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About Freddie Bell

Freddie Bell

Freddie Bell

Freddie Bell, velvet morning voice talent is a mellifluous voice actor, broadcast-journalist, speaker and National Voice Actor. His vast voice over credits, include hosting several radio programs including the Tom Joyner Morning Show, The Love Train, It’s The Gospel in Tampa, The Freddie Bell Morning Show in radio on KSGS – 950AM, Solid Gold Soul in Minneapolis, plus This is Music, The Freddie Bell Countdown Show and The Minneapolis NAACP Community Affairs television Programs in Minneapolis.
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60 Minutes Interview

A record audience tuned in to CBS’ “60 Minutes” Sunday night to watch the first televised interview with Barack Obama and his wife Michelle since he was elected the 44th U.S. President.
According to the Associated Press, Nielsen Media Research showed the program was seen by 25 million people, giving the news hour its highest overnight ratings since January 1999 and the most viewers of any prime-time show seen this season. The ratings likely got a boost by the down-to-the-wire NFL game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and San Diego Chargers that immediately preceded the show on the East coast.


Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson

A $7 million breach-of-contract lawsuit was filed against Michael Jackson by the king of Bahrain’s son over an album that was promised by the entertainer, but never delivered.
The Bell Pottinger Group says Sheik Abdulla bin Hamad Al Khalifa filed the case against Jackson at London’s Royal Courts of Justice. The suit was to be heard Monday afternoon, reports the Associated Press. In 2006, Jackson announced the release of a new album for Khalifa’s record label 2 Seas Records. Media reports say Khalifa has yet to see a completed album. The lawsuit comes a week after Jackson gave up the title to his Neverland ranch in California.




Rap duo Outkast, whose last album “Speakerboxxx/The Love Below” was released to critical acclaim in September 2003, will have a new full-length album on the streets sometime before the end of 2009. Speaking to MTV News, group member Big Boi said he’s planning on releasing his second solo record, “Sir Lucious Leftfoot: The Son Of Chico Dusty,” either in January or February, with Andre 3000 releasing his solo effort soon after. The pair will then begin recording the Outkast project for release later in the year. Big Boi said: “Me and ‘Dre were on the conference call [recently]. He’s working on his album; my album is done. We’re gonna wait until the top of the year–January or February–to put it out. Then Dre is gonna come hit y’all, and [then] we’re gonna do the Outkast album.”


Paula Abdul

Paula Abdul

According to a report by OK! Magazine, Paula Abdul is about to “transition” out of her involvement with Fox’s “American Idol” to begin working on several new TV projects. “She knows that every season could be her last. Now she’s got a new secret venture that she’s really excited about,” OK! quoted a source as saying. She is currently filming “Paula Abdul’s RAH Cheerleading Bowl,” a competition program that will air New Year’s Day on MTV.
In other Abdul news, a rep for the entertainer is denying reports of her being so shaken by last week’s suicide of obsessed fan Paula Goodspeed outside of her Beverly Hills home that she now considers her house “haunted.” The New York Post quoted a friend of the “Idol” judge who said she refuses to return to the home, even after hiring “healers” to cleanse the house of ghosts. “[Paula Goodspeed] was a deranged stalker who sent her death threats. Paula instructed guards to keep Goodspeed away from her at all costs,” said the source. “She refuses to stay at home because she fears that the spirit of Goodspeed is haunting her house. She feels like this is the absolute worst omen, a really bad curse . . . Paula is suffering. It is well known that she is emotionally fragile.” A rep for Abdul, however, said the whole story is false: “There’s no validity to this. She’s been home since the incident happened. There’s no issue with spirits. Paula is shocked and saddened by what transpired. Her heart and prayers go out to the Goodspeed family.” Meanwhile, the Goodspeed family is now claiming that her treatment by the “American Idol” judges ultimately caused her to kill herself.

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Nov. 18, 1980: Wally “Famous” Amos’s signature Panama hat and embroidered shirt are donated to the National Museum of American History’s Business Americana collection
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Rapper Fabolous is 31.

Rapper Mike Jones is 30.

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Put on the whole armor!


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