The Ultimate Bachelor Pad: Shaq O’Neal’s yacht, reportedly docked in Florida, looks like a mansion on the water.
Taraji P. Henson Was A Huge Hit As The Host Of The American Music Awards: E! reports…Taraji owned the stage as the host of this year’s American Music Awards. The Empire star brought her dynamic charm to the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, and emceed an incredible night of music and celebration. Henson kicked off the show with a tribute to music, owning the entire stage as she performed and danced with a slew of backup dancers to a few modern mega-hits — including two TikTok favorites, “Savage” and “WAP.” Henson disrobed down to a golden, glittery bodysuit throughout the musical medley performance, and certainly proved that she wasn’t afraid of embracing her wild side.
Tiffany Haddish Talks About The One Habit She Hasn’t Shared With Her Honey Man Common: The comedian opened up about her relationship—which she confirmed back in August—on the Monday, Nov. 23 episode of Daily Pop, telling E! co-host Justin Sylvester that, while they aren’t technically living with each other, she and her man are spending plenty of time together. “You know, I might go over to his house a few nights a week and then I’m at my house,” Tiffany explained during the exclusive conversation. “That’s how I’ve been doing it.” Why? “Because I believe that absence makes the heart grow fonder,” she expressed. “Also, he not paying all my bills! So I’m not finna be over there all the time.” Later, Justin admitted if it were him, he would be doing his best to hide all of his bad habits, and as it turns out, Tiffany can relate. “I do got one bad habit that I’m working on,” Tiffany revealed. “You know, I like to think of myself as a very good person but I do have an issue with hoarding clothing. I love clothes.”
Tanya Sam Reportedly Stops Filming RHOA Over Stripper Scandal: BOSSIP reports…As previously reported the next season of the show will include footage from Cynthia Bailey’s bachelorette party and allegations that two RHOA stars had sex with the evening’s entertainment, a stripper named Bolo. Meanwhile, there are allegations swirling that Porsha Williams and “friend of the show” Tanya Sam had a threesome with the stripper, and while Porsha has remained silent, her classy tech-savvy businesswoman buddy’s vehemently denied the allegations. “The rumor circulating about me is NOT TRUE,” Tanya wrote on IG while noting that she will “not entertain this absurdity.” Bolo has also denied the rumor despite Kenya Moore’s claims that she heard “sex noises” that night. Now according to TMZ, the entire ordeal has turned Tanya off from the show’s 13th season and she’s stopped filming completely. Production sources told TMZ that Tanya pulled out of filming after seeing that the alleged stripper sex incident was being so heavily promoted for the upcoming season. With that, the classy Canadian reportedly only filmed about half of the season. The production sources also allege that Tanya’s ticked off that once again cheating allegations surrounding her relationship will resurface. Still, sources say she’s not all the way “finished” with RHOA but is considering not filming the reunion because she’s done with the drama.
There Is Love
by Jovan Tahale
When I decided to do this article, I went in search of women over 50 who had never married but found real romance after 50. Hopefully, their experiences will inspire those who think when romance has not come to them by a certain age that love has passed them by. It should also succeed in giving new energy to those who are still waiting to experience that which they have not. That prince of a guy. MORE
The Dating Chronicles
Terry was annoyed as usual as he sat in his car in front of Tara’s house. He had been waiting forty-five minutes, and he wished for the power to drive off, but he couldn’t. He was mesmerized, hooked, and all the other things his buddies jokingly said he was. He had never known a woman like Tara, and no one had ever affected him the way she did. MORE
The Other Side
Of Online Dating
by Susan Johnston
I use my computer for just about everything. I book airline flights on Orbitz, browse the headlines on CNN, and search for cheap movies on eBay. One thing I haven’t found online is a boyfriend. According to numerous dating sites, my perfect match is “just a click away.” All I need to do is check a few boxes, select hair color, age range, occupation, even a religion, and…voila! Thousands of single men right at my fingertips, almost as easy as ordering a sweater from Gap.com. MORE
Point Of View
by Margot Haller
At thirty-seven, I’ve never been married and I use to hate to admit that fact. I’ve never been engaged either and I’ve always felt a certain emptiness inside about not ever being asked. To me, to be married meant you had achieved the greatest fulfillment in life by becoming a part of someone legally. I used to walk around feeling as if I had failed at something, but I was never quite sure at what. In my family, if you weren’t married by 35, you were made to feel like a washout. Therefore, when I found myself in a relationship, I usually displayed a hunger for bonding, which often resulted in scratching my chances to feel desired and wanted. MORE
A Case Of Date Rape: Real Women-Real Stories
by Coco Diong
More women are coming forward to tell about being victims of date rape who didn’t report it to the police. I interviewed four women who stated their reasons. The names have been changed to protect their privacy. Sherry: “I was at a sales convention with my boss, and I was thrilled to be there, because it was in Hawaii, and it was my first time going to Hawaii. I was like a little girl in a toy store. I was twenty-six at the time, and I oohed and ahhed at everything I saw. One night, he took me to dinner and insisted I order lobster, which I did. I had never tasted lobster before, and I expressed it profusely. I was very grateful, and I kept thanking him over and over for a lovely evening. MORE
12 Things Girls
Wish Guys Knew
by CoCo Diong
Never quote on a sporadic basis, various statements or comments from others made favorably regarding your qualities. Let us find out for ourselves. ***We always want to hear what you find special about us. Words are very important to us. Use good ones…liberally. ***Never compliment another woman about her hair or dress, when you are out with us unless she’s a family member, and never let an evening end without you telling us how beautiful we look. ***Never refer to your ex by name more than once. It says to us that the relationship is not dead, and you’re still hooked emotionally, or mentally. MORE
What Is Micro-Cheating
And Should You Care?
by Abigail Dye
With the endless number of social media trends, coined expressions, and hashtags already taking over the New Year, the term “micro-cheating” is making a prominent scene. Micro-cheating goes hand-in-hand with the digital age and growing insecurities of young couples. It is a term that means exactly what you think – “kind of” cheating. The grey area between being nice and flirting finally has a label. Cheating is a concept that is determined couple by couple and usually once the idea is established, ground rules are set. When the word cheating is mentioned, it entails the exchange of bodily fluids. Micro-cheating covers all the ground leading up to that scandalous first kiss. Sending cute emoji’s, liking multiple photos in a row, swiping right on Tinder, and even meeting up for coffee– are all forms of micro-cheating. MORE
The Singles Scene
by Sarah Smart
Q.I have been dating a guy who is very attractive, smart, and nice. But he has the worst manners. He burps out loud after he eats regardless of where we are. He always gets in the car first, and never opens the door for me. He takes me to parties where all his friends are all gathered and won’t introduce me to anyone. His behavior borders on rude, but I hesitate to say that because I don’t think he means to be. Is there any way I can tell him how I feel without offending his feelings? I really want this relationship to work, but he has no class and it’s driving me crazy. MORE
7 Match Moves
Tried & True!
by M.K. Allison
I began 2020 with a smarter attitude about relationships. I decided to leave behind the “blisters” and mistakes from the previous year that still pushed my anger button, and focus on the lessons I learned. ***Don’t wait to be approached. If you see a guy who looks interesting, find a way to get his attention. This calls for a sliver of imagination and a load of confidence. However, it will not work if your self-esteem isn’t healthy. I’ve met tons of men by putting myself in a position to be met. I met one guy who was walking his dog, by simply asking “what kind of a dog is that?” Unfortunately, though my options have been many, not one so far has worked to my benefit. MORE
One Woman’s Story
by Callie Springs
I remember it well. The night my life changed. I was on a blind date with a guy my sister hooked me up with. When I stepped out of my car and saw him, I was thrilled and intimidated at the same time. He was a star and I knew I wasn’t. He was polite and accommodating throughout dinner, as he talked and I listened, but he looked at his watch so much that I almost became nauseous with nervousness. It was clear he was not pleased. When I ordered dessert, he made a long sigh, as if he was ready for the date to end and excused himself to go to the men’s room. MO MORE