Filled with poise and sophistication, 12 Years a Slave star LUPITA NYONG’O graciously accepted the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress at the Oscars last night.
Dressed to the nines in a pastel blue Prada gown, a stunned N’YONGO began by thanking 12 Years A Slave director, STEVE MCQUEEN saying, “Thank you so much for putting me in this position. It has been the joy of my life. I’m certain the dead are standing about you and they are grateful and so am I.”
Check out LUPITA NYONG’O's Best Supporting Actress acceptance speech above.
If the original version of BEYONCE’s “Partition” wasn’t shocking and sexy enough, the superstar singer has just released the fully explicit version of the video.
With more footage of BEYONCE’s rear end and few more pearl clutching moments in the back of a car, BEYONCE takes us back to time that she says reminded her of the day she got engaged.
“The day that I got engaged was my husband’s birthday and I took him to Crazy Horse… I was like, ‘I wish I was up there. I wish I could perform that for my man.’ So that’s what I did for the video,” recalls BEY in her “Self-Titled” video series.
Since her debut on the rap scene NICKI MINAJ has been known to rock tons of over-the-top wigs and now it appears as though all of that protective styling has paid off.
The superstar rapper took to Instagram to show off the amazing growth her natural hair has experienced underneath all of her unique wigs.
MINAJ wrote, “No perm. No extensions,” as the caption for one of her length check pics where she revealed that her hair could practically extend to the full length of her arm.
The New York native followed up by posting pics of her hair in high top au naturale top knot…
Lifted off of the Despicable Me 2 soundtrack, “Happy,” is an upbeat track that has become an Internet sensation spawning countless recreation videos and covers.
Nominated for Best Original Song, PHARRELL WILLIAMS will take the stage on March 2nd to perform at the Oscars.Photo Source: PR Photos
Vanity Fair recruited some of the biggest names in film to grace the cover of their 20th annual Hollywood issue, and finally Black stars got some real shine.
12 Years A Slave stars, CHIWETEL EJIOFOR, LUPITA NYONG’O Fruitvale Station leading man, MICHAEL B. JORDAN, Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom stars, IDRIS ELBA and NAOMI HARRIS, 42 star CHADWICK BOSEMAN were among the distinguished actors invited to partake in the acclaimed publication.
The Hollywood issue of Vanity Fair will be released digitally and on newsstands in NY and LA on February 7th and available nationwide on February 11th…READ & SEE MORE INSIDE!!!
Acclaimed singers PATTI LABELLE, MARY MARY, TAMELA MANN, DONNIE MCCLURKIN and the NFL Player’s Choir are set to perform at what’s considered to be one of the opening events for Super Bowl XLVIII weekend.
Set to donate a portion of ticket sales to the St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital, the 15th annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration takes place tonight at the Theater at Madison Square Garden.
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One of the most talked about moments of last night’s Grammy awards was the stellar performance of Good Kid M.A.A.D City, rapper KENDRICK LAMAR.
The LA native teamed up with rockers Imagine Dragons for a unlikely combination of their hit singles, “M.A.A.D City,” and “Radio Active,” respectively.
Shortly after the performance hit the airwaves, a remix for Imagine Dragons’ “Radio Active,” featuring KENDRICK LAMAR was announced on iTunes.
Check out KENDRICK LAMAR and Imagine Dragons’ 2014 Grammy Awards performance above.
First Lady of The Untied States, MICHELLE OBAMA, recently appeared in the hilarious commercial for the latest Lets Move campaign.
Starring along side NBA champs, the Miami Heat, the First Lady showed off her basketball skills, and slam dunked on LEBRON JAMES during the commercial.
Also featuring cameos from DWYANE WADE, RAY ALLEN, and CHRIS BOSH, check out MICHELLE OBAMA take it to the hole in the video above.
According to reports, Ride Along debuted at number one with an estimated projection of over $47.8 million possibly breaking the record for the biggest Martin Luther King holiday opening.
Reports also suggest that the WILL PACKER produced and TIM STORY directed film is also projected to break the record for the biggest debut in all of January.
Congrats to the cast and crew of the new film.