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Since Lauren Simmons left her NYSE trading job, her career has been a testament to what can be accomplished when you strike out on your own
On Yes, Girl! podcast, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star says her family will be Instagram ready. Sponsored by SheaMoisture.
Stepping fully into her sensuality took some time, the artist tells Yes, Girl! podcast, but now that she's there, she's never going back. Sponsored by SheaMoisture.
With the show being cut short abruptly due to COVID-19, even the show's leading lady is in the dark on how it will end.
Kierra "Kiki" Sheard found a confidence she needed in rising to meet the challenge of starring in The Clark Sisters Lifetime Movie.
The actress, who is mourning the loss of her uncle from suspected coronavirus complications, is now looking at a later wedding date.
'Orange Is The New Black' Star Danielle Brooks Wants People To Know All Sides Of Her—Emotions And All
“Being in the public eye, people just assume everything is good,” Brooks said to Yes, Girl! podcast.
With more than 4,500 episodes in the vault, the podcast will release ten episodes each week.
"Black women charting within this genre is just very unheard [of]. It's not done. And I think that's sad," she said on ESSENCE's Yes, Girl! podcast.
Inspiration Behind 'Just Mercy' Hopes Film 'Motivates' Viewers 'To Get Involved' In Criminal Justice System
The film, starring Michael B. Jordan and Oscar winner Jamie Foxx, is in theaters now.
The "Just Mercy" star tells "Yes, Girl" podcast he also has his sights set on directing one day.
The talk show and podcast superstars break down the internet's shadiest moments.
"It did allow the audience to know, ‘Oh, she’s cool!'" she admitted on a recent episode of ESSENCE's Yes, Girl! podcast.
With her recent move to an independent label, the singer exudes creativity. She’s also the ideal beauty muse.
"My purpose is to be vulnerable enough to tell my story in a way that helps and can uplift and inspire other people to make positive changes in their own lives and I feel like I'm doing that with the podcast."