Actor Jamie Foxx and Miss Golden Globe Corinne Foxx attend Hollywood Foreign Press Association and InStyle Celebration of The 2016 Golden Globe Award Season at Ysabel on November 17, 2015 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images) Jamie Foxxand Katie Holmesare happy and doing great as a couple, according to Jamie’s daughter, Corinne Foxx.
(Photo by Randy Shropshire/Getty Images for Warner Music) Lizzo will be taking the stage at the upcoming 2019 MTV Movie & TV Awards and we can’t wait to see what this beauty has in store for her first major TV performance. The body-positive artist who is also featured in Ugly Dolls has been waking waves all over the music industry by rolling out several bangers while celebrating her curves and encouraging other women to do the same.
While having no biological children of her own, Oprah Winfrey enjoyed a special Mother’s Day celebration with students from her leadership academy. —Blac Chyna opens up about scaling down her butt and breast sizes ‘It was out of control’— As a surrogate mother to so many girls who have graduated from her Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy in South Africa, like Lizhuwani Gloria Rapalalani, Winfrey got a chance to do what a mom would do and walk the bride down the aisle during Rapalalani’s wedding over the weekend. Winfrey was a surprise wedding guest in Atlanta, Georgia as Rapalalani took her vows during a heart-warming ceremony in front of family and close friends.
Blac Chyna talks to Wendy Williams about plastic surgery and Kardashian drama. (Wendy Williams Show) Blac Chyna is piping down in more ways than one. Recently the reality star, who is known for her oversized assets and roller coaster relationship with Rob Kardashian, opened up on The Wendy Williams Show about reducing her breast and butt size because they were getting larger than life.
(Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images) Kevin Durant is ready to share an inspiring story with the world and he will do just that when Q Ball premieres this month. The NBA star executive produced the documentary that chronicles a basketball team formed by inmates at San Quentin State Prison. The Golden State Warriors star and his teammates have visited the prison, prompting him to make the experience of meeting the San Quentin Warriors into a film that’s sure to inspire.
Atlanta rapper Futureis facing backlash for posting an Instagram story under the caption #BigMood that shows his children posing with wads of cash. The IG story, which went up on Monday, features two of Future’s ten sons, including his namesake, Future Jr., dressed to the nines and holding wads of cash to their ears like a telephone. The Shade Room captured the screen shot under the heading “#Future’s babies are rolling in that dough” with a frowny face and posted it to its IG page, resulting in more than 106,000 likes and many negative responses directed at Future. Many called post tacky, weird and even ghetto while also questioning Future’s parenting style and whether he was instilling his children with the right values.
(Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images) Ayesha Curry continues to keep it real and she recently opened up about how postpartum depression led her to a botched boob job. The chef, author, mother, and wife of Steph Curry shared the story of her ill-fated plastic surgery during an interview with Working Mother. 5 fierce female celebs we love for speaking out about mental health
(ABC/Kelsey McNeal) After months of anticipation, ABC has finally dropped the first trailer for their black-ish prequel series, Mixed-ish. The 30-minute comedy will air Tuesdays at 9/8c on ABC and stars Arica Himmel, Tika Sumpter, Gary Cole, Christina Anthony, Mykal-Michelle Harris and Ethan Childress. The series will chronicle Rainbow Johnson as a teen in the 1980s, long before she grew up to become Bow, the mother we have come to know and love, perfectly played by Tracee Ellis Ross in black-ish.
(Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images) Screenwriter and producer Lena Waithe has collaborated with digital media company ATTN: for an original series titled Girls Room,for Dove’s Self-Esteem Project Deadlinereports. “I’ve admired Dove and its mission to educate young women through their Self-Esteem Project for a long time,” said Waithe. “Crafting a story that’s purposeful and relevant to our shared values was exciting to me on a deeply personal level.
(Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney) Anthony Anderson’s main focus has been ABC’s Black-ish for the past few years, but he’s coming to Netflix for a hip-hop coming-of-age drama titled Beats, Deadlinereports. The film pairs Anderson, a down and out former music manager-turned school security officer, with Khalil Everage, 17, who plays a young musical prodigy who shares with him a mutual love of hip-hop.