Everyone is thinking it, but who knew People.com would be the ones to actually lay it all out there. The celeb magazine put together photo flashback of Halle Berry and her failed relationships, saying, “Gabriel Aubry isn’t the first – from David Justice to Wesley Snipes, the Oscar winner has had a history of bad breakups.” Ouch. (People)

This is why Mr. Barack Obama is the man. Even after all of the mud-slinging that Mitt Romney has done post-election, The President is keeping his word to meet up with the guy for lunch at the White House’s private dining room to discuss ideas for the country, we suppose. No press is invited to the event. Sending good vibes Obama’s way. (Huffington Post)

The stars of the upcoming Quentin Tarantino flick Django Unchained cover the next Vibe magazine. Inside, Kerry Washington, Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio dish on the challenges of making the much-criticized film, their camaraderie and mastering the art of telling this historically hot-button story. (The YBF)

Hotlanta is readying itself for yet another reality show based in the Georgia city. “Taking Atlanta” follows a group of aspiring and ambitious Atlanta locals who fight to succeed in their career, look for love and enjoy what the new South has to offer. We’re not surprised that the show is produced by Monami Entertainment, the company owned by Mona Scott-Young who put Love & Hip Hop on VH1. Will you watch? (NBC)

Actress Tracee Ellis Ross can go on for days about her love for the MAC’s red lipstick, Ruby Woo. But these days she’s cheating on old Ruby with a hot pink hue from Nars. All the deets are on her site. (TraceeEllisRoss)


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