Author: Girlpez

Savannah Britt is the 18 year-old socialite turned entrepreneur who is taking the entertainment industry by storm. At the age of eight, Britt wrote and published her first writing piece, a poem on www.poetry.com as well as its bounded issue. Throughout 2004-2005 she was hired as a paid published writer as a book reviewer for β€œThe Kitchen Table News” which had a readership of 70,000. She then developed a website for girls ages 12-16, www.girlpez.com. Accompanying the site Girlpez is a hard copy magazine entitled Girlpez Fashion Magazine. The magazine has recently transitioned from print to being online only. The magazine has been seen and endorsed by some of the top people in the industry such as Amy Astley, the editor in chief of Teen Vogue. Britt is a serious socialite, as she is becoming a red carpet favorite. She’s been seen reporting and providing coverage at different concert venues for some of today’s top stars such as Chris Brown, Sean Kingston, Lil Wayne, and Leona Lewis! Along with that she has interviewed stars such as Shwayze, Lil Twist, Kevin Rudolf, and Shawty Putt.

R.I.P. Senator Edward "Ted" Kennedy

The last brother to the Kennedy legacy, Edward Kennedy, passed away Tuesday night in Cape Cod, Mass where he resided. He died at age 77, due to his long struggle with brain cancer.

Kennedy was huge supporter to the Obama Presidential campaign. He made his mark throughout the campaign when he decided to support Obama over his long time friends, the Clintons.

A great senator who will always be remembered. RIP.

The Greatest Song Premiere


The Cast & Director Sarah Pointdexter (blue dress)


Me!

Last night I hit up the Philly premiere for the movie The Greatest Song that features hot actor Lamaan Rucker. Perhaps you remember him as the cop in Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married. I was invited by a dear friend of mine, Jamal Williams, who also serves as the movie’s associate executive producer.

Anywho, to sum it up… The Greatest Song was excellent!!! Directed my new director Sarah Pointdexter, I encourage you all to go out and purchase the DVD.

For more info check out IMDB.