DISH! Chelsea Clinton on Kanye West For Prez! Guess Who’s Returning To Miss America?By Dishing Diva | September 8, 2015 | Dish!
Chelsea Clinton has a very special perspective regarding Kanye West‘s running for President in 2020. She thinks who runs the office is very important. In addition, as the daughter of Hillary Clinton, what she added is quite interesting, “Even if him just saying that helps sparks a little boy or a little girl who was watching the VMAs to think, ‘Oh, wow! Maybe I should do that,’ that’s awesome.”
Speaking of daughtesr, Kanye West‘s daughter North West is a definite follower of papa. She’s wearing a golden chain, just like her father’s. Rock the look, North!
This news rocks! For the first time in 32 years, former Miss America Vanessa Williams will return for the 95th anniversary broadcast of the competition! The beautiful and talented actress will serve as head judge when the 2016 Miss America competition airs live this Sunday, Sept. 13, on ABC from Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall.
Beyoncé posted her special moments with daughter Blue Ivy Carter on Instagram. Blue was at mama’s side, accompanying Beyoncé at rehearsal for Made In America. In a photo, Beyoncé held Blue’s hand to walk step by step. How warm it is to have her adorable daughter along for the ride!
The Game called out Wackstar on Instagram, as he believes Wackstar is the person who hit his Porche and robbed Chris Brown‘s house. “Tell these fans who really had Chris Brown auntie tied up & his house broke in you pu**y ass fa***t.” He also threatened to fight back. However, Wackstar seems to believe the Game doesn’t even have the bravery to kill a fly. As a matter of fact, according to the surveillance video Game posted, Wackstar isn’t even the man in the video.
There’s going to be a sequel to the unexpected hit Straight Outta Compton, and they’ve just revealed its new cast. It will pick up where the first movie ended, and the new cast, which includes Azad Arnaud, Curtis (Dr. Dre’s son), Reggie Noble, The Lady of Rage, DaDa, and Melvin Jackson Jr., will tell the stories of Tupac, Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, Kurupt and others from the 1980s West Coast rap invasion. Working title? Dogg Pound 4 Life!
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