• BET is set to honor Prince with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the upcoming BET Awards on June 27, 2010 in Los Angeles. [BET]
  • Gary Coleman’s ex-wife may have taken the ailing actor off of life support too early. In his living will, Coleman asked to be kept alive for at least 15 days. [CNN]
  • Drake’s free concert at NYC’s South Street Seaport was canceled after as many as 25,000 fans stampeded the venue. Show organizers were only expecting 10,000. [EW]
  • Randy Jackson was hospitalized on Tuesday afternoon after suffering chest pains. [CNN]
  • First Lady Michelle Obama, her daughters Malia and Sasha, and her mother Marian Robinson were among the stars that came out to watch Game 6 of the Lakers and the Celtics in L.A. last night. [DM]
  • Just as suspected, the White House party crashers Michaele and Tareq Salahi will be part of the “Real Housewives of D.C.” Also look out for African American socialite and activist Stacie Turner, who was also cast on the reality TV show. [WashPo]
  • So many people wanted the iPhone 4 that pre-orders temporarily crashed AT&T’s website. Still, the phone sold out in spite of the glitch. [PC World]
  • Gabourey Sidibe’s mother, Alicia Tan Ridley,  wowed “America’s Got Talent” judges with her rendition of Etta James’ “At Last.” Tan Ridley’s singing has been known to draw a crowd in New York City subway stations. [PE]
  • Republican Congressman Steve King says President Obama “favors the Black person.” [CBS]
  • Johnson & Johnson has expanded its medicine recall. [WSJ]
  • Someone set up a fake BP public relations Twitter page and is leaving irreverent messages that satirize BP’s response to the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. For example, “When the guys in “Grown Ups” pee in a pool it’s funny. When we crap in the Gulf it’s not. Explain that. #hypocrites.” [Twitter]

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