"Bachelorette" Contestant Apologizes for Colorist, Homophobic Tweets

"Bachelorette" contender Justin Glaze is apologizing after old tweets from his teenage years resurfaced in which he made disparaging and colorist comments directed at Black women and used homophobic slurs. "What I said was ignorant and hurtful then (and) it's ignorant and hurtful now," Glaze said during an appearance on the "Bachelor Happy Hour" podcast. "No matter how long (ago) it was, those words shouldn't have come out of my mouth."

Cedric The Entertainer to Host 2021 Emmy Awards

Cedric The Entertainer has been tapped to host the 2021 Emmy Awards, Variety reports. “Since I was a little boy huddled up next to my grandmother, television has always been my reliable friend, so it is an enormous honor for me to host this year’s Emmy Awards,” Cedric the Entertainer said in a statement. The small screen-centered award show will be held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles and air live on Sunday, September 19.

Allyson Felix to Cover Childcare Costs for Moms Competing in Tokyo Olympics

Allyson Felix continues to be an advocate for mom athletes. In partnership with Athleta and the Women's Sports Foundation, the sprinter has created a $200,000 childcare grant to support ten moms who will be competing in the Tokyo Olympics, Today reports. “As a mom and an athlete, I know first-hand the obstacles women face in sports,” Felix said in a statement."But not everyone has access to this type of support from a partner or sponsor. These grants are about showing the industry that all mom athletes need this same comprehensive support.”

Dave Hollister, Carl Thomas, and Donnell Jones Form Supergroup

Music lovers who long for the sounds of the '90s may be in luck. Carl Thomas, Donnell Jones, and Dave Hollister have teamed up to form R&B supergroup, The Chi, according to Hollister's Instagram page. Hollister says the trio has been discussing teaming up since 2009. No word yet on when we can expect new music from the group.

Gayle King Says Unvaccinated Loved Ones Aren't Invited to Thanksgiving Dinner

Like many families in the United States, Gayle King's relatives are split when it comes to getting vaccinated. And while choosing whether or not to get the shot is a personal decision, King says relatives who have chosen not to do so will not be invited to Thanksgiving this year. "I don't know how many more times you can say to people, 'Listen, it will save your life,'" King said during an interview with Dr. Anthony Fauci on "CBS This Morning." "I have this problem with some members of my own family, which I'm now going to ban for Thanksgiving vacation. That's how strongly I'm taking what you're saying," King went on.