India Willoughby reports JK Rowling to police over social media post

India Willoughby is co-host of the popular British talk show "Loose women" and also appeared on "Celebrity Big Brother."

British television personality India Willoughby said she reported “Harry Potter” author Rowlingwho has shared anti-trans rhetoric in recent years, to British law enforcement for misinterpreting it on social networks. Willoughby, co-host of popular ITV network show 'Loose Women', revealed in an interview with Byline TV posted on Wednesday that she “reported JK Rowling to the … Read more

Halle Bailey Tearfully Recalls Pregnancy Speculation at Essence Awards

Halle Bailey poses at the 2024 Essence Black Women in Hollywood Awards in downtown Los Angeles on Thursday.

LOS ANGELES – Halle Bailey protect his peace. The actress and six-time Grammy nominee was honored Thursday at the Essence of black women in Hollywood lunch, where she got emotional discussing the challenges facing black women in entertainment. Accepting her award, Bailey said she was “burned” by the spotlight: Firstly, with racist reaction to his … Read more

Max Hardy, Detroit leader and community advocate, dies at 40

Jeds Detroit chef and owner Max Hardy sits in the lobby of his takeout business in Detroit on February 22, 2021.

Chef Maxcel Hardy, a Detroit restaurateur known for his community advocacy and anti-hunger efforts, has died, publicist David Rudolph announced Tuesday morning. Hardy, 40, owned COOP Caribbean Fusion within the Detroit Shipping Company, Jed's Detroit, a pizza and wings franchise on Seven Mile Road in Detroit, and the now-closed River Bistro, northwest of Detroit. Last … Read more

ESPN apologizes for woman flashing breast during Sugar Bowl broadcast

A general view of an ESPN television camera with the College Football Playoff logo before the 2024 Sugar Bowl College Football Playoff semifinal game between the Texas Longhorns and the Washington Huskies at Caesars Superdome.

ESPN apologized for showing a woman flashing her breasts during Monday's broadcast of the College Football Playoff semifinal between Washington and Texas in the Sugar Bowl. In the third quarter of the game, ESPN used a shot of a camera crossing Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans, a typical transition made in … Read more