The first episode of the Peabody Award-winning series opens in Tulsa, Okla., on May 31, 1921, the date of the infamous Black Wall Street massacre. As star Regina King tells Yahoo, "Same s***'s going down."
Regina King, Samuel L. Jackson, Gabrielle Union and more paid tribute to director John Singleton with heartfelt statements following his death.
From "A Star Is Born" shockers to Taylor Swift’s surprise appearance, we caught some fun Golden Globes moments not shown on TV.
In an unexpected turn of events, the Emmys red carpet is magnificently colored in 50 shades of chartreuse. Is Kim Kardashian to blame? The reality star recently stepped out in the neon color multiple times and it seems stars are just like us and also like to keep up with the latest trends spearheaded by Kardashian.Stars dressed in the greenish-yellow hue made a big splash on the red carpet in 2018. It seemed as if chartreuse had taken a back seat to other bright, bold colors at the event after Angela Bassett rocked a gown in the gorgeous hue at the 2016 Emmys. And although Regina King was the first to wow viewers with the nearly neon shade on the red carpet Monday night, she’s far from the only person looking like a winner in it.From Alison Brie’s sleek cutout dress to Henry Winkler’s pop-of-color tie, here are all of the celebs wearing this brilliant hue and other eye-popping shades of yellow.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle:• Kirsten Dunst stuns at the Emmys — her 1st red carpet since giving birth • ‘I went without the bra’: Alex Borstein goes without support to win Best Supporting Actress at the Emmys • 2018 Emmys red carpet: All the celebs are wearing whiteFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Feb. 26 meant more than just awards day for this handful of Hollywood stars. The date marks the five year anniversary of the death of Trayvon Martin, an African American teen whose untimely death rocked a nation. Determined to honour his memory, as well as reflect on the #BlackLivesMatter movement, a group of A-listers have taken to social media to make their feelings known.ALSO SEE: Oscars 2017: See All the Stars on the Red CarpetA red carpet-ready Ava DuVernay was among those who took the time to reflect, holding a memorial Trayvon Martin hoodie an adding the caption, “Our hoodies are still up and the movement is still strong.”Kerry Washington was also amongst the names who opened up: “5 years later our hoodies are still up because the movement is still strong! #OurSonTrayvon SUPPORT THE FOUNDATION & GET THE HOODIE,” sharing a link to purchase the sweatshirt.Click through the gallery to see how at other celebrities did the same.Share your thoughts with us by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.