By Joanne Rosa

Now You Can See Oprah in Your Supermarket!

Disney's Coverage Of The D23 Expo 2017

Is there anything Oprah can’t do? She recently partnered with Kraft Heinz for a new line of refrigerated soups and side dishes. “O, That’s Good” was inspired by Oprah’s cauliflower mashed potatoes predicament. “I was sitting at my table in my own home and had whipped up some cauliflower, trying to make myself think I was eating mashed potatoes, but it was not working. So I thought, ‘What if I used a portion of the mashed potatoes and added the cauliflower? Then, I would have a substantive mashed potato-cauli dish…’ everyone knows I love healthy foods and cooking with food straight from my garden. I am always looking to make my meals more nutritious, without compromising on the comfort elements I love.”

“O, That’s Good” is expected to hit stores this week.

Aaron Carter Has First Gig Since Coming Out

Supergirl Pro Concert Series With Aaron Carter - Oceanside, CA

Since coming out as bisexual, Aaron Carter received a lot of support. Last night, for the first time since his announcement Aaron performed at Hamburger Mary’s in Florida.

See you Thursday at this almost sold out pop up show in my hometown! Love y’all!

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Aaron shared his new song “Hard to Love” with the crowd and said it’s about his ex-girlfriend, Madison Parker. That’s not the only thing Aaron shared last night. “I just want to say thank you so much for all of your love and support… yes, I am a bisexual man,” Aaron said to the crowd before singing his new song. He was so overcome by the crowd’s positivity that it brought him to tears.

We love you Aaron!

Essence Graces Us With Niecy Nash on September Cover


Friend to the show Niecy Nash will be on the cover of Essence magazine’s September issue, and we couldn’t be happier for her. Nash has climbed her way to the top and is finally getting the recognition she deserves. Nash talks about her new show Claws, being her worst critic, and the tragedies she’s faced in life.

Grab your issue of Essence to read the full interview!

Channing Tatum Gets Down With It at Convenience Store

Premiere Of Amazon's "Comrade Detective" - Arrivals

While driving cross-country, Channing Tatum had to stop at a Sunoco station to fuel up. He grabbed a coffee and walked over to Sunoco employee Beatrice. They were chatting away when the music was turned up and they decided to have a mini dance party. Channing couldn’t have been nicer and Beatrice couldn’t have been more comfortable with the whole A-list celebrity thing.

Watch the whole video to see why Beatrice is our new favorite person.