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Lindsay Shookus …Who the heck is she?
According to the latest news from the “celebrity gossip rumor mill,” Ben Affleck has a new girlfriend.
Her name is Lindsay Shookus and she is the producer of go to link Saturday Night Live.
She’s reportedly moved into the actors Brentwood, California home. They have been seeing each other ‘one and off’ since 2015.
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Black Celebrity Gossip Timeline
- 1824 – The African Company became the first African-American drama group and produced plays at the African Grove in New York City.
- 1912 – The Railroad Porter, a comedy directed by Bill Foster (a pioneering black filmmaker), became the first black film.
- 1914 – Sam Lucas was the first African American actor to star in a full-length film playing the title role in Uncle Tom’s Cabin.
- 1921 – Shuffle Along opens on Broadway as the first musical written and performed by African Americans.
- 1922 – Louis Armstrong revolutionized jazz music after arriving in Chicago to play second trumpet in King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band.
- 1930 – Katherine Dunham started Ballet Negres, America’s first black ballet company.
- 1933 – Caterina Jarboro became the first black person to perform with an American Opera company.
- 1940 – Hattie McDaniel was the first black person to win an Oscar, after winning best supporting actress for her role in Gone With the Wind.
- 1945 – Ebony magazine is founded by John H. Johnson and is an instant success.
- 1955 – Musician Chuck Berry arrives in Chicago and records Maybellene, an immediate sensation among teenagers. The hit helps shape the evolution of rock and roll.
- 1956 – Arthur Mitchell, future director of the Dance Theatre of Harlem, becomes the only black dancer in the New York City Ballet.
- 1959 – Motown Record Corporation is founded by Berry Gordy, Jr. The Motown sound dominates African-American popular music through the 1960s and attracts a huge crossover audience becoming the sound of young america.
- 1959 – Raisin in the Sun, by Lorraine Hansberry, becomes the first drama written by a black woman to be produced on Broadway.
- 1963 – Sidney Poitier wins the Academy Award as best actor for his performance in Lilies of the Field.
- 1965 – Bill Cosby became the first black lead actor on television in the drama I Spy.
- 1967 – Jimi Hendrix makes a spectacular debut at the Monterey International Pop Festival, following the release of his first album, Are You Experienced?
- 1971 – Beverly Johnson is known as the first black supermodel after gracing the cover of Glamour.
- 1972 – Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids premieres as the first cartoon with an all-black cast.
- 1974 – Foxy Brown, starring Pam Grier, perhaps the most famous “blaxploitation” (a film genre staring and targetting African-Americans) film ever, is released.
- 1977 – Alex Haley’s Roots: The Saga of an American Family (1976) is adapted for [KWLINK10667]television[/KWLINK], becoming one of the most popular shows in the history of American television.
- 1980 – Black Entertainment Television (BET) was launched by Bob Johnson, now owner of the Charlotte Bobcats.
- 1981 – Bob Marley, the most influential figure in reggae music, dies.
- 1982 – Michael Jackson creates a sensation with the album Thriller, which becomes one of the most popular albums of all time, selling more than 40 million copies.
- 1983 – Oprah Winfrey takes over AM Chicago, which is then renamed the Oprah Winfrey show.
- 1983 – Eddie Murphy releases Delirious, a film of his stand up comedy, and stars in Saturday Night Live.
- 1984 – The Cosby Show, starring comedian Bill Cosby, becomes one of the most popular situation comedies in television history and is praised for its [KWLINK 7045]cross-cultural appeal and avoidance of racial stereotypes.
- 1984 – Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin form Def Jam Records and begin shaping the industry of hip hop as we know it.
- 1993 – Angela Bassett became the first African-American woman to win the best actress Golden Globe Award for her role as Tina Turner in What’s Love Got to Do with It?
- 2001 – Denzel Washington became the only black Academy Award winner to win both lead and supporting actor Oscars after wins for Glory and Training Day.
- 2002 – Halle Berry becomes the first African-American woman to win the Academy Award for best actress for her role in Monster’s Ball.
Black Celebrity Gossip Archives:
Hank Baskett, 31, and Kendra Wilkinson, one of the most liked celebrity couple are reported having a difficult time working through Hank’s encounter with Ava Sabrina London, a transsexual model.
The cheating incident allegedly took place when Kendra was eight months pregnant with their second child Alijah. She was born in April.
People magazine is reporting that after five years of marriage, two adorable children and cheating allegations, Kendra is said to have “called time on her marriage for good.”
Indio Downey Arrested for Possession of Cocaine.
June 30th 2013: Indio Downey, the son of actor Robert Downey Jr. was arrested for cocaine possession in West Hollywood over the weekend.
The 20-year-old, was in which was pulled over and searched by a L.A. County Sheriff’s deputy Sunday afternoon at around 2 PM. after cops saw him ‘smoking pipe.’ During the search he found that Indio had cocaine in his possession.