This ongoing story about these brawling Bravo reality stars isn't the only thing that caught our attention this past week. Here's a look at all of the top headlines.
Comedian Dave Chappelle keeps it real during his "Late Show with David Letterman" interview. Find out what he shared with the host and his feelings about leaving his hit Comedy Central show, "Chappelle's Show."
Hello World! I hope you enjoyed your weekend as I spent the latter part of mine watching Oprah Winfrey interview Kevin Hart, observing the ladies of “Blood, Sweat & Heels” try not to kill one another and skimming headlines for news about your other favorite celebs.
By Kyle Harvey, theGrio.com (Article originally published on theGrio.com.) Since winning "American Idol" in 2004, Fantasia Barrino has been one of R&B's strongest voices and among the most accomplished singers in the genre. The North Carolina native has put out 4 award-winning albums and has been praised for her role as "Ms. Celie" in the Broadway production […]
By Courtney Garcia, theGrio.com (Article originally published on theGrio.com.) Many words describe Angela Davis - radical, intellectual, Communist, feminist, rebel, scholar, revolutionary- but the story of her life can be defined by one: justice. As a civil rights activist and prison abolitionist, Davis has spent decades fighting for a fair society, and in the process, […]
The youngest Jonas brother confirms he's in the running to be an "American Idol" judge. Latest …
Two more names are being floated as potential judges on "American Idol." And what about Randy Jackson? There's news about him too. Details …
You don't mess with Aretha Franklin. A day after "Today's" Kathie Lee Gifford and and Hoda Hotb stated that Franklin, who is 70, was not a good pick to judge "American Idol" due to her age, Franklin took issue and struck back. Now, Gifford is apologizing for her comments. "I need to apologize to a […]
A reporter asked Aretha Franklin if she'd like one of the "American Idol" judges' jobs and the Queen of Soul said yes. Details …
Aretha Franklin says she believed Whitney Houston had overcome her demons and was primed for a comeback, which made learning of the troubled singer’s death all the more shocking.