Tuesday night (Mar.15), Brooklyn Nets superstar Kyrie Irving gave the world a glimpse of what he could do when he's on the court. Too bad he can't do this in front of actual Nets fans in Brooklyn.
Beasley, who has played for several NBA teams and abroad, recently appeared on a podcast and tearfully shared some of the ups and downs of his mental health woes.
Peacock hosted a star-studded backyard barbecue cookout and episode screening to celebrate the recent launch of the unconventional new comedy Bust Down last night (Mar. 14). There were several cast members, crew, and stars in attendance last night in Los Angeles. See photos inside.
Young Bae's advice about color tattoos on dark skin becomes a teachable moment for the crew.
The wayward pundit used her massive Twitter platform to show support for Vladimir Putin's assault on Ukraine, willfully tweeting "Russian Lives Matter" at the end of her misguided missive.
Pisces season is here! There are a number of celebrities who celebrate birthdays under the sign of Pisces like Erykah Badu, Jordan Peele and Rihanna. Pisces represents the last sign of the zodiac, which makes these creative, gifted geniuses all encompassing. Check out a gallery of our favorite celebrity Pisces inside.
To defend against Flores' explosive accusation, the NFL hired former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch in connection to the legal matter.
Abbott Elementary is slowly but surely capturing the hearts of many fans across the world with its witty writing and workplace humor. One particular character stole the show this week. Meet the Atlanta stand up comedian and rapper Zack Fox, who plays Janine's boyfriend Tariq on the show. See gallery inside.
Let’s keep the love train rolling with Instagram’s “Love at First Slide” campaign, which debuted yesterday on Valentine’s Day. In honor of Lover’s Day and Black History Month, the social media platform partnered with a few couples and friends to share their Black Love stories. Read more inside and view their photos.
Now that the big show has concluded, folks on Twitter are attempting to figure out if the set catered more to Generation X or Millenials instead of simply praising the moment for the greatness it was.