Kimora Lee Simmons, 34, due this June, waited until the last minute to actually have a baby shower. “I’m about to have a baby,” says Kimora. “I’m ready to go, so it was kind of last minute and low-key,” she tells OK!.
The Kimora: Life in the Fab Lane star invited OK! to her L.A. home on April 19 to help celebrate the pending arrival of her son with actor Djimon Hounsou, 45. The former model already has two daughters, Ming Lee, 9 and Aoki Lee, 6 with ex-husband Russel Simmons. Although the couple do not know the sex of the baby, Kimora adds,“We’re leaning heavily toward the blue team!”
Guests included Stevie Wonder and Holly Robinson Peete
For More On Your Daily Dose Of Entertainment, Visit cottenkandi.com
Former Destiny’s Child member, Michelle Williams recently announced on her twitter page, that she’s headed back to the theatre.
I guess I can announce my role of Roxie Hart in the London West End’s
production of CHICAGO!!!!!. I’m very excited about my new role…..one of my dreams was to perform on the West End in London.”
Ms. Williams is no novice when it comes to performing in musicals. In 2003, she took over the lead role in the Broadway production of Elton John and Tim Rice’s Aida. And, in early 2007, Michelle appeared on stage as the fiesty Shug Avery in the touring production of the hit musical The Color Purple.
Michelle’s stint in the production begins in July. Chicago is currently playing in London’s Cambridge Theatre.
Yesterday, media mogul in her own right, Tyra Banks, testified against Brady Green, a man from Dublin, GA. The man is said to have been stalking the star from coast to coast.
After entering “The Tyra Show” studio and attempting to see the host, Green was arrested in a McDonald’s near the Manhattan building where the show is taped, on March 18, 2008. He then told police , “I know her. She knows me. We’re good friends.” He even revealed that he “came by bus (from Los Angeles) to see her.”
Court papers further detailed Greens admittance to the police by stating, “We had a thing together.” “I sent her flowers. I sent her cards. Should I plead no contest? I’ve got satellites watching me and recording us.”
Green, 38, has pleaded not guilty to stalking, harassment and criminal trespass. He faces up to 90 days in jail if convicted by Manhattan Criminal Court Judge James Burke, who is hearing the case without a jury.