• In a follow-up to his feature on children and race, Anderson Cooper spoke to singer John Legend, who said race bias is real. Legend described a recent direct encounter with racism that he had while driving in Virginia. [CNN]
  • Jennifer Hudson dished on how she went from a size 16 to a size 6. “I’m in the best shape of my life!” she told People. [People]
  • There’s a new movie called “Mean Moms” that’s all about “competitive parenting” coming to a theater near you. Think “Mean Girls,” just a little more grown up, but not more mature. [EW]
  • A 19-year-old woman is suing her former high school for confiscating her cell phone, searching through it — finding semi-nude photographs — and handing it over to authorities. The American Civil Liberties Union is backing her up, saying, “We think it is a grave violation of her privacy.” [CNN]
  • “I’m never going to be one of those skinny girls, so what?” Kim Kardashian tells Shape. [Shape]
  • Americans are going crazy for KFC’s Double Down sandwich, or heart attack in a take-away bag. [HP]
  • Tyra Banks has a new agency. The model and TV personality has chosen IMG to represent her for commercial endorsements and fashion endeavors. [IMG]
  • More little girls are wearing heels at an early age. Is this cute or careless? [NYP]
  • A connoisseur of all things Brooklyn, director Spike Lee has released a new flavor of Absolut dedicated to his favorite NYC borough. Absolut Brooklyn is flavored with red apple and ginger, with a label that features the famous Brooklyn Bridge. [NYDN]
  • The ex-wife of famed drug lord Frank Lucas (“American Gangster”) was arrested for allegedly selling cocaine. [NYDN]

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