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Michelle Obama’s fashion is making history again, at least for the next year, as her second inaugural gown will be displayed at the Smithsonian Institution. Before it’s stowed away for a future presidential library, Obama’s ruby-colored chiffon gown made by designer Jason Wu is being lent to the National Museum of American History for a year to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the Smithsonian’s first ladies exhibition. The dress will be paired with Obama’s shoes designed by Jimmy Choo and will go on display beginning Tuesday.
The hip-hop duo, who just recently confirmed they’ll reunite at Coachella Valley Arts & Music Festival in April, is actually playing 40 festivals around the world throughout 2014–their 20th anniversary year. Outkast announced their plans on their website Monday morning.
As of Feb. 1, hourlong conjugal visits at Mississippi State Penitentiary will no longer be allowed. According to The New York Times, the prison commissioner Christopher B. Epps is blaming the change on budget cuts and “the number of babies being born possibly as a result.”
All hail his royal highness! Prince is expected to make a guest appearance on the popular FOX sitcom, which will air directly after the Super Bowl next month. The show’s main character, played by Zooey Deschanel, is invited to Prince’s mansion party. Can we get an invite, too?
Sometimes Yeezy goes a bit too far, but this time, it seems as though his actions may have been warranted. According to TMZ, a young man reportedly called Kanye’s beloved Kimmy K a “n****r-lover” and well, the rapper didn’t take too kindly to it and allegedly punched the guy. Now, we’re not saying the guy didn’t having it coming, but if Kanye keeps up this way, he may soon find himself behind bars.
Source: Jet Magazine