Jimmy Fallon is making sure his first week as host of the Tonight Show is must see TV with appearances by Will Smith, U2, Lady Gaga, Michelle Obama, Arcade Fire, and now Justin Timberlake!
Will we see another "History Of Rap" on the show? We can't just see Justin being interviewed or just a musical performance. We see both and maybe a skit as well.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Fallon bringing it to the Tonight Show
Who did you have perform at your last birthday party? Well, at Michelle Obama's next birthday party, her 50th, she has already lined up Adele & Beyonce. For FREE.
Both Beyonce and Adele have waived their fee's for performing at such events. Ahh, the FLOTUS.
We hear the Goldstein Bar Mitzvah will still have to pay full price for both singers.
Diagnosis: It pays...or sometimes it doesn't...to be the First Lady.
The top searches bringing people to Drfunkenberry.com for 1/3/12 were:
1. Katy Perry
4. William Levy
5. Jennifer Lopez
6. Leann Rimes
7. Michelle Obama
Cali Swag Disctrict stopped by Good Day N.Y. to drop "Burn Out" which they hope will be bigger than "Teach Me How To Dougie" as they say that is so last year.
Their new album "The Kickback" is out now!
We are not sure if "Burn Out" has what it takes to top the craze that had the First lady Michelle Obama doing it.
We will let you decide. What do you think of "Burn Out" by Cali Swag District.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: People Are Still Doing The Dougie
President Barack Obama & Michelle Obama will do a final interview with Oprah Winfrey on her 20 year plus groundbreaking talk show, simply titled "Oprah" if you haven't heard.
The interview will take place April 27th in Chicago at Oprah's studios, Harpo, which is Oprah spelled backwards. You don't want us to spell Funkenberry backwards.
The show will air May 2nd. Oprah announced last year that this would be her last season and will end the show next month.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Should Be Enough To Give Him 2012 Election
President Obama released a statement a short time ago regarding the passing of Eunice Kennedy Shriver.
Here is the statement:
Michelle and I were deeply saddened to learn about the passing of Eunice Kennedy Shriver. Eunice was many things to many people: a mother who inspired her children to serve others; a wife who supported her husband Sargent in the Peace Corps and in politics; and a sister to her siblings, including brothers John, Robert, and Edward.
But above all, she will be remembered as the founder of the Special Olympics, as a champion for people with intellectual disabilities, and as an extraordinary woman who, as much as anyone, taught our nation — and our world — that no physical or mental barrier can restrain the power of the human spirit. Her leadership greatly enriched the lives of Special Olympians throughout the world, who have experienced the pride and joy of competition and achievement thanks to her vision. Our thoughts and prayers are with Sargent; their children Robert, Maria, Timothy, Mark, and Anthony; and the entire Kennedy family.
The black woman comes in many beautiful shapes, styles, sizes, and obviously, color. Four of the most beautiful and strong black women are on the cover of Ebony magazine this summer.
Alicia Keys, Halle Berry, First Lady Michelle Obama, and Tina Turner grace the cover of Ebony.
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