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Originally posted 02/08/2015 10:25AM
The Clive Davis's annual pre-Grammy Gala is supposed to be about celebrating artists, but at the event on Saturday evening, all hearts and minds were focused on Bobbi Kristina Brown and her delicate condition.
Originally posted 12/04/2014 12:45PM
The former Lakers star is the second athlete to win the SI award
Originally posted 10/01/2014 07:20AM
Since undergoing gastric sleeve surgery five weeks ago, E.J. Johnson has lost 50 lbs.
The weight loss "is really exciting," the #RichKids of Beverly Hills star, 22, tells PEOPLE exclusively. "[Weight] is something that I've been struggling with for pretty much all of my life."
After several popular diets failed to provide any permanent change, Magic Johnson's son says he began considering gastric sleeve surgery – which makes the stomach smaller – two years ago.
Originally posted 09/01/2014 10:45AM
#RichKids of Beverly Hills star E.J. Johnson opens up about making peace with his famous family and forging his own path to stardom
Originally posted 04/28/2014 10:50AM
Even President Barack Obama is weighing in on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
"When ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance, you don't really have to do anything, you just let them talk. And that's what happened here," Obama said Sunday at a news conference with Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, reports Sports Illustrated.
He continued: "The NBA is a league that is beloved by fans all across the country. It's got an awful lot of African-American players. It's steeped in African-American culture. And I suspect that the NBA is going to be deeply concerned in resolving this."
Sterling, who allegedly made racially charged comments in an audio recording obtained and released by TMZ, has also earned reactions from some of the biggest names in basketball.
Originally posted 03/13/2014 03:20PM
With a title like Unusually Thicke, how can reality show fans stay away?
Originally posted 04/16/2013 04:00PM
It was heartwarming to hear NBA great Earvin "Magic" Johnson's recent words of support for his gay son "E.J." Earvin Johnson III, and now E.J. himself is speaking out on the subject of his personal life – and how it suddenly went public.
Since first going public about his sexuality earlier this month, Johnson went on to tell host Howard Bragman on the latest episode of the webcast Gwissues, that "for me it was really, I guess, surprising, because I didn't think it was going to be that big a deal, since I was out to my family and friends for at least five years now."
Still, stepping into the spotlight, "It was almost as if I was coming out of the closet again," Johnson said. "Reliving the experience has been both exciting and interesting."
Originally posted 04/06/2013 10:00AM
With so much contention in the world, it was heartwarming to hear Magic Johnson's recent supportive comments about his gay son, Earvin Johnson III, coming out to him years ago.
Readers loved the story about the NBA legend, 53, who told his boy, "Hey, we are here to support you, man. We're going to love you no matter who you are, what you do. We just want you to love yourself."
Johnson's comments to a reporter this week were prompted by his son, 20 – also known as E.J. – holding hands with a man publicly on the Sunset Strip in L.A.
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Originally posted 04/04/2013 09:55AM
For Magic Johnson, supporting his gay son Earvin Johnson III, known as "E.J.," wasn't even a question. But Magic knew that for E.J., coming out to his parents, which happened years ago, was just the first step.
"I told him, 'Hey, we are here to support you, man. We're going to love you no matter who you are, what you do. We just want you to love yourself,' " the NBA legend, 53, tells TMZ.com in a new video.
It was six or seven years ago that Magic and E.J. had that talk. And Magic remembers asking E.J. at the time: "What do you think about what your friends and [other] people are going to say once you tell them? Or have you told anybody?"
Originally posted 10/10/2012 08:00PM
When Magic Johnson announced he was HIV positive in 1991, many thought his career – even his life – would be over. But the former basketball superstar and current sports commentator is going strong.
Johnson, who is also an HIV prevention and awareness activist, says he draws strength from his wife Earlitha "Cookie" Kelly and his three children, Andre, Earvin and Elisa.
"They get on me making sure I'm doing everything the right way," he told PEOPLE Wednesday at a press event for OraQuick, the first at-home HIV test kit. Johnson, 53, says his family constantly asks, " 'Are you taking your meds, are you working out, are you eating healthy?' "
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