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On June 30, "Halloweentown" costars Kimberly J. Brown and Daniel Kountz announced that they're engaged. See how they shared the news here. [Read More]
POPSUGAR spoke to Ciara, Baby Tate, EARTHGANG, and Durand Bernarr about the importance of Black Music Month and how they celebrate it. [Read More]
On June 30, NPR released Usher's Tiny Desk concert, where he sang classics from My Way, Confessions, and 8701. Watch his live performance here. [Read More]
Freeform's Everything's Trash stars Phoebe Robinson in the TV adaptation of her 2018 book. Get details on the show's cast, release date, and trailer here. [Read More]
"The Boys" star Jensen Ackles and wife Danneel Harris got married in May 2010 and share three children. See all their pictures together here. [Read More]
Sony has finally confirmed the Ghostbusters: Afterlife sequel release date: December 2023. Get more details about the forthcoming film here. [Read More]
Usher and City Girls are set to release their new collaboration "Good Love" on July 1. Listen to a snippet of the single here. [Read More]
Paramount Plus has adapted Angie Thomas's YA novel On the Come Up into a film of the same name directed by Sanaa Lathan. See the... [Read More]
On June 26, Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker were spotted out together in Malibu, CA, following reports of their breakup. See pictures of their outing... [Read More]
Cardi B is set to release her new single, "Hot Sh*t," on July 1. Listen to a snippet of the song here. [Read More]
Diddy's star-studded tribute performance at the 2022 BET Awards featured Mary J. Blige, Lil Kim, Faith Evans, Bryson Tiller, The Lox, and more. [Read More]
Diddy accepted the lifetime achievement award at the 2022 BET Awards Sunday night and shared many thanks to everyone who's inspired him. [Read More]
"P-Valley" season 2 episode 4 marks a huge turning point for Lil Murda, Big Teak, Mercedes, Farrah, and authentic Black queer representation on TV. [Read More]
Taraji P. Henson, Janelle Monáe, and Jazmine Sullivan addressed the SCOTUS's Roe v. Wade ruling during the 2022 BET Awards. See their statements here. [Read More]
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