The Emmy winner said someone had to be “sacrificed” for the greater good.
“The idea came up that it would be cool to do a block party with not just me deejaying, but have a full day of some of the best DJs in the world,” he said.
The rising star is set to play a young prince in Disney+'s "Secret Society of Second-Born Royals."
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.
Think "Black-ish" meets "The Office" wrapped in a 2 Chainz video.
For Mowry, it’s clear that singing will always remain a love of hers—even if it’s singing her favorite tune in the shower.
A short break from the news is bueno for your mental health.
The Emmy winner brings BET its first series with a LGBTQ+ lead, newcomer JoJo Gibbs.
We've selected a few of the titles we're excited to check out next month, including the Michelle and Barack Obama–produced "Crip Camp."
A Michigan 5-year-old officially has a new home. On Thursday he was legally adopted and invited his entire kindergarten class to celebrate.
Omarion decided to move on with the 2020 leg of the tour without his bandmates.
Actresses Danielle Brooks, Adrienne C. Moore, and Selenis Leyva reflect on the legacy of the Netflix series and how it changed representation on television.
Gabourey Sidibe Shares Why Making Her Directorial Debut As A Black Woman Was A 'Fight' She Was Ready For
The actress, who stars as Becky, on the series made her debut last week.
“I’m so lucky to have the opportunity to create a collection inspired by characters that advocate for sisterhood and positivity,” says Cowan.
“To be from Brooklyn and to look like this, it blows my mind- anything is possible,” says Iesha Hodges on being selected as a VS model.
“Own your body type, own your skin color, own your hair- because that’s what really shines through,” says Tookes on becoming a model.
The series will star Power's Sinqua Walls as Don Cornelius and feature a guest appearance by Kelly Rowland as Gladys Knight.
"She can. She will. She did."