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Ray J crashed and burned the morning after the Billboard Music Awards ... and landed in the hospital ... TMZ has learned.
We're told Ray J was extremely upset after his confrontation with Whitney Houston's family -- notably Pat Houston -- during the awards ceremony.
On Monday morning, someone went into Ray J's hotel room and realized the singer was "out of it" and couldn't get out of bed.
We're told Ray J was extremely disoriented and was immediately taken to the hospital by ambulance.
As for what happened ... it's looking like a combo of exhaustion and dehydration. Ray J had just returned from a quick, 32-hour round trip to China for business and when he landed he immediately drove 4 hours to Las Vegas for the awards show.
Ray J is still in the hospital. No word on when he'll be released.
With fall 2014 ready to introduce graphic & geometric prints as one of the most prominent fashion trends for men, one can already expect a guy's traditional autumn / winter wardrobe to get a little bit of a fun makeover. Count on the subtle splashes of colour, and on the playful juxtaposition of shapes, to ensure all the elements necessary in helping revamp both the classic, and the more modern menswear silhouettes intended for the cold months.
After the break, a closer look at all the squares, circles, triangles and rectangles made to look quirky, or rather sophisticated for fall 2014, plus all the inspiration you'll be needing in order to pull off this trend, without ever having to compromise your personal style.
Article continues. To read it in full visit 'Men's geometric prints: a fall 2014 trend' at Fashionising.com
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