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Adults Shamed This 17-Year-Old Girl For Her Homecoming Dress On Facebook, And It's Starting A Whole Conversation About Boomer Hate On The Platform
"The negative comments shocked me because most of them were from women — and they were all mothers and grandmothers."View Entire Post ›
- Good Housekeeping
'Jeopardy!' champion Matt Amodio won a total of 38 games and lost to current champion Jonathan Fisher. The computer science Ph.D. student shared a personal update about life after being on the trivia show.
- NBC Sports
Zion Williamson's health has been central to the friction between him and the Pelicans.
- Yahoo Life
Suzanne Somers poses pantsless to ring in 75th birthday: 'Turning three quarters of a century with love in my life feels great!'
Suzanne Somers thanked followers for the love as she celebrated her 75th birthday.
- Ducks Wire
The Oregon Ducks unveiled a new 'eggshell' uniform combination for the marquee matchup vs. UCLA.
- MMA Junkie
The winner in one of the most viral videos of 2020 makes her Bellator debut Saturday.
- Business Insider
Some Hooters employees say they won't wear the new uniform shorts that are now optional: 'I feel like I'm working in my underwear'
Four Hooters workers told Insider that the shorts were more revealing than what they agreed to wear when they were hired.
- Atlanta Black Star
‘LeBron Won In the Game of Life’: Savannah James’ New Look Stirs Up a Frenzy on Social Media, Fans Bring Up LeBron
Savannah James prepped for the upcoming fall season on Oct. 20 by debuting a new look. In the Instagram post shared on her hairstylist King Carter’s […]
Asian Americans dominate 2021 US Chess Championships, Wesley So joins Bobby Fischer in successive-win club
The 2021 U.S. Chess Championship winners are Asian Americans Grandmaster Wesley So and International Master Carissa Yip. The Grandmaster: On Oct. 19, Filipino American Wesley So made history by winning back-to-back titles at the U.S. Chess Championship, reported MSN. Wesley So earned the $50,000 first-place prize pot and his third national title.
- Teen Vogue
While donning a green Gucci coat, of course.
- Atlanta Black Star
‘No Wonder Nelly Went for That Hug’: Ashanti’s Seductive Bikini Video Ignites a Social Media Commotion, Fans Bring Up Singer’s Ex Nelly
Ashanti‘s month-long birthday celebration known as “Shantober” appeared to be in full effect on Oct. 21 after she uploaded a sultry bikini video. The singer, […]
- The State
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney called Michel Dukes one of the most athletic players on the team. Now he’s gone.
- Warriors Wire
LeBron James, Damian Lillard, Ja Morant and more NBA players react to Steph Curry’s perfect 25 point quarter vs. Clippers
After Steph Curry dropped 25 points on a perfect 9-of-9 shooting on the Clippers in the first quarter, LeBron James, Damian Lillard, Ja Morant and more NBA stars chimed in on Twitter with reactions.
We can just feel the awkwardness from the video.
- FTW Outdoors
A Texas fly fisherman recently prevailed in a marathon battle with a potential world-record blue catfish.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
We haven’t heard much from Jon Gruden since he abruptly resigned as Raiders head coach 10 days ago. HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel has heard a little more. Andrea Kremer, who recently profiled Raiders owner Mark Davis for the show, explains on the latest episode of the Real Sports Podcast that a producer recently cold-called [more]
How would you love to inherit this beauty?
"The LGBTQ+ community has always been a part of my life," Jason Brown tells PEOPLE as he expresses why LGBTQ+ visibility is so important
- Patriots Wire
Julian Edelman is not taking the news well.
- Bears Wire
You have to see this reaction from Bears-Packers ref Brad Rogers to believe it.