Kentucky grandmas in assisted living facility go viral on TikTok for recreating Rihanna’s Super Bowl number
Kentucky grandmothers in a senior living facility recreated Rihanna's 2023 Super Bowl halftime show performance — going viral on TikTok with millions of views. They spoke to "Fox & Friends."foxnews.com
Olivia Wilde clears the air after being accused of thirsting over A$AP Rocky during Rihanna's Super Bowl performance: 'It's hot to respect your partner'
Wilde received backlash after sharing a clip of A$AP Rocky filming Rihanna's Super Bowl performance, which she said put her "over the edge."news.yahoo.com
Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Super Bowl Take Is Hilariously Bad
REUTERSFar-right lawmaker Marjorie Taylor Greene has once again inserted herself into matters she knows nothing about—and social media users aren’t having it.The Georgia congresswoman made a predictably ham-fisted comment regarding Super Bowl performances and diversity on Sunday, praising country singer Chris Stapleton on Twitter for his rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner ”ahead of the matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles.“Chris Stapleton just sang the most beautifunews.yahoo.com
Trump bashes Rihanna’s Super Bowl halftime performance
Former President Trump doubled down on his attacks on superstar singer Rihanna on Sunday night following her Super Bowl performance. Rihanna performed various hits including “Umbrella” and “Work” in her halftime show, during which she revealed she is pregnant with her second child. Her reps confirmed her pregnancy following the show. Trump wasn’t a fan.…news.yahoo.com
New this week: Shania, 'Princess Power' and Pamela Anderson
This week’s new entertainment releases include a fresh album from Shania Twain, the megahit film “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” lands on Disney+ and a new PBS “Frontline” documentary delves into Russian President Vladimir Putin’s interaction with the last five U.S. presidents.
Major funders call for increased support of Black feminists
The need to increase funding for Black feminist organizations is urgent, according to an open letter from some of philanthropy’s most influential organizations – including Melinda Gates’ Pivotal Ventures, Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation, as well as the Ford Foundation and MacArthur Foundation – released Thursday.