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In North Miami (Florida), mayoral candidate Ann Pierre may have literally gotten the blessing of Jesus, but she still lost … big.
Meanwhile, the top two vote-getters, Kevin Burns and Lucie Tondreau, move on to a June 4 runoff for mayor. According to 6 South Florida TV, former mayor Burns received 2,254 votes (33.2 percent) in Tuesday’s election, while Tondreau had 1,870 votes (27.6 percent), according to unofficial Miami-Dade Elections Department results.
Even though she claimed she was endorsed by Jesus Christ, Pierre, a registered nurse, finished last among the seven candidates with 56 votes, or just 0.83 percent.
“Yes, Jesus endorsed me!” Pierre said during a stop at the Gwen Margolis Community Center Tuesday morning as the polls opened. “I’m not nuts, if I’m a freak and nuts for Jesus, let it be! Let the world know that Jesus is it and when you have Jesus on your side you can go on.”
Pierre previously claimed she was being intimidated with voodoo tactics.
The Jesus claim was made on a campaign flyer posted to Pierre’s Facebook page that reads “Anna Pierre, RN, is endorsed by Jesus Christ” and features a photo of the savior.
Get more of this story at 6 South Florida.
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Steve Harvey is a Hollywood star. Yes, the comedian and talented individual unveiled his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame recently.
His family came out to join him for the occasion, along with Dr. Phil, Samuel Jackson, and of course Cedric the Entertainer.
“The Lord saved my soul, Marjorie saved my life. That’s really the truth of it,” he said about his wife during the ceremony. “She is the most important component to all of this since 2005. Y’all hardly knew of me, tell the truth. ‘Kings of Comedy’ was hot, but my life really took off after this woman…”
“But here’s the final deal,” he added, …“you cannot get a star, you cannot be a star without fans. You cannot be who you are without the people who are standing on the other side of the railings.”
Scenes from steve’s walk of fame ceremony
Meanwhile, check out this clip from Tuesday’s episode of ”The Steve Harvey Show” where Dr. Phil acquires a few new dance moves from the ”The King of Comedy”:
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|Heat lead series 3-1|
|Game 1: Bulls 93, Heat 86||Reiter|
|Game 2: Heat 115, Bulls 78||Tomasson|
|Game 3: Heat 104, Bulls 94||Tomasson|
|Game 4: Heat 88, Bulls 65||Tomasson|
|Game 5: Wed., May 15, Bulls at Heat, 7 p.m., TNT|
|*Game 6: Fri, May 17, Heat at Bulls, TBD, ESPN|
|*Game 7: Sun., May 19, Bulls at Heat, TBD, TNT|
|Pacers lead series 3-1|
|Game 1: Pacers 102, Knicks 95|
|Game 2: Knicks 105, Pacers 79|
|Game 3: Pacers 82, Knicks 71|
|Game 4: Pacers 93, Knicks 82|
|Game 5: Thur., May 16, Pacers at Knicks, 8 p.m., TNT|
|*Game 6: Sat., May 18, Knicks at Pacers, TBD, ESPN|
|*Game 7: Mon., May 20, Pacers at Knicks, 8 p.m., TNT|
|Grizzlies lead series 3-1|
|Game 1: Thunder 93, Grizzlies 91||Gilman|
|Game 2: Grizzlies 99, Thunder 93||Gilman|
|Game 3: Grizzlies 87, Thunder 81||Speck|
|Game 4: Grizzlies 103, Thunder 97 (OT)||Speck|
|Game 5: Wed., May 15, Grizzlies at Thunder, 9:30 p.m., TNT|
|*Game 6: Fri., May 17, Thunder at Grizzlies, TBD, ESPN|
|*Game 7: Sun., May 19, Grizzlies at Thunder, TBD, TBD|
|Spurs lead series 3-2|
|Game 1: Spurs 129, Warriors 127 (2OT)||Corcoran|
|Game 2: Warriors 100, Spurs 91||Corcoran|
|Game 3: Spurs 102, Warriors 92||Corcoran|
|Game 4: Warriors 97, Spurs 87 (OT)||Corcoran|
|Game 5: Spurs 109, Warriors 91||Corcoran|
|Game 6: Tue., May 16, Spurs at Warriors, TBD, ESPN|
|*Game 7: Sun., May 19, Warriors at Spurs, TBD, TBD|
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Jay Leno and his team know when they’ve discovered something noteworthy.
Former Chicago bartender and his fitness instructor wife – Will and Monifa Sims – blew up YouTube, with 5 million hits and counting, after getting their 15 seconds of fame on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”
The couple did their thing when they nailed a skit called “Pumpcast News,” where Will killed his rendition of Jon Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer.” The musical accompaniment was provided by the Tonight Show band. The bigger surprise about the couple was not that they’re avid karaoke singers, however, but they’re also trained thespians and are the founders of Chicago’s Congo Square Theatre company.
As the Chicago Sun-Times reports, the premise of “Pumpcast News” is this: actor Tim Stack, as faux newscaster Jack Rafferty, breaks from reading the day’s headlines to mess with unwitting customers via a small pump-mounted TV monitor.
Here’s how it unfolded: After Stack hears Will quietly crooning while preparing to fill up, and subsequently learns of his love for karaoke, Stack requests a sample. Readily obliging, Will belts out the aforementioned Bon Jovi’s anthem. An initially seemingly embarrassed Monifa ultimately emerges from their vehicle to do a fine version of “Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This),” by the Eurythmics. Will chimes in for the high parts.
When Jay bragged about the couple and invited them to the show for the skit, he omitted all this wonderful info to prevent any confusion on the part of the audience.
“[The producers] didn’t want [people] to think we were actors and it was a ‘plant’,” Will says. “They were like, ‘You’re a bartender and she’s a fitness [trainer].’”
Check out the original “Pumpcast News” skit and the couple’s appearance on the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno”:
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Congratulations to Reggie Bushwho just became a father.
The 28-year-old NFL star had his first child with fiancée Lilit Avagyan on Monday, May 6.
The little girl weighed 8 pounds, 9 ounces.
Reggie posted on the Detroit Lions’ website his thoughts about becoming a father for the first time.
“I’m very excited. Very excited about the baby. It’s our first one and couldn’t have come at a better time,” he shared. “It couldn’t have come with a better person. Someone I really love and care about. It’s great. It really worked out perfect.”
He also mentioned that he’s got plans to travel back and forth to Los Angeles so his new family will be familiar with his relatives.
“The baby will be in L.A. Well, [Avagyan] is going to be in L.A. because her family lives 15-20 minutes away from us,” he explained. “So she’s going to need that support system while I’m here for a few days out of each week. Then I’ll be home . . . I’m going to rack up a lot of sky miles, I know that.