See why we’re having a tiny lemon tart with our morning brew:

  • Janet Jackson is set to lead a new documentary, titled Truth, about transgendered people around the globe. With production scheduled for this summer, Jackson will even do a few one-on-one camera interviews. “All people are very important to me,” said Jackson. “I’ve been fortunate to make friends and learn about very different lives. Truth is our small chance to ask that you try and understand someone who lives their life in a way that is a little different from yours, even though all of our hearts are the same. We want to stop the hate and find understanding.” [TGJ]

  • Actor Samuel L. Jackson will host Spike TV’s Video Game Awards this coming winter. This year’s ceremony, scheduled for December 7, will be its 10th anniversary. Jackson will also host the BET Awards on July 1. [EURweb]

  • Halle Berry may be able to move Nahla to Paris sooner rather than a later. A psychologist who has interview both Berry and her ex, Gabriel Aubrey, has concluded that Berry is indeed a better parent. The report also indicates that Aubrey may not be able to properly care for Nahla because of personal issues. [Black Celeb Kids]

  • Many of music’s biggest names paid tributes to Queen Elizabeth for her Diamond Jubilee celebration. Stevie Wonder, Grace Jones, Will. i. am and more took the stage honoring England’s second longest reigning monarch. [Hollywood Reporter]

  • There’s been a surge in support for George Zimmerman since a Florida judge ordered him to surrender. According to his lawyers, Zimmerman has taken an about $1K a day in donations since Friday. There’s no word on the total amount he’s earned through donations. [Bossip]