NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES (JANUARY 28, 2018) (REUTERS) – Even the most outrageous outfits of feathers, sequins or lace included a simple white rose at the Grammy Awards show’s red carpet on Sunday (January 28) as the glitterati of the music world showed support for women’s equality and freedom from sexual harassment. The roses – worn or held by both sexes on the red carpet outside New York’s Madison Square Garden – were a sign of solidarity with the Time’s Up movement, spreading from Hollywood to the music industry. Continue reading
The “Mzansi Gay Choir” is South Africa’s very first all gay musical ensemble consisting of 20 young men who represent the diverse, creative and musical side of the country’s gay culture and community. Founded last year, the choir has gained significant support and following for spreading positivity and entertainment while addressing various social injustices against the LGBT community.
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS, UNITED STATES (OCTOBER 21, 2017) (ONE AMERICA APPEAL) – Five former U.S. presidents, Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama attended a concert at Texas A&M University benefiting hurricane relief efforts in College Station, Texas, on Saturday (October 21). Continue reading
Pop stars raise eyebrows on the Grammys red carpet with cleavage-baring looks. Rough cut Continue reading
Tommy Hilfiger, working together with model Gigi Hadid, shows off his latest collection at a Tommy Hilfiger themed amusement park created for the runway show. Continue reading
Watch Lady Gaga goes from the roof to the stage in one of the most acrobatic & incredible Pepsi Zero Sugar Super Bowl LI Halftime show performances of all time.
Lady Gaga remains tight-lipped about her much anticipated Super Bowl performance, but says she plans to be true to her belief in the “spirit of equality.”
Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots fans pour into Houston’s NRG Stadium for Super Bowl LI. Continue reading
Punk band Green Day take aim at President-elect Donald Trump at the American Music Awards, singing, “no Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA.”
Canadian rapper Drake wins his first ever American Music Awards and Ariana Grande is named artist of the year.