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    Mask of the Week Avocado Olivia'

    0 comments — posted 2015 Jun by Gail Hudson

    Gh Avocado Olivia' $25
    Summer is almost here June 21st..... The sun does a number on the hair, this particular mask does wonders Right Away. As it gives Soft, Shiny & Silky hair. Swimmers this is a weekly Must-Do, Try it you'll Love It. Gh
    • Avocados are rich in heart-healthy monounsaturated fats which help to make your hair shiny
    • The high-fat content of avocados makes hair less dry and prone to breakage
    • Olive oil contains vitamin E and provides a nourishing base for the hair mask
    • 10 minute Scalp Massage
    • 20 minute under Steamer or Hair Dryer


    The Return of Janet

    0 comments — posted 2015 Jun by Gail Hudson

    On Wednesday, Jackson got her wish as talk turned to even more confirmation and a previously unknown, yet history making extra: not only will her eleventh studio album be coming in the Fall, but it will be released on the singer’s newly-created label, Rhythm Nation.

    According to a press release from BMG,

    Jackson has teamed up with the music conglomerate to record new music under the label (which garnered its name from Jackson’s landmark 1989 disc, Rhythm Nation 1814) and allow the hit makers of tomorrow and beyond to share their talents with the world, while also bringing on more established artists who have already created their own melodic paths.

    Furthermore, unlike other record companies who dupe and scheme musicians by retaining rights to their music, all sounds recorded through Rhythm Nation will belong solely to the artists; not producers, industry bigwigs, or anyone else.

    “With Rhythm Nation, Janet Jackson becomes arguably the first female African-American recording artist to form her own record label,” the release partially reads.

    The singer herself couldn’t help but to share her gratitude about her “new artistic home”.

    “Thank you to the talented team at BMG,” she says. “The opportunity to be creative in music and every form of entertainment has great potential here.”

    With over 160 million albums sold, a multitude of awards and a defiant legion of fans to back her play, it’s obvious that Jackson is more than ready to change the industry, while still showing certain “contemporary” artists how to truly stake your claim in music history.

    I Love it Janet. Gh



    Jada Interviews with Howard Stern 'TUPAC'

    0 comments — posted 2015 Jun by Gail Hudson

    All the feels! Nearly 20 years after Tupac Shakur's death, Jada Pinkett Smith revealed in a new interview with Howard Stern on Wednesday, June 3, what broke her intimate friendship with the late rapper before his 1996 murder.

    "He was a revolutionary without a revolution if that makes any kind sense," Pinkett Smith, 43, dished on the SiriusXM radio show about Tupac, whom she met in high school at the Baltimore School for the Arts. "And that kind of energy transferred to a whole other thing."

    The two stars quickly became best friends -- and friends only, according to Will Smith's wife. "You know, it's so funny. Now being older, I have more of an understanding of what that was between us," she reflected of their platonic chemistry. "When you have two young people that have very strong feelings, but there was no physical chemistry between us at all, and it wasn't even just for me! It was him too. There was a time when I was like, 'Just kiss me! Let's just see how this goes.' When I tell you it had to be the most disgusting kiss for us both." 

    She reasoned that they just were not meant to be. "The only way I can put it is that the higher power did not want it at all. If Pac and I had any kind of sexual chemistry, we might have killed each other because we were both so passionate. And you know, we loved deeply," she reflected. "It was hard enough with us just being friends. It was volatile relationship."

    Together, the two went from rags to riches, literally. "I've had never in my life met a person like Pac. He had so much charisma. And he was poor," she noted of the Harlem native. "When I met Pac, he owned two pairs of pants and two sweaters... He used to tell me all the time. He was like, 'Jada, you're a superstar.' He didn't say it about himself."

    She said they both made their ascent to fame together in the '90s. "It really happened for us both at the same time," she shared.

    Only their paths diverged. "He went to jail," she recalled. "There was a lot of things that transpired once he went to jail. It was really when he came out. Jail was a very difficult experience for him, and of course, we were on two sides of the spectrum. Pac and I have always had very intense conversations... and we had a very hardcore disagreement."

    Pinkett revealed what broke their friendship in their final disagreement before his death. "I just wasn't in agreement with the direction that he was taking, and I told him that, you know, it was a destructive direction. A very scary direction," she said. "And he felt as though I had changed. I'd gone Hollywood. I'd gone soft. And looking back now, I totally understand where Pac was at the time... It was a mentality he started to come out of before he was murdered."

    The Gotham actress said she dealt with immense emotion after his murder in Las Vegas. "I don't think I was guilty as much as I felt just sadness, for not having the opportunity to tell him that I loved him," she shared, getting emotional with Stern. "But, I know he knew that. It wasn't the first time that we had had a bad argument and stopped speaking. That was a constant in our relationship."

    "It definitely taught me a lesson," she dished. "Which is life is too short. Do not let disagreements stand in between you and people that you love."

    Pinkett Smith still thinks about her old friend, even reflecting on her friendship with Shakur on social media. Several years ago, the star shared a photo with her late friend kissing her on the cheek and embracing her in a throwback image. "You know, I love him," she told Stern on Wednesday. "You know what? He left a very strong and powerful mark. People are still inspired by him. So he did his work."





    Did Kim Zolciak copy Catilyn's cosmetic surgery????

    0 comments — posted 2015 Jun by Gail Hudson

    Do you think KIM copied Catilyn?????

    From E! Online:

    On Tuesday, the 37-year-old former Real Housewives of Atlanta star took to Twitter to deny a recent report claiming that “top doctors” had come to the conclusion she’d gotten “a full facelift, writing, “This is ridiculous! Top doctors my ass!”
    She added quite definitively, “I have not had surgery on my face period!!!!”

    And what about Botox? Yeah, Kim will confess to that. “I just don’t think there’s anything wrong with it,” she told InTouch magazine back in 2009. “Some cosmetic enhancement is obvious. A lot of times, the people who aren’t talking about it are the ones who look horrible. I do Botox…I started getting Botox when I was 25 for migraines. I recommend that to anybody.”

    In the same interview, Kim confessed, “I would love a nose job, but I’m scared. I would do just about anything to maintain myself.”

    So far, this has included multiple breast augmentations and a tummy tuck after the birth of her now 19-month-old twins Kane and Kaia.

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