The "Kiss Kiss" hitmaker was introduced to the podium by Jermaine Jackson on the first anniversary of the King of Pop's death mark.
The young singer showed off his fancy footwork in "The Way You Make Me Feel ',' Smooth Criminal 'and' Billie Jean ', but struggled to complete his tribute segment tears streaming down his face while trying to Jackson classic sing Female in the mirror. "
His surprise addition to the show line-up came one year after Brown was forced to bow out of plans to participate in the Michael Jackson memorial concert after his sensational bust-up with ex-girlfriend Rihanna.
It was also a big night for Kanye West, who kicked off the 10th annual ceremony with a provocative performance of his new song "Power", making his first major television appearance since the storming of the stage at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards .
A pregnant Alicia Keys led the way during ceremony where double award for Best Female R & B Artist and Best Collaboration for her work on Jay-Z's New York anthem, "Empire state of Mind", while Lil Wayne's protege Drake and Nicki Minaj prevailed on the main rap categories, where the best male and best female hip-hop artist titles, respectively.
Both artists made sure that their imprisoned boss, real name Dwayne Carter, remember when they accepted their prizes, with Minaj dedicates her award to the prison-like star Wayne Drake called "my hero and my mentor."
John Legend was honored with a special award for his philanthropy, while Keys, Janelle Monae, Patti LaBelle and Esmeralda Spalding all took part in a musical tribute to Lifetime Achievement Award winner Prince.
The audience in Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium welcomed the soul icon to the stage with a standing ovation and Prince thanked his fans for their support long-term when he called the promising new talent in the music industry.
He said: "I believe the future is in good hands. I have so much talent here tonight .. and I'm just so glad to be a part of this world of music.
"I was pretty wildly in my younger days and you do not have to do what I did, you do not hoeft to any of the mistakes I've made. The future is now in your hands, the world is truly yours."
It was a night of collaborations with PDO working with Keyshia Cole and Eminem for "Aircraft," and Diddy, Dirty Money is assisted by Rick Ross, TI and Nicki Minaj on the "Hello, Good Morning" remix, while on the podium again for the show got Minaj Ludacris' finals with rocker Tommy Lee on drums before his single "My Bad Chick. "
Ludacris closed the show as part of DJ Khaled's all-star lineup for 'All I Do is to win, "the will of T-Pain, Busta Rhymes and Sean" Diddy "Combs to help the night to end .
Other highlights of the 10th annual BET Awards performances by Usher, El DeBarge and Alicia Keys, who sang a medley of her hits including 'No One', 'Try Sleeping recorded with a broken heart' and 'Unthinkable (I'm Ready). "
Late star Lena Horne, Teddy Pendergrass, and former actor Gary Coleman were also remembered at the annual awards show, which was hosted by Queen Latifah.
Presenters included Jada Pinkett Smith, Taraji P. Henson, Nia Long, Ciara and Mike Epps.
The singer and dancer pled guilty last year to assault His ex-girlfriend, singer Rihanna, and was Sentenced to Five Years of Probation and 180 days community labor. Since then he Has Been Struggling shaft to mount a comeback album sales historian goods slackened.
On last night's awards show, he Tried to His Image rehab and why fans Remind They May Have liked HIM in the first place. After Being Introduced by Jermaine Jackson, Brown paid tribute to Michael Jackson by dancing along to Some of His hits, like "Billie Jean," copying and Some of His signature moves. When It Came to the close of the routine, and Brown was Supposed to dance and sing along to the Jackson song "Man in the Mirror," he seemed to become Overcome with emotion, and sobbed his way through the number.
"Man in the Mirror" is a track off of Jackson's 1987 solo album, "Bad." It was written by Siedah Garrett and Glen Ballard. The lyrics to "Man in the Mirror" include the lines "I've been a victim of a selfish child of love ... I'm starting with the Man in the Mirror / I'm asking HIM to change His ways."
Brown's performance set off a Debate INSTANTLY online. His tears had he faking? And what was he getting so emotional about? Rihanna? His career setback? Jackson's Death? Something else?
Later on the BET broadcast, When Brown Came up to accept the AOL Fandemonium prize, an award honors historian That fans' devotion online, he said "I let you down before but I will not do it again, I promise."
'What started as plans for a single, Quickly Developed Into a passionate album, Representing change, hope and activism, referencing not only one moment in time, Particular, but on a larger scale, holding true no matter what the Political Climate May Be, "read a release from the label, Which described the effort as a mixture or "gospel, rock and reggae with hip-hop inflections Influences."
The first single from the set of Will be "Wake Up Everybody" featuring Common and Melanie Fiona. It was first made famous by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes (with Teddy Pendergrass singing the vocals). Marvin Gaye's "Wholly Holy," Donny Hathaway's "Little Ghetto Boy" and "Hang On In There" by Mike James Kirkland Are Amongst The Other inclusions. Only one original track, from Legend is listed: "Shine," Which was featured in the David Guggenheim Documentary on Public Education "Waiting for Superman."
This marks the first time Legend and The Roots Have collaborated on a recording. The Roots - Who Also Happen to be the house band on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon '- just-released ninth studio effort and Their New" How I Got Over. " Legend HAS released three albums, the latest-being 2008's "Evolver."
Soulful El DeBarge, Smoother Than Ever, Debuts Music From New Album Second Chance On 'BET Awards' Show
"I want the world to know that everyone deserves a second chance," said DeBarge. His long-awaited fifth solo album, Second Chance tells his story of redemption that a period of personal turmoil for the immensely talented singer and songwriter followed. Earlier tender and smooth falsetto love songs resulted in 16 Top 10s, both with his family group DeBarge, one of the most popular young American Pop R & B acts of the '80s, and as a solo performer. But El continued to be heard, even when leaving the scene following the 1994 Heart mind and soul, a collaboration with Babyface. Everyone from the infamous B.I.G. Ashanti and Mariah Carey and Patti LaBelle to have covered or sampled hits with him as singer, many of which he also wrote and produced. Now the original is back - renewed, rededicated, and ready to take his place again under the real stars of R & B.
: R & B singer Chris Brown Performed Tonight At The 2010 BET Awards, an emotional tribute to Michael Jackson the King of Pop's anniversary to remember His death. Chris Brown Performed by Jermaine Jackson and with Jackson's hit "The Way You Make Me Feel". Chris Brown was nominated for the BET Awards Also 2010 as Best Male R & B Artist.
On other side, with five nominations, Jay-Z leads the list of nominees at Bet Awards 2010. Beyonce, Alicia Keys, Trey Songz and Melanie Fiona Each four possessions.
Watch Bet Awards 2010 live streaming on BET on Sunday, June 27 at 8:00 pm / 7:00 ct . Janet Jackson, Alicia Keys, Drake Usher, Nicki Minaj, Diddy, TI, Trey Songz, Ludacris, Eminem, Kim Burrell Will Perform Tonight Queen Latifah and Will host the ceremony.
The documentary tells the tragic story of Andres Escobar, a Colombian defender on the 1994 World Cup team who accidentally own goal scored in a crucial match against the United States. Colombia was eliminated and the error was a fatal mistake, for he was later slain in returning to Colombia. You can learn more about his life by clicking here.The film also highlights another, more famous in Colombia Escobar - Pablo Escobar. Pablo was the head of the powerful Medellin cartel and was once the richest men in the world 10. His drug empire was very powerful and relentless and the film notes the role of drug money to the financing of the Colombian national team. For more information about Pablo, please click here.
ESPN The film was earlier tonight (June 21) and will air again on July 2 ESPN2 at 1 am Eastern, 11 hours Pacific. "The two Escobar" was directed by Jeff Zimbalist and Michael. To read and learn more about the film
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But soon, the charm of Jason Lee Memphis Police Detective Dwight Hendricks began to insinuate themselves in the hour. Dwight Lee's is a polite, modest man with a smart toughness - like its hero, Elvis Presley was in his prime. (And no, while Dwight may Croon Elvis songs on this show, he was not an impersonator - the white-jumpsuited scammers were relegated to a few short seconds.) As for his new boss, Lt. Tanya Rice, she was played by Alfre Woodard with a warmth and spiky humor that quickly transcended the usual stiff Grump role this kind of character in this genre usually offers.Memphis beat, made by Liz. W. Harto (Cold Case) and Joshua Harto (The Dark Knight) and George Clooney as one of the producers, is steeped in Memphis soul. The night of the main plot turned on the case of an old woman who was assaulted a legendary Memphis disc jockey to be. Dwight grew up listening to her, and spoke intensely of the hearing and felt that Presley "he said everything I felt only the sound of his voice. "Every show that the wisdom that is imparted to the sound of a voice, and values are not necessarily the words that are sung, is a show with her own soul.
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The tornado was first reported at about 4:45 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time, said Lt. Mark Cady, of the Billings Police Department. The tornado approached the town from the southeast, does the most damage in the two neighborhoods called The Heights and the Lower Heights before heading to the northwest, he said.
The tornado also attracted more than half of the roof of the Rimrock Auto Arena at Metra Park, leaving pieces scattered over a ¾-mile area, said Lt. Cady. The Arena, which seats 10,000 people, hosts indoor football games, rodeos and concerts. The tornado also damaged a casino, a bar and a laundry operation in the center of the city and leveled a glass broke some shopping and gas.
At a McDonald's restaurant, about 20 people took cover in the walk-in freezer, when they saw the tornado coming, "said Lt. Cady. The tornado blew all the glass of the building.
The tornado was also accompanied by floods cars stranded on roads in deep water left. Runoff from the storm also overwhelmed the city sewers.
"Manhole covers were off because the pressure of the water to breathe," said Lieutenant Cady. "It's a mess right now."
The tornado was part of a storm through the area that also dropped hail measuring nearly three inches in the Bighorn and Yellowstone Counties, the National Weather Service said in a local storm report.
The Billings Logan International Airport reported 2.24 inches of rain from the storm, where a local record for the date. The old record rainfall for this date is 0.47 inches in 1947.
The storm left as quickly as it appeared, and half hours later, the sun was shining, the officials said. Some euro area residents who wanted to harm themselves created extra work for the professionals see as the traffic became congested along the street, officials said.
"Main Street is the busiest road in Montana," said Lieutenant Cady. Officials had planned to get people to dissuade the city to drive to tour the damage, he said.
Officials remain a flash flood warning for the central Yellowstone County until 21:45
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That is almost 40% more than 3.7 million viewers who saw the Season Two premiere last year. In general, the second season of "True Blood" averaged about 4.3 million viewers, who are three seasons to about 20% compared to last year. Millions more will watch True Blood Season 3 Episode 2 tonight.
For Time Warner HBO, "True Blood" has become one of the largest pay-TV channel successes since the most highly rated shows like "The Sopranos" and "Sex and the City."
While the "True Blood" is still not reaching those figures, the DVD sales are skyrocketing. The show hasn 'offered in the repetition of the circuit yet. Watch True Blood Season 3 Episode 2 tonight on HBO. Fans and critics are enthusiastic about what they saw in the show so far.
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Thematically, this is a show about that very thing. It's about a city that's been dealt a horrible blow. But it's not about the horrible blow. It's about the getting back up and moving forward with life, with your spirit intact. And That is what the cake walk away from the cemetery Represents. The dead person was buried and now this is about the moving on and the Carrying forward and the maintenance of the community spirit.
The creators made the conscious decision of Treme to the early months after the series broke and flooded the city Levées, killing HUNDRED AND ITS Leaving uncertain futures. And yet, on the first season's course, we've Experienced The Death of SEVERAL people who Were Killed by the flood Either Directly (the Mardi Gras chief found in His home) or indirectly or figuratively by ITS aftermath (Albert's trombone teacher, Daymo and Creighton).
The season's final scene showed us the cake walk away from Daymo's funeral, an extended sequence that was honest and loving in ITS treatment or both the characters (LaDonna, letting the celebratory music help bear re complaint, and Toni, Unable to Let Go re Anger) and of the music, Which we saw as We Have the Entire season-from street level, not just art but as abstracted as a main stay and support community Functioning of life.
As the second line reached cakewalk ITS end, the camera Pulled back, as we saw the group reach ITS stopping place at the street corner. Treme Might Have Cut to credits there. But instead, it lingered Another minute, showing the music stops, and the crowd break up. Drifted off Musicians and Mourners. Friends found eachother and struck up conversations. The second line Became a community of people in the street again. Life went on, ITS injuries salved and Its Fractured bonded a little by the common experience of the music.
From the beginning of the series, David Simon and company talked about how They wanted to make a show That dramatized The Importance of culture in the Life of an American city, a goal That Might Have Either sounded highfalutin or impossible. As you know if you've read my weekly posts, I had problems with how Sometimes They did it. Especially around the middle third of the season, the storytelling Could get slack, and the creators of the show, seemingly unwilling to leave Any reality on the cutting-room floor on order to edit it write compelling threads-not Wanting to use the devices, in Creighton's words, or "plot-driven entertainment" Sometimes, lost the series' drive. (For me, I'm thinking of much of the Sonny and Annie plot, or Antoine's interludes with Japanese historian factor deprivation, but I certainly expect your mileage to vary.)
But it HAS to be said: They took on a tremendous challenge, Creating an hour long drama about life and survival in a series That eschewed the automatic conflict generators or genres like cop and medical shows, and did it while Placing the main driving event , Katrina, deliberately offstage. And in the season's finest, most transcendent moments, like closing the second-line and someother in this final-they Actually Pulled It Off: They actually, through the relatively ordinary stories of characters we'd come to know, That showed culture was not just something a city like New Orleans as a tourist Creates business proposition but a part of Everyday Life, Sustaining.
Which is why I'm very slippery Treme Has a second season: IT HAS ITS voice, ITS Style and Its Characters, and Its shown us what it can do When It uses THOSE in the service of compelling stories. So I'm tremendously optimistic That, between the seasons, the writers and producers Can Maintain what works, husks the series' story and make this component exemplary portrayal of American life here better.
One area where clause Season One had no problems VIRTUALLY was casting, and "I'll Fly Away" Some drew fabulous performances from three central ITS actresses. Khandi Alexander and Kim Dickens Each movingly Followed through on stories they'd been playing out the Entire season, but it was time for a Particularly Melissa Leo. For the Entire season, playing the ensemble's go-to lawyer and Creighton's support, Toni HAS gene rally leg a player in Other People's stories, but re reaction to His suicide, after a fleeting attempt at denial and re-hardening anger showed why you cast an Leo's fire power or actress in the role. Her Refusal of His funeral requests and the second line of the thought-out final expressions of His NOLA-centric life, was a furious slap at HIM through the wall of death, and a Refusal in re feeling of betrayal, to Facilitate to stage-manage His death: "He quit! Hey fucking quit! Whole goddamn city down on ITS ass, all of us. Still here, one day after the next. I can not dance for HIM."
The city is still there-much of it-and the characters are We Have Followed Carrying on. But over the course or episodes, Treme HAS shown how bouncing back isn't easy, they're wounded, to varying degrees, feeling and losses That Will Never be made whole. Which is why it was all the more effectivement that-as opposed to, say, weaving flashbacks Into the series all season-the final episode showed us, minutes before it ended, what life had legs like Before Katrina and what They lost: Antoine Leaving His home and car (leading to all THOSE cab ride Negotiations) Daymo fatally missing a call and getting Pulled over on his way out of town, Creighton seeming to draw a kind of sustenance from Being a Cassandra about the Levées, Sonny and Annie Enjoying a sweet moment before the rain, and so on.
The lyric That Steve Earle's character Worked on with Annie, and Which Played on the credits-"This City Will never wash away / This City Will Never Drown 'May Have Been a little on-the-nose as a statement of Treme's spirit, but after coming to the episodes, it felt earned. Just aa church is not a building but ultimately the Congregation That fills it, so too is New Orleans, not the buildings but the people Damaged That Inhabits it. What Treme HAS shown us, over the season, is by making a choice That, and making it re-Every Day, They keep that city constituted.
Also it showed us but thats not all of theme are going to make That choice. Creighton chooses the River. Janette chooses (for now) New York. Axis for the rest, though, while second-line They fit on to get Their complaint: They and We Can Also not forget the real things That they're lost. They May not wash away or Drown. But hey Will always be marked, somewhere, by the flood's faint watermark.
Now for the hail of bullets:
* While I'd be sad to leave New Orleans for Janette, Kim Dickens, or to leave the cast, it felt right That she leave. Not everybody stuck it out in New Orleans, and there Needed to Be Someone for Whom what she had just lost too much. Also it would not possessions sat right with me to an ending possessions in Which Davis re Suddenly opened eyes to the magic of the city-when after all, she's been a part of That city's culture for years. But I'm not sure that's what he was doing finally, as if Davis Sees His Role as-being New Orleans' biggest cheerleader, just to the point of belligerence. He says he's trying to Convince Janette to say, but-if he HAS matured at all as a character on thesis-months I'd like to think That he's really just trying to give re one great goodbye.
* One of the things I'd like to see a second season in Treme Improve Work For Wendell Pierce is meatier. Pierce HAS Played the hell out of the character "When he's had the material, but Sometimes Antoine HAS felt more functional than-Integral as a character. That is, he's there Partly Because this is a show about music and the lives of artists, and Pierce HAS done great work Inhabits His hustling, on-the-edge life (where clause busting a lip and losing a trombone, for Existence, can mean His gelding). But he's Also in loss or there to Provide a route for Some of the show's great musical cameos, and leading to storylines like this, Where we get to see HIM jam with the legendary Allen Toussaint, but spent must of the episode in a comic-relief plot His gambling away about earnings.
* A couple of excellent scenes fittingly for Clarke Peters in this final. First, Obviously, the tag was small visual of His showdown with The Other On The Street krew chief (picture above) That Ends with an arm bump and "respect for respect." It's a disorienting scene, one to an outsider That Can SEEM to be setting up a street battle, but it turns out the be a mutualism or acknowledgment and tribute to tradition. But there was the less showy Also, yet thematically Similar, Scene in Which His jams with His son, a sweet moment, but Also One That Shows That They Can not Play a few bars without Arguing about the younger generation's abandonment of tradition. Both scenes get at Aspects of Albert That we've seen over the season, from His commitment to reforming the krew to beating down an intruder to His quixotic protest housing project: Albert is principled and dedicated, but he is Also a hard man Which Can manifest as stubbornness, hostility or ugliness here. Good on-Treme Thats it did not idealize HIM or sand down rough edges THOSE.
* There May Be fans of Sonny and Annie's story line, but to me it fizzled out pretty much where clause it seemed it Would all along: he's just another weak guy who can not stand His woman having more success than-huh Does, Exactly as he seemed at the beginning. With Annie and Davis apparently poised to become a thing now, it'll be interesting to see whether Davis HAS in fact grown and matured at all, or if he just Seems so in comparison to Sonny.
* And speaking of Davis, an Utterly throw away time in the finals, Which proved to be beautiful and unshakeable, Davis was getting theme-song performer John Bouteille to Janette serenaded with "Bring It On Home to Me." I bet a few more viewers Than Were thinking, just before Davis said it, huh That sounded just like Sam Cooke. To Which Answered he: "I fucking sound like John Bouteille!" Last words Perfect for a show That began amid heavy comparisons to The Wire Among Others-things-and Strove passionately to sound like Itself, and to capture the ineffable ways in Which only sounds like New Orleans Itself.
In Toy Story 3, which comes out in theaters Friday June 18, the character of Slinky Dog is not voiced by Jim Varney as it was previously. Blake Clark has stepped in to fill that role because sadly, Jim Varney died in 2000 of lung cancer. Who knew that great voice was produced by smoking?
Comedian Blake Clark is a great choice for the role though, his voice is perfect! He also has a great sense of timing and knows exactly how to deliver a line for maximum effect. I sincerely doubt that Toy Story 3 suffers at all without Jim Varney voicing Slinky Dog.
Blake Clark is also starring in another upcoming movie called “Grown Ups” which I (for one) have been looking forward to seeing. That movie stars Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade and a bunch more comedic big names and looks to be a rockin’ good time.
LOS ANGELES - So this was the situation: As the Celtics [team stats] took the court last night at the Staples Center for Game 7 of the NBA Finals, it was with the understanding it could be the last time the Big Three would be seen together as teammates.
You all know the drill: Ray Allen is a soon-to-be-free agent. If he winds up leaving the Celtics and signing with a new team, that will leave Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce [stats]. True, you can throw Rajon Rondo [stats] in there next season and call it yet another new Big Three, but come on: In this case, three minus two equals zero.
It just made sense, then, that a lot of media people, in the run-up to Game 7, would be seeking out various members of the Celtics and ask them their thoughts on the possibility that the band might be breaking up.This is where Brian Scalabrine enters into the discussion. And say this about Scal: Even as he was preparing himself for Game 7, the man refused to lose his sense of humor.
For when Scalabrine was asked what he thought about the Big Three era possibly coming to an end, he asked this question: Has it occurred to folks that we might also be seeing the end of the Scal era?
And it’s true: The man is 32 years old, a veteran of nine seasons in the NBA, the last five in the employ of the Celtics. And his deal is up at the end of this season.
“Would you like me consider that this is the end of the Big Three’s dynasty?’ Scal asked. “There is the possibility of that happening, but I would think that would be the last thing on our minds heading into Game 7 of the NBA Finals.
“They’re best,” he said, referring to Pierce, Allen and Garnett. “You learn so much from all of them.”
Scalabrine then paused and said, “But what about me? What about the Big Three plus Scal? Like, this could be the last game that I play as a Celtic as well. So you have to think about that.
“Someone should go ask Ray Allen how he’s dealing with the fact that this could possibly be Scalabrine’s last game as a Celtic,” he said. “Why don’t you go ask him that question and see.
“That’s the real question people should be asking because the Big Three era is coming to a close and they’ve been there for three years. But the Scalabrine era has been there for five.
“Clearly the Scalabrine era cannot be called a dynasty unless we win Game 7, but it’s something we should be talking about.”
Are we all agreed this guy will be missed?
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