How Tracee Ellis Ross and Her Rapping Alter Ego, TMurda, Are Getting Ready to Co-Host the BET Awards
Tracee Ellis Ross (aka rapper TMurda) is co-hosting the BET Awards tonight with her black-ish co-star Anthony Anderson.
Thank goodness! We've been going through some serious Dre and Bo withdrawals since last month's black-ish season finale...
The most stylish stars have a plan about what they want to look like on red carpets. Tracee Ellis Ross, celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose and hairstylist Chuck Amos came together Sunday to rock out a new look for Tracee.
No, we can't all be best friends with Tracee Ellis Ross (we know; we're just as sad about it as you are), but we can sure feel like it. The black-ish star graces the cover of our March issue and opened up about everything from her star-studded childhood to her most memorable television roles. Flip through our gallery for some of her juiciest tidbits, and read her full interview in this month's issue of ESSENCE, on newsstands now!
Put some spring in your step and check-out which Hollywood Starlets are rocking the hottest heels!
The gorgeous, goofy, girlfriend in our heads is having a moment these days.
We love black-ish star Tracee Ellis Ross's rapper alter ego T-Murda. Here are 5 reasons she's our favorite "underground" rapper.
The show is about an "upper middle-class Black man who struggles to raise his children with a sense of cultural identity."
Tracee Ellis Ross stars in the comedy written by The Game's Kenya Barris and executive produced by Laurence Fishburne.
If it ain't broke don't fix it. Tracee Ellis Ross and Regina King are back to host Black Girls Rock.
Pals Gabrielle Union and Tracee Ellis Ross are both celebrating their 40th birthdays this week. Join us in wishing these fab "girlfriends" a happy birthday. Plus, see which other celebs turned 40 in 2012.