At times such as these, when everything is going to shit, my only hope is that the unyielding justice of this court can stand tall as a pillar of sanity and side-eye to all the dimwitted chaos the devil is raining down upon us. Welcome to Shade Court.
Michelle Obama was Stephen Colbert’s guest on Late Night Tuesday, and though she is gracious, funny, and pushing her Let Girls Learn program throughout, Colbert still managed to get a couple of juicy comments about Melania Trump out of her.
Are we going to make it, guys? Seriously, I mean, are we going to get to the end of 2016 as whole beings? I have my doubts! I would love for this week’s Shade Court to be a place of refuge for the weary but I’m afraid we are not safe from the sinkhole of stupidity our world is rapidly descending into.
I’m surprised that Sarah Jessica Parker and Kim Kardashian actually had things say to each other, but they did and it was nice.
Aw, look at our parents. By January of next year, the Obamas will be out of the White House, Malia Obama will be basking in her pre-Harvard gap year, and Sasha will continue to serve as my emotional muse. We only have a few more months to creepily admire them, so let’s spend it wisely on these photos from Essence’s…
Southside With You premiered at Sundance on January 24 of this year, 10 days after the Oscar nominations were announced, 10 days after it was clear that the Academy had neglected to nominate any people of color in the acting categories for the second straight year. Southside must have seemed like a fresh breath in…
I hate to open with a cliché, but—to cite another cliché—clichés are clichés for a reason. These, my good people, are extraordinary times. And when the times are extraordinary, they call for extraordinary measures.
“Our motto is, when they go low, we go high,” Michelle Obama said in her speech at the Democratic National Convention on Monday night, a vivid, emotional, expertly delivered endorsement of Hillary Clinton that somehow managed to—at least temporarily—wipe away the grime of cynicism and anger that have colored the past…
Carpool Karaoke, the segment on James Corden’s Late Late Show, is a conceit that’s generally annoyed me, seemingly tailored to show off Corden’s singing skills among bigger stars like the type of person at actual karaoke who will do a Celine Dion ballad at 3 am and insists you stay silent for the duration.
RNC Chief Strategist Sean Spicer has revealed his newest strategy for defending against plagiarism accusations directed towards Melania Trump’s speech on Monday, a speech that was very easily shown to rip off Michelle Obama’s speech from 2008. It involves a flying unicorn.
On Wednesday night, The Late Late Show with James Corden will feature an especially exciting Carpool Karaoke segment, with none other than FLOTUS supreme, Michelle Obama.
Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey, moms of all moms, spent part of the United State of Women Summit in a Q&A session, discussing topics such as self-worth, Obama’s plans post-first-lady and, of course, how to deal with your fucking haters.
In her final commencement speech as First Lady, Michelle Obama threw the most graceful subliminal jabs at Donald Trump and referred to the White House as “a house that was built by slaves.”
This is an open thread to discuss what will probably be the best dressed First Lady of our time. There are a few more looks from the White House Correspondents’ Dinner I’d like to discuss as well.
In a couple of weeks, Orlando will play host to the 2016 Invictus Games, an international athletic competition for injured vets founded by Prince Harry and with which he is very involved. To drum up enthusiasm, Harry is publicly beefing with the Obamas on Twitter.
The trailer for Southside With You, the upcoming historical romcom (romcom? bioromcom?) about Barack and Michelle Obama’s “epic first date across Chicago’s south side,” was released today, and it looks incredibly charming. Tika Sumpter and Parker Sawyer star as the First Couple when they were just a Potential…
We all have those well-meaning, but slightly clueless white friends. You know, the ones who force you to explain that actually, you don’t have to say “African American.” “Black” is just fine. Really! It is! That’s what we call ourselves! Duchess Kate and Prince William were apparently those friends when their buddies …
In today’s Tweet Beat, Zac Efron eats it, Michelle Obama is adorable and Hugh Jackman goes fishing.