Even though Wyclef Jean couldn’t be the president of Haiti, his new career as a professor at the prestigious Brown University should be just fine. Jean plans on teaching a class in the department of African studies where he hopes to enlighten students about African culture. Winner of the 2009 BET Humanitarian of the Year Award, Jean hopes to be able to bring more to people than just his musical talents. At this point the real question is, “does Wyclef Jean have what it takes to teach at an Ivy League college?” Guess we’ll find out when school is in session.
One of television’s favorite stars, Paul “Pauly D” Delveccio, is not taking a step away from the MTV hit show “Jersey Shore,” but instead coming out with his very own new show, “Pauly’s Entourage.” DJ Pauly D has already started filming with his road manager, Big Mike, his bodyguard, Jerry, and his best friend, Jason. The show is said to follow Pauly D’s music career as a DJ while starting in his hometown in Rhode Island and then going to the permanent filming location in Las Vegas. Although MTV has yet to comment on Pauly D’s actions, sources say this show will not interfere with “Jersey Shore.”
Kutcher vs. Bieber
Step over Ashton Kutcher, Justin Bieber is now taking the lead. Ashton Kutcher, host of the retired-MTV show “Punk’d” may be giving his beloved line “You’ve just been punk’d” to none other than the teen superstar himself, Justin Bieber. Sources say the new show will be very similar to Kutcher’s “Punk’d” but it will have to bring some different aspects to the table. Polls on the internet are asking fans if they think this role would be good for Bieber, or not? “Punk’d” is known for everything from making singer and actor Justin Timberlake cry to showing an enraged side of rapper Jadakiss. The pressure of a show like this might be too much for 16 year-old Bieber.