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VIDEO: Wyclef Speaks On The State Of Haiti


Wyclef arrived in his home country of Haiti yesterday and has been witnessing and assisting in its devastation.


MORNING BITS: Alicia & Swizzy, KeKe Palmer, Denzel, Nelly, & Eunice Johnson

Who needs divorce papers when your mind is already there? Swizz Beatz and Alicia Keys were spotted house hunting in tNY's Upper East Side. Which equals big penthouses for people with long money. The two are checking out a duplex penthouse that a former hedgefund manager paid $12 MILLION big ones for. The place is laced with a fireplace, double-height ceilings, three bedrooms, and floor-to-ceiling windows and East River views. You know...the typical ish a $12 mill NYC Penthouse has. And the address of the building is 170 East End Ave. for all you nosey folks.... Reportedly the couple has been back to see the place four times...so it looks like they may become neighbors with the NY elite very soon... More ish when you read the rest....


Amber Rose Parties In ATL+Chris Brown Set For ABC Interview

Amber Rose and her Fendi shades hit up Primal in Atlanta last night to party it up.

I see panties, vests, and leotards are the things to wear at the club these days.

In other news, Chris Brown has been confirmed to interview with Robin Roberts on ABC .  The show will air December 11th, 3 days after his Graffiti album release.  He taped it last weekend.  ABC is catching heat from its viewers who are livid that they would put Chris Brown on his own segment, but will cancel Adam Lambert's performance because of his "gay sexual insinuations" at the AMAs. Chris will not be performing live though. More pics of Amber Rose under the cut...

Rappers' Moms Launch A Show+Other Ish

Who needs "The View" when you got T-Pain's mama, Lil Wayne's mama, and Ne-Yo's mama (l-r in above pic) to dish the goods for you?  These ladies have apparently gotten together to do a "dinner time talk show" of the sorts.  Here's what this ish will be about:
Aliyah “Mama Pain” Najm (T-Pain‘s mother), Jacida Carter (Lil Wayne’s mother) and H. Loraine Smith (Ne-Yo’s mother) will serve as hosts of Dinner Table Discussions, which aims to present a quality and informative program. According to the women, their aim is to create a show that will enhance their viewers “educationally, economically, socially and culturally,” by discussing current events, important topics, interviews and feature segments. "Our vision is to be a premier talk show that delivers a creative and informative format that assists viewers in educating and solving challenging issues," Najm said in a statement. "There are situations in our communities, cities, states and even nationwide that people have made us aware of and they want to resolve the issues, but they just don’t know where to get help or how to properly handle certain issues,” Najm said. In addition to discussing relevant topics, Dinner Table Discussions will also provide solutions for young people as well. Dinner Table Discussions is scheduled to launch in 2010.
T-Pain Tweeted the above pic earlier.  This ought to be interesting...to say the least... More after the cut...

YBF CHICKS: Michelle Fenty & Halle Berry

There's another First Lady we feel the need to spotlight. Her name is also Michelle, she's also a lawyer, has fab kiddies, is well known for her fashion steps amongst the socialites in D.C., and her husband is a powerful politician. But her last name is Fenty. Essence did a featurette on the other First Lady of D.C. Michelle Fenty. And you know we love talking about fab chicks. So check it out here. We were secretly hoping we'd see Michelle around D.C. filming "Real Housewives of D.C." But y'all know Mayor Fenty probably wasn't feeling that.

In other fab chick news, Halle Berry is receiving the prestigious Sherry Lansing Leadership Award at The Hollywood Reporter’s 18th Annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast Presented by Lifetime. The star studded event will go down December 4th at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Here's a snippet from the press release:
Berry joins past recipients Barbara Walters, Meryl Streep, Jodie Foster and Glenn Close in receiving the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award for her trailblazing within the industry and for her generosity in giving back to the community at large. “The complex role that Halle Berry plays in life as a successful, versatile entertainment professional who is committed to furthering the well-being of others, especially minorities, is as inspiring as are her film roles,” said Guider. “The recognition is also wonderfully fitting in a year in which diversity has been embraced and rewarded at the highest levels of our government and culture.” Berry has worked consistently since Spike Lee’s “Jungle Fever” brought her national attention. In 2001, the world cheered when she became the first African American woman to take home the Best Actress Oscar® for “Monsters Ball.” A pioneer as a performer, she is also the national spokesperson for the Jenesse Center , a non-profit organization that provides support to heal families victimized by domestic violence.
Congrats to Halle. More when you read the rest...