Lakewood Church Pastor John Gray's prayers for Golden State Warriors MVP Steph Curry might have been answered. The star point guard has a grade 1 MCL sprain in his right knee, an MRI revealed on Monday, according to ESPN. It is considered the least severe injury of its kind.
"Thanks for all the prayers and messages. Can feel all the positive energy. God is Great! All things considered, I'm Gonna be alright! #DubNation," Curry tweeted out to his more than 5 million followers on Monday.
Gray was on hand, along with others, after Curry's game four injury on Sunday and prayed for the star, who is an outspoken Christian. A video posted by ESPN showed pastor Gray, along with others, greeting Curry with hugs before the group huddled together in prayer following the game. more >>
It was one "hot mess" party when Kate Hudson invited other Hollywood celebrities and friends as she celebrated her 37th birthday and though the weekend festivities were actually a joint celebration get-together, the actress stunned social media with her posts.
According to People, Hudson held the party at her Pacific Palisades, California home as part of the annual "Hot Mess" celebrations with jewelry designer Jennifer Meyer and writer Derek Blasberg.
To spice up the night, Rachel Zoe arrived in a black and white striped gown, while Demi Moore opted for a mostly black ensemble. Chris Martin was also spotted wearing dark long sleeves with a blue shirt underneath, and a black bonnet. more >>
Love is definitely in the air for Blake Shelton and his girlfriend Gwen Stefani as the country crooner recently talked about their upcoming duet titled "Go Ahead and Break My Heart," which will be featured in his upcoming album.
According to People, Shelton shared how the song came to life at the end of October last year - at the same time when rumors were hot about their new-found love. Speaking at a "Voice" event on Thursday, the singer told the outlet about the song: "I love this song! This song's important to us and the fact that we wrote it together is so important to both of us."
It is worth noting that the couple are engulfed in two different music genres but it appears that no borders can stop the duo from creating music that speaks about their story that started last year, after they both went through a split. more >>
Police have recently confirmed that Joanie Laurer, who is popularly known as Chyna in the wrestling community, has died at the age of 45.
According to CNN, Redondo Beach, California police confirmed that Chyna was found dead in her apartment on Wednesday. A friend notified the authorities after the former women's champion was found unresponsive.
The New York Times further reports that a friend had been trying to contact Laurer by phone. After days of being out of reach, the said friend decided to drop by her apartment and that was when she was found not breathing. The former wrestler was already dead when authorities arrived. more >>
In what could be the most shocking part of the reunion for the ladies of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" season six, Yolanda Hadid walked out of set as the ladies bickered about her Lyme disease.
According to People, Tuesday's episode of the reunion was a mess despite host Andy Cohen trying to get to the bottom of the issue. Lisa Rinna and Lisa Vanderpump were mainly the reasons for Hadid's stint as the two Lisas revealed bombshells that broke their costar's heart.
Vanderpump indirectly admitted that she somehow didn't understand why Hadid wasn't always sick, thinking that patients should always be sick. "The way it ebbs and flows is obviously confusing," she said. more >>
People must take control of their destiny as they determine where they will spend eternity, Pastor Greg Laurie writes.
Laurie, who leads Harvest Christian Fellowship in Orange County, California, wrote in a blog post this week that people have the ability to choose whether they will spend eternity in heaven or hell, and they need to start acting on this choice now, instead of waiting until it is too late.
The megachurch pastor compares the story of Lazarus, who was raised to heaven, to the story of a man "possessed by his possessions" who spent his eternity in hell, referencing Luke 16. more >>