Matt Lauer to Sandra Bullock: "The major thing that's changed since you've been here last: I've now seen you naked...it's now my screensaver."
Barbra Streisand cut her nails on one hand to learn the guitar for A Star Is Born (1976), and to me, that's pretty darn cool.
From Ma Rainey to TLC.
55 Behind-The-Scenes Photos Of Black Musicians Throughout History That'll Change The Way You See Them Forever
Baby Jimi Hendrix was the cutest kiddo ever!!!
Keegan-Michael Key's cameo in Get Out was so darn clever.
30 Legendary Celebrity Couples That Millennials Had No Idea Existed And Baby Boomers Still Go Bananas For
I, for one, had no idea Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland dated.
I will never get sick of a Billie Eilish and Khalid collaboration — like, EVER.
"If you’re not making clothes for me, and if you don’t want to make clothes for me, I don’t want to wear your [designs]." —Lizzo
The film touches upon the major moments of Franklin’s life, but does not coalesce into a fulfilling narrative.
This was destiny!
Hopefully you can make it through this not just livin' on a prayer.
Alright, Millennials: If You Recognize These 18 Celebs From The '60s, Your Boomer Parents Definitely Raised You Right
Let's see how much you really know about the '60s.
The First Trailer For Jennifer Hudson's Aretha Franklin Biopic "RESPECT" Looks Just As Great As I Imagined
Now I'm even more excited to see Respect!
BET’s The Bobby Brown Story and Aretha Franklin’s televised eulogy show how men often rewrite the personal narratives of the women celebrities they claim to love.
"Rev. Jasper Williams spent more than 50 minutes speaking and at no time did he properly eulogize her," said Vaughn Franklin, her nephew.
“You lugubrious leech, you dopey doppelgänger of deceit and deviance, you lethal liar, you dim-witted dictator, you foolish fascist,” was just one of the lines.
“I just need to find myself a church hat that’s even half as fire as Cicely’s.”
"She was a feminist before feminism was popular. She was a civil rights activist when it wasn't popular."
Grande also sang the song on The Tonight Show after the Queen of Soul died.
The SNL star has a tattoo of Clinton's face on his leg.
Performers and speakers include Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson, Ariana Grande, former president Bill Clinton, and Tyler Perry.
Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Hudson, and Ariana Grande will all be giving tributes to the late Queen of Soul.
The Queen of Soul will lie in repose in the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History for two days before her funeral Friday.
"I did not intend to do a tribute to her!"
While there’s no doubt Franklin’s music transcended genres and audiences, the Queen of Soul was first and foremost the voice of what it feels like to be a black woman in America.
Grande honored the late singer by performing "Natural Woman."
“We sincerely apologize to Aretha Franklin’s family and friends.”
“In her voice, we could feel our history, all of it and in every shade — our power and our pain, our darkness and our light, our quest for redemption and our hard-won respect,” the Obamas said.
“Genius” is a title Aretha deserves, without question. That we have often failed to give it to her (and other black women) only shows our own biases.
“The greatest voice in American popular music has been stilled,” said Bette Midler.