Kron Moore opens up about how life has changed since being cast as First Lady Victoria Franklin in Tyler Perry’s “The Oval.” Plus, she dishes on the importance of trusting your gut during a huge pandemic purchase.
[Full] Yvonne Orji Has THIS to Say About 2021, Talks New Comedy Special ‘Yearly Departed’ & Insecure
Comedian and actress Yvonne Orji’s upcoming Amazon Prime Video comedy special “Yearly Departed” takes a hilarious look at the past year told by a cast of all women comedians. We get her take on some of the biggest headlines of the year, plus the “Insecure” star dishes on what we can expect from the final season of the hit series.
How Jeannie, Adrienne, Garcelle & Jeezy All Ended Up on FaceTime Together… in the Bathroom!
From fan photos to disgusting surprises when you open the door, we’re dishing about the weirdest things that have happened to us while trying to use the restroom, including an impromptu and unplanned FaceTime between Jeannie, Adrienne, Garcelle, and… Jeezy?
Part One: Yvonne Orji Spills the Beans on Her Approach to Comedy and Saying Goodbye to ‘Insecure’
Comedian and actress Yvonne Orji dishes on her approach to comedy, those TWO degrees from the George Washington University, and what fans can expect from the final season of the hit series “Insecure.” Tune in TODAY for the entire interview!
North Carolina School Board Approves Policy to Limit History and Race Topics in Schools
We weigh in on the decision from the all-Republican Johnston County School Board in North Carolina to limit how certain topics about history and race can be taught in schools.
Taraji P. Henson On $150K 'Benjamin Button' Salary & The Mental Health Stigma in the Black Community
Taraji P. Henson opens up about the importance of erasing the mental health stigma in the Black community, and how the Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation aims to humanize the idea around suffering. She also dishes on what fans can expect from Season 2 of “Peace of Mind with Taraji” and her upcoming Muppets special!
Sarah Silverman Slams Hollywood for Casting Non-Jewish Actors to Portray ‘Jew Face’
Actress Sarah Silverman spoke out on her podcast about Hollywood’s casting choices when it comes to “Jew face,” arguing the use of “big fake noses” and a “Yiddish-y inflection.” We want to know: Should ethnicity and race be a factor when casting or is it truly the best person for the job?