Now that Abby Lee Miller–Dance Moms’ choreographer whose training tactics include convincing children that they are unloved–reported to prison this morning, tabloids are gleefully imagining her day-to-day life as an inmate. Miller–who’s serving a year-long sentence for bankruptcy fraud–has said that she plans to think…
Serena Williams, American treasure and the greatest living athlete according to this person who does not follow sports at all, announced her pregnancy on Snapchat last week to the surprise and delight of her many fans. Not only is she expecting a child with her Reddit co-founder fiancé, she proved that pregnancy…
Last week, Ilie Nastase made a racist joke about the baby Serena Williams is expecting with her fiancé, Reddit co-founder Alex Ohanian. Considering his general lack of relevance, let me explain that Ilie Nastase is an old man who used to be good at tennis and now spends his days verbally harassing young women as the…
Serena Williams, who is better at tennis than most of people in the world will ever be at anything, is expecting a child.
In terms of what it actually was, Serena Williams’s Australian Open victory was fairly straightforward; in terms of what it means, it’s totally overwhelming.
Serena Williams, fresh off her 6-3, 6-4 win over Lucie Safarova in the second round of the Australian Open, was in no mood to dwell on the negatives. So when a reporter asked about her 23 unforced errors, she was sure to extract an apology:
Serena Williams, the undisputed Queen of Tennis and quite possibly the baddest woman on the planet, is engaged to Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian and hopefully one day it’ll all make sense.
A post on Celebitchy this brisk (in New York City, anyway) Friday morning contains a headline that reads “Taylor Swift expanded her squad to include Dakota Johnson & Serena Williams.” And while it’s true that Swift did hang out with them last night (along with squad regular Cara Delevingne), it’s worth noting that…
In a post to her official Facebook page, Serena Williams expressed her concerns about the epidemic of police brutality against black Americans. She quotes Martin Luther King Jr. on the betrayal of silence and seems to open to the door to being more vocal about these issues.
In today’s Tweet Beat, ladies love Serena Williams, Hugh Jackman caught a big fish and give Cher a TV show.
In a surprising upset, Serena Williams lost to Karolina Pliskova of the Czech Republic in the semi-finals of the U.S. Open Thursday night for the second year in a row.
Serena Williams, number one ranked tennis player in the world and defending Olympic champion, is out after a loss to Elina Svitolina of Ukraine.
Serena Williams was interviewed by Vogue for the magazine’s “73 Questions” series and, at one point, mentions that someone named “Aubrey.” Could it be Drake?
On Saturday, Serena Williams beat Angelique Kerber to win her seventh singles title at Wimbledon, clinching her 22nd Grand Slam singles title in the process. This ties her up with Steffi Graf’s Open-era record, and made her one happy lady:
I know jack all about tennis, but I do know that sometimes you just need to absolutely annihilate an inanimate object before flinging it dismissively from your sight.
Days before the 2015 US Open tournament where a win would place Serena Williams at a tie for most Grand Slam wins by a tennis player, the new EPIX original documentary, Serena, captures her trying to sound nonchalant about the feat ahead.
Spaniard Garbiñe Muguruza defeated Serena Williams in straight sets today at Roland Garros, claiming her first career Grand Slam title and denying Williams her 22nd.
Kylie Jenner and Tyga have called it quits for the 90th or 91st time, and TMZ is reporting that—much like Jenner’s “ultra-long wearing lip liner with a creamy texture that glides across the lips for a very easy and comfortable application”—this one’s one’s gonna stick. The cosmetics entrepreneur and aspiring rapper…
Lifetime announced a bunch of random programming to be developed over the next year, including a movie deal with Ronda Rousey, a Serena Williams project and a series executive produced by Janet Jackson.