Actor Darius McCrary, who currently stars on Charlie Sheen’s new FX sitcom “Anger Management,” loaned an authentic costume he wore on his long-running sitcom “Family Matters” to go on display in the Studio’s Television: Out of the Box exhibit at the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The outfit — a red leather-and-twill cotton blazer, ruffled white shirt, black pants and black patent leather-and-suede shoes — was worn by the actor during a karaoke competition in the season five episode “Aunt Oona,” which featured the late Disco diva Donna Summer guest starring as the dowdy Aunt Oona from Altoona.
The “Family Matters” costume came from McCrary’s own collection and will be displayed alongside a costume and bowtie worn by co-star Jaleel White as Steve Urkel.
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Destiny’s Child singer Michelle Williams poses backstage at the BET Studios in Washington, DC before taping “Bobby Jones Gospel.”
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U.S. gymnast Gabby Douglas made history Thursday, winning Olympic gold. The 16-year-old Olympian became the first African-American to win the women’s all-around title.