Buzz in our ear: Tim Hudson, Jermaine Dupri and a mechanical bull
9:00 amNovember 4, 2009, by Jennifer Brett
To spruce up its on-air talent, the Weather Channel turned to Atlanta lifestyle designer Robanne Schulman of Plaid Monkey. “I haven’t gotten to everyone’s closets yet but am updating their looks one anchor at a time,” she tells us.
Justin’s hosted the Soul Train Awards Monday night. The crowd included Atlanta’s own Jermaine Dupri, along with Nelly, So So Def manager Tyrone Davis, R&B singer-producer-actor-Soul Train performer Trey Songz, Jazze Pha, designer Mychael Knight, actor Terri J. Vaughn and actor-comedian Tommy Davidson, whose performance honored the late Marvin Gaye. Honorees include Kenard Gibbs, Anthony Maddox and Peter Griffith. The show airs Nov. 29. PHOTO GALLERY
Braves pitcher Tim Hudson’s foundation, which benefits children’s organizations, plans the “Hudson’s Honky Tonk Benefit Weekend,” Nov. 20-21. Highlights include a concert at the “Fred” amphitheater in Peachtree City starring country music’s Blake Shelton and Josh Gracin, and word has it a mechanical bull will be involved. Naturally we’ve put in a request to interview Hudson atop the bull. Wonder how many questions he can answer in eight seconds?
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