There are so many reasons to love Shonda Rhimes latest hit drama on television, but these are Blindie’s top five! 1 – Billy Brown – He’s got the body of a boxer and the voice of a Marine! Seriously, he’s the voice from the Marines commercial. Before going downtown on Viola Davis in the first … Read more
The tabloid of record takes readers inside the “arguments, jealousy and hotel-room trashing” between Rihanna and Chris Brown that “led to the violence”!
While Star magazine wins the sensation headline contest (“I Still Love Him!”), Blindie can’t help but to believe People‘s credibility on the leak-proof case!
Australian hardbody Hugh Jackman has nabbed PEOPLE magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” title while a bevy of diverse actors, athletes and musicians show up in some pretty sexy categories.
Among PEOPLE magazine’s Sexy men of color are Seven Pound’s Will Smith and Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal in the “20 Sexy Superstars” category
Rapper turned actor Bow Wow tops the sexy “21 Club,” while Tyson Beckford shows up on the “Sexy Bearded Guys” list and former L.A. Law man and current star of Dirty Sexy Money Blair Underwood is crowned “Sexiest TV Veteran.”
Private Practice star Taye Diggs lands in the new category “Sexy Scents,” which comes with a scratch and sniff feature on the page.
On the international front, China-born concert pianist Lang Lang, British singer Seal and his compatriot Formula One race car driver Lewis Hamilton also make the Sexy list.
The sexy surprises are U.S. Treasury Department’s Neel Kashkari, and Olympian decathlete Bryan Clay.
During his acceptance speech Tuesday in Chicago, Obama called Michelle, “the rock of our family and the love of my life,” and Us went with that angle, documenting their political journey together as a couple.
“Did she like the fact that he was away from his children [Malia, 10, and Sasha, 7] so much? No,” former colleague Denny Jacobs tells the magazine in its latest issue. “He enjoys all this much more.”
People magazine dedicates their latest cover to Barack Obama’s historic win for the highest office in our nation.
“For even as we celebrate tonight,” Obama, 47, said at his victory rally in Chicago, “We know that the challenges that tomorrow will bring are the greatest of our lifetime.”
Check out the full story at People.com.