Taraji P Henson
Okay, but imagine Whitney Houston on The Cosby Show.
If you think you know these celebs, think again.
I will never get sick of women supporting women.
Cara Delevingne and St. Vincent were adorable!
James McAvoy played 24 personalities in Split and deserved an Oscar, tbh!
12 Famous Actors Describe What It's Really Like Filming Sex Scenes, And Their Experiences Are Eye-Opening
"I'm doing something private in public. My nerves and feelings are a part of Annalise Keating." —Viola Davis
"If you allow people to project their fears onto you, you won't live."
"Our thoughts…They're that powerful."
Bradley Cooper and Renée Zellweger were so stinkin' cute!
Her fans are super into it.
Taraji P. Henson And Her Fiancé Kelvin Hayden Have Split, But The Lessons She Learned From It Are Inspiring
"My happiness is not his responsibility and his happiness is not mine."
Black and white photos everywhere.
Take notes, Academy.
„Sowas entmenschlicht uns.“
Gina, Olivia Pope, Cookie, Joan, Annalise, or Miranda?
Amy Adams deserved an Oscar for Enchanted, tbh!
I can't believe T. Swift used to be an Abercrombie & Fitch model!
"Some days I wake up and it's just like, I see the light at the end of the tunnel — and then some days I can't see any light, but I just take one day at a time.”
Fact: Angela Bassett doesn't age!
Remember when Betty White DRAGGED Sandra Bullock? Because same.
"What you do on this show with such intelligence, grace, and sensitivity — I am in awe of you." —Mary Tyler Moore to Oprah
A decade of glow-ups.
Lamar Odom Opened Up About Ending His Relationship With Taraji P. Henson To Be With Khloé Kardashian
"Things ended with Taraji because of me being an immature punk. I didn't know how to tell her that I was falling in love with another woman."
A Modern Family then vs. now kicks off this week's #ThrowbackThursday!
Sandra Oh as Captain America? Sign me up, please!
We've lived through so much, omg.
From Captain Marvel to The Lion King, and Us to Pokémon Detective Pikachu, there are a lot of new films to be excited about this year. In chronological order!
The "Ralph Breaks The Internet" Cast Found Out Which Disney Princesses They're A Combo Of And You Can Too
The mashup you didn't know you needed.
"I’m gonna go with Tyler Perry because he has his own private jet."
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"I did it to keep his chin up."
This action-thriller starring Taraji P. Henson earned $12 million on opening weekend following criticism that Screen Gems didn't do enough promotion.
"We see men of all ages always get these heroic roles."
Training Day or The Help?
Jussie Smollett played coy when discussing the Fox drama's upcoming season.
"That keeps me normal. That keeps me feeling like, Yeah, I’m not too Hollywood."
Ready the smelling salts.
For black actresses in Hollywood, the age gap for getting breakout roles means missing out on long careers and lucrative paydays.
What was it about the '00s and satin?
Falls du es verpasst hast.
"Love wins every time."
"It's a story about unity. About when we're in the worst of times, how we can come together on the right side of history," Henson said on the E! red carpet for the SAG Awards.
“I think it is our job to reflect America in all of its different permutations,” Channing Dungey, president of ABC, told BuzzFeed News.
The answer may shock you.
You gon' wait ... 'til Sept. 6.
There's a dose of black girl magic in every frame.
For the first time in Emmy Awards history, all six lead acting categories include nods for people of color.
Not so easy, because melanin and #BlackGirlMagic.
The easiest way to maintain your fame while revealing nothing of your private life? Hide in plain sight.
Black girl magic is real on television, and it's not just Shonda.
Get it? Cookies?
We are all blessed.
There were plenty of impressive performances this year, but BuzzFeed Entertainment talked with a group of actors about their particularly outstanding achievements — on screen and off. Here are our features, presented in chronological order of when they were published.
Don't mess with Taraji.
These stars hit the bottle and lived to tell the tale.
Some of entertainments biggest names are HBCU alum.
«Sous ces cheveux, il y a mon âme»
"Underneath that hair is my soul..." -Taraji P. Henson
"Shut up, Dora!"
Start sipping before Cookie tosses that drink in your face.
Hugs and love and future Beyoncé interludes.
The star of How to Get Away With Murder is the first black woman to win an Emmy for Leading Actress in a Drama.
After seeing the first three episodes of the Fox hit's second season, we're (drip) dropping some hints about what's to come from Cookie and co. this fall.
You need to quit rapping like you from the Sesame Streets if you not about that life.
Yeah, that's my name. Take a bite.
Co-creator Lee Daniels just announced that the actor and singer will appear on the hit Fox series.
Watch an exclusive first look at the final Lip Sync Battle between Empire co-stars Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard, only on BuzzFeed.
Cookie. In. A. Cage.
This is the first time two women of color have been nominated in the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series category. All hail Annalise and Cookie!
Taraji P. Henson received an Emmy nomination for Best Actress in a Drama on Thursday, but there are a few other things that also could've been nominated.
We are truly blessed.
Don't hate the slayer, hate the game.
The Empire actor told Uptown magazine her son was stopped without cause in Glendale, California, but quickly apologized when video of the incident emerged.
And would she fight Oprah?
Cookie and Anika's long-awaited brawl was the most satisfying moment of the finale. WARNING: THERE WILL BE SPOILERS.
Creators Lee Daniels and Danny Strong and showrunner Ilene Chaiken talked to BuzzFeed News about being at the helm of network TV’s biggest success story in years, how they made it happen, and their hopes for Season 2 (Oprah Winfrey, Denzel Washington, and Spike Lee, to name a few).
Can you distinguish between the Empire queen and the phenomenal woman who plays her?
The streets ain't made for everybody, that's why they made sidewalks.
Anna Kendrick, John Krasinski, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Jimmy Fallon, and more lip-synch for their lives in BuzzFeed's exclusive trailer for Spike's Lip Sync Battle hosted by LL Cool J.
Fox's new series has broken ratings records — and it's also broken ground in terms of its portrayal of race, queerness, and women on television. But that doesn’t mean it's perfect, as BuzzFeed Entertainment Senior Editor Kelley Carter, BuzzFeed LGBT Editor Saeed Jones, and BuzzFeed Staff Writer Ira Madison III discuss.
If you can't afford Jennifer Hudson, let us be your music therapist.
Stack your Cookies up before they crumble.
One's an unprecedented hit and the other won The CW its first Golden Globe. But more importantly, Empire and Jane The Virgin are both doing some of the most unique and progressive work on television today.
Director Lee Daniels "holds up the mirror to us as human beings," said Jussie Smollett, who plays a young black gay character on the new Fox series Empire.
The Oscar-nominated actor leads an all-star cast on Lee Daniels' new series about the dark side of hip-hop. “I know I'm going to have to probably dig into some ugly places in my life to bring the character to life," she told BuzzFeed News.