The Smiths are speaking out after a provocative video featuring Dawson and a poster of Willow Smith resurfaced.
Black content creators call on social media platforms to support their work as #blackouts lead to greater exposure.
"You have arrived here in the middle of a global crisis, a racial pandemic and ... outrage at the senseless killing of yet another unarmed black human being," said Beyoncé.
Nikkie de Jager shares details about her appearance on 'The Ellen Show,' and how it taught her 'don't meet your idols.'
YouTuber "ImJayStation" caused concern when he announced the death of his girlfriend. However, she's alive, and she's accusing him of abuse.
The 38-year-old influencer's family reported him missing when he failed to return from a paragliding trip on Monday night.
The video of the tearful child has landed Savannah and Cole LaBrant in the doghouse with followers.
If you believe Manny MUA wears a full face of foundation and fluttery eyelashes because he wants to be someone he isn't, you've got him all wrong.
In a letter written eight months after the 2017 terrorist attack at her concert, Ariana Grande said that she will be "filled with questions" about the bombing for the rest of her life.
YouTube star Niki DeMartino sat down with her identical twin sister, Gabi, to question her about why she felt the need to get multiple cosmetic surgeries.
She may be out of high school already, but Nikita Dragun still managed to re-create her prom night to match her new gender identity in a video that’s already drawing praise (not to mention over 500,000 views) from her fans.
Sneaker Con NYC is the world's largest expo for sneaker enthusiasts, held in NYC's Javits Center and attracting 19,000 attendees this year. The two-day event underserved one major group of people, though: women.
Makeup artist and YouTuber Sadaf Wassan shared a video where she transforms the look of a woman who has cancer and has lost most of her hair.
At 23, Karina Garcia has built an empire — by making slime. The young mogul started her vlogging career sharing various DIY projects, but then inspiration struck one day when she saw a slime recipe on Pinterest. By mixing in her own ingredients and colors (and making her recipes safe), she’s amassed a huge following on YouTube, with more than 6 million subscribers.
Safiya Nygaard has tried other unusual ways of outfitting herself. Now she’s using Bluetooth leggings and an app to find jeans that’ll fit her.
Safiya Nygaard, right, with the stranger who chose her see-through jacket. YouTuber Safiya Nygaard was clearly wondering the same thing in her latest video, I Let Strangers Pick My Outfit, in which she did exactly that. In a series called Wearing the Ugliest [item of clothing] in the World for a Week, the former BuzzFeed video producer tries out risky fashion looks, documenting her weekly outings and the reactions she receives on her channel.
Olivia Giannulli gives us some serious Aunt Becky vibes. Whoa, baby! If nobody told us YouTube star Olivia Giannulli is the daughter of Aunt Becky from Full House, we would have definitely known anyway. The 17-year-old beauty guru is the spitting image of her mom, Lori Loughlin, 52.
Popular YouTuber Eugenia Cooney is under fire for the negative influence that she poses to her nearly 900,000 subscribers. A Change.org petition calls for Cooney to be temporarily banned from YouTube because her thinness is “triggering her fan base.” The petition has more than 11,100 signatures and seeks 15,000 before proposing the ban to Google. “She may not be intentionally influencing her viewers, but showing more than 50% of her body in her videos and pictures [is] not helping girls with Anorexia or any eating disorder,” the petition reads. ...
Male makeup gurus are having a moment, and James Charles, a 17-year-old YouTube sensation, is adding another, as CoverGirl's first cover boy.
About a month ago, she gave it all up. ALSO SEE: Girl shoots back at body shamers by posting (more) pictures in a bikini On Monday, she posted the first video since her absence explaining why she quit the popular social platform. “I would say I’m generally a strong-ish person, like I can handle a lot,” she says to start the video.