Celebrity News Roundup: Kevin Hart Proposes To Girlfriend, Uzo Aduba Wins Emmy & More

The wedding is on for Kevin Hart and girlfriend Eniko Parrish after the actor/comedian proposed to her last night.

The proposal happened at Eniko’s 30th birthday party and she took to Instagram to share her happiness. She uploaded a video with the caption:

“Thirty has been GREAT to me thus far, I wouldn’t trade it for anything. Thanks to my dearest friends, fam, and the LOVE of my life… for making this day a memorable one! You all hold a special place in my heart!”

I personally feel that this proposal was in very, very poor taste. How ironic is it that Kevin proposes on the same night that his ex-wife, Torrei, makes her television debut? Not only that, Eniko has been rumored to be the person that caused their split.

I understand that you can’t live your life based on other people and I’m totally for that, however, I think as the mother of his children and someone who was there with him before all the millions, she deserved more respect than that. He took her moment away in my opinion.

Source: Page Six

Image Credit: Tommaso Boddi/WireImage

Image Credit: Tommaso Boddi/WireImage

Congrats are in order for Orange Is the New Black actress Uzo Aduba!

Aduba, who plays the role of Suzanne “Crazy Eyes” Warren on the show won the Creative Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy. Aduba’s win made history for the Netflix original series, marking the first time the show has taken home a major trophy for its acting.

Source: US Magazine


After releasing an emotional song about the killing of Michael Brown, J. Cole flew to Ferguson, Missouri to join protesters.

Protesters posted photos and videos of Cole moving through the crowd of protesters and were genuinely pleased with the rapper’s efforts to support the city and their cause. One fan tweeted:

Much #love to J. Cole for showing up and supporting our city. No one knew he was coming and we got a chance to speak to him about the things going on. He really cares and it wasn’t for publicity.

Not many public figures in the music industry have spoken out regarding the crisis in Ferguson and it really puts their character into perspective. I appreciate J. Cole, as well as all the others who have sacrificed their time and comfort, to support the people of Ferguson.

Source: Necole Bitchie

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