In an interview with Jezebel, Eva Marcille, model and current castmember on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, broke down what it means to be shady. One rule of engagement: if the other person doesn’t touch on a topic first, then you don’t touch on it. If you do? You’re being shady.
And now, a short tribute to the now-unemployed Trump staffers, all of whom have either been fired or resigned from the Trump administration this year. May they celebrate their renewed freedom and honor their second chance at life.
As we approach the end of the year, a few of our Jezebel Quickies stars reflected on some of the shit they’ll be leaving behind before the New Year hits. They gave us a variety of responses.
Eva Marcille stopped by Jezebel, draped in fur, and ready to get candid about her experience so far as a full-time, peach-holding castmember on The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Ebony Obsidian definitely has the range. As Adrienne Hunt in Barry Jenkins’ upcoming film If Beale Street Could Talk, based on James Baldwin’s novel of the same name, she embodies a character who’s “super outspoken [and] super bold,” as she puts it. As an actor, Obsidian is best recognized for her guest role in Master…
In Reyna Grande’s latest memoir, A Dream Called Home, the author recalls her experience attending college as a Mexican immigrant who was simultaneously growing into her own womanhood. Not only did Grande’s experiences give her memoir an honest and captivating tone, they shaped the ways in which she approached global…
When Pam Grier walked into our studio, her energy was infectious. During the interview, she recalled moments from her decades-long career and the movies that landed her the title of “Queen of Blaxploitation.”
Last week, Lana Condor stopped by the Jezebel studio on the cusp of her star turn in the Netflix romcom To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, and her sparkling personality was as impressive as she is in the film. Based on Jenny Han’s novel of the same name, Condor plays a romantic dreamer named Lara Jean Covey who lives…
I began my internship not necessarily knowing which site I’d be working on - or what aspect of the video department I’d be working in.
King Princess, 19, titled her latest EP Make My Bed, but when she dropped by the Jezebel studio this month, she assured us she does not. Instead, she explained that the inspiration came from a “...big ole break-up.”