From the latest season of Real Housewives of New York to Hulu’s new series The Great.
Many statements from celebrities and brands about George Floyd’s death and Black Lives Matter protests feel like hollow attempts to be on the right side of history.
"If we do not open up by the 30th of [May], I will be doing hair in my house. At this point, we have no income.”
The artist's Instagram post ignores the contributions many women of color have made to the kind of confessional music Del Rey claims to have popularized.
The new Netflix drama is supposed to be a progressive reenvisioning of classic 1940s Hollywood. But the fantasy feels superficial. (Spoilers ahead.)
How are you managing to keep your appearance the way you prefer it? We want to hear from you.
Through TikTok, actor Tabitha Brown has found her way to more than 2 million viewers' hearts — and stomachs.
“If you’d asked me before quarantine, I would’ve told you there was no hope.”
Has the coronavirus outbreak been the catalyst for you to mend a relationship that needed work or ended poorly? We want to hear from you!
Social media has made it easier for us to compare ourselves to others — especially when many of us are forced to stay home.
While some celebrities have come off as insensitive during the coronavirus crisis, others are using their talents and platforms to make the masses feel a little less alone.
Staying inside to prevent the spread of the coronavirus doesn't necessarily mean that pesky feeling of missing out has been totally eradicated. We'd like to hear from you.
“I’ve started hoarding batteries for my sex toys.”
Friends are still having birthday parties, group cooking sessions, and lip sync battles together — they're just doing it over video chat apps.
As people stay indoors to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus, we want to know how this has impacted your sex life.
It's the introvert's time to shine, baby!
We all deserve a break.
After a devastating breakup, I tried to figure out why dating these days feels so isolating.
“The crazy thing about reality TV is that it's such a brief part of your life that you're sharing with the world, and people come up to you and it's like they know you already,” Lauren told BuzzFeed News.
Jada Pinkett Smith has created a safe space for black celebs in hot water with her Facebook Watch show, Red Table Talk. But is it at the expense of holding them accountable?