Comedian and radio personality Rickey Smiley won't accept any frowns when he hosts the 13th annual Jazz in the Gardens Festival March 17 and 18 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens.In fact, he expects to see fans out of their seats "getting turned up, dancing, singing and having a good time. "The "Stand by Your Truth: And Then Run for Your Life!"
It's that time of year again when the weather starts to warm up and soul, funk and R&B returns to South Florida. The Jazz in the Gardens concert – now in its 13th year – will feature headliners such as Anita Baker, Chaka Khan, Fantasia, Smokey Robinson, Salt-N-Pepa, Trick Daddy and Kid 'n Play. Sadly for her fans, this will be Grammy-winner Baker's (“Rapture," "Giving You the Best that I Got") last time performing at the festival as part of her farewell tour.
Miley Cyrus followers were appalled at an Instagram photo she posted of "Full House" and "Fuller House" star Jodie Sweetin. The "Wrecking Ball" crooner and former tween star posted two raunchy throwback photos of Sweetin Friday. In the pics, Sweetin appears to be partying hard in a club and is seen sitting on the lap of an unidentified man wearing low-cut pants and a revealing top. "You know this would get headlines and she's a mother. Just want to humiliate someone," one user wrote.
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