Actress Anjelika Washington is shedding light on the racism that still exists in Hollywood with an Instagram photo of her and a stunt double who wore blackface and dark body makeup.
Black creators told Insider that studios' recent handing of episodes with blackface doesn't address the larger issue of systemic racism in Hollywood.
Skye Jackson says that if you scratch the surface at her elite boarding school, you’ll find an atmosphere of deep racism.
The design features a trendy bold tie-dye treatment as well as special Jibbitz charms in the shape of the Grateful Dead’s dancing bears motif and rock climbing holds.
The 38-year-old is all about that natural look.From Women's Health
"You know, I just care for her a lot," he revealed on Live with Kelly and Ryan.
Pretty in pink.
“No Botox, no fillers.”
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"Contactless fashion" is based on the premise that Instagram influencers will fork over hundreds of dollars for luxury clothes that don't exist.
Your favorite brands are up to 25 percent off right now. From Town & Country
The U.S. hit another grim milestone on Monday with more than 5 million Americans now infected with the coronavirus. Although there is a push to increase testing and develop a vaccine, experts continue to suggest that if all Americans wore masks, the pandemic could be brought under control “within weeks.” In the spirit of that mission, a new study published in Science Advances is shedding light on which masks are most effective — and which may actually be hurting the effort to curb COVID-19.
'America's Got Talent' returned Tuesday with its first live show of the season, but without Simon Cowell or a live audience. Instead, the one-and-only Kelly Clarkson filled in for Cowell, and a virtual Zoom audience surrounded the stage. Meanwhile, many of the acts performed outside around the Universal Studios Hollywood theme park and backlot. When host Terry Crews asked Clarkson how she felt in Cowell's chair, she jokingly responded, "I have waited years for this. I love Simon but I'm getting real used to this chair, buddy. I'm just saying, take your time. I could use another job."
Cavuto’s recent streak of challenging claims made by President Trump now extend to his campaign's comments about Kamala Harris.
Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto has made a habit recently of disputing claims made by President Trump. Just last month, Cavuto cut away from a Trump speech to correct the president on claims he'd just made about the Obama economy. In May, Cavuto warned his audience against the use of hydroxychloroquine as a cure for COVID-19 after Trump touted the unproven drug in a press briefing. On Tuesday, it wasn't the president, but rather the Trump campaign that Cavuto felt the need to correct. Following the announcement that Kamala Harris would be Joe Biden's running mate, the campaign released a statement claiming, among other things, that Harris had called Biden a racist. Cavuto clarified, "She never did."
Will Smith attempts to overcome his fear of sharks by swimming with some of the largest species on earth.