"When I was growing up with a physical difference, I never saw girls like myself represented in the media," Pursely wrote on Facebook.
"Euphoria" is celebrating its recent Emmy wins by releasing a special episode on HBO that will tide fans over until the show can get back to filming Season 2.
Seventeen years after its first ranking of the 500 best LPs of all time, "Rolling Stone" has revamped its list, with Marvin Gaye dethroning the Beatles as the publication's No. 1.
"This is what our finest software engineering minds are working on at the moment," one Redditor commented.
"The Great British Baking Show" is now airing in the U.K., but American viewers will also soon be able to watch the 2020 season on Netflix.
After a second night of dancing, two couples landed in the bottom two, leaving the decision up to the judges to decide who would go home and who would stay.
Parent company Mars Inc. unveiled the rice brand's new moniker on Wednesday.
Will indoor dining at 25 percent capacity be enough to keep restaurants afloat as temperatures begin to drop?
"Enola Holmes" is now out on Netflix, and tells the story of the younger sister of Sherlock Holmes, the detective originally conceived by Arthur Conan Doyle.
The "Mission: Impossible" star is taking movies to new heights with plans to film one out in the solar system in a ship owned by SpaceX billionaire Musk.
iPhone users are transforming their home screens with cozy fall wallpaper, custom icons, widgets, and quotes.
The actress, who played Samantha Jones in "Sex and the City," previously called her co-star "cruel."
"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" is about to lose its second cast member as Teddi Mellencamp announced she will not be returning in the next season of the Bravo show.
Rapper Cardi B and her sister are both being sued for defamation after they labeled a group of beachgoers as "racist MAGA supporters."
"Supergirl" is the latest of The CW's Arrowverse shows to come to be canceled, with the show coming to an end after an extended Season 6.
Prince Harry has commented publicly on an election for the first time ever as wife Meghan Markle called the upcoming presidential vote the most important of "our lifetime."
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is being commemorated by the re-release of the documentary "RBG" and Felicity Jones biopic "On the Basis of Sex," with proceeds benefiting the A.C.L.U.
"Your comeback will be 100 times greater than your setback," the former governor said during the Zoom ceremony. "Some men and some women rise back on stepping stones from their dead selves."
The "Harry Potter" author continues to provoke with a new photo promoting merchandise from a company that has been criticized for being exclusionary toward the trans community.
A pumpkin tradition originally developed for Thanksgiving can prove useful during the ghoulish Halloween season as well.
A woman will travel to the moon as part of NASA's Artemis program.
Even though it feels like we're in an eternal March, January vs. September photos show just how much of an impact the COVID lockdowns have had on everyone.
"Not only did Ellen turn my trauma, turn our traumas, into a joke, she somehow managed to make this about her," one former employee at Degeneres' talk show said.
A "Wall Street Journal" investigation finds credible evidence that Amazon limits rival device makers from advertising on its site.
We kept track of all the lobotomies, decapitations, scaldings and much, much more.
"The Masked Singer" returns to Fox with Season 4 on Wednesday.
"This story isn't about Sherlock. It's about a more unconventional detective with no one but herself to rely on."
Apple reports that all issues have been resolved.
Funimation will stream subtitled episodes the same day they release in Japan.