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On Tuesday night (October 5) Nick was picture of the distinguished gentleman as he posed on the red carpet at the 50th Anniversary celebration of the Harlem School of the Arts. The celebration took place the legendary NYC hotel, The Plaza.
Nick was on hand to introduce and present to the night’s big honoree, Grammy-Award winning singer-songwriter Alicia Keys who was in attendance.
OnSaturday (October 3rd) hundreds of women, men, transgenders took over Downtown L.A.’s Pershing Square for a walk with one message: “Slut Shaming Has To End”.
This walk was led by a woman who is no stranger to being called this and a myriad of other derogatory names aimed at women: Amber Rose.
This was her inaugural SlutWalk. The concept of the SlutWalk started in 2011 in Toronto, Ontario but has spread across the nation all in efforts to end rape culture and victim shaming.
Ambers’ walk sparked a firestorm of debate some supportive of the movement in it’s entirety and other supportive but questioning the name (without knowing the history behind it) and those completely oblivious of what it’s about and throwing out slander further proving the point and necessity of the movement and Ambers’ walk.
The walk was put together via Amber’s non-profit organization The Amber Rose Foundation. Hundred and thousands of her fans or Rosebuds as she calls them as well as general supporters and celebrity ones donated to get the walk off the ground via a GoFundMe page that was set up.
One of those celebrity supporters was Amber’s good friend and manager, Nick who donated money to the walk and turned up to show his support the day off.
Nick talked with B*Real’s Amanda Seales on why he supported Amber’s vision.
DHX Brands has signed Jakks Pacific as master toy partner, excluding Europe, for its hit girl-skewing tween series Make It Pop.
Jakks’ line of dolls, plush, dress-up, role-play, electronic toys and Halloween costumes will launch at US retail in 2016. (CPLG North America brokered the deal between DHX Media’s consumer products arm and the Santa Monica, California-based toyco).
Co-created by Tommy Lynch and Nick Cannon, Make It Pop is produced in Toronto by DHX Media’s Epitome Studio. It premiered in April on Nickelodeon in the US and is currently the kidsnet’s top-ranked show for kids and girls six to 11 and the most-watched long-form content on Nick.com and on the Nick app.
Season one, which followed the adventures of three aspiring pop stars and their DJ classmate who form a K-pop band, launched on Canada’s YTV on September 9 and will continue to roll out internationally this year. In May, Nick commissioned a 20-ep second season of the live-action show featuring original songs and performances.
As for Jakks, the toyco continues to roll after posting strong Q2 results, thanks to its licensed lines. Its Marvel Avengers XPV Remote Control Hulk Smash also just landed on TRU’s hot holiday toys list.
Last night (September 17) at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City Samsung combined with charity and party as they raised more than $2 million for children’s health and education programs during their annual Hope for Children benefit, which featured such celebrity guests as guests Ben Stiller, Tony Bennett, Demi Lovato, Josh Lucas and Rob Thomas.
Last night’s event honored Brad Pitt’s Make It Right foundation with the Champion of Hope Award for the organization’s efforts to build hundreds of affordable solar-powered homes in the U.S. Comedian Ben Stiller presented the award to homeowner Leslie Archie, who talked about the organization’s impact on her community in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Nick rocked the party with his DJ set for the attendees which for the first time allowed select Galaxy Samsung+ members to attend the shindig which also included a performance by Icona Pop and Demi Lovato.
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