Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez have built a friendship over the years that includes some brilliant collaborations, so when Armando Pérez was asked about working with the “Dance Again” singer he had a lot to say.
“I always have to find any excuse to collaborate with Jennifer,” the singer said.
“You know how you have the angel and the devil, she’s my angel. She’s always talking to me like, ‘Why are you so wild and lose and off the chain?’ And I say, ‘Well Jennifer this is who I am,'” he said on The Talk. “She absolutely is drop-dead gorgeous and powerful and sophisticated and militant and diligent and a hard worker and that is why Jennifer is Jennifer.”
Although they share a platonic relationship, the singer still appreciates the singer’s beauty.
“So anytime I am around her, it’s ‘Wow, mama… why you so gorgeous?” he jokingly said.
But Pitbull also explains that he’s learned about from J.Lo and said, “She opened a lot of doors for someone such as myself, so thank you, Jennifer. She knows, I always tell her when I see her.”
The two collaborated once again on their new single “Sexy Body” which is featured on Pitbull’s new album, Climate Change.
The quote of the week comes from Mara Backer, when writing about her Uncle Tommy Henry on Facebook:
“My amazing uncle (and Godfather) is finally marrying the love of his life, Marianne. I’m lucky enough to say I’ve know you both my entire life. Who would have known that the guy who helped me sell my Girl Scout cookies would one day marry my Girl Scout leader? You are both wonderful, loving individuals and I’m so glad you found each other. Love you both very much.”
— A Wee Bit Of Fun: Walker and The Brotherhood of the Grape will perform tonight at The Wee in OZ (93-03 95 Ave., Ozone Park).
Mighty was waiting on Temple on Friday and likes Louisville on Saturday. The deficit is 1020 sirignanos.
Talk about a first impression: The relationship between the two main characters in BBC America’s newest original series, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency, gets off to an extremely fast-paced start. Literally.
E! News has an exclusive sneak peek at the show’s premiere episode—and the moment that Elijah Wood‘s Todd and Samuel Barnett‘s Dirk Gently meet: mid-car chase.
And not only is Dirk speeding through the streets in a blue sports car with Todd, a complete stranger, as his passenger, he’s also multi-tasking and chowing down on a piece of pizza at the same time. Totally normal.
If you’re wondering what a holistic detective is, don’t worry—Todd is too.
“I’m very glad you asked me that, Todd,” Dirk responds when Todd asks him that very question. “The term ‘holistic’ refers to my convictions about the fundamental inter-connectedness of all things. I do not concern myself with such petty things as fingerprint powder, telltale pieces of pocket weapon, inane footprints,” Dirk explains, adding, “I see the solution to each problem as being detectable in the pattern and web of the whole.”
Sure. Makes total sense.
Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency is based on the novels of the same name from Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy author Douglas Adams, and was adapted into an eight-part series by Chronicle screenwriter Max Landis.
Check out the exclusive sneak peek clip above.
Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency premieres Saturday, Oct. 22 at 9 p.m. on BBC America.
It’s no surprise that Alicia Keys son, Egypt, is a popular kid.
Keys and Swizz Beatz‘ eldest child turned 6 years old on Oct. 14 and celebrated his big day with his closest friends and family.
Talking to E! News at Keep a Child Alive’s 13th Annual Black Ball in New York last night, the singer gushed about her son’s birthday party, telling us, “His birthday was great—he has a lot of friends, it’s really scary.”
Luckily Mom and Dad have the space to entertain! But it sounds as though Egypt is quite the sociable first-grader.
Keys added, “I don’t know how he’s ever going to not have a lot of friends.”
Meanwhile, we wanted to know if she’s offered up any parenting tips for her fellow Voice coach AdamLevine, who welcomed daughter Dusty Rose Levine into the world last month with wife Behati Prinsloo.
“I am so excited for him!” Keys exclaimed.
The singer—who was in a great mood at the star-studded event, which raised $2 million for children and families affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa and India—revealed that she spent a lot of time backstage with Levine and Prinsloo and that “they are so loving.”
And she does have a few words of advice for Adam: “Get ready man, you think you’ve ever been tired before?”
Prinsloo now “has two kids, him and the baby,” Keys laughed, making us realize that Blake Shelton might not be the only one who loves to amiably torture Levine on the set of The Voice.
Giants kicker Josh Brown admitted to abusing his wife Molly in documents that his wife turned over to Washington police last year and that cops released Wednesday, five weeks after Brown returned to play after a one-game NFL suspension for domestic abuse.
“I HAVE Abused my wife,” read one line from the journal Molly says was her husbands.
The Daily News had previously reported that Molly Brown had accused Josh Brown of being physically violent with her on more than 20 occasions. The case against Josh Brown was closed and sent to the King County Prosecutor’s Office on Sept. 14, 2016, with a recommendation of two charges of fourth-degree domestic violence assault.
In the days following Josh Brown’s May 2015 domestic violence arrest in Woodinville, Wash., Molly Brown turned over emails, documents and journal entries from herself and Josh to the King County Sheriff’s Office.
One document, dated March 28, 2013 and signed by Joshn Brown, detailed a “contract for change” by Josh as part of a counseling program. In that contract for change, Brown states, “I have physically, verbally and emotionally abused my wife Molly.” The contract appears on the letterhead of Jerry Price, a marriage counselor in Oregon.
In an email written by Josh Brown to his friends that he indicated was part of his treatment, Brown wrote that he “became an abuser and hurt Molly physically, emotionally and verbally.” Brown also wrote that he was molested when he was a six-year old child and that he began abusing women at the age of seven. Brown also noted in the letter that he had an “addiction to porn and to sex” and that he has “been a liar for most of my life.”
Molly Brown also provided officer Robin L. Ostrum with several photographs as evidence. Several photographs show a cracked mirror, which Molly Brown indicated was damaged in April of 2014 when Josh Brown pushed her into the mirror in their bedroom and then threw her on the floor and jumped on top of her. Other photographs appear to show damage to the bathroom door, which Molly Brown alleges occurred in February 2015 when Josh Brown got into an argument with her son and kicked the door in. She indicated that the door was kicked so forcefully that it cracked the door jamb, which is shown in another photograph.
Additionally, Molly Brown provided two photographs of herself which Ostrum indicated showed bruises to her leg. However, on the scans of the photographs obtained by the Daily News it is hard to discern if there is a bruise. Molly Brown alleges that Josh Brown kicked an office chair into her at one point in their relationship while in St. Louis.
The aforementioned journal entry was part of the release of 34 pages of scanned journal entries apparently by Josh Brown, as well as several emails and letters between Josh Brown and his family, that detailed marital problems between them, the kicker’s mental issues, and alleged abuse by Josh Brown against his then-wife. One journal entry includes a bullet point that reads, “Why pics of HGH,” but the context isn’t clear.
All of these new details emerged in the follow-up report by Ostrum, who indicated that the case against Brown has recently been closed. Though charges weren’t originally against Brown, Ostrum concludes in the report, “After having a formal recorded interview with Molly and several conversations with her afterwards, Molly has clearly detailed a long history of emotional, verbal, financial and physical abuse toward her, and to some degree the children, by Josh.”
Upon closing the case, Ostrum wrote, “The case file will be sent to the King County Prosecutor’s Office for their review of filing charges of (2) counts of DV-Assault 4 Degree.”
However, the King County Prosecutor’s Office had previously indicated, in a letter to the King County Sheriff’s Office on May 24, 2016, that it wasn’t bringing charges against Josh Brown in part because “the victim’s level of cooperation with you and law enforcement has been tumultuous because of her ongoing relationship and interactions with the suspect.”
The follow-up report released Wednesday also noted that, as of August 2016, Molly Brown and Josh Brown’s divorce had not yet been finalized.
In the follow-up report, Ostrum also recounted another more recent allegation by Molly Brown. After Josh Brown was selected to play in the Pro Bowl in Hawaii earlier this year, he wanted his children to come to watch the game. Molly Brown agreed to take them and to go, and said she was assured by Josh Brown that they would have separate hotel rooms.
“One night, Josh showed up at Molly’s room drunk and was pounding on her door to let in,” the report reads. “Molly refused to let Josh in, and eventually had to call NFL and hotel security. Josh was escorted away from Molly’s room and the NFL ended up having to put Molly and the kids up in a different hotel room where Josh would not know where they were.”
The follow-up report also notes that Molly Brown was said she was contacted by someone with the NFL on June 3, 2016, investigating Josh Brown’s arrest from the year prior and that Molly Brown did not wish to speak to the NFL about the matter.
“Molly stated that the NFL would only be looking to bury this whole incident and protect Josh,” the report reads.
The Giants, through a team spokesman, declined comment on all of the latest revelations revealed in the follow-up report. An NFL spokesman did not immediately return a request for comment.
Brown’s 2015 arrest only became public when he was suspended for one game by the league. The NFL has a baseline punishment of a six-game suspension for domestic violence, but the league can consider what it refers to as “mitigating or aggravating circumstances.”
The league had previously indicated that Molly Brown would not speak with them and that local law enforcement had rebuffed requests for more information.
The Giants elected to re-sign Brown this offseason despite knowing about his domestic violence arrest and the related allegations of other physical abuse.
“A lot of times there’s a tendency to try to make these cases black and white,” Giants co-owner John Mara said in August. They are very rarely black and white. You very rarely have a Ray Rice video. There are allegations made, you try to sort through the facts, you try to make an informed decision. That’s what we did.”
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