Take a look at why we're dunkin' donuts in our morning brew: Miguel's "Sure Thing" hits number one, a new Beyonce song leaks, and Bishop T.D. Jakes has been bitten by the Hollywood bug — he's set to produce another film, this time about a heavenly experience...

Derrick Bryson Taylor
May, 23, 2011


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Take a look at why we're dunkin' donuts in our morning brew:

  • Bishop T.D. Jakes is becoming quite the movie producer these days. The preacher already has two films under his belt, "Not Easily Broken" and "Jumping the Broom," both of which did extreme well with audiences. However, Jakes is looking to take on a more heavenly project. He's set to produce the film adaptation of the hit book, "Heaven Is for Real: A Little Boy's Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back." There's no word on when this film is set to start production. [Eurweb]

  • All of the Miami Heat fans are still glowing with excitement over last night's Heat-Bulls game. The Heat are now up two games over the Bulls. Chris Bosh scored a whopping 34 points and delivered five rebounds. On top of that, both LeBron James and Dwayne Wade scored 22 and 17 points respectively. [Urban Daily]

  • Just days after Beyonce released the video for "Who Run the World (Girls)," a second single from her anticipated album "4" has hit the net. It's entitled "'Til the End of Time." Check it out... [Punch Bowl]

  • Five years after Sean bell was killed, a community center in Queens was named in his honor. The Sean Elijah Bell Community Center will offer numerous services to the community including tutoring, mentoring, GED programs as well as job training for adults. It's great that his family has kept his name alive and is doing so with positivity. [Clutch Magazine]

  • Senior VP Stephen Hill thought the need to respond to all the controversy over Trina not getting nominated. According to Hill, Trina's video wasn't submitted during the  eligible period. Oops! [That Grape Juice]

  • Vanessa and Angela Simmons now have their own mini-mes! The duo teamed up with Barbie So in Style to create their own Barbies, which look exactly like them — precious. [YBF]

  • Not only is Miguel celebrating his success with BET Award nominations, but he's got the number one single in the country. "Sure Thing" took the top spot on Billboard this week and it's the singer's first song to reach great heights. [Urban Daily]

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