On Tuesday, famous singer Chris Brown sent the tweets above. Coming the day after he spent about an hour in jail for charges stemming from a hit and run, the tweets make it apparent that even with his continued success following Rihanna's beating, he's not feeling the love. It's a "mistake I made when I was 18" he laments, even though he was 19 and it only happened four years ago.
To put that in perspective, it took Chris Brown less time to atone for domestic violence than it took most of us to complete High School.
Former 'Cosby Show' star, Disney ingenue and current Broadway hit, Raven Symone tweeted this ambiguous message Friday. Was it belated message about the Supreme Court's ruling over DOMA? She later released a statement clarifying the blast, "I am very happy that gay marriage is opening up around the country and is being accepted . . . I, however am not currently getting married, but it is great to know I can now, should I wish to."
So, now Raven Symone is out of the closet. In response to questions about her love life, we'll refer you to what she said last summer said , "I'm not one for a public display of my life". Classy, That's so Raven.
The actor who played Klingon Leader and Diploma, Kang through three different Star Trek shows died last Wednesday. Michael Asnsara, a Syrian born actor who moved to the United States at age 2, started attending college in Los Angeles to become a doctor before finding his passion. He starred as Cochise in 'Broken Arrow' from 1956-1958, and was once married to 'I Dream of Jeannie" star Barbara Eden.
Ansara had an illustrious career as a character actor on the small and silver screens. He leaves behind his wife of 36 years, Beverly. Us Trekkies, will remember him always as Kang, the Klingon Captain who worked with Kirk to avoid violence in 'Day of the Dove'.
Eileen Brennan, worked in film for 20 years before achieving her widest recognition as Capt. Doreen Lewis, the tough superior officer to Goldie Hawn's title character in the comedy "Private Benjamin". The role gave Brennan an Oscar nomination.
I'll always remember her best as Mrs. Peacock from the fantastic 1980's board-game adaptation "Clue". She played a Senator's wife who had a taste for monkeys brains, blackmail and murder.
This is Reza Aslan, a scholar of religion and religious history. As a part of his promotional tour for his new work, Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth, Aslan appeared on Fox to be interviewed by anchor Lauren Green. In maybe the most cringe-worthy piece of conversation ever recorded on the network, Green can't seem to get past the idea that a Muslim scholar would want to write a book about Jesus - who as you may know is something of a standout historical/religious figure across many nations and creeds. But hey, what do I know, I slept through history class.