Getty/arts_undefined Robert Woods is ready to unleash a power and a force that you've never seen before -- the Los Angeles Rams receiver just copped these amazing custom cleats featuring the Blue Power Ranger!!! TMZ Sports has learned, the wideout wanted to add to his royal blue custom cleat collection ... so he hit up his go-to guy, artist Joe Castro , for the job. Castro tells us Woods is a huge Power Rangers fan and asked for his new joints to feature the classic '90s TV show -- so it was a no-brainer to go with the Blue Ranger! And, they're Morphenomenal!!! arts_undefined Castro says it only took 5 hours to complete the blue and white kicks featuring the detailed action superhero in full gear. It also has the Blue Ranger's Triceratops Dinozard symbol ... and, for those who don't remember, that's their robot that carries them into battle. Woods has been going off the last two weeks -- he logged in a total of 181 … [Read more...] about Robert Woods Cops Blue Power Ranger Cleats, It’s Morphin’ Time!
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Gallery Launch Gallery Getty/Robert Albion Zeigler/Albion Productions Netflix star Anna Delvey is locked up in an ICE Detention, but that isn't stopping her from putting on a show ... her first high-end art exhibit. The exhibition, "Allegedly," went down Thursday night at the PUBLIC Hotel in Manhattan. It featured sketches Anna created from jail. Robert Albion Zeigler/Albion Productions There was a live DJ and models who sauntered by fans as cameras flashed. Robert Albion Zeigler/Albion Productions Patrick Peters , rep for Anna Delvey, tells TMZ ... 20 pieces of Anna's art were displayed at the event. She used pencils, sent by her team to her jail facility. Robert Albion Zeigler/Albion Productions Of course, Anna was MIA because the feds at the ICE detention facility aren't giving her a day pass anytime soon. She did, however, call into the event and spoke to all the guests. Robert Albion … [Read more...] about Netflix Star Anna Delvey Featured at Art Exhibit with Pieces Created in ICE Jail
D ‘Angelo is a morning person, of sorts. When he’s working in the studio, as was often the case in the 14-year interregnum between 2000’s Voodoo and 2014’s Black Messiah, he quits his all-night recording sessions just in time to greet each day’s sunrise. “I’m definitely on the night shift,” he says, drawing deep on one of a series of Newport cigarettes, not long after midnight in the midtown Manhattan studio where he recorded much of Black Messiah. He’s wearing a denim shirt unbuttoned over a white undershirt, dark jeans and leather boots. Dog tags bearing the names of his three children hang from a chain around his neck. He looks weary, though he woke up not long ago. It’s his first interview since he released one of the most universally acclaimed albums in years, an album that seemed as if it might never come out at all. D’Angelo could well be the most singular, visionary star to emerge from R&B since Prince. His music, stuffed with live instrumentation and harmonic … [Read more...] about The Second Coming of D’Angelo