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It's probably not the best way to air your grievances, but it seems to be the motto among celebrities penning memoirs of late. On Friday, word leaked of Tori Spelling's dis at Katie Holmes in her forthcoming book Spelling It Like It Is , in which she
In his book 'Undisputed Truth', the 47-year-old former boxer revealed the love triangle, where he once spotted the then unknown actor grovelling at Given's house, Radar Online reported. Tyson added that Pitt looked like he was ready to receive his
Mike Tyson implies Robin Givens faked pregnancy to marry him October 28, 2013 9:02 PM ET According to the Daily Mail , Tyson writes that Given's mother, Ruth Roper Givens , was "on the prowl for a big black celebrity for Robin," and capitalized
October 23rd, 2013 Drawing from the recent one-man show of the same name, Mike Tyson : Undisputed Truth is a new film from director Spike Lee that reveals the former heavyweight champ at his most unguarded.
Friday Night Fights on Friday, revealing that he's a "vicious alcoholic". The former heavyweight boxing champ says things have been difficult on his road to recovery, and that he's lied about being sober. "I'm a bad guy sometimes," he told reporters.
On last week's show Anne was forced to reveal she was author X Jordan (guest star Robbie Jones) asked Naomi to plan a launch party for the latest hot writer, known as Author X, which forced Annie to admit that she is Author X. Silver worried that
My mind flashed back to a 2011 New Yorker magazine article that had depicted the famously brutal boxer and convicted rapist as having morphed into a serene pigeon fancier. I could see that calm a slightly creepy calm with my own eyes. It was smiling
Givens is set to take on the role of Cheryl, Elizabeth ( Keke Palmer ) and Jordan's ( Robbie Jones ) sophisticated East Coast mother who is on the fast-track to political greatness. Cheryl is willing to go to great lengths to protect and preserve her
Hear Mike Tyson's name and you'll likely think of heavyweight titles, bitten-off ears, face tattoos and if you're a fan of The Hangover movies Bengal tigers. You would not, presumably, think of the stage, much less of Broadway. Yet Broadway is
One hopes that his writing skills never fade, as Omi would have a hard time if his follow-up singles to Cheerleader and All Threes were any less catchy or captivating than those tracks. The reviews from musical critics are coming in hard and fast,