If you tuned into the third hour of the Today show on Monday morning (or tuned in for the first time, out of sheer curiosity), no doubt you were greeted with some friendly and familiar faces. It was likely the most colorful the hour has been in over a year—or at least since Megyn Kelly Today debuted last September.
Looks like morning show audiences will be spared any further angst from Megyn Kelly. On Friday, NBC officially canceled her hour on the Today Show, Megyn Kelly Today, and, according to the Hollywood Reporter, isn’t even waiting until her season ends in December.
On Wednesday night, some of our favorite media stars gathered at Columbia University’s Low Memorial Library for Harlem United’s “Boulevard Bash,” its ’80s-themed 30th-anniversary gala hosted by Page Six TV’s Bevy Smith and featuring a performance by hip-hop pioneer Doug E. Fresh. This year, the nationally recognized…
Sentient vat of recycled Great Value Wite-Out Megyn Kelly appears to be losing her job very soon. Perhaps it will happen while I am typing this sentence. (Did it?) The straw that broke this racist camel’s back, of course, was her awkward and illogical and just dumb-as-the-fuck defense of blackface Halloween costumes…
Whew, life comes at you fast. If Santa Claus is indeed white, Megyn Kelly is obviously on his “naughty” list given that, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Kelly will likely be ending her hour of the Today show by the close of the current season. Surprisingly, this was reportedly in the works before her now-infamous…
As America impatiently endures a white supremacist president; as hate crimes become more prevalent; as our government disappears the children of immigrants into the ether as if we have been teleported into some surreal anti-immigrant David Copperfield nightmare ...
On Friday, one of the brave men and women whom we honor by standing for the national anthem took the time out of his busy coast-guarding regimen to flash the white power sign on live television.
Updated: Thursday, June 28, 2018, 5:32 p.m. EDT: Attorneys for both Russell Simmons and A.J. Calloway have sent statements of denials to The Root.
So now that the president of the United States is all “Go, best friend, that’s my best friend” with the tyrannical leader of North Korea, he somehow believes that the press is America’s biggest enemy.
On a very rare Easter Sunday-April Fools’ Day hybrid, John Legend (Jesus), Brandon Dixon (Judas), Sara Bareilles (Mary Magdalene), Alice Cooper (King Herod) and a full cast of superstar talent joined forces for Jesus Christ Superstar Live!
What are you doing this Easter Sunday? I’ve got a suggestion: Check out one of the most iconic musicals ever, Jesus Christ Superstar, live on your TV screens on NBC. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s powerful rock opera, which chronicles the final week of Jesus’ life, is being resurrected as Jesus Christ Superstar Live! with John…
Two white cameramen are suing NBC and Questlove for racial discrimination, claiming that the prominent drummer for the Roots convinced NBC to fire them because they were white.
Late last year, Megyn Kelly’s show finally seemed to find its groove with audiences once the #MeToo movement gathered steam. Following the case of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged decadeslong pattern of sexual abuse—and the numerous allegations against other powerful men in other C-suites in other industries—Kelly’s show…
The new year is off to a great start at the Today show, where it was formally announced Tuesday morning that Hoda Kotb would permanently co-host the popular morning program.
10. New York Knick Charles Smith, who’s still the only ball player in recorded history to get his shit punched under the rim the exact-same way four consecutive times.
John Legend has been cast as Jesus Christ in NBC’s upcoming musical event Jesus Christ Superstar Live. NBC made the announcement Tuesday morning via its Twitter account:
The Today show is a-searching for someone to take up the space that longtime host Matt Lauer was rightly booted off of after being accused of sexual misconduct, and it looks as if MSNBC Live anchor Craig Melvin is in the running.
And, now, for one of the most predictable parts of this horrid news cycle, the part in which the serial harasser makes the heartfelt apology. This time, it’s Matt Lauer’s turn.
This second season of This Is Us has been interesting. For starters, it’s nowhere near as emotional as the first season was, for better and worse. Until last night’s episode, “Number Three,” I’d only shed tears maybe once. That ALL changed last night, though, buddy.
Editor’s note: Season 1 spoilers throughout!