Featuring a shattered picture of the Huxtable family, the cover asks, ‘Cliff-Hanger: Can The Cosby Show Survive? Should It?’
Ebony magazine has caused controversy with it’s latest cover, which features the cast of ‘The Cosby Show’ and uses a 'shattered glass' effect, with Bill Cosby's image taking most of the impact. So far actors Malcolm-Jamal Warner and Raven-Symoné, who both starred in the sitcom, have spoken about their feelings over the cover and what they think the show's legacy should be in the wake of the Cosby allegations.
‘The View’ host came under fire last week, for comments she made about not hiring people with ‘ghetto-sounding’ names.
Raven-Symoné has apologised on Facebook for the controversial comments she made on ‘The View’ last week. The former Disney star had caused uproar on social media after saying she would not employ anyone with a ‘ghetto-sounding’ name on the talk show.
Raven-Symoné has apologised for comments she made on ‘The View’.
‘My comments about discrimination have spun out of control,’ Symoné wrote. ‘I'd like to begin by saying that I was not attacking a specific race, but repeating a name that was said in a viral video which has received over 2 million likes. I have been denied many jobs because of my skin colour, body size, and age.’
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‘The View’ host was criticised on twitter for saying she’d discriminated against a job applicant with a ‘ghetto name’.
Raven-Symoné has come under fire on social media for comments she made during an episode of ‘The View’ on Thursday. During a segment on the talk show, the former Disney Channel star said she would discriminate against any job applicant with a “ghetto” name.
Raven-Symoné has encountered controversy after comments she made on ‘The View’.
During a discussion about a study released in the Journal of Evolution and Human Behaviour, the host said there were certain names she would discriminate against if she were an employer. “Just to bring it back, can we take back ‘racist’ and say ‘discriminatory,’ because I think that’s a better word,” she told her co-hosts.
Raven-Symoné, whilst appearing on ‘The View’, revealed how she was fat-shamed at the age of 7 during filming for ‘The Cosby Show’.
Raven-Symoné Pearman has been on a television set since she was three years old. Sadly, her days in the spotlight were not always happy, as she revealed in a recent televised appearance. Whilst appearing on The View on Tuesday (28th July), Raven explained how she was fat shamed at the age of seven and told she was “getting fat”.
Raven-Symone at the GLSEN Respect Awards in New York in June 2015.
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After guest-hosting since March, Raven-Symoné has finally become a permanent member of ‘The View’s’ team.
It’s official, Raven-Symoné is your new permanent co-host on ‘The View’. The happy news was delivered at the beginning of Wednesday’s show by host Whoopi Goldberg, before confetti rained down and Raven walked out to the song ‘Celebrate’.
The newest member of ‘The View’s’ team, Raven-Symoné.
"I am so happy. I remember coming on The View when I was 15 years old for the first Cheetah Girls. I'm very happy to be sitting with these smart, talented mentors,” the 29 year old said, before handing out gifts to her new co-workers.
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Raven Symonè - GLSEN Respect Awards New York 2015 held at Cipriani - Arrivals at Cipriani - New York, New York, United States - Monday 1st June 2015
Long before meeting Peter Pan and his Lost Boys, the islands of Never Land were already the home of adventure. The lands of Pixie Hollow Tinkerbell and her fairy friends notice a bright green comet flash across the sky one night. According to deep legend, when the comet is seen, the dreaded NeverBeast will arrive in Pixie Hollow. All the fairies are terrified, and preparing to defend their home from the monster, when Fawn (Ginnifer Goodwin) stumbles across the beast accidentally. Realising that the NeverBeast is not nearly as bad as anyone thinks, Fawn must convince her friends that they shouldn't judge a book by it's cover before it's too late and they do something they'll regret.
Pixie Hollow fairy friends Tinker Bell, Vidia, Iridessa, Fawn, Silvermist and Rosetta are all blessed with a unique talent to manipulate certain areas of nature. During an ice show, they discover that estranged fairy Zarina is responsible for the poppy decorations which send all the guests to sleep allowing her to steal the Blue Pixie Dust for her pirate friends at Skull Rock. Tink and the others must get the Dust back as soon as possible as it is essential in their ability to fly, but when they manage to anger Zarina by approaching her, they find that all their talents have been swapped between them. Struggling to control their new found powers, they must continue their quest to retrieve the Pixie Dust for when the rest of Pixie Hollow awaken - but that all proves to be easier said than done as time is quickly running out.
Raven Symone may have revealed she is gay by commenting on more US states legalizing gay marriage. Her remark on Twitter in support of the proposed legislation has sparked speculation regarding the 27-year-old's sexual orientation.
Raven Symone may have tentatively revealed she is gay following news that more US states are legalizing gay marriage. The actress for the first time has indicated she is a lesbian by tweeting on Friday "I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you."
Raven Symone at the Simon G Summer Soiree at The Palazzo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, 2011.
Following her tweet, her representatives said ""Raven is not getting married. She was just supporting the fact that she heard on NPR that more states legalized gay marriage today."
Was the tweet a tacit confirmation?
Has Raven-Symone come out of the closet? That seems to be the case, though as usual, the extremely private and social media savvy star didn’t give any statements outright. On August 2nd, she simply tweeted: "I can finally get married! Yay government! So proud of you." She seemed to be addressing the Supreme Court and their decision to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act, though that happened way back in June.
The actress has never actively denied her orientation.
Nevertheless, lesbian or not, the 27-year-old star of The Cosby Show and later That’s So Raven, has always had an admirable attitude about her personal life and her sexual orientation in particular. When rumors surfaced last year in May that Raven was gay and living together with her girlfriend, AzMarie Livingston, Symone handled them with surprising grace and confidence. "I'm living my PERSONAL life the way I'm happiest. I'm not one, in my 25 year career to disclose who I'm dating," she wrote on Twitter. "And I shall not start now."
The animated feature focuses on Yankee Irving, a Depression-era kid who embarks on a trip from New York to Chicago to return Babe Ruth's lucky bat and to clear his dad's name. Following Yankee is a crooked pitcher (voiced with gleeful malice by William H. Macy) who wants the bat so his team can hold Babe hitless and win the World Series.
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