This DGAF Strategy Is the Only Way to Win the Dreaded Bouquet Toss

As a dude, I'm biased, but I love the bouquet toss at weddings. Not only because I'm usually so drunk I can't feel my teeth, but also because it's the only game you can win (existentially speaking, anyhow). For many women, however, the bouquet toss is a matter of being coerced, once again, into playing a game which… »1/07/15 1:15pm1/07/15 1:15pm


On Tuesday, you can see Beyoncé’s iconic performance ensembles up close and personal — if you can sp

On Tuesday, you can see Beyoncé’s iconic performance ensembles up close and personal — if you can spring for a ticket to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland. The museum announced a new display of the singer’s outfits from her 2013 SuperBowl performance as well as videos like “Crazy In Love” and “Single Ladies." »7/18/14 4:30pm7/18/14 4:30pm

Fox News Identifies Important New Voting Demographic: 'Beyoncé Voters'

Today on Fox's Outnumbered, the panelists discussing how Hillary is using the SCOTUS Hobby Lobby decision to finagle her way into the White House identified a new demographic: the Beyoncé Voters. After brushing off the SCOTUS decision because contraception is not in the constitution (hm), Host Jessie Waters's dropped »7/01/14 6:15pm7/01/14 6:15pm

The World Does Not Need Another Season of Single Ladies

Sometimes shows should be cancelled because they’re bad and VH1’s previously-defunct Single Ladies is just that. Unfortunately, when crappy shows have a built-in audience of more than 2.6 million viewers, some lazy network will dredge them up if only to sell more suspect Dove products against LisaRaye’s attempts at… »4/10/14 5:00pm4/10/14 5:00pm

Network TV May Not Want Black Women to Star in Hour-Long Shows, But VH1 Does

There is only one — yes, one currently-running hour-long scripted network TV show starring a black woman: Scandal. But VH1's Single Ladies has a predominantly black female cast, and with an average of 3.1 million total viewers, VH1 is looking to hang on to that audience: The network has just announced it's… »7/24/12 3:20pm7/24/12 3:20pm

Are Sex, Celeb Sightings & Stacey Dash Enough To Save Single Ladies?

The new VH1 "romantic comedy series" Single Ladies premiered last night, immediately following Basketball Wives. The juxtaposition of these two shows says a lot about what VH1 is trying to do, and whom the network is trying to reach. Black women, come get your entertainment! But while Basketball Wives is a reality… »5/31/11 4:36pm5/31/11 4:36pm