The Week in News

Kelly Rowland is pregnant with her second child, Tyra Banks confirms that a “Coyote Ugly” reboot is in the works, and Eboni K. Williams is the first Black cast member of “The Real Housewives of New York City”!

To see these stories and more, check them out below.

Actor Thomas Jefferson Byrd, 70, Has Passed Away After Fatal Shooting

Chadwick Boseman’s Brother Recalls What May Have Been Their Final Conversation

Chrissy Metz Goes IG Official with Boyfriend!

April Love Geary Is Expecting Baby #3 with Robin Thicke!

Lana Del Rey Under Fire for Wearing THIS Face Mask at Meet and Greet

Call SAMHSA’s National Helpline for Free Mental Health Information

White Officer Charged with Murder After Fatally Shooting Unarmed Black Man Who Attorney Says Intervened in Domestic Dispute

Tyra Banks Names Wrong Couple in ‘DWTS’ Bottom 2!

Rihanna Apologizes for Using Song with Sacred Islamic Verses in Savage X Fenty Show

Trey Songz Tests Positive for COVID-19

‘Selena: The Series’ Releases New Trailer and Premiere Date!

White Couple Who Pointed Guns at Protesters Indicted on Weapons and Evidence-Tampering Charges

KY AG Daniel Cameron Slams Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘SNL’ Performance as ‘Disgusting’

Man Exonerated After 7 Years in Prison for Robbery He Did Not Commit

Kelly Rowland Is Pregnant with Baby #2!

Meghan Trainor Is Expecting First Child!

LaKeith Stanfield Under Fire for Criticizing Kamala Harris’ Hair in VP Debate

Tyra Banks Says ‘Coyote Ugly’ Reboot Is in the Works!

Eboni K. Williams Is the First Black Cast Member of ‘RHONY’!

Former Menudo Singer Anthony Galindo Ibarra Has Passed Away

Cynthia Bailey’s Bachelorette Party Allegedly Got Wild!

Mariah Carey Says Son Moroccan, 9, Was Bullied by White Supremacist

Rapper Scarface Asks for Kidney Donation Amid COVID-19 Battle

Mindy Kaling Gave Birth to Baby #2 During Quarantine!

Disney’s ‘Soul’ to Skip Theaters for Christmas Premiere on Disney+


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