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‘Wakanda Forever’ Costume Designer Ruth E. Carter Becomes First Black Woman to Win Two Oscars

Ruth E. Carter is making history once again! The Wakanda Forever costume designer has become the first Black woman to win two Oscars after taking home the statuette for Best Costume Design at the 95th Annual Academy Awards. In 2019, she made history for becoming the first Black woman to win Best Costume Design for her…

Ke Huy Quan Highlights His Journey From Refugee Camp to Hollywood After Winning His First Oscar

Ke Huy Quan has won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor! The Everything, Everywhere All At Once star received a standing ovation from the audience and burst into tears as his name was announced, leaving all of us in tears too. “My mom is 84 years old and she’s at home watching,” he said, visibly emotional. “Ma!…

Courteney Cox Receives Her Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Surrounded By Her Friends!

Courteney Cox has officially cemented her name in showbiz history! The beloved actor has been honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, surrounded by her loved ones including fellow actor Laura Dern and her Friends co-stars and besties, Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow. “Everyone thinks I got my start as the girl who…

Brendan Fraser Urges Struggling Actors to “Just Stay in There” During Inspirational SAG Awards Acceptance Speech

Ke Huy Quan and Michelle Yeoh weren’t the only ones shedding tears of joy and pride on stage at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Fellow winner Brendan Fraser also became visibly emotional after winning Best Male Actor in a Leading Role at the Screen Actors Guild Awards. The Hollywood star was recognised for his role…

Ke Huy Quan Dedicates His Screen Actors Guild Award to “Everyone Who Has Asked For Change”

Ke Huy Quan has made history at the Screen Actors Guild Awards! The Everything Everywhere All At Once actor has won Best Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role making him the first Asian male to take home the prestigious award since the ceremony’s inception in 1994! During his acceptance speech, he dedicated the win…

Barbra Streisand to Receive 2023 Ruth Bader Ginsburg Woman of Leadership Award

Barbra Streisand is set to receive the Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Woman of Leadership Award for 2023! The Hollywood icon will be celebrated during a ceremony at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C. on April 22, making her the award’s fourth recipient and the first ever musician to be honoured. The recipient is chosen…

Rihanna Says Motherhood, Representing Barbados & Black Women Inspired Her to Take Super Bowl Gig

Rihanna is speaking out about her highly anticipated performance at the Super Bowl and it sounds like we’re in for quite a show! During a press conference with Apple Music in Glendale, Arizona, the superstar discussed how proud she is to be representing her home country when she takes to the stage on Sunday night….

LeBron James Becomes NBA’s All-Time Leading Scorer!

LeBron James has made NBA history! The basketball superstar has broken the record held by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the game’s all-time leading scorer. In the third quarter of the Los Angeles Lakers game against Oklahoma City Thunder, LeBron scored a three-pointer, taking him to 38,388 career points. Kareem’s record of 38,387 had been unbreakable since *checks notes*…

Iranian Musician Shervin Hajipour Wins Inaugural ‘Best Song for Social Change’ GRAMMY

Iranian singer-songwriter Shervin Hajipour has won the very first GRAMMY award for Best Song for Social Change. The young musician was honoured for his Farsi-language song “Baraye” which he released last year using the tweets of people in Iran. They took to social media to share the reasons why they were risking their lives protesting on…

Beyoncé Becomes the Most Awarded Artist in GRAMMYs History!

It’s a record-breaking night for Beyoncé at the GRAMMYs! The superstar has – so far- won four awards including Best R&B Song for “Cuff It” and the Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for Renaissance, taking her career total to 32 and making her the most awarded artist in the show’s history. During her acceptance speech, she thanked her…

Kim Petras Becomes First Transgender Woman to Win GRAMMY For Best Pop Duo/Group

Kim Petras has made GRAMMYs history… During the 65th annual awards, Kim and Sam Smith were named Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their song ‘Unholy’, making Kim the first transgender woman to win it! Receiving thunderous applause and a standing ovation from the audience, Kim used her moment in the spotlight to thank all the…

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