#ViolaDavis Vanity Fair cover shot by a Black photographer for the first time
Vogue Slammed for hiring Annie Leibovitz for Simone Biles Cover instead of a black photographer
Hollywood mourns the death of actor #NayaRivera
#LeaMichele honors Naya Rivera and Cory Monteith on Instagram
Vivica Fox wants Zendaya to play her daughter in #KillBillSequel
Ludacris hints “Fast & Furious 9’ takes the franchise to space
#BillNye explains why its important to wear a mask
Mariah Carey announces her official memoirs are coming in Sept.
TOPIC 2: From Billboard - Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith came together for a Red Table Talk on Friday (July 10), but the table was turned when he interviewed his wife about recent relationship rumors with singer August Alsina. She cleared the air and described her previous relationship with the 27-year-old artist as an "entanglement." Causing the internet to explode with posts, tweets, and memes. 50 Cent even shared a private conversation where he seems to add insult to injury about Will and Jada’s relationship.
TOPIC 3: From Vogue, Valentina Sampaio Makes History as Sports Illustrated’s First Trans Model. Sampaio had been on Editor In Chief MJ Day’s radar for her activism within the LGBTQIA community saying the following, “We are deeply moved that Valentina was willing to put her trust in us. We didn’t think twice about wanting to amplify her voice and message and give her a platform to advocate from on behalf of her personal aspirations and the trans community.”
TOPIC 4: MySpace founder Tom Anderson has reacted to a viral tweet celebrating him in a rare social media post, as Twitter users petition to "Bring Back Myspace” Tom. Anderson has been quiet online for the past couple of years, and apart from responding to another tweet earlier this month, had not posted on Twitter since April 2019. But Anderson broke his social media silence to respond to a tweet by Jack D Murphy, who said: "Remember Tom? Remember how he just sold his $500m share in myspace and retired so he could have a nice life? He never sold our data, never tried to influence elections, never lobbied against privacy legislation... what a man. Myspace was just too pure for this world."