Happy Hump Day! In case you didn’t know, Lupita Nyong’o is the “Most Beautiful” person in the world and the infamous “Real Housewives of Atlanta” reunion special earned record viewers though a show insider says its unlikely that both Kenya Moore and Porsha Williams will return following the dust-up. Plus, there’s my watchlist and what’s hot (and not). Enjoy!
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Last night, the 25th annual GLAAD Media Awards were held in Beverly Hills at the Beverly Hilton hotel with GLAAD (The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) honoring those who… More
By Lilly Workneh (Article originally published on theGrio.com) Lupita Nyong’o is kicking off the Spring with a stellar start. The Academy Award winner has landed the cover of the May Issue… More
It’s the weekend and I’ve gathered some of the hottest news happening in black entertainment such as Lupita Nyong’o landing a major cosmetics contract, Marie Claire and Black Twitter bumping heads and Tracy Morgan’s latest project. Plus check out what’s hot (and what’s not) and my weekend watchlist.
Black beauty is a powerful thing. It encompasses the broad range of beauty reflected in women of color from Zoe Saldana to Kelly Rowland. And while millions have always admired the allure of black women, the billion-dollar beauty industry has lately been taking note.
Oprah Winfrey’s unloading famed real estate, “Key & Peele” stars covering Time and why Lupita Nyong’o's new moniker should be girl on fire are some of hot topics people are chatting about today. Keep reading for more details.
It’s the middle of the week and plenty’s happening including an opportunity to meet the lady behind Lupita Nyong’o's great looks, Jamie Foxx and Kevin Hart possibly doing a movie with the “Ride Along” team plus OWN’s sharing some great news.
Happy Monday and all that good stuff. There’s much buzzing taking place around the globe, including speculation about who Lupita Nyong’o is really booed up with, “Saturday Night Live’s” parody of “Scandal” and Black Twitter’s ongoing introduction to mainstream America
What a year to remember. The 2013-2014 film season will undoubtedly go down as a highlight for black TV and film. Lupita Nyong’o won her Oscar as did Steve McQueen, as a producer for “12 Years a Slave,” and John Ridley for penning that movie’s screenplay.
Lifetime sure knows how to keep black women tuning in. This time the women’s network has tapped an all-star cast led by Oscar and Golden Globe winner Whoopi Goldberg and Ving Rhames, also a Golden Globe recipient, for its original production of “A Day Late and a Dollar Short.”