See why we’re adding a little extra milk to our morning brew:

  • Boris Kodjoe is branching out into the world of fashion. He’s teaming with “World of Alfa” to launch a customizable clothing line for men (there are also items for women). Located online, men can pick out ties and shirts in a variety of fabrics at affordable prices. Ties range from $15-30 and shirts from $29-75. Kodjoe wore his own line of clothing to the Steve Harvey Gala this past Monday night (as seen above). Doesn’t he look dashing?! We love a good man with style, and now every man can afford to look good! [Black Voices]

  • Kim Zolciak recently purchased a $3.25-million home in Atlanta. The news comes after Bravo announced the 4th season of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” — where Kim is expected to participate. Watching her move into her new home should make for good TV. [Perez Hilton]

  • Nick Cannon is set to debut his 4-hour nationally syndicated countdown radio show entitled “Cannon’s Countdown.” It will appear on April 23rd. Will you be tuning in to hear the dad-to-be? In other Nick Cannon news, he’s making it known that he regrets the nude photos he took with wifey Mariah Carey, but recently tweeted a more innocent photo of himself — his high school prom picture! It’s all to promote the release of an upcoming movie, “Prom.” [People] [Eurweb]

  • The 2012 Grammys will operate a little differently than in years past. The categories have been totally revamped. In fact, the total number of categories has been reduced from 109 to 78 and gender-specific awards have been consolidated into one. [TGJ]

  • Tameka Raymond is opening up to Sister 2 Sister about why she got plastic surgery. She claims she was mad at Usher. “It was dumb, because it wasn’t nothing a few crunches and another month wouldn’t have gotten off. I never had surgery. I ended up going into cardiac arrest while I was getting anesthesia,” she says. [Urban Daily]

  • Two men have been arrested in the murder investigation of DJ Megatron. Police in Staten Island announced the arrest of William Williams and Richard Cromwell. “That’s good that they caught them. They’re locked up for now. Life in prison would be good for them,” said Megatron’s father. [Bossip]

  • News reports are floating around that Oprah will not publicly endorse Barack Obama this time around. According to a news source, “For 2012, much has changed for Oprah. She now has her own cable channel … that has been struggling to find an audience — she isn’t going to do anything to alienate them.” [Pop Eater]