In "Something New," when the blond and buff hottie steps on-screen and, with a masterful gesture, sweeps the caramel-skinned heroine into his arms and then into bed, a roar goes up in Howard University's Cramton Auditorium.A few cup hands to mouths, their boos ricocheting through the room.
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