The 'Bad Hair' star and Emmy nominated actress is clearly not letting the pandemic slow down her momentum.
Remember Janelle Monáe's Oscar night showstopper? The Creative Arts Emmy’s did and Monáe's live show artistic director might walk home a winner on Saturday night.
Fox is following in the footsteps of Amanda Seales and Keke Palmer, who both helmed awards shows virtually.
This double Emmy nominee has earned her latest nominations for casting "Insecure" and "Watchmen."
"When the world doesn’t offer you a seat at the table, you can build your own,” said Perry of the honor.
She directed the entire first season of "A Black Lady Sketch Show."
This isn’t the first time the Emmys has made such noticeable snubs — and it certainly won’t be the last.
2020 isn't look so bad after all.
"This is the culmination of all those years of haves and have not," the iconic actress said in her acceptance speech.
"I learned so much from each member of the cast and production team. It's a pinnacle of my career," Tyson tells ESSENCE exclusively.
The singer's attorney Steve Greenberg told reporters that he doesn't expect investigators to "find anything incriminating."
Prosecutors in Illinois filed an amended indictment Friday, which includes new allegations of sexual abuse of a minor.
The marriage, held in 1994, was later annulled.
Captain Javier Ortiz is alleged to have changed his race to obtain a promotion. The formerly white officer claims he has a newfound identity.
Across the pond, Black and non-Black actors and actresses are facing the same lack of diversity at awards shows.
Federal prosecutors have accused Kelly of bribing an Illinois government employee in order to obtain a fake ID to marry Aaaliyah when she was 15.
A woman claims the actor grabbed her butt at a Los Angeles party but prosecutors will not press charges due to lack of evidence.