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Faith Evans on Her DUI Charges: ‘I’m not sure what the outcome is gonna be. But it can’t be anything too serious’

CAPTION: "It is what it is," Faith (above) tells us of her wine-fueled bust. "And I'm sure it'll work out."

"It is what it is," Faith (above) tells us of her wine-fueled bust. "And I'm sure it'll work out."

Faith Evans isn’t sweating her drunk-driving rap—despite the fact that, if convicted, she could land in the slammer for six months.

Interviewed on Mutha Knows, Notorious B.I.G.‘s widow, who snagged a Grammy in 1998 for the single I’ll Be Missing You, speaks out about the misdemeanor DUI charges stemming from her Aug. 21 arrest near the Marina Del Rey section of Los Angeles.

“It wasn’t really a big situation. Actually, I live near Venice Beach, and anybody that lives out here knows there’s these checkpoints every single week in there, so I pass Continue reading

Daily Highlights: Monday; September 20, 2010


At 9 PM Mutha Knows host Mutha gives it up for R&B diva (and widow of Notorious B.I.G.) Faith Evans, who has won 1 Grammy, 2 Soul Train and 4 MTV Video Music Awards. The I’ll Be Missing You singer will chat about her new album, Something About Faith, which drops Oct. 5.

At 9 PM Artists on Demand host Vicky Gorman makes time with Austin Nichols, who plays Julian Baker on One Tree Hill. This hottie will chat about his role in next year’s big-screen flick LOL: Laughing Out Loud, featuring Miley Cyrus, Demi Moore and Gina Gershon.

At 2 PM Train with Shane’s Deborah Shane gets down to business with USA Today’s “On the Job” columnist Anita Bruzzese, author of 45 Things You Do That Drive Your Boss Crazy—And How to Avoid Them. Anita will discuss navigating the workplace during these treacherous times.

At 8 PM Stardish Radio host Jo Ann Kubasek gets up close and personal with Tiffany Hines, who stars opposite Maggie Q and Shane West in The CW series Nikita. Tiffany will chat about her role in the upcoming big-screen romance, The Dark Party, starring Kadeem Hardison.

At 10 PM Diva of Days of Our Lives’ Carrie Messner welcomes Leann Hunley, who began her TV career in 1977 on Hawaii Five-O, before landing the role of Anna DiMera on DOOL in 1982, for which she won Emmy in 1986—and to which she returned in 2007 after a 21-year absence.

At 8 PM The Stupid Cancer Show’s Matthew Zachary welcomes Lindsay Avner, founder of Be Bright Pink, which empowers women to take control of their breast- and ovarian-health issue. Plus: U.S. Rep Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who’ll weigh in on the health-care debate.

*Please note that all show times are listed in EST time.

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