Singing at sporting events is nothing for Shelby J., who rocked the highest rated Super Bowl Halftime Show in 2007. On 12-12-12, not only will she be dropping her latest single "North Carolina" featuring Anthony Hamilton, she will be singing the national anthem for the Charlotte Bobcats when they take on the Los Angeles Clippers.
If that is not enough, Charlotte is showing Shelby J. a lot of LOVE as she will be in a documentary highlighting singers and songwriters in and from North Carolina.
The documentary is called "Queen City Forward" and will be held at Packard Place which is located at 222 Church St., Charlotte NC 28202.
We will do what we can to obtain footage of Shelby singing the national anthem and get photos from the event.
Good luck Shelby!-DocFB
Diagnosis: More info on "North Carolina" on 12-12-12. Put yo hands up!
Shelby J. Photo: John Strayhorn Media Arts Collective
Model, dancer, blogger, NBA expert, official prank caller Damaris Lewis was doing a radio interview with Australia where she called PRINCE and woke him up for a live interview.
She couldn't prank Prince who is the ultimate prankster but it did make for interesting radio. "Victoria" may not know as much about the NBA as Damaris but she did get the Purple One to talk.
Prince talked about the NBA playoffs where he said "Dwayne Wade is his favorite player, but his favorite team is the Oklahoma City Thunder." Damaris, a big-time Thunder fan said she may have to battle Prince during "The Dance Electric" at tonight's show regarding the Dwayne Wade comment. Hmm. Someone got a hoop and a basketball to set up?
If he would have said Lebron (Lebum) James, I don't know what I would have done.
They were clowning each other and even brought up Prince's symbol stage looking like a spaceship. Prince stated that this is his favorite tour to date. Not a surprise to us as Prince likes to live in the now and not the past. We get that.
These shows do sound rather amazing.
Check out the fun interview above and let us know what you think.-DocFB
OK, we need to end the NBA lockout...NOW! Marc Cuban covering "Purple Rain" by Prince is making us beg for the owners and players to reach an agreement.
The owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks and hopefully future owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers Marc Cuban hit a local bar last night and instead of us giving us a mouthful of purple badness....and I mean badness in the bad sense.
At 2:17 he makes me shake my head. At 2:34 his friend hits notes that made dogs cover their ears in a 50 mile radius.
Kobe. Kevin. Mr. Stern. Mr. Cuban. Please end the lockout now. My ears cannot take anymore. Please. I rather hear Prince gloating over a Kevin Garnett dunk over Kobe Bryant then hear any other NBA player or owner cover him.
Having to hear Marc Cuban say "Come on, get nast!?" is leaving a bad taste in my mouth.
Don't get me wrong Marc. I still want you to buy the Dodgers, but please, put the microphone down.-DocFB
Diagnosis: We get this but not Dave Grohl and Prince jamming? Seriously?
The Chicago Bulls Joakim Noah apologized for the comments he made to a fan list night when he called a fan a gay slur starting with an "F" but never said that he said it, but apologized for his comments.
The NBA fined Noah $50,000, half what they fined Kobe Bryant for calling a ref the same word the game before the last game of the season.
GLADD thinks the NBA has a gay problem and they might be right. Although the players say it is just smack talk on the court, it is done in front of thousands of people in person and millions of people at home.
The NBA is in the middle of running a campaign asking people on the courts at home not to say the word, but the NBA's players are not following suit.
Was Noah's fine just right and should he have been suspended for games as well?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: NBA Action It's "F"antastic
Looks like it is not just Kobe Bryant that has a gay slur problem when angry at NBA Games. Joakim Noah may have just done the same thing tonight at an NBA playoff game as his Chicago Bulls took on the Miami Heat.
Check out the short clip above as TNT cameras caught Noah but this time, the commentators did not..comment about it.
Since Kobe's comment, there have been several anti-gay slur ads run by the NBA. Noah is not in them.
So did Noah yell a gay slur and will he get fined and suspended since this is the playoffs?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: What Would Kobe Do?
Kobe Bryant made a formal apology for his use of a homophobic slur during Tuesday's game calling his comments "Stupid and ignorant" as he called into the Dan Patrick show earlier today.
Bryant added "In this situation, seeing how many people were affected, it helps you understand the weight that comes from that word. That's why it's very important for me to communicate how sorry I am to use the word."
The Los Angeles Lakers have taken the apology a step further and have reached out to GLAAD which stands for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, to get rid of the word entirely in the NBA. Good luck with that.
"In light of this slur, there is a real opportunity to build support for our community and educate fans of Kobe Bryant, the Los Angeles Lakers, and the NBA about the use of such words," said GLAAD president Jarrett Barrios."The Los Angeles Lakers have taken a positive step and we look forward to working with them to create messages from players and coaches that combat bullying. We also suggested and will continue to advocate for zero tolerance policies for anti-gay slurs at home games, similar to what the New York Yankees adopted last year."
Although Kobe has apologized, he is still appealing the fine. Kobe, instead, accept the fine and donate $100,000 to GLAAD. That way, your fine and the donation is actually tax deductible.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Surprised Kobe Just Didn't Buy The Ref A Ring
Kobe Bryant, who was seen mouthing the words "F'ng F*g" at Tuesdays game after a referee called him for a technical foul, was fined $100,000 by the NBA. Kobe is appealing the fine. No suspension was given to Bryant. Not sure if it is now the regular season is over and it's playoffs, or they never intended on suspending him.
Kobe is already appealing the fine and saying it is "standard protocol" and added: "The concern that I have is for those that follow what I say ... look to me as a role model .. for them not to take what was said as a message of hate or a license to degrade ... or to embarrass or tease ... because that's something I don't wanna see have happen." ""It's OK to be who you are."
He made those comments earlier to ESPN radio. He did not apologize for saying it however.
P.S. we posted the photo above to show this is not the "gayest" think Kobe has ever done.
Should Kobe apologize for his verbal outburst?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: The Doc NEVER Uses The "N" Word Or That "F" Word