President Barack Obama will lay out his plan and thoughts on a possible military strike against Syria.
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• Tonight at 9 p.m. President Barack Obama will address the nation regarding his thoughts and plans on Syria. The president is seeking the American people's support for a possible military strike. Congressional officials don't appear to be supporting the president after returning to session yesterday. It's unclear what Obama will do if Congress votes no on a military strike. However, during his press interviews yesterday, the commander-in-chief mentioned that Syria might surrender its chemical weapons—indicating a subtle act of diplomacy could be on the horizon. Despite the latest development, Obama says the U.S. needs to keep a "credible threat of military pressure" on Syria. [Associated Press]
• Tyra Banks is paying tribute to many of her icons and fellow sister-models—including Cindy Crawford, Kate Moss and Twiggy. The America's Next Top Model creator posed as a number of catwalk queens in her latest photo shoot with Udo Spreitzenbarth. Banks shot a series of 15 black and white photos in an exhibition called Tyra Banks Presents: 15. "I've put my own spin on #NYFW w/a photo tribute to some of the fiercest #SuperModels ever," tweeted Banks. "Unretouched. Real. Raw." [E! Online]
• Miguel is out with new music. The popular singer released a new song yesterday entitled "Can't Sleep Together." The song was created for the 2013 Adult Swim Singles Program, created by the cable network. Check out the song here! [Rolling Stone]
• Yesterday, K. Michelle responded to Tamar Braxton's not-so-kind comments about her album numbers. K. Michelle tweeted, "I'm really just trying to stay positive and live my life. I bought the album to support her and everything. I don't get it. But I'm the bully." She went on to later say that Braxton should be more humble. [TGJ]