Well it seems that first lady Dominique taught us all a lesson about judging. I know the media and bloggers gave this first lady a real hard time but at the end the she shines. Okay First Ladies we’re ready for season 2 bring it on…
Even Oprah admits she’s got some ‘tig ol’ bitties.’
Well, she didn’t use those exact words like actor Terrence Howard did, but essentially she’s saying the same thing.
Last week, Howard, while doing press for his current film, “Dead Man Down,” spoke about his upcoming film, “The Butler,” in which he has a love scene with Oprah and told the world about the experience.
“Oprah and I had such chemistry. To be able to make out with Oprah and to have love scenes with her and those tig ol’ bitties … She’s such a lovely, voluptuous woman … That was wonderful,” said Howard.
But some, for whatever reason, though the remark was tasteless and classless. After all, he was referring of all people, Oprah Winfrey, one of the most powerful women in the world.
But recently on the Steve Harvey show O said she was not offended by the remark…
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Many have speculated for years that actress Gabrielle Union homewrecked her way into NBA star Dwyane Wade’s marriage to his ex-wife Siovaughn.
To add to the rumors flames, when previews of Siovaughn’s interview with Dr. Phil about her custody battle with Dwyane Wade got some exposure Gabby began tweeting about ‘certain people’ who fail to be accountable for their own mistakes.
In their upcoming movie, The Butler, Howard and Winfrey’s characters share a love scene, which according to Oprah, was supposed to be a little scene before Howard “misbehaved.” Winfrey, who sat down with Steve Harvey, claims Howard is ”a misbehaving kind of boy.”
She is, of course, talking about Howard’s recent interview, in which he discussed her “tig ol’ bitties” and the fact that she is a “lovely, voluptuous woman.”
Halle Berry called in to The Steve Harvey Morning Show today to talk about her new movie, “The Call,” in theaters on March 15.
The Oscar-winning actress stars along side Morris Chestnut as a 911 operator who makes a tragic mistake. Halle described the film as informative as well as an “edge of your seat thriller.”
Listen to the exclusive interview: