Vanessa Williams will forever hold the distinction of being the first African American Miss America less than 15 years after the pageant even allowed African American women to compete. That should not only be a source of pride and …
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As the entire crowd and fellow judges including Zendaya, Amy Purdy and Danica McKellar delivered a standing ovation, …
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The organisers of Miss America have apologised to Vanessa Williams, the first African- American woman to win the crown in 1984, for the way their predecessors handled a nude photo scandal involving her. Williams was forced to return the …
The Miss America execs preparing for the live show on Sunday are in crisis mode over Vanessa Williams' appearance ... and it all has to do with the nude, girl-on-girl pics that caused her to get dethroned 31 years ago. Sources connected …
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Vanessa Williams has been cast as Iris West’s mother on CW’s “The Flash.” The character is played by Candice Patton, whose father, and thus, Vanessa Williams’ would-be husband on the show, is played by Jesse L. Martin (aka Joe …
Vanessa Williams returned to the Miss America stage for the first time in 32 years on Sunday night, and received an apology from the organization for how she was ousted as the pageant winner in 1984. “I have been a close friend to this …
Miss America CEO Sam Haskell opened the event by publicly apologizing to Vanessa. "On behalf of today's organization, I want to apologize for anything that was said or done that made you feel any less the Miss America you are and the …
So while the new “Show Boat” doesn’t always land, there are plenty of swoon-worthy moments — and who wouldn’t want to hear Vanessa Williams crooning while backed by a huge orchestra? Thought so. Jerome Kern and Oscar Hammerstein …
I attended my first full bridal shower this morning, courtesy of Vanessa Williams and cable’s WE TV. I must admit I felt a little out of place. A male in my demographic is hardly the target audience for a reality program called “David Tutera’a ...