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TERESA'S TABLOID TRASH 5/9/14
by Teresa Maxwell,posted May 9 2014 9:49AM
Former Mizzou player, Michael Sam already has his first endorsement:
DONALD STERLING has been caught on tape yet again . . . and this time, he's saying he's NOT a racist. He adds, quote, "It breaks my heart that MAGIC JOHNSON . . . a guy that I respect so much . . . wouldn't stand up and say, 'Well, let's get the facts. Let's get him and talk to him.' Nobody tried."
Dr. Dre's Beats Electronics may be on the verge of a major deal with Apple. According to the "Financial Times," Apple is close to purchasing Beats for a reported three-point-two-billion-dollars. Sources close to the talks between the two companies say a deal could be announced as soon as next week, however, there are a number of key details that still need to be hashed out. If it ends up going through, the purchase would be Apple's largest acquisition.
Jada Pinkett-Smith is calling out the media for making more about a picture of her 13-year-old daughter than she says it actually is.
Willow Smith raised eyebrows this week when the picture of her lying in bed with shirtless 20-year-old actor Moises Arias started making the rounds. Rumors quickly began to swirl that the two were engaging in an inappropriate relationship but Pinkett-Smith set the record straight while addressing the paparazzi at Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday. In the video posted on TMZ, Jada said there was "nothing sexual about that picture or situation" and accused the media of "acting like covert pedophiles." Sources also tell TMZ Willow's dad, Will Smith, also has no issue with the image. Arias has apparently since deleted them from his social media accounts.
Justin Timberlake is letting fans in on his lost collaboration with Michael Jackson. In a preview for his upcoming appearance on "Oprah's Master Class" this weekend, Justin describes the phone conversation he had with the late King of Pop over his song "Gone," that ended up being an 'N Sync single.
Justin dropped the bombshell about the duet that never happened earlier this week in an interview with Ryan Seacrest. He'll be detailing the story when he sits down to talk about his journey in his own words on the OWN program. Justin says hearing Michael insisting on singing with him without 'N Sync was the first time he started seriously thinking about splitting with the boy band that made him famous. He says Michael showing faith in him as a soloist gave him the confidence he needed to break away and create the kind of music he was interested in.
Justin will also talk how his work ethic and curiosity to learn have helped him reach where he is. He says he enjoys "being a beginner" and never wants to repeat himself whether it be in music, or acting. The full episode of "Oprah's Master Class" will air Sunday night on OWN at 10 p.m. Eastern.
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The Seth Rogen - Zac Efron comedy "Neighbors"
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