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Miss NJ:  Those of you who have been with us for a while know we have very little respect for Keisha Cole’s fashion sense.  But lately she seem to have stepped up the styling game a bit and no longer looks like she shops at the swap meet for “accent” pieces.  This is an interesting attempt at coordination.  I say interesting because it looks like she trying to match the bag, which you never do.  But perhaps I’m not seeing the outfit right.



Miss NJ:  That chicks will stop thinking this pose is attractive.  What is attractive about sticking your ass toward the camera?  How is this sexy?  If you’re one of those women who constantly wonders why you can’t get any respect, perhaps it has to do with displaying yourself like meat for sale.  Just a thought.

BK Diva:  This is picture stink on so many levels is not even funny.  Bascially what your saying is my best asset is my ass.



Miss NJ:  That seems highly insulting to me, but maybe I’m not hip enough to appreciate the inside joke.  If my birthday cake said “Pussy Wagon” on it, I’d have to have conversation with some peoples.  For real.



Miss NJ:  Don’t you have the urge to grab a tissue and wipe her face?  From a distance she looks dewy and fresh; close up, she looks a greasy mess.  Now to be fair, I don’t think her face is actually greasy, but it damn sure looks like it.  And the hair only emphasizes the “just rolled out the bed” thing she has going on here.


Miss NJ:  Why?  Because she makes it so easy, she must want us too.  Also because if she wants us to have some respect for her, she needs to stop dressing like a 20 year old trollop.  When is she going to wear something other than platform heels?  No matter the outfit, Mariah’s got a pair of platform shoes to go with it.  And isn’t it time to cover up that cleavage just a little?  I hope she isn’t doing this at 60; but the fact that she’s doing it at 40 doesn’t bode well.


David and Victoria Beckcham have become egg-heads – thanks to a charity Easter auction.

Chocolatier Thorntons are auctioning a range of chocolate eggs bearing the faces of Victoria Beckham, David Beckham, Lily Allen, Prince Harry and Gordon Brown.

The web sale is to raise money for the children’s charity Barnardo’s.

Dark chocolate has been used to stencil the portraits onto white Easter Eggs which are ebing auctioned on eBay.

Thorntons worked with design duo Id-Iom, known for their graffiti-style art, to create the bespoke eggs.

Peter Wright, marketing director for Thorntons, said: “We look forward to seeing how much we can raise for Barnardo’s.”

Miss NJ:  There aren’t words to describe how asinine this really is.  How much of a goober do you have to be to waste your money on this?  And you know the person who buys these won’t eat them.  They’ll be on display, probably behind glass.


Miss NJ:  I peeped this at Young, Black and Fabulous and had to bring it over here.  Everything about this dude says pissy gay,  but the clincher for me is the gold shoes.  Gold shoes make you gay in my book.


Miss NJ:  To quote the woman herself, “What kind of f*ckery is this?”  People talk about Mariah’s love of Photoshop but can you imagine what had to wiped out of this pic?  I’m sure her tracks are visible even from here in black and white.


 Veteran rapper Ice Cube is putting the finishing touches on his new album, “Raw Footage,” and plans to celebrate by cybercasting his concert at the South by Southwest music festival in Austin on Saturday.

The gig will stream on Ice Cube‘s online television channel,, which he created with partner DJ Pooh.

“Raw Footage,” Ice Cube’s ninth solo album, is due in stores on June 17 via his own Lench Mob Records. It includes guest appearances from Musiq, Nas, Scarface and WC.

His previous release, 2006’s “Laugh Now, Cry Later,” sold 547,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan, and ended a six-year gap between albums. Ice Cube, 38, has become better known in recent years for acting in such comedy features as “Are We There Yet?” and “First Sunday.”

Miss NJ:  Given the way albums (particularly hip-hop albums) are selling (or not selling) these days, what is he thinking?  But now that I think about the radio play money is probably what he’s after.



Miss NJ:  What is she doing?  No, really.  What is she doing?  The Mercedes door is open and she’s throwing gang signs.  Did one of her homies pull up in the lot with her?  Somebody gave her the finger and she needed to let them know who they were f*cking with?  I really need help understanding what the deal is here.