Pop of Culture

Lilly Singh became the first openly queer woman of color to host a late-night show on a major network.
His faux alternative to Comedy Central's "brutal" Alec Baldwin insult fest will make sure you don't take offense.
She'll star alongside “Straight Outta Compton” actor Corey Hawkins in new series "Survive."
The YouTube sensation became the only openly queer woman of color to host a late night show on a major network.
“Ever since Barack left, we’ve been off track. But Kamala is trying to get us back to black," croons Tariq Trotter.
"The Late Show" host jumped into character in response to Trump's latest "locked and loaded" warning.
The Grammy-winning pop icon is said to be teaming up with the "Glee" star on a new series for Netflix.
One Twitter user wondered, "What maniac leaves a taco uneaten?"
After crafting hits for Pink and Adam Lambert, the singer-songwriter just dropped "one of those happy people" on his own label.
The streaming giant has acquired the distribution rights to the beloved sitcom.
The "Saturday Night Live" alum has a daughter, Stella, and son, Nolan, with her husband, Fritz Chesnut.
"Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything," Kaepernick said.
The actor, who plays Steve Harrington on the hit Netflix series, traded his much-adored ’80s haircut for... a bowl cut.
The band was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in 2018.
The actor sent an urgent message to the House speaker with his new cartoon.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also got a very tongue-in-cheek tribute at the annual street art event in southwest England.
Mason faces five years in prison for casting a provisional ballot in the 2016 election.