Regina King

The upcoming Walk of Fame Class of 2022 will include some of Hollywood’s biggest names in motion pictures, television, recording, live theatre, live performance, radio, and sports entertainment.

Both Viola Davis and Regina King are a visual representation of how it feels to be a Black woman on the cover of Entertainment Weekly's Oscar Issue.

From Laverne Cox becoming the first openly transgender person to be nominated for a Primetime Emmy to Ava DuVernay being the first Black woman director with a budget of over $100 million: we’re celebrating Black Excellence.

The 'One Night in Miami' actor knows how to wear a suit!

Words of wisdom and inspirational quotes from a few of our favorite leading ladies in the entertainment industry.

Regina King has been a motivational force in the Black community since her days on 227. The actress, director, and producer is the recipient of an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and four acting Primetime Emmy Awards, the most for an African-American performer.

From Ryan Destiny, Jordan Peele, and Michael B. Jordan, to Yara Shahidi, Mahershala Ali, and Jill Scott: see which Black-led films will be making its way to the big screen.

From Regina King, to Kerry Washington, and Tracee Ellis Ross, these are our favorite looks and moments from the 2020 Emmys. And, find out which actress made history at the awards show.

Tracee Ellis Ross showed off her toned body on the 'gram, and we can't help but marvel at more women over the age of 40 for their toned physique.