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"Mr. Vice President, I'm speaking" was the line of the night.
People are calling her out for using a song that sampled an Islamic hadith in her Savage X Fenty show.
Broadway star Cordero died of COVID-19 complications in July.
I’ve Been Wearing the Same $10 Foundation for Years, and Even My Dermatologist Compliments It
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"We need to protect our Black women."
"Love you so much baby Jack."
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The color is also intended to "promote period positivity."
The photos show Boseman starring in the 1920s-based film Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.
The double standards are glaring.
Seyfried's pregnancy was kept a secret until now.
Chrissy Teigen Revealed She’s Undergoing Blood Transfusions, Which "Sounds More Dramatic Than It Is"
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The cast and loads of guest stars will perform new scripted content tomorrow night.
People who are incarcerated are more than five times more likely to get coronavirus.
Oprah, George Clooney, Viola Davis, and Others Speak Out on Lack of Justice for Breonna Taylor
An upsetting decision on Taylor's case has prompted protests across the country.
Don’t let stigma or generational divides stop you from advocating for yourself.
The artist and actor talks about her new film Antebellum, police brutality, and the importance of voting.
Former staffers and people across the internet are calling her monologue "tone-deaf."
"For so many of us, Justice Ginsburg was a real-life superhero: a beacon of hope, a warrior for justice, a robed crusader who saved the day time and again."
The 'Friends' trio joked they've "been roommates since 1994."
Ramy Youssef showed the dark-but-hilarious side of what happens when you lose.
She served retro-glam brilliance when accepting her award.