Actress Gabrielle Union recently revealed a detail about the post production process on her 2000 hit film 'Bring It On' that gave false hope to fans who thought they would see more of The Clovers.
Actress, mama & wifey Gabrielle Union stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to talk about her new memoir, You Got Anything Stronger?, and shocked fans when she revealed her love for the strip club is pretty expensive. Magic City which is a pretty well known strip club seems to be one of Gabrielle’s favorites and the strippers […]
Braids just might be the new lacefront.
Gabrielle Union's one-year-old daughter is giving us a much-needed reminder to lather up for at least 20 seconds.
Gabrielle Union continues to remain somewhat outspoken against the producers of NBC series America’s Got Talent after she was allegedly fired due to racial tensions on the set. Union threw a subtle jab at the show during a recent panel discussion to announce her new fashion venture, warning those in the crowd against being the […]
With the shocking news that Gabrielle Union was fired from America’s Got Talent for speaking out about racism and sexism on set, even more shocking details are coming out into the light. According to Variety, the 47-year-old actress and her white co-host Julianne Hough were given excessive notes about their appearance. But one note Union […]
Although Gabrielle Union is now known as one of the most beautiful women in entertainment and film, she wasn’t always treated this way. In a recent interview with AOL’s “Build Series,” the actress explained that she was once passed over for a role because she wasn’t considered pretty enough. Want Exclusives First? Click Here To Sign Up […]
Kaavia James hasn’t even been on earth for a year, and she’s already amassed a huge social media following.
Gabrielle Union will be working behind the scenes for her next project. Instead of taking on a starring role, Union will be serving as executive producer for a comedy called Black Girl Magic.
The "Being Mary Jane" actress told US Weekly that the appreciation for diversity and inclusion needs to start at home.