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Why So Many Celebrities Still Open Restaurants
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Céline Dion Is Our Patron Saint of Being Weird as Hell and Loving Yourself Anyway
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When an Influential Pastor Becomes an #Influencer
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People Want Cardi B to Acknowledge She Didn’t Invent 'Okurr'
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K-Pop’s Squeaky Clean Image Tarnished by Recent Sex Scandals Involving Its Biggest Stars
The multi-billion industry has a serious problem of sexual misconduct and abuse of power.
Jordyn Woods's 'Red Table Talk' Was About Allowing Black Women to Make Mistakes
After more than a week in tabloid hell, Woods told her side of the Kardashian drama.
What Getting Taylor Swift "In Her Own Words" Really Means
As magazines reinvent the format of the celebrity profile, they spark questions about how much truth their audience is actually getting from today's biggest artists.
This Weekend Toxic Men, Once Again, Coerced Women
Rapper Offset and Meghan Markle's father Thomas Markle displayed a harmful impulse to use gendered expectations for their own vindication.
Yes, I’m Tired of Asking Black Actors About Diversity Too
In our efforts to further the “diversity question,” journalists are overlooking the very things transforming Hollywood.