If Jennifer Hudson throws a shoe at you, great job! You have done something amazing.
Nominations for the Tony Awards, the Tony Awards of awards shows, were announced Tuesday morning, and boy is everyone the theatre world, the theatre world of worlds, in a tizzy over Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton breaking the record for number given to a single production. But beyond that news, the second-most exciting…
At Monday night’s Met Gala red carpet, Vogue contributing editor André Leon Talley completed his new annual task of interviewing—or, more accurately, shouting compliments at—attending celebrities.
After a Thursday night performance of the Broadway musical The Color Purple, actual goddess Jennifer Hudson decided to pay tribute to rock icon Prince, who passed away earlier today, with a cover of one of the musician’s most indelible hits. Also, yes, I’m crying right now, it’s very ugly and shiny and red on my face.
The issue of gun violence in America remains raw and it’s particularly heart-wrenching for Jennifer Hudson, whose mother, brother and nephew were murdered in 2008. The singer/actress recently spoke about her role in Spike Lee’s Chi-Raq in light of her family tragedy and the heightened focus on guns.
Celebrities just love to crash the weddings of us normal folk.
Weekly-ish, a pre-approved, snap-judged music guide based on our very scientific, non-subjective Yes/No rating system. There’s really no debating this, come on stop.
In the music video for her latest single "Trouble," featuring Jennifer Hudson, Iggy Azalea role-plays as a ride-or-die chick whose boyfriend is a troublemaker.
Just when we were all hoping that Amanda Bynes was doing better (despite the strange behavior, mysterious twitters and threats to sue the tabloids), her life has taken another devastating turn. TMZ reports that Bynes' parents and Sam Lutfi have tricked the troubled star into into a psychiatric hold.
In today's Tweet Beat, Jennifer Hudson wants the media to shut up the hell up, Gabourey Sidibe is wonderful/my new imaginary best friend and yes, Tom Arnold, yes.
Jennifer Hudson just dropped the video for her latest, a collaboration with Timbaland called "Walk It Out." Ironic title for a perfectly chill driving-to-the-beach summer jam! And it'll maybe give you flashbacks if you spent any part of the 1990s in front of MTV.
Rihanna and the loneliest boy in Canada, Drake are officially a thing. The two mononyms have been "virtually inseparable" as Drake's been touring around in Europe. I am a fan of this news. Honestly, did anybody else get the feeling that Drake's latest album "Nothing was the Same" was basically one 15-track booty…
"I Just Can't Describe" is the new track from Jennifer Hudson, and in the video, she shows off her fit-as-hell post-Weight-Watchers body by rocking bustiers, bra-tops and a swimsuit. Also, her short hairdo is on point. The song has a throwback vibe — super reminiscent of the Mary Jane Girls classic "In My House." Dig…
Last night at the 40th annual People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles, there were some lovely gowns. There were also quite a few ugly dresses, as well as eyebrow-tugging painful hairdos, formal crop tops and caged cleavage. Egads.
Welcome back inside the hall of mirrors known as Selfie Loathing, your weekly update of what's going on in celebrity Instagramland. This Friday, Madonna has a dick bong; Gisele frolics in the snow; Jennifer Hudson makes someone squeal; and Kat Dennings has manicure advice. Enjoy.
Last night on the red carpet at the AMAs, there were a lot of hot white outfits, a smattering of cool dark gowns and just the right number of what the fuck getups.
LAS VEGAS, NV - NOVEMBER 08: Singer Jennifer Hudson attends the Soul Train Awards 2013 at the Orleans Arena on November 8, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for BET)
Award shows in Hollywood are generally pretty formal, but when you're talking about a youth-oriented not-for-profit organization partnering with a TV network, you're going to see a more relaxed dress code. That's what happened last night in Hollywood at the DoSomething.org and VH1's 2013 Do Something Awards.…
Aretha Franklin, that classy, classy lady, is apparently tangentially involved, sorta, in who will play her in her much-anticipated upcoming biopic: "I just try to come up with the names I feel are going to best present this, who are the people that will best present my biopic and what I have in mind."