Sandra Oh Is the First Asian Woman Nominated in a Lead Actress Category

Sandra Oh just made Emmy history.

The 46-year-old actress landed her first lead actress Emmy nomination of her career for her role as MI-5 officer Eve Polastri in BBC America's critically-acclaimed series, Killing Eve. In doing so, Oh -- who is Korean-Canadian -- makes history as the first woman of Asian descent to be recognized in a lead actress category, in either comedy or drama, at the Emmys.

Ru Paul's Drag Race Nominated For 2018 Emmy

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” finally going to tell “The Voice” to sashay away from the Emmy stage. The VH1 series is the early favorite to win Best Reality-Competition Program, according to our combined odds.

“The Voice,” of course, has won the last three years and has a fourth win from 2013. Since the category was added in 2003, there have only been three champs: “The Voice,” “Top Chef” (2010) and “The Amazing Race,” which won 10 times, including the first seven in a row.

News Anchor Accidentally Shows He Has Grindr App On Phone During Live Broadcast

When advertising your app goes wrong.  This is why you don't let kids play games on your phone and this is also why you don't flash your app list on live tv to your audience.  Wonder what his screenname is? 

New Mystery Lesbian Romance Story Line Appears In New Episode of Steven Universe

The Crystal Gems are giving us another reason to love them.  

Fans of the Cartoon Network series Steven Universe and resident lesbian couple Ruby and Sapphire will definitely be happy with the most recent episode, which aired yesterday (4 July).

It’s a huge development for the two gem characters and, consequently, Garnet.

The show follows a half-human, half-gem boy named Steven. He lives with three gems — Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl — as they work together to protect the universe.

Joe Jackson: Patriarch of Jackson family dead at 89

Joe Jackson, the father of music legends Michael and Janet Jackson, has died at age 89, a person close to the family has confirmed to the BBC.

Jackson passed away early on Wednesday morning after he had been in hospital for terminal pancreatic cancer, celebrity news website TMZ reports.

His death comes just two days after the anniversary of his son Michael Jackson's death nine years ago.

The Jackson family patriarch played a large role in the careers of The Jackson 5 as well as Michael and Janet Jackson.

Writer Confirms "The Electric Slide" Is About A Vibrator

71 year old songwriter Neville Livingston aka Bunny Wailer is putting a rumor to rest by clarifying that the Electric Slide, also known as the Electric Boogie is indeed about a vibrator.

"Atlanta" and "Get Out" Star Lakeith Stanfield Uploads then Deletes Homophobic Rap

This week in "That Was Stupid"

Actor Lakeith Stanfield, a regular on FX's Atlanta and one of the stars of Get Out, has been accused of using anti-gay slurs after posting, and then deleting, a video of himself rapping controversial lyrics.

With a caption that read, "Offensive freestyle (not for the easily offended)," Stanfield rapped, "Boy you're dressed like trash you a eight six, take that choke chain back, that's some gay shit."

Rapper DayLyt Says He Thinks 6ix9ine Is Cute "I Don't Want To F*ck Him Tho"

Ummm ok...  We don't think 6ix9ine is cute or f*ckable so we're neither offended nor intrigued.  But the heart wants what the heart wants.  

Daylyt sat down for another interview with VladTV, and this time around he shared his thoughts on Tekashi 6ix9ine, who he called "cute," adding that he's not attracted to him, but wishes that the Brooklyn rapper could be around him all the time. Daylyt went on to compare Tekashi to a Leprechaun and a magical fairy, adding that he believes Tekashi and Peter Pan are close.

Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture acquires ‘Black Panther’ items

If you’re still obsessing over the record-breaking Marvel film “Black Panther,” Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture has some good news: You will soon be able to see the hero’s costume in person.

The D.C. museum has announced that it has acquired many “Black Panther” objects after its Earl W. & Amanda Stafford Center for African American Media Arts (CAAMA) hosted a public screening of the film at the museum in February.

Lucas Entertainment Under Fire For Releasing New Gay Flick "Black C*cks Matter"

This is disrespectful on so many levels its not even funny.  If the racism on Drag Race wasn't enough now we have to deal with it in our flicks?  Gay flicks are not new to racism though, theres the "thug stereotype that is constantly perpetuated, as well as white stars who refuse to perform with black, latino or asian stars.  Now we can add this to the pot.

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