Here's what's making our cappuccinos extra hot this morning - the Old Spice Guy won a Creative Arts Emy last night. Wyclef Jean is not giving up his bid for president of Haiti. Iowa elected its first Black female judge. Plus, just before her new album drops, Faith Evans was arrested for DUI. Here's what you had to say:
Beverly commented via Facebook: "I love the Old Spice commercials. Congrats Isaiah."
Selena wrote via Facebook: "Proud of the accomplishments for the female judge in Iowa. Congratulations."
Isaiah Mustafa, the Old Spice Guy that made all our men jealous this year, won a Creative Arts Emmy Award for his short videos last night. From the looks of his face, he’s still got the routine down even though his run with Old Spice is over. [SG]
R&B singer Faith Evans was arrested for drunk driving on Saturday. She was stopped at a drunk driving checkpoint, where she was picked up. She was held on bail and released on Sunday morning. [AP]
Wyclef Jean isn’t bowing out of Haiti’s presidential race just yet. Despite being disqualified by the Haitian government on Friday, Jean is looking to get the courts to overturn that decision. He says he has paperwork indicated that he is indeed qualified to run for president. [ABC]
In case you missed the cinema magic that was “Avatar” several months ago, you can breath a sigh of relief. The beautiful and very popular film is returning to theaters this Friday. It’s already made $2.7 billion worldwide. [Yahoo]
The star-studded film “Lottery Ticket” opened this weekend at number four. It grossed a total of $11.1 million. [USA Today]
One of CBS News’ trusted voices has passed away. Harold Dow, most known for his work on “48 Hours” died suddenly on Saturday morning. [CBS]
Iowa has elected their first Black female judge. Romada Belcher-Ford was a practicing attorney before being elected. Congratulations! [NewsOne]
Shirley Sherrod, Georgia’s former state director of the USDA’s rural development program, will meet with Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack about her job on Tuesday. She was forced to resign from her former post in July after a misleading clip of her speech to the NAACP caused criticism. [Washington Post]