The goddesses of black entertainment came out and glowed at Essence’s Black Women in Hollywood Awards on Thursday night in Los Angeles. See all the red carpet looks from Tracee Ellis Ross, Viola Davis and more women who continually make us wonder how they do it.
The 59th Annual Grammy Awards, the first in Trump’s America, happened this year, as it does. Here are the winners that were aired on live television.
The recognition for Atlanta at this year’s Golden Globes is keeping many of us alive while watching La La Land predictably and dishearteningly win a lot of awards. Here’s Donald Glover in a chocolate suit accepting his award for Best Actor in a Television Series, Comedy or Musical, after Atlanta won earlier in the…
From The People v. O.J. Simpson to Baskets (?) and The Night Manager, this year’s Emmys once again made us shamefully aware of the shitload of TV we consume—except for all the shows we’re not watching that everyone else seems to know about. Here are the top winners from tonight’s show. Full list here.
Athletes were forced to dress up and entertainers were like, “We do this everyday...” at Wednesday night’s ESPYs, which celebrated humans with exceptional athletic talent. The Wilsons showed off their sex glow as stars mingled with sports Whos in the second biggest awards night in sports next to the Deadspin Awards.…
When Jesse Williams accepted the Humanitarian Award at the BET Awards on Sunday night, he spoke on behalf of black people and Black Lives Matter in one of the greatest acceptance speeches we’ve heard from a celebrity. Justin Timberlake was certainly inspired, though he should’ve expressed it better.
Aziz Ansari’s Netflix series Master of None managed to pull off what Hollywood considers a miraculous task: a successful show featuring a cast and crew that reflects the real world. Aziz used his Peabody Awards speech on Saturday to take a few shots at the establishment on the issue of diversity.
In what felt like a collective hallucination, Oscars host Chris Rock brought Stacey Dash onstage Sunday night directly following a sharp monologue slamming Hollywood for its diversity issues.
Kanye West rant coming in HOT either tonight or tomorrow, because Taylor Swift won the Grammy for Album of the Year for 1989 and, in her acceptance speech, she managed to get in a little dig at West for rapping (in a song) that he made her famous.
Tom Cruise appeared at the British Film Academy Awards looking completely like Tom Cruise and, also, completely different.
Nominations for the 2016 Golden Globe Awards were announced Thursday morning and, yes, every one of the movies and TV shows you wanted to be nominated were in fact nominated and you’re going to get exactly what you want this year.
Neither you, nor I, know most of the actors who attended this year’s BAFTA event in London to celebrate the best and brightest in British TV. Unless you watch tons of it, which, cool. Let’s proceed anyway.
J. Lo was predictably undefinable, Cumberbatch Cumberbatch-ed, and Chrissy Teigen was so happy/sad to be there, at the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards in Hollywood. Here are the best social media moments from Sunday night's wonderful, emotional, totally not boring, sob-face-emoji show that made it a funner affair…
After the Golden Globes — Hollywood's fanciest and most expensive prolonged pregaming event — wrap up, all the stars disperse to various locales in order to celebrate themselves.
Because of the immense success of Brooklyn and Miley Cyrus (PSYCH naw this is a totally creative idea they've been working on for a long time, as long as Madonna's original low-budget shock-fest), YouTube has announced that on November 3rd they'll be hosting their own awards show in New York City celebrating music.…
Another year, another Emmys telecast. There were some great wins, some upsets, and Modern Family dominated pretty much everything. Whether you missed it or watched and just blacked out, here are all those noteworthy, "water cooler moments" you missed.
Another awards show, another awkward red carpet interview by Giuliana Rancic! She's never been known for her red carpet skills (Ahem...), but Rancic's SAG Awards interview with Glee's Chris Colfer tonight took things to an uncomfortable new level. Update: Racism!
On E!'s Live From the Red Carpet pre-show to tonight's Golden Globe Awards, celebrity, diet and exercise-obsessed co-host Giuliana Rancic provided us with many annoying moments. Here's her most insufferable one from this evening, about her starstruck-inducing encounter with Brangelina.
Kate Winslet's two Golden Globes acceptance speeches on Sunday were among the teariest and and most flustered in awards show history; but does she owe the entire United Kingdom an "apology"?