At Super Bowl, Sheryl Lee Ralph seeks to ‘Lift Every Voice’February 9, 2023 GMT
PHOENIX (AP) — Sheryl Lee Ralph is living a career dream: The “Abbott Elementary” star won her first Emmy last year and will lend her powerful vocals as a Super Bowl pregame performer this weekend.
Chris Stapleton, Babyface to sing at Super Bowl pregameJanuary 24, 2023 GMT
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Country music star Chris Stapleton will hit next month's Super Bowl to sing the national anthem, while R&B legend Babyface will perform “America the Beautiful."
‘Succession,’ ‘Ted Lasso’ top Emmys; 1st time winners shineSeptember 13, 2022 GMT
LOS ANGELES (AP) — “Succession” and “Ted Lasso” topped the Emmy Awards on Monday, in a ceremony that touted the influence of TV and extended honors to global sensation “Squid Game” and winners who delivered messages of empowerment.
Emmy Moments: A winner’s joy — in song — lifts Emmy nightSeptember 13, 2022 GMT
As a kindergarten teacher on “Abbott Elementary,” she can get an unruly class to sit up and listen. And that’s exactly what Sheryl Lee Ralph did at the Emmys — capturing the attention of a packed theater and a global TV audience with a stirring acceptance speech for the ages.
Goddess gowns, Old Hollywood glam and pink rule Emmy carpetSeptember 13, 2022 GMT
NEW YORK (AP) — Hannah Waddingham wore Dolce & Gabbana with bedazzled high top sneakers on her feet Monday while Elle Fanning went Old Hollywood in a gown designed by Sharon Long of her show, “The Great,” as glamour returned to the Emmys in sticky Los Angeles humidity.
Sheryl Lee Ralph, 66, 1st-time nominee, wins Emmy awardSeptember 13, 2022 GMT
Veteran actor Sheryl Lee Ralph, an ageless stalwart of the industry who won an Emmy as a first-time nominee at the age of 66, relished in her victory by bellowing powerful lyrics about being an “Endangered Species,” and imploring others to never give up on themselves no matter how long it takes to be seen.
Deck the TV schedule with Rudolph, Stefani and ‘Love’December 1, 2017 GMT
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Welcome back, Donner and Blitzen! And thanks for bringing along Gwen Stefani, Tariji P. Henson and "Love Actually" to a holiday TV lineup that mixes the familiar and the fresh.
We want "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" and "It's a Wonderful Life" again, for the pleasure and the memories they summon.