E!'s "Fashion Police" is mulling between the choice of Khloe Kardashian or Nene Leakes to replace Kelly Osbourne, who resigned from the show a few days ago.
Osbourne announced her decision to quit "Fashion Police" following fellow host Giuliana Rancic's racist comments about her friend, actress Zendaya Coleman's dreadlocks during a post-Oscars telecast. E! has narrowed down her replacements to Kardashian sister, Khloe and "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" reality actress, Nene Leakes.
"Fashion Police" popularity has taken a nose-dive since the death of its lead host, Joan Rivers in September last year. Comedian Kathy Griffin took over Rivers' post in December, and was joined by Brad Goreski, who replaced George Kotsiopoulos shortly after. more >>
Apple is set to launch its newest device, the Apple Watch, on Monday during their "Spring Forward" event in San Francisco. The event has a start time of 1 p.m. ET and can be watched online through live stream via the Apple website (details below).
Apple sent out invitations to U.S. and U.K. tech journalists earlier this month for their March 9 "Spring Forward" special event to be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, where a new product, the Apple Watch will reportedly be unveiled.
The initial teaser reveal for the Smart Watch last September during the unveiling of iPhone 6 and Apple Pay disclosed the wearable's sleek body, some details, and an initial price point. On March 9, the occasion will fully highlight the device, including specifics on when and where it will be available, what it will do, and how much it is going to cost. more >>
Jeremy Lin is hoping to encourage people not to judge those who are battling homelessness.
Lin, the 26-year-old Los Angeles Lakers guard, took to his YouTube channel to let people know what a day in his life looked like during the All-Star break. Lin drove to upstate New York with his entire family to visit the athlete's younger brother.
The point guard and his brother cooked traditional Chinese food such as pan fried dumplings and shared their traditions with homeless people in the park for Chinese New Year. more >>
LOS ANGELES – Together L.A., a three day conference featuring close to 50 speakers primarily discussing how churches and ministries can effectively collaborate to show the love of Christ to the city, concluded with best-selling author and pastor Tim Keller speaking about individual identity before 2,000 people in attendance last Saturday.
"Christianity doesn't just give you a new identity it gives you a radical way of forming an identity," said Keller, pastor at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, New York. "It gives you a unique, liberating and infinitely better identity than the one the culture is imposing on you right now."
Throughout the conference, Keller and other speakers discussed practical steps and gave examples of how the Christian community is tackling hard social issues. However, Keller's closing message was more about how Christians walking in faith can overcome skewed expectations from society. more >>
With Apple set to reveal its Apple Watch during the its "Spring Forward" event on March 9, fans of the multinational's products and devices are turning their eye towards San Francisco where the event will occur next Monday.
An outdoor building is currently being constructed next to the Yerba Buena Center of the Arts in San Francisco heralding the "Spring Forward" event Apple is hosting at 10 a.m. on March 9. The event is rumored to be the launching pad for Apple's latest device, the Apple Watch.
Last week, the company sent out its invitations to the media, inviting them to observe a keynote presentation on what is rumored to be the launch of the Apple Watch. The European press has also been invited to a counterpart event in Berlin on the same date at 6:00 p.m. local time. more >>
Jarryd Hayne, a Christian superstar rugby player formerly of Australia's National Rugby League, announced Tuesday that he's signed a futures contract with the San Francisco 49ers worth $100,000 in a bid to become the rare player to successfully transition to the NFL after spending most of his career playing a different sport overseas.
Hours before making the announcement, Hayne, 27, tweeted: "Today a dream becomes a reality. With God anything is POSSIBLE."
Hayne, who was named the top player in the NRL in Australia for the second time last year, quit the league in October 2014 walking away from a contract worth approximately $1 million to pursue his dream of playing in the NFL. He's trying to make the NFL as a running back after selecting the 49ers over the Detroit Lions and Seattle Seahawks. more >>