WOW! Bria Murphy Says WHAT About Industry Models ?!

The beautiful daughter of legendary funny man Eddie Murphy, Bria Murphy, recently sat down for an interview with Good Morning America, where she opened up about living out her childhood dream as a runway model and the ugly side of the modeling industry that we don’t always necessarily get to see. Hit more after the jump……

Auto:(Photos) Which Car Did Ludacris Keep From The “Fast Five” Movie

Ludacris started the year off by showing us on Instagram he bought himself a new blue Bentley Continental GT. Well it looks like that is not the only vehicle new to his collection. He once again took to Instagram to show us the “Tank” that he has. By Tank he is referring to the big GMC truck that was in the movie “Fast Five”. Actually, it was the truck that got blown up in Fast Five, but we all know those movie effects. The truck obviously was never really destroyed and if anything Luda got it looking a little better with the new rims he got on there. Funny thing is he probably could of had one of the many other cars that were used in that movie but he went with this. Check the gallery above for pics. IamJOE357

Auto Talk: 2013 GMC Terrain Denali

GMC has broadened its blinged-out Denali line to include the smaller Terrain crossover for the 2013 model year. We’re getting our first stint behind the wheel of the Denali-fied Terrain this week, and while we’ll have our full report ready in the not-too-distant future, we can share this bit of news right now: The newest member of the Terrain family will officially be priced from $34,525 – not including (*)$825 for destination – when it goes on sale in the third quarter of this year. Funk Flex

Auto Talk: GMC Reveals 2013 Terrain Denali With 301-Horsepower V6

GMC has a hit on its hands with the Denali trim, but for some reason the brand’s most popular crossover still hasn’t donned the signature chrome grille. That will change for the 2013 model year with the introduction of the 2013 Terrain Denali. Funk Flex Find Flex On Google+

GMC to go further upscale?

Despite sharing a lot of dirty bits underneath, General Motors has done a commendable job lately of differentiating GMC and Chevrolet. Look at the Equinox and Terrain or the Acadia and Traverse as proof. Both pairs of vehicles share the same underpinnings, yet each have their own look. That’s a definite improvement over prior efforts, and Automotive News is reporting that GM may go further in the future. @funkmasterflex

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