Monday, May 10, 2010, President Barack Obama nominated Solicitor General Elena Kagan to be the next judge for the Supreme Court. If confirmed, Kagan will be the fourth woman ever seated on the nation’s highest court and the second justice in 40 years that was not previously a judge.
40-year old designer and fashion icon, Alexander McQueen, was found dead this morning in a London flat. Authorities believe he committed suicide by hanging. This tragedy comes just days after the death of McQueen’s mother, Joyce.
As part two of our celebrity charity night, WHW left the Ludacris Foundation Gala and stopped by the Washington Hilton for the Art Creates Life fundraiser. April Watts talks to actor Laman Rucker (Why Did I Get Married) about the organization and his commitment to the community.
A host of celebrities came out in the name of charity at the 6th Annual Ludacris Foundation Benefit Gala, held at the Ronald Regan building in the District. Ludacris, Quincy Jones, Common, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Omarosa and many more…
Watch as April Watts rocks the red carpet with some of your favorite celebrities at the BET Honors.
April Watts reports on the DC’s first big storm of Winter 2009/2010.
Anchor April Watts introduces What’s Hot Washington and goes one on one with Korto of Project Runway; Wyclef rips the stage at the Green Inaugural Ball; Plus Hayden Panettiere, Tank, Dr. Ben Chavis & more…
TL Fitz takes on the inauguration crowd in Street Buzz; Poet & Michelle tell you where to get cheap eats; and the glam squad transforms Consuelo into an inaugural beauty.
Paul looks at the Nokia N96; Rev. Jesse Jackson and Dr. Michael Eric Dyson speak at the Young & Powerful brunch; Street Buzz continues and April strips Korto.
In Pt 1 of the extended interview, Korto discusses how she got started in the fashion industry, her return to Liberia after nearly 15 years in exile and reveals her “true” muse.
In Pt.2 of the extended interview Korto discusses representing her family and people of color on reality television; her inaugural fashion show; and her vision for the future.
WHW hit the red carpet for the premiere of the documentary “Happily Ever After: A Positive Image of Black Marriage.”