A shortage of PPE materials, such as N95 masks, for healthcare workers has amplified the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two of our faves united for a Black Girl Magic dose of musical therapy
Tina Knowles-Lawson Questions Why States Are Reopening During COVID-19 Pandemic After Close Friend's Death
“It’s people dying every day, and Black people are dying at an alarming rate," she said in an IGTV video.
The rising star is set to play a young prince in Disney+'s "Secret Society of Second-Born Royals."
Braxton has always been transparent about her hair issues. Now she's helping others.
"Quarantine has now turned into isolation,” he wrote on Twitter.
Beyoncé Surprises Fans With Rendition Of 'When You Wish Upon A Star' Dedicated To Healthcare Workers
“I'd like to dedicate this song to all of the healthcare workers who've been working tirelessly to keep us healthy and safe," she said before performing during the Disney Family singalong.
The woman they surprised described the couple as “very kind” and “down to earth.”
"Girl's Trip's" Flossy Posse took over "Red Table Talk" on Wednesday.
Daniels and Danny Strong are hopeful that they might see their vision for the series play out one day.
With daytime talk shows returning from host's homes, many spring and summer film projects—including Pixar's "Soul" and "Candyman"—move to fall.
The producer said it's the reason why his much-buzzed-about Instagram Live battle with Teddy Riley was postponed.
Take one last look back with Issa, Molly, Tiffany and Kelli!
Usher Shades The Weeknd After The Canadian Singer Claimed The R&B Legend Stole His Style On 'Climax'
“I heard ‘Climax,’ that Usher song, and was like, ‘Holy f*ck, that’s a Weeknd song," The Weeknd said.
"When I was bored, I would just smoke. Now, because of this quarantine, I'm bored all the time but I’m putting my energy into different things,” she revealed on "Red Table Talk."
The former reality show star revealed that she's been “in close contact with the police for the past two weeks," regarding her mother's disappearance.
The singer and author revealed she was a bit surprised to end up with her own Netflix show.
"I learned so much from each member of the cast and production team. It's a pinnacle of my career," Tyson tells ESSENCE exclusively.