Sheryl Lee Ralph
"I'll never forget!"
Sheryl Lee Ralph Was Forced To Turn The TV Off After She Saw Her Friend Making Sexual Jokes About Her 31-Year-Old Son
"Sheryl Lee Ralph ain't gonna' like this, but I need to be stretched!"
Devery Jacobs Corrected Sheryl Lee Ralph For Using The Term "Indian," And It Was An Important Conversation
"Listen, I respect that."
"If I say something, I'm saying something for a reason. I feel like so many times Black women say stuff, and nobody cares." —Keke Palmer
Sheryl Lee Ralph Said A “Famous TV Judge” Sexually Assaulted Her: “Everybody At The Network Saw It.”
“They did not want any bad press around their show and did not care what just happened to me.”
From Super Bowl LVII Parties With Celebs To Watching The Big Game Live, Here's Everything I Experienced During The NFL's Biggest Weekend
The stars were out for Super Bowl LVII!
The 20-year-old Philadelphian made history as the first deaf woman to perform during the Super Bowl halftime show.
11 Times TV And Movie Characters Actually Looked Related, And 10 Times The Milkman Was Definitely Involved
Give it up for the casting team behind Parks and Rec 👏👏.
Later that night, Rihanna will headline a highly anticipated halftime show.
Sheryl Lee Ralph Threw A Little Bit Of Shade At The Kardashians When She Was Asked What She Would Tell Her 15-Year-Old Self
"I said what I said. Now, I’m going to bed."
Have you been paying attention in class?
I'm still thinking about Amanda Seyfried in The Dropout because it was that amazing of a performance.
The rumors are true: Lizzo once ran away from a coyote while listening to Beyoncé's song "Green Light."
28 Moments From The "Abbott Elementary" Season 2 Premiere That Prove It Deserves Every Emmy It Got (And The Ones It Didn't)
Sheryl Lee Ralph Said She Confronted Jimmy Kimmel For Stealing Quinta Brunson's Moment At The 2022 Emmys
And she told Jimmy Kimmel what she thought "to his face," apparently.
Black women made history in more ways than one at the 2022 Emmy Awards, and it's time to celebrate!
"I’ve envisioned this moment for my mother my whole entire life."
The show and cast are nominated for SEVEN Emmy Awards this year for their excellent Season 1.
Sheryl Lee Ralph won her first ever Emmy Award tonight, sang part of her acceptance speech, and now I can't stop crying.
There Were So Many Incredible Moments In "Abbott Elementary" Season 1, But Here Are 14 Of My All-Time Favorites
"Wait, does this mean that you're secretly Mormon? Cause you need more men!"
"Abbott Elementary" Actor Sheryl Lee Ralph Revealed She Was Once Fired From A TV Pilot For Not Being "Black Enough"
"I can still remember the way I felt."
"I'm not my body. I'm a whole person." —Gabourey Sidibe