the new season of “American Idol,” as she focuses on her acting career.
Nicki is currently in New York City filming “The Other Woman” for 20th Century Fox, opposite Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann.source | 1& 2