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Not only was she caught kissing a married man, but she’s also facing allegations that this isn’t the first time she’s found herself in the middle of someone else’s marriage. #Lisa Raye stepped into #The Shaderoom with a message for #Nicole Murphy after she was spotted locking lips with #Lela Rochon's alleged husband. (SWIPE) 📸: Backgrid A post shared by The Shade Room (@theshaderoom) on Lisa Raye seemingly insinuated that she knew something about Murphy’s past behavior.
The accompanying article says the actor has been spending the summer running around with several different women.
A supposed source tells the outlet that Pitt “has put himself back on the market, and for the first time in years, he’s having the time of his life.” co-star, Leonardo Di Caprio.
The most intriguing inclusions come from emerging Californian singers Kiana Ledé, Sabrina Claudio and Julia Michaels, who steal the show.
THE SKIDSBurning Cities (No Bad) Scottish punk pioneers The Skids show a real sense of urgency on this bracing comeback, their first album in 37 years.
Rockaria has some suitably operatic flourishes, while the overblown 10538 Overture was the template for Oasiss Be Here Now.
In fact, we have little to say on the subject of Mariah Carey at all, other than we were recently shocked to learn that the title of her upcoming album has nothing to do with butterflies or rainbows. Reporteth one of their spies: I just wanted to tell you guys that Mariah Carey and Da Brat are definitely dating [each other]. No Homo."That said, our interest was piqued by the photograph of Mariah and Da Brat that accompanies this post. Not only is Mariah covering her chestal region with a rainbow-colored piece of fabric that was once, in another lifetime, before it was shrunk like those kids in that Rick Moranis movie, an actual article of clothing, it kind of looks like she's about to direct Da Brat's face right to her crotch.FOY VANCELive In London (Gingerbread Man)Mentored by Elton John and Ed Sheeran, the Irish singer-songwriter is in excellent voice on this solo show at Londons Union Chapel.He spends as much time talking as singing, but the simple setting suits his informal approach.They race through the first ten songs without pausing for breath, slowing the pace only on the atmospheric closer Desert Dust.Singer Richard Jobson is a galvanising presence, while Bruce Watson wisely avoids trying to emulate the angular guitar sounds of the late Stuart Adamson.