9/23/2014 2:04 AM ET
Filed under: TV News
Well, it's about time.
In case you hadn't heard, The New York Times ran an article written by critic Alessandra Stanley about TV producer Shonda Rhimes that referenced her as "an angry black woman," and also claimed that Viola Davis was "less classically beautiful" than lighter skinned actresses.
Yes, this happened in 2014, and yes it is completely unacceptable.
In response to all this, the newspaper's public editor, Margaret Sullivan, posted an article about the backlash, which featured an apology:
Although most of us would never, ever, ever put any Apple product (aside from maybe an actual apple) inside a microwave, a few iPhone users have been tricked into nuking their smartphones.
Pranksters over at 4Chan ran a false ad that claimed that iOS 8 had a new feature, which allowed their iPhone to gain power from microwaves.
Of course, as many people who have posted on Twitter about their attempt to recharge the device in the place that radiates your food would NOW agree, putting your iPhone into a microwave is in fact a horrendous idea.
So yeah, do not try this at home.
It's official — well, sorta!
Ariana Grande and Big Sean didn't exactly make a statement announcing their dating status, but as we all know, actions speak louder than words!
These two are constantly dodging questions about their relationship, even though the A$$ rapper did kind of hint at their chemistry when he was asked about Ari!
The tiny songstress was in Vegas this past weekend for her performance at the iHeartRadio Music Festival, but little did we know, her man was there to support her!
Ari & her rappin' beau were spotted all over each other at the after party and they obviously didn't care who saw!
How freakin' cute are these two?!
[Image via Twitter/Pacific Coast News.]
The genes in this family!
We already knew David and Victoria Beckham had some serious sartorial skills, but their son, Romeo, too?!
The adorable 12-year-old is going to be starring in Burberry's 2014 Festive campaign — and luckily, we have a first look!
The label shared a behind-the-scenes peek of Romeo dressed in what looks to be their iconic trench coat and plaid scarf, teasing the campaign's release in November.
Of course, the rising model has been posing for Burberry campaigns since he was ten so he's kind of a pro now. We've got high hopes for the final shots!
[Image via Burberry.]