Best booty and booty-shaker Kim Kardashian and Ciara both rocked the same dress! They were both spotted out in the exact same Carven frock with leopard-print booties. Is this a case of best friends with a copycat sense of style? Or did Ms. Ciara inherit Kim's hand-me-downs? Whatever the case, the real question here is ... who rocked it best?
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One of the highlights of Denzel's visit was the clip of his son J.D. who was playin in a UFL game earlier this year. The eldest of Washington's four children is a running back for the Sacramento Mountain Lions (a team which has Daunte Culpepper(notes) as quarterback), and both Denzel and his wife Pauletta were on the sidelines watching the game.
As J.D. was sprinting to the end zone after catching a swing pass from Culpepper, his mom started running with him down the sideline. J.D. scored, but his mom wasn't so lucky, as Denzel explained to David Letterman:
Sitting in the audience, special guest Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed took part in the festive evening. We got a front row seat of Atlanta’s mayor standing to his feet when Ron Devoe (BBD & New Edition) did a one man version of Poison and pumped his fist in the air when Dougie Fresh led an all-hands-on-deck version of La Di Da Di.
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Also in the crowd of celeb-concert goers were Soul Train Holdings CEO Kenard Gibbs, Frank Ski, Rodney Jerkins, Dallas Austin, Sister 2 Sister publisher Jamie Foster Brown, Chaka Zulu, Catherine Brewton, Kawan Prather and many more!
The show's original featured acts were R&B veteran Donell Jones, newcomer Rhonda Nicole and Universal Motown/Darkchild Records girl group Purple Reign. As usual, guests and fans alike were thrilled to be treated to impromptu performances by Brownstone's Nicci Gilbert and Ron Devoe. But the stage-stealer of the night was Doug E. Fresh, who did his own fly version of Cali Swagg District's "Teach Me How to Dougie" and sent the crowd into a massive frenzy.
Dougie Fresh giving Teach Me How To Dougie instructions
Shanti Das and Doug E. Fresh
Yelawolf and Dallas Austin
Rodney Jerkins' protege group Purple Reign
Brownstone's Nicci Gilbert does a rendition of "If You Love Me"
The crowd goes wild for all the surprise performances.
Donell Jones does his classic "You Know What's Up"
Rodney Jerkins & Marlon Nichols
Mayor Kasim Reed, Jamie Foster Brown & Kenard Gibbs
Rhonda Nicole sings her heart out.
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Georgia Representative Alisha Thomas Morgan will be on hand to sign copies of her book No Apologies: Powerful Lessons in Life, Love & Politics and will be hosted by the Vinings wine boutique The Colors of Wine on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 from 6 – 9pm.
A $5 donation is asked to participate in the evenings' tasting. To RSVP to attend the No Apologies book signing and wine tasting, email Melissa Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday, November 14th.
The Colors of Wine is located at 2355 Cumberland Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30339.