News Round Up. Rihanna Steals The Show at Fashion Week. Kerry Washington. Issa Rae. And More.

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Rihanna Steals the Show at New York Fashion Week

Rihanna unveiled her FENTY Puma by Rihanna collection show during New York Fashion Week and effectively stole the show. The star-studded affair was attended by Naomi Campbell, Anna Wintour, and a host of top models, musicians, and fashion journalists.


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Rihanna Puma

Rihanna Puma

First Look: Kerry Washington as Anita Hill in ‘Confirmation.’

HBO recently dropped the trailer for the upcoming television movie Confirmation, which stars Kerry Washington as Anita Hill. The film is directed by Dope filmmaker Rick Famuyiwa and centers around Clarence Thomas’s Supreme Court nomination hearings, and the sexual harassment allegations by Hill, which were highly publicized at the time. Confirmation premieres on HBO on April 16.


Tyra Banks Shares Images of Newborn Son.

Banks surprised fans last month with news that her son with boyfriend Erik Asla, had been born via surrogate. Last night she shared a snap of the beautiful baby boy, York Banks Asla via Instagram.

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Issa Rae premieres “Fruit,” a revolutionary new podcast.

Issa Rae recently revealed her plans to enter the podcast space, striking a landmark deal with industry leader Midroll for the production of Fruit, a scripted audio drama that tells the story of a professional football player struggling with the residual effects of revealing his identity as a gay man.

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Here’s How Issa Rae’s ‘Fruit’ Is Set To Shift The Paradigm Of Podcasting

‘Empire’ Star Jussie Smollett on Being Black and Gay in Hollywood

EXCLUSIVE: Jussie Smollett on How a Black Gay Man Can Save the World

NBC Greenlights Variety Show Co-Hosted by Maya Rudolph.


Maya Rudolph and Martin Short to Co-Host an NBC Variety Show


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