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  • Eric Benet is a busy man these days. Not only is he preparing to marry Manuela Testollini, Prince’s ex-wife, but he’s gearing up to star in a new Indie film called “Trinity Goodheart.” We’re excited to see Benet work his acting chops! [BV]

  • Yesterday, new photos were released of Rihanna’s bruised and battered face after her 2009 brawl with Chris Brown, who took to his Twitter to share his thoughts. “The Devil is always busy!! But when u have a destiny, nothing or no one can stop what god has planned!” The tweet was later removed. [Urban Daily]

  • 2011 is the year of remakes. News is circulating that Warner Brothers is planning to remake “The Bodyguard” sans Whitney Houston. No word on who will play the lead. [Clutch Magazine]

  • Oprah has about 34 shows left to complete before she’s done with her series. The NY Post is reporting that she’s planning to line up a star-studded week prior to her March hiatus. As you know, Diana Ross will be on today’s show and Willow Smith is set to join her next week! In other Willow Smith news, her new single, “21st Century Girl,” will debut on Monday, Feb. 28th. [NY Post] [Punch Bowl]

  • Sherri Shepherd reveals she hasn’t made many plans regarding her upcoming wedding, but admits she’s got the bachelorette party down, and Barbara Walters isn’t invited. In fact, none of the other “View” co-hosts were invited. Shady… [Perez Hilton]

  • Despite Steve Harvey’s recent woes, he’s forging on to mentor up-and-coming young men. He hosted his annual mentoring weekend for 100 young boys, this time in L.A. Cedric the Entertainer shared three pearls of wisdom for the youngsters: 1. Surround yourself with like-minded people. 2. Plan your work and work your plan. 3. Find a mentor that’s great. [Eurweb]

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  • President Obama recently welcomed guests into his home for a special screening of HBO’s Thurgood Marshall documentary starring Lawrence Fishburne. Take a look at the White House special event in the clip below.