‘SNL’ Alum Ellen Cleghorne on Black Women in Comedy and What She’s Been Up To Since the Show

by (@damianbellino)

SNL 40th Anniversary Celebration

Last night Saturday Night Live alum Ellen Cleghorne returned to 30 Rock for the show’s 40th Anniversary Special and took part in one of the night’s biggest highlights: a faux question and answer with Jerry Seinfeld and members of the starry audience. The sketch allowed Cleghorne to pose the question, “Why aren’t there more black women?” Read more…

Kanye West Goes Full Wolf + More of What You Missed on Instagram

by (@monsieurhodge)

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It’s been an unforgettable weekend, especially if you were in New York. NBA All-Star Weekend, SNL 40, New York Fashion Week, and Valentine’s Day all took place, and combined for a weekend filled with celebrity overload, and of course, a staggering amount of selfies.

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Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Get Kids Banned from New York Fashion Week

by (@emilyexton)

North West Kids Banned NYFW

We’re halfway through New York Fashion Week, and scandals abound already. North West‘s temper tantrums at the Kanye West x adidas runway show Thursday (where she sat in between Anna Wintour and Beyoncé), as well as the Alexander Wang show on Saturday, have sticklers in a tizzy. Read more…

Celebrity Hairstylist Tokyo Stylez Helps Your Struggle Extensions



Ladies, when it comes to your hair, things aren’t always easy — especially if you want to rock extensions on the daily. And when it comes to to clip-in extensions, the installation can be more excruciating than your great-grandmother trying to put on her pantyhose. Moral of the story, you don’t want to be that girl walking around with a struggle weave. (I mean do you remember Britney Spears‘ extensions back in 2008? Uh yeah, it was a catastrophe!) Read more…

The Unforgettable SNL 40 Moments Everyone Is Talking About

by (@t_akino)

Last night’s Saturday Night Live 40-year anniversary special could have moved the most soulless human to tears within seconds of witnessing Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake’s opening rap. A showcase of some of the greatest cast members, hosts, and musical performers to ever hop on stage in Studio 8H, it was a fittingly sincere tribute to an indelible part of pop culture. If you missed the live broadcast, you can relive some of the best moments right here. Get ready for all the feels.
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