"My heart is very sad but my knees are happy as hell," said Hughley.
See what we're talking about over a hot cup of joe:
• Last night's elimination episode of Dancing with the Stars was quite dramatic. While NFL star Jacoby Jones won audiences over, fans were sadden to learn that comedian D.L. Hughley couldn't gather enough votes to stay on board. "My heart is very sad but my knees are happy as hell," said Hughley with a laughed. "I think we took the ride as long as we could. The days were getting longer." [Entertainment Weekly]
• Are Kandi Burruss and NeNe Leakes feuding? Burruss says there's no bad blood, but the two just don't "mesh well." Burruss opened up to the Grio and shared her view on their shabby friendship. "I don't even consider it a beef," she said. "I'm happy with everything she's doing. I've told her many times and I've said it to the world, that I think that she's doing some wonderful things… but it's like she's never complimented me on anything… Ever." [Grio]
• Legendary actor Billy Dee Williams was involved in a minor fender bender in Hollywood recently. The actor accidentally backed into another car in a parking lot. He blames the incident on the other driver for being so speedy. "Young people today," he said. [TMZ]
• Tyler Perry isn't pleased with Orlando Bloom's Madea prank. The comedian released a fake statement saying he's been recast to play Madea in Tyler Perry's upcoming movie. Perry told Sister2Sister publisher Jamie Foster Brown, "That was an April Fool's joke that HE did. Not True. And not funny." [Sister2Sister]