Beyoncé Is Starting A Scholarship For Woke Women In College
Beyoncé is celebrating the one-year anniversary of her earth-shattering visual album “Lemonade” by helping young women pay for college.
The singer announced her new program Formation Scholars on Monday, named after her powerfully pro-black single “Formation.” The program, as a part of her #BeyGood initiative, will award young ladies “who are unafraid to think outside the box and are bold, creative, conscious and confident” for the 2017-2018 school year.
Zoe Saldana Uses ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ To Get Her Kids To Eat Veggies
Want your kids to eat their vegetables? Just tell them you’re related to the Hulk. It works for Zoe Saldana.
On Monday, the cast of “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,” including Saldana, appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” During the interview, Kimmel said the actors’ kids must love seeing their parents save the galaxy on screen. Saldana agreed, explaining that playing the green-colored character Gamora gives her the upper hand when it comes to convincing her kids to eat their vegetables.
One Reason Will Smith As Genie In ‘Aladdin’ Would Be Magical
Welcome to Miami … er … Agrabah, Will Smith.
The wonderful world of Disney has been flipped, turned upside down with the news that Smith could play Genie in the live-action “Aladdin.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, the actor is in “early talks” for the part in the Guy Ritchie–directed film.
Kendrick Lamar Charts All 14 Tracks From ‘DAMN.’ on Billboard Hot 100
The rapper is just the fifth artist to land that many songs on the chart simultaneously.
Kendrick Lamar inhabits 14 positions on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated May 6), all from his new Billboard 200 chart-topping album DAMN.
As previously reported, the set’s “Humble.” hops 3-1 on the Hot 100 in its third frame, earning Lamar his second No. 1, and first as a lead act (following a one-week stint at the top of the chart in June 2015 as featured on Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood”). Meanwhile, the other 13 tracks from the new album also all enter the list.
Big Boi’s “Kill Jill,” Feat. Killer Mike And Jeezy, Is Shaping Up To Be A Summertime Banger
Allow Big Boi to reacquaint you with the sounds of the summertime South. Before the release of his highly anticipated third studio album, Boomiverse, he let off “Kill Jill,” one of two new singles. In the head-banging new track, Killer Mike and Jeezy trade bars about girls, jewels and the finer trappings of life over a beat perfect to coast down a trafficless highway to.
Dazzling Photos Capture The Beauty Of Afro-Latinas In Puerto Rico
When Valerie Moreno moved to Puerto Rico four years ago to be with her husband, the Canadian photographer was surprised to find an incredible amount of racial diversity on the Caribbean island.
“I didn’t know there were as many black Latinos and as much diversity as there is,” Moreno, who is of Salvadorian descent, told The Huffington Post. “Why? Partly because of my ignorance but also because every Puerto Rican I saw in movies and pop culture looked very much like J. Lo ― culturally homogeneous.”
Chrissy Teigen Casually Pays Off Woman’s Beauty School Tuition
Model Chrissy Teigen just made a North Carolina woman’s dreams come true by paying off her tuition to beauty school.
Mercedes Edney of Charlotte had started an online fundraiser last month to raise $5,995 for esthetician school. She had raised about $300 by Friday, when Teigen stepped in and paid off the rest, NBC News reports
15 Yellow Dresses For Brides Who Want To Channel Their Inner Belle
he last few months have been “Beauty and the Beast” mania, with catchy music medleys, sweet photo shoots and wedding themes all inspired by the movie. And with the live-action flick hitting theaters on Friday, the craze shows no signs of stopping.
For brides who want to channel their inner Belle on the big day, we’ve compiled 15 yellow wedding gowns that look like a ray of fairytale sunshine.
An All-Female DC Villains Movie Starring Margot Robbie Is Actually Happening
We can all agree that Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn was just about the only thing that worked in “Suicide Squad,” right?
Amid the hordes of blob people, deafening music cues and a Joker we’ll never forgive Jared Leto for, Robbie shined, perfecting Quinn’s manic laugh, tough-as-nails personality and seriously skewed sense of right and wrong.