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NICKI MINAJ’S OPENS UP ANOUT HER REALITY SHOW
Nicki Minaj is starring in her own reality television special -- and her life is just bizarre enough to make the show fascinating. The "Starships" creator agreed to let cameras follow her around for 21 days, and the result is a three-part series that will air on E! beginning this Sunday (Nov. 4) at . Subject matter includes her upcoming world tour, her perfume launch and the release of the new edition of her album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded The Re-Up. The "American Idol" judge even dishes about the rumor-laden drama between her and fellow judge Mariah Carey. "Ain't nobody gonna run me off that motherfuckin' show, playboy," Minaj promises. Despite this swaggering promise, the star gets a little reflective too. "I'm definitely my own worst critic. I don't get the chance to set the record straight about a lot of things," she said. Check out the episodes on E! to see Nicki finally get a chance to set the record straight and also show her tardy side as she shows up late for her first day of "American Idol" judging.
Christina Aguilera will be taking the stage at NBC's just announced Hurricane Sandy benefit concert. Slated to air Friday, the concert has been titled "Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together" and will air at on NBC Universal networks. Aguilera is one of five acts booked for the benefit including Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Jon Bon Jovi, Sting and Billy Joel. According to NBC, money collected will be donated to the American Red Cross relief efforts. The special will air Friday at 8 p.m. ET on NBC, NBC.com, USA Network, SyFy, MSNBC,
The Usher Raymond v. Tameka Foster case is not quite finished. CBS Atlanta actually launched an investigative report on the judge who granted the singer custody of their two children. Questions arose about the relationship between Usher’s lawyer and the deciding judge a while back, along with a few other holes in the case. The former couple returned to the court just last week after Usher’s ex-wife asked the judge to recuse herself from the case; and requested a new trial. She’s fighting it. When Judge Bensonetta Tipton Lane awarded full custody to Usher, Tameka’s attorney learned that Usher’s celebrity lawyer may have helped her get re-elected in 2008.
If Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant thought his mama-slapping case was being put aside by