dailyphoto091126Beyoncé is yours on Thanksgiving
Too tired to move after inhaling your Thanksgiving dinner? Just watch Beyoncé burn some calories instead. We wouldn’t exactly call it different—or even “a little different”—but the diva’s Turkey Day concert special, Beyonce: I Am…Yours promises to be a whole lot of fun. While the one-hour ABC event mainly consists of footage from Beyoncé’s ongoing I Am tour—in particular, her show at the Wynn Las Vegas—fans will also be privy to some behind-the-scenes action, including rehearsals, the artist otherwise known as Sasha Fierce kidding around with her crew backstage, and home video of the 28-year-old hitmaker preening for the camera when she was merely destiny’s child. (Continue Reading…)

Sean Bell’s widow and Al Sharpton lead vigil on 3rd anniversary
The widow of police shooting victim Sean Bell, marking the third anniversary of his death, stood sadly on the Queens street where her late fiancee drew his last breath. Nicole Paultre-Bell, surrounded by about three dozen relatives, friends and supporters, renewed her call for federal charges against the cops who fired a 50-shot fusillade at Bell. “Someone is dead and no one’s responsible,” Paultre-Bell said Wednesday at the 5 a.m. gathering. “All I can do is just hope and pray.” (Continue Reading…)

The battle over controversial Lil’ Wayne film
In 2008, superstar rapper Lil’ Wayne allowed a film crew full access to his hectic life. Cameras rolled as he smoked marijuana, drank soda mixed with prescription cough syrup, recorded rap lyrics almost constantly, toured the world and enjoyed the trappings of fame. The finished product, a documentary titled “The Carter,” premiered to critical acclaim at the Sundance Film Festival and the rapper reportedly enjoyed the movie. That’s why Quincy Jones III was left scratching his head when the rapper sued to block distribution of the documentary. “The interesting thing is that Wayne saw the film and liked it,” said Jones, son of the legendary Quincy Jones and the movie’s producer. (Continue Reading…)

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