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:
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.
In 2001, 20-year-old Venus Williams and 19-year-old Serena were booed and verbally harassed at the Indian Wells Masters tournament in Indian Wells, California.
Serena Williams was honored Tuesday night at Sports Illustrated’s Sportsperson of the Year Ceremony in New York City. After a ridiculously successful year that included capturing the Australia Open, French Open and Wimbledon titles, its safe to say that Serena deserves the recognition—and certainly more than some damn…
“No other active U.S. athlete rules a sport the way Serena Williams rules hers, and few reflect our era better,” writes S.L. Price, in a cover story that ties together Williams’s arduous year on the court, her return to Indian Wells and her coalescing involvement with racial justice movements, as well as her online…
The notoriously nudie Pirelli Calendar—known for depicting models and their ilk in various states of pin-up-style undress and being shipped off to an exclusive list of high-end clientele who presumably smell like scotch and cigars and laugh maniacally in their top-floor corner offices—has undergone a revamp this year…
On Wednesday, Serena Williams posted to Facebook a harrowing tale of the thief who made the mistake of stealing a phone belonging to a tennis champ and all-around super athlete. Today, we have video proof of her heroism.
Serena Williams has been fighting knee problems and depression since losing the U.S. Open in September, when she ended her season early just short of accomplishing a calendar year Grand Slam. But on Wednesday, while eating Chinese food, she stopped a thief from swiping her iPhone in a flash.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Chris Rock is hosting the Oscars again, Chrissy Tiegen is hungry and everyone recognizes Serena Williams.
On Monday night Drake released the video for “Hotline Bling”—his maybe inspired, maybe remixed take on D.R.A.M.’s “Cha Cha.” As he has rather consistently done for the past few years, Drake delivered in the most deliberately viral and Drake-y way: like a huge dork.
The Pirelli Calendar has long been known for its exclusive, seductive pictures of the world’s top models, shot by the world’s best photographers, as was celebrated last year in a book on the calendar’s 50-plus years of production. While the 2016 calendar was expected to be much of the same, it appears that this year,…
Drake is sad. Some of his music was played during Serena Williams’s fashion show Tuesday, but the DJ messed up and played the wrong version of “Back to Back.” Out of respect for his girlfriend (as well as Anna Wintour), Aubrey had requested that the clean version be used, but the audience got the explicit one instead.
On Friday, the number one women’s tennis player in the world Serena Williams lost in the semi-finals of the U.S. Open to Italian Roberta Vinci, who’s currently ranked 43rd.