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Ever since Barack and Michelle Obama left the White House in January, the couple has been living it up, yachting, signing book deals, and traveling the world. While we're more than happy that they're making the most out of their post-presidency life, we can't say we don't miss them. Thankfully, Barack and Michelle have given us plenty of sweet moments to swoon over this year. Keep reading to see them all now. »
- Monica Sisavat
The 2017 Emmy nominations hinted at some spectacular actors and shows taking home important awards, and now a few of them have already won big. Alexis Bledel had an exciting win for The Handmaid's Tale, and American Horror Story: Roanoke's superb makeup effects were also acknowledged at the Creative Arts Emmys a few days before the big event. At the Emmys on Sunday night, actors like John Lithgow, Kate McKinnon, Laura Dern, and more snagged trophies for their incredible talents. In fact, the night included a number of historic wins, like Donald Glover's win for outstanding directing in a comedy series (he's the first black person to do so) and Lena Waithe's win for outstanding writing for a comedy series (she's the first black woman to take home the award). Take a look at all the winners below! Outstanding Drama Series The Handmaid's Tale Outstanding Lead Actress In A Drama Series Elisabeth Moss, »
- Quinn Keaney
Melania Trump is never one to hold back when it comes to fashion. The First Lady of the United States opted for a silver and gray sparkling Monique Lhullier gown for the White House Historical Association dinner last night. The dazzling ensemble was a far cry away from the look she sported earlier in the day—a baggy shirt, Converse tennis shoes and jeans—when she visited areas struck by Hurricane Irma in Florida. Rather, this gown—which featured a floor-length slip-style dress underneath a sequined chiffon overlay—racks up to a whopping $8,000. She belted the dress at the waist and accessorized the look with minimal jewelry, wearing her hair down and »
Renowned Chef José Andrés has never been afraid to take a stand against President Donald Trump. Over the last two years, the two were in a legal battle about a restaurant deal that Andrés sidelined after the former Republican presidential candidate made controversial comments about Mexicans in 2015. They’ve since settled their legal dispute,, but the Spanish chef isn’t softening his stance on the real estate tycoon
On Twitter, Andrés—who’s gotten love from big names like the Barack and Michelle Obama, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Diego Luna—has made bold statements about the commander-in-chief. Most recently, in response »
- Thatiana Diaz
NBC’s “This Is Us” pulled out a big win with the last award of the night — the guest drama actor win for Gerald McRaney. The same was true for Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale” as Alexis Bledel prevailed for guest drama actress.
“Saturday Night Live,” the venerable NBC sketch comedy, also took five wins, including comedy guest actor and actress awards for Dave Chappelle, as host, and Melissa McCarthy, for her guest appearances as former White House press secretary Sean Spicer.
“Stranger Things” took the drama series casting kudo — a category that is often a bellwether for program wins at the televised Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony, which is set for Sept. 17. HBO’s “Big Little Lies” won for casting for a limited series.
- Cynthia Littleton
“I don’t live for fashion, I live for beauty and style.” So says haute couture eminence grise Andre Leon Talley in the opening seconds of Kate Novack’s “The Gospel According to Andre,” and the director takes those words as gospel. The documentary is a deeply loving, frequently beautiful testament to the former Vogue editor, who rose from humble beginnings in North Carolina to become arguably the high fashion world’s first major African-American tastemaker, as well as the type of multi-lingual, Russian-lit-citing public intellectual who is perfectly at ease gossiping on TV with Wendy Williams. At times hesitant to press Talley on some uncomfortable but important aspects of his life, the film amounts to essentially a long, intimate brunch conversation with its inimitable subject, and for those with even a passing interest in fashion, that should be plenty.
Best known for his long association with Vogue, Talley has long stood out even in the peacockish »
- Andrew Barker
Madeleine Albright’s interview is part of Time Firsts, a multimedia project featuring 46 groundbreaking women. Watch the rest of the videos at Time.com/Firsts. Buy the book at the Time Shop.
There’s still work to be done in the fight for gender equality – but former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is sure that women are up to the challenge.
In a new interview for Time’s Firsts video series, Albright shares her advice for fellow female go-getters, and points out that even though the bar for successful women seems unfairly higher than the one for men, »
- Lindsay Kimble
All five former U.S. presidents have come together in one video to raise money toward Hurricane Harvey relief.
“Hurricane Harvey brought terrible destruction — but it also brought out the best in humanity,” Clinton, 71, says.
“As former presidents we wanted to help out fellow Americans begin to recover,” Obama, 56, says.
“Our friends in Texas, including Presidents Bush ’41 and ’43, are doing just that,” Carter, 92, adds.
“People are hurting down here, but as one Texan put it, »
- Alexia Fernandez
Did departing Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter get in one last shot at the Trumps on his way out? First Lady Melania Trump was not included in the magazine’s International Best-Dressed List, and conservatives see it as a deliberate slight. The list includes former first couple Barack Obama and Michelle Obama alongside such stars as Rihanna, Harry Styles, Solange Knowles and LeBron James. But Donald Trump and Melania did not receive notice for their sartorial sensibilities. The Daily Caller wrote that it is “extremely bizarre” for Vanity Fair not to include Melania, who earned attention last week for boarding Marine One in high. »
- Ryan Gajewski
The 2017 International Best Dressed List has been revealed by 'Vanity Fair', and on the list, some of our favorites like RiRi, Solange Knowles, and Michelle Obama. See all the best dressed stars of the year below. »
- Dory Larrabee-Zayas
Not everyone may know that Sept. 4 is Beyonce’s birthday, but Michelle Obama sure remembers it. Michelle Obama Beyonce Birthday Tribute News The former First Lady paid tribute to the Queen Bee on her 36th birthday (#BeyDay) by dressing up as Beyonce in her 2016 “Formation” music video. Obama — who is close friends with Beyonce — was one […]
The post Michelle Obama Pays Tribute To Beyonce On Her Birthday With ‘Formation’ Outfit [Photos] appeared first on uInterview. »
- Pablo Mena
- Emilee Lindner
The former first lady and 17 other women united for a special tribute on Beyoncé’s official website, with each woman recreating the same iconic look from the singer’s “Formation” music video.
Tennis star (and new mom) Serena Williams and Beyoncé’s former Destiny’s Child bandmates Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland also participated in the tribute, as did Beyoncé’s daughter Blue Ivy Carter, mom Tina Knowles Lawson, husband Jay-Z’s mom, Gloria Carter, and his grandmother, »
- Tierney McAfee
Happy Bey Day! It's Beyonce's 36th birthday and that means everyone's going all out to celebrate! Stars like Michelle Obama, Serena Williams and Blue Ivy posed for an epic photo shoot as a tribute to the queen! »
- Jennifer Maas
Beyoncé rang in her 36th birthday on Sept. 4, and what better way to honor the queen herself than by re-creating her iconic "Formation" video look? On Monday, a handful of Beyoncé's friends and family, including Michelle Obama, Serena Williams, Blue Ivy Carter, and Jay-z's mom, Gloria Carter, paid homage to the superstar by dressing up as her in an off-the-shoulder black top, a wide-brimmed black hat, and two long braids. The photos were shared on Beyoncé's website, along with a message that read, "Happy birthday Beyoncé / From your family and friends." Consider us shook. RelatedJAY-z Pulls the Ultimate Husband Move and Leads a "Happy Birthday" Serenade For Beyoncé »
- Monica Sisavat
Today is Labor Day, but for the millions of Beyonce fans it’s also BeyDay — the 36th birthday of their favorite pop star. To commemorate it, celebs and members of Beyonce’s family dressed up to recreate one of her most iconic looks from the music video for “Formation.” In the video, Beyonce sports long braids and a wide-brimmed black hat that covers the top-half of her face. On Monday, that look was adopted by Beyonce’s mother, Tina Knowles Lawson, as well as stars like tennis legend Serena Williams and former First Lady Michelle Obama. Beyoncé’s family and friends pay tribute to. »
- Jeremy Fuster
Adele is leading the charge in paying homage to the Queen on her birthday.
Happy Birthday to the Queen @Beyonce We love you like no other x pic.twitter.com/T20htfn7yc
Other famous friends and relatives of the Lemonade singer honored her birthday with a special tribute on her website. Michelle Obama, Kelly Rowland, her daughter Blue Ivy Carter, new-mom Serena Williams and »
- Mike Miller
Michelle Obama's life is on cruise control ... and yes, we're jealous as hell. The former First Lady boarded this Sick yacht in Mallorca, Spain where she was visiting an American diplomat and his partner. She later boarded the same yacht and from the look of things, a ball was had by all. The Obamas knew how to do just about everything right in their time at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. ... and they're slaying again as private citizens. »
- TMZ Staff
Trevor Noah takes a break from teasing the Trump administration to defend Melania Trump. The First Lady of the United States was the latest victim of Twitter’s wrath after a peculiar picture surfaced. The photo showed U.S. President Donald Trump and Melania leaving the White House for Houston, Texas. Related: Kathy Griffin Retracts Donald Trump […] »
- Shakiel Mahjouri
Trevor Noah trashed the online trolls that went after Melania Trump Tuesday for her choice of footwear when heading down to Texas. The First Lady of the United States initially boarded Marine One in high heels, which bothered a bunch of people. Apparently, the combination of her stilettos and the Trump’s Hurricane Harvey-decimated destination created a gigantic outcry. Here’s the thing though, fools: Mrs. Trump changed en-route, selecting white Adidas sneakers instead for arrival. Either way, Noah didn’t see the big deal. Also Read: Twitter Can Calm Down: Melania Trump Trades Heels for Sneakers Ahead of Texas »
- Tony Maglio
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