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celebritybabies.people.com - Braxton Family Values star Tamar Braxton revealed she’s expecting her first child on Good Morning America Wednesday.
Sporting a prominent baby bump, Braxton announced, “I have a love on top! I am pregnant!” referencing Beyoncé‘s big reveal at the MTV Video Music Awards in August 2011.
The 35-year-old mother-to-be told Lara Spencer she feels “great and greedy at the same time. This is the most I’ve eaten.”
As for when she’s due, Braxton added, “I don’t have that many months to go. Almost there!”
This is the first child for Braxton and her husband Vince Herbert, who costar on the reality show, Tamar & Vince.
hollywoodreporter.com - Columbia Pictures is looking to bring a version of 1970s TV hit Good Times to the big screen, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
The CBS series ran from 1974-79 and starred Jimmie Walker, Esther Rolle and a young Janet Jackson. Walker was known for a number of catchphrases including his trademark "Dy-no-mite!"
Scott Rudin and Eli Bush are producing the Good Times film, while Phil Johnston is on board to write.
The studio, which scored with a film remake of 1970s hit TV series Charlie's Angels, has been trying to mount big-screen versions of other titles it owns from the era, including I Dream of Jeannie and Fantasy Island.
concreteloop.com - Over the weekend, footage from an interview with Terrence Howard floated around the webosphere. While promoting his latest film, Dead Man Down, the 44 year-old actor talked about his role in his new film and addressed on the negative responses from the black community regarding his decision to divorce his ex-wife and marry an Asian woman:
"We have a crab mentality where we try to pull each other down because of the choices that we make. Because I chose to marry an Asian woman instead of a Black woman. I think as Black people we have to start helping each other and congratulating each other for being morally strong. And doing the right thing by that. And stop. If you dont have something nice to say, then don’t say anything at all."