- U.S. Good Morning America
A North Carolina man touting himself as one of the captains in the burgeoning black travel community is being accused by a group of vacationers of failing to deliver on promises of a dream voyage on "super premium" yachts, asserting the reality was a bit of a "disgusting" nightmare. Reginald Cummings, the owner of Black Travel Movement, was also hit with a federal lawsuit late last month for allegedly skirting a $550,000 bill owed to the Maryland-based yacht company that provided the more than two dozen vessels that were used on the week-long Caribbean sojourn. The "Black Yacht Week" event had echoes of the Fyre Festival, a high-end excursion to the Bahamas that became a debacle with lack of food, water and toilets.
- Celebrity Yahoo Lifestyle
Elizabeth Hurley, 54, channels Daisy Duke in racy red bikini top, denim cut-offs: 'More gorgeous than any 25-year-old'
The "hottest woman on the planet" is once again wowing fans with a sexy bikini photo shoot.
- Entertainment Good Morning America
"Dancing With the Stars" contestant Christie Brinkley broke her arm in rehearsals and will not be able to hit the dance floor this season. In a statement, BBC Studios and ABC said, "Brinkley suffered injuries which required surgery to her wrist and arm," keeping her from participating in the competition. Brinkley’s 21-year-old daughter, Sailor Brinkley-Cook, a Sports Illustrated model, has stepped in to take her mother’s place for the remainder of the season.
- Celebrity Elle
He allegedly learned about the statement on social media.
- Health ABC News Videos
The young girl showed symptoms shortly after getting water into her nose while swimming in a Texas river during Labor Day weekend.