This video is just too much. Too many emotions for us to handle. From pure, unadulterated adoration for Bey to overpowering compassion for people suffering — and helping each other — around the world, you'll feel an entire spectrum of, well, feelings. And anyone with half a heart will most likely find themselves in tears after one viewing. That said, we're not surprised: We already knew Beyoncé was the best. Not holding back on the superlatives here.
The song, "I Was Here," is inspiring enough on its own. But the video brings a poignance and sweeping resonance that can't be beat. There's really no point in trying to explain. You gotta see it for yourself.
If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? Wait, wrong story. If a couple splits up but they were never in a relationship to begin with, do they shed a tear? There, that's the one.
That's the question being asked now that Nicki Minaj and her maybe/kinda/sorta boyfriend Safaree read
Jenny McCarthy told Page Six on Tuesday that playing a transgender character on television has resonated with her in a very personal way. In doing so, she perpetuated an ignorant trope about what it means to be transgender.
Speaking about her role as Brandi (formerly Burt) on Just Shoot Me, she shared how she read