And so Mei Lin was sort of my first go-to guest chef.
I was like, “If I’m going to have anybody come, I’m going to have Mei, because, you know, she’s my girl.” AE: So, hypothetically speaking, if you and Mei were to open a restaurant together, which I think you should, what would it be called and what kind of food would you serve?
The fans on Twitter were done when Joseline came in with Stevie’s underwear, and the amusement really heightened when it didn’t work.
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By Ricki Says Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer This season, Joseline’s pregnancy from last summer is playing out on “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.” Since the beginning of the show, Joseline always had Stevie J to back her up.
Last season, Joseline lost this, as she pushed Stevie away.
to an actor desperate for the lead in Jivetime Jimmy’s Revenge.
A festival spokesman claims the former “Jackass” star was in a “really weird condition” and tried forcing entry into a production room prior to the incident, according to TMZ.
The spokesman blamed Margera for heckling two women blocking him prior to the violent encounter.
Clair Bourne’s In Motion: Amiri Baraka (1983), are all welcome reprises at BAM, having been highlighted earlier this year at the Film Society’s revelatory “Tell It Like It Is: Black Independents in New York, 1968–1986.”) Yet perhaps the most emblematic debut of the decade is Steven Soderbergh’s Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989): The unexpected box office success of this bracing, impeccably observed four-hander about desire and deceit played a large role in transforming that once-sleepy Sundance Film Festival into an orgy of hype — and spawned countless inferior imitators.
“I think sex is overrated,” the unhappily married wife played by Andie Mac Dowell confesses to recovering fabulist James Spader in Soderbergh’s movie.