OWN's new digital series "Who Am I" is a collection of short interviews highlighting the stories of influential black celebrities. Sharing personal experiences and words of wisdom, these stars express the challenges and rewards that pave the road to success and how the complexities of that ever-progressing journey can reinforce an unyielding confidence in one's self-identity.
4-year-old Calise Manning is a little hero after using what she was taught to save her mother’s life.
Calise's very pregnant mother, Centerria Manning, taughter her to call 911 if anything happened to her because Centerria is epileptic.
Naomi Campbell aka The Greatest Supermodel of all time sat down with Meredith Viera to talk about her latest role on Fox's Empire and her historic career. The topic then turned to the new crop of Instagram models — the Instagirls — many of whom have gained popularity through their social media presence. Naomi provided her analysis on the phenomena, and as you may have imagined, she’s not necessarily here for these new It girls.
V Bozeman's years of building a name for herself in the music industry are paying off in a big way. The singer/songwriter opened the premiere episode of Empire with a stirring ballad. The song, What is Love, immediately had viewers talking about her powerful voice and unique look.
The bachelor is a very strange and very white reality show that 's centered on the absurd premise that out of dozens of competitors, one will find true love with a handsome, successful single man. Funny or Die perfectly captures the ridiculousness of the show with this remake that features a cast of Black women starring The Game's Jay Ellis.