Obama’s girls were given a personal tour of their new bedrooms by previous occupants, Barbara and Jenna Bush, the twin daughters of current president George W. Bush.

I Am Legend star, Will Smith, is fielding talks with the film’s co-writer – Mark Protosevich – to pen the remake of Old Boy which is being developed with director Steven Spielberg.

Q. Parker of the group 112 was on Atlanta’s WVEE-V103 this week to address former member Michael Keith’s allegations that the group disbanded due to mistrust amongst the quartet. Previously: ‘Slim (of 112) Goes Solo, Talks Bad Boy Then & Now’

Embattled NFL cornerback Adam “Pacman” Jones is done with the inpatient portion of his ordered alcohol treatment and has returned to Texas in hopes to rejoin the Dallas Cowboys.

Henry Simmons (Madea’s Family Reunion) has been cast opposite Ed Begley Jr., Tyne Daly, Linda Emond, Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons in the Lifetime original biopic, Georgia O’Keeffe.

According to Hypebot.com Warner Music Group (home to T.I., P.Diddy, and others) has announced that all new artists deals will be 360 Deals. Translation? More broke rappers.

In a case of the pot calling the kettle black, the “face” of HIV – Magic Johnson – is being called upon by a New York union to offer better health benefits for its workers employed at a luxury condominium he owns in downtown Brooklyn.

Critically acclaimed producer/songwriter, Dallas Austin, is now downplaying his association with Kim Zolciak of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Atlanta.

The family members of Sean Bell had their first ever meeting with federal prosecutors on Tuesday (November 18th), nearly two years after Bell died in a hail of 50 bullets fired by undercover cops outside the Queens, NY nightclub – Kalua.

In her final days in office, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice named major league baseball all-star, Ken Griffey Jr., as a new public diplomacy envoy. A job that calls for travel abroad to help polish Washington’s image… Now, if only he can win the White Sox a ring…

In an editorial appearing in today’s New York Times, Michigan native and former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney writes to Congress urging that they should not give “the Big 3” a bailout.

They say that crime pays, but for Rico Todriquez Wright, rap was his hustle. According to the Associated Press though, Wright decided to rap about a man he shot twice in September 2006.