The much talked about Whitney Houston documentary “Whitney: Can I Be Me” will premiere tonight and it’s no fluff piece.In addition to her music and “princess” persona, the documentary tackles the dark side of Houston including her drug use, rumored lesbian relationship, and marriage to Bobby Brown.
The past five seasons of his show were produced by Endemol Shine North America and distributed by NBCUniversal Domestic Television. A., producers of the new show have noted that more celebrity guests will appear on the show, given that more talent is based in Southern California than the Midwest.Steve Harvey, the self-proclaimed King of Comedy, actor, and celebrated host of his own top-rated, nationally syndicated morning radio show, has long been known for these things: His extremely toothy, 1,000-watt, gleaming-white grin; his impeccably trimmed, unconventionally high afro; and his curiously long, baggy, and colorful zoot suit-inspired apparel. The comedian's head-to-gut alteration is part of his new "50 and Fly" campaign, in which he and Haney, now a personal trainer and fitness and nutrition expert, are encouraging men ages 40 and older to tone up, slim down, eat right, and, most importantly, stop using age as an excuse to let themselves go.Indeed, this is the Steve Harvey you expect to see when you hear his voice—most times loud, most times brash—bouncing off the expansive walls of his Atlanta mansion. To jump-start the campaign, Harvey, 51, and Haney, 48, created a "50 and Fly" DVD, book, and Web site featuring Harvey documenting his transformation and demonstrating Haney's exercise and nutrition weight-loss program designed specifically to boost the health, strength, endurance, and metabolism of the seasoned set.Romeo and Bullethead turn to Steve for help with the homecoming dance, while Cedric joins a video-dating service.Sophia wins the role of Juliet in the school's production of "Romeo and Juliet," but Romeo is not chosen to play opposite her as his own namesake.Now Romeo must deal with watching another man play Romeo to Sophia's Juliet.