Keke Palmer says she’s pursuing legal action against Trey Songz for allegedly filming her without her consent for one of his music videos.
This one’s short, but oh so satisfying. Remember how the family of that very boring Green Bay Packer/State Farm spokesperson Aaron Rodgers apparently hates his long-time girlfriend Sloan Sabbith—I mean, Olivia Munn? Well, Munn may or may not have referenced that familial drama in a recent Instagram post meant to…
Having once been a teen girl I can confirm that the vagaries of sex are a primary concern of those years—unraveling its mysteries, exploring its pleasures. The way that’s expressed, though, is often viewed by adults as alarming, particularly in combination with the only topic that can frighten adults more than teens…
Weekly-ish, a pre-approved, snap-judged music guide based on our very scientific, non-subjective Yes/No rating system. There’s really no debating this, come on stop.
A 4chan user has promised that a leak of captured Snapchat images — dubbed "The Snappening"— is coming our way on October 12. It’s official: we are all Jennifer Lawrence, KeKe Palmer and Kate Upton, but with less money.
Following a stint by pop singer Carly Rae Jepsen, the Broadway show Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella is getting another interesting casting choice: former Nickelodeon star Keke Palmer will take on the lead role, becoming the first black Cinderella on The Great White Way.
I think so! VH1 has released two images of the cast of TLC: Crazy, Sexy, Cool, starring Keke Palmer as Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas, Drew Sidora as Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Lil' Mama as Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes. (The bottom right is the real TLC.)
Yesterday at Essence magazine's sixth annual Black Women in Hollywood awards luncheon, tears flowed as honorees took the stage.
Last night in Beverly Hills, young Hollywood stars gathered together for the 10th annual Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party. Fashion-wise, there were party dresses, weird shoes, and blazers both good and bad.
The Do Something Awards honor young people making social change, as well as celebrities who do charity work. Worthwhile causes are great, but let's talk about fashion, shall we? Because some do-gooders looked good… while others looked bad, or plain old ugly.
We're kinda psyched for Easy A, the story of a high school girl who decides to own her slut-shamed image with a Prynne-esque scarlet A, so you'll be glad to know the premiere, at L.A.'s Chinese Theater, was pretty swell.
We're told teens deal with conformity, but every single woman in an eensy mini? This took herd mentality to a whole new level! Luckily, there were bright spots amidst the sea of gams and booties...and, um, Levi.
At the 41st Annual NAACP Image Awards, the stars didn't seem to stick to any patterns, showing up in brights, pastels, short dresses, long gowns, sleek suits, sparkles, and satin. A red carpet rundown, straight ahead:
Where can you find Ed Westwick, Alexa Chung, Henry Kissinger and Moby in one room? Why, the 37th International Emmy Awards gala at the New York Hilton and Towers, of course! And yes, the clothes were equally...varied.