Abby Lee Miller, star of Dance Moms, pled guilty this morning to bankruptcy fraud.
An Arizona judge denied Glory Johnson-Griner’s request for spousal support from her ex-wife Brittney Griner. Glory, in response, is “relieved and thankful.” Are you confused too?
WNBA star Brittney Griner filed for an annulment of her marriage to fellow WNBA player Glory Johnson yesterday, one day after Johnson announced that she was expecting a child. There is a lot going on here, so let’s refresh our memories with a timeline.
Jessa and Jill Duggar were interviewed by Fox’s Megyn Kelly last night. The interview was a continuation of Kelly’s sit-down with Duggar parents Jim Bob and Michelle. During the first interview, the Duggars defended the decisions they made after their son Josh admitted to molesting five girls, four of which were his…
WNBA stars Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson-Griner are expecting a new baby, just weeks after marrying atop a mountain in Phoenix, Arizona.
Tulsa Shock's Glory Johnson is engaged to Phoenix Mercury's Brittney Griner—an engagement between two rival players is a WNBA first—and tonight the two will subject themselves to Say Yes to the Dress: Atlanta.
Today in true love that you could only dream of having, WNBA superstar and all around hero Brittney Griner just got engaged to her girlfriend Glory Johnson. She posted a very cute picture of her, sporting a pink bowtie, proposing to Johnson on Instagram last night. Looks like they were surrounded by friends and/or…
22-year-old Brittney Griner, the number one pick in the WNBA draft this year, new Phoenix Mercury player and someone you will instantly like after seeing this picture, has become the first out-and-proud athlete to be signed to an endorsement deal by Nike.
Brittney Griner, the former basketball standout at Baylor who on Tuesday saw her amazing basketball skills validated when the Chicago Sky chose her first overall in the WNBA draft, sat down with Sports Illustrated’s Maggie Gray recently to discuss, among things like becoming super-famous and making armfuls of…
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban caused a bit of a stir on Tuesday night when he said that he had "no problem whatsoever" with allowing Baylor University centre and women's college basketball's all-time leading shot-blocker Brittney Griner a chance to try out for a spot on Dallas' summer league team.
Brittney Griner, the 6'8" powerhouse who lead the Baylor Bears to the NCAA women's basketball championship last night, is a phenomenal athlete and a helluva ball player. So good, in fact, that her detractors have found a totally original and hilarious way to insult her: by calling her a man.
The Baylor University women's basketball team defeated the Notre Dame Fightin' Irish to win the NCAA women's national championship last night, becoming the first basketball team in NCAA history to win 40 games in a season and only the seventh women's team ever to remain unbeaten for an entire season. The victory was…
Let's play a super-fun drinking game! Take a shot every time we find another thing that's wrong with today's article on Baylor basketball star Brittney Griner and "changing standards of beauty."