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Kelly Rowland has always been the epitome of poise and class, but never more than at her New Jersey book signing Wednesday night, when protesters tried to hijack her moment.

While signing copies of her new book, Whoa, Baby!, at a bookstore in Ridgewood, NJ, the gorgeous singer was verbally attacked by feisty anti-fur protesters. Kels showed true grace under fire and politely stood to the side while they chanted, “Kelly Rowland has blood on her hands!”

After some time passed, Rowland then asked someone to “get them out of here” and the protesters were promptly ushered out. No police called, nobody got them hands put on them.

Watch the crazy video below. Could you have handled it the same way?

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No Joke: Bill Cosby Is Back On Stage Doing Stand-Up



We are not trying to shame the elderly, but we are super confused why Bill Cosby is back on stage doing stand-up. He is after all 80-years old and going blind, but apparently that’s all apart of his routine.

Cosby did a set on Monday at LaRose Jazz Club in Philly and poked fun at his visual impairment amongst other personal anecdotes. He didn’t touch his pending trial, but many suspect his resurgence into the public eye is all a ploy to revitalize his image.

Just two weeks ago Cosby attended a dinner with friends and let reporters tag along to ask questions and take photos. This time around Cosby announced on his Facebook that he’d be doing a set a couple hours before. He wore a sweatshirt that said “hello friend” and also played the drums alongside the Tony Williams Jazz Quartet.

Folks in the audience are laughing … so maybe it’s working.

#BillCosby has returned to comedy since his trial last summer.

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The disgraced comedian’s retrial on sexual assault charges is set to begin in April, and a new jury selection begins at the end of March. He averted a decision this past June when a jury couldn’t agree on a verdict … ending in a mistrial.

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