After more than a month on suspension, Roland Martin is back on the air.
See what we're chatting about on our coffee break:
- CNN's suspension of Roland Martin has been lifted. The journalist was suspended right after the Super Bowl for tweeting some insensitive and "homophobic" comments about an H&M ad featuring David Beckham. Martin has since apologized for his mistakes. [Mediabistro]
- President Obama is expected to deliver a short opening message before the Cartoon Network airs Speak Up, an anti-bullying documentary aimed at American youth. The short film is part of the network's "Stop Bullying: Speak Up" campaign and will air this Sunday at 5:30 p.m. [Fox News]
- Vanessa Williams may have landed her next gig on ABC. The former model and singer is set to shoot a new pilot called 666 Park, where she plays the wife of the building's owner. The residence is known for its supernatural occurrences. [EURweb]
- Kim Coles is heading back to TV to host Are You Normal America? on OWN. It's a game show that helps viewers decide if they're normal or not based on scientific polling and man-on-the-street answers. [Clutch Mag]
- Beyonce attended Robin Thicke's birthday bash over the weekend. The new mom was seen showing off photos of her daughter, Blue Ivy. [People]