the breakfast club
“Fox has a reputation for being bigoted and racist, all for very good reason,” Eboni K. Williams told “The Breakfast Club” radio show.
"The Breakfast Club" radio show host called Trump "the most insecure man in America."
Spoiler: There are usually financial consequences for stupidity.
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It's like a Yeezy Barbie doll and an outfit from "The Breakfast Club" rolled into one creation.
Conservative Twitter uncovered damning evidence proving that progressive Rep. Ocasio-Cortez… can dance?
Gal Gadot, Chris Pine and company are the brain, the beauty, the jock, the rebel and the recluse
She's appalled now by the sexism, racism and homophobia in John Hughes' films, but those "outsider" teen struggles still touched many.
Where was Angela Yee when Janet Mock needed her?
Gregory It's definitely very sensitive and real, yet somber, and occasionally on the dark side. Some movies previously -- Heathers
The actress never liked her goth-to-prep transition in the first place.
The rapper's latest prayer will take you to church and back.
There's just some tweets that can't be unread.
Charlemagne Da God recently went on a 6 minute tirade against Madonna throwing every name at her from the agiest and sexist