Coffee Talk: Michelle Williams Dismisses Beyoncé Pregnancy Rumors

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Plus: Shirley Strawberry of the Steve Harvey Morning Show got married, Kevin Garnett headbutts Dwight Howard during last night's NBA game, and more!

Here's the tea we're sipping on this Tuesday morning:

Michelle Williams set the record straight about Beyoncé's rumored pregnancy. During her appearance on The View yesterday, the former Destiny's Child member shut down reports that Beyoncé is expecting her second child. "It's just no truth to it. Sorry!" she said. Rumors began to swirl after Beyoncé posted a photo on Instagram of what appeared to be her bulging belly covered in sand. But Williams says this photo isn't very reliable. "If you look at the picture, the baby bump is like, where her knees probably really are," she said. Guess we'll have to wait and see if the rumors are true. [ET Online]

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Steve Harvey's morning show co-host, Shirley Strawberry, got married over the weekend! The relationship expert wed her husband Ernesto, 50, on Friday. Ernesto proposed to Shirley live on the radio just a few months ago, and now the happy couple has officially walked down the aisle! Congratulations and good luck, Shirley! [Madame Noire]

What should have been a harmless foul got way out of control during the first quarter of last night's game between the Houston Rockets and the Brooklyn Nets. Kevin Garnett pushed and head butted Dwight Howard in the face shortly after the ref's call. Yikes! Garnett was kicked off the court for the rest of the game while Howard received a technical foul. [Complex]

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The 23rd Annual Pan African Film Festival will open with The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution, the first documentary about the members of the Black Panther Party. The PAFF seeks to promote cultural understanding among people of African descent through the exhibition of film and art. This year's festival will take place in Los Angeles from February 5 through 16. [PAFF]

A new documentary about Martin Luther King Jr and the Civil Rights Movements is coming to a theater near you. 7AM is a film based on the past and current struggles Black Americans trying to create and maintain an economic infrastructure in the U.S. Take a look at the trailer below: 

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