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Viola Davis EGOTs With Grammy Win

Always a GOAT, now officially an EGOT winner too; a round of applause is due for Viola Davis on achieving EGOT status after last night’s Grammy win at the 2023 premiere ceremony. Davis, an actress, and producer, tapped into the EGOT hall of fame after being awarded her first Grammy for best audiobook, narration, and storytelling for her memoir, Finding Me ahead of the main … Continue reading Viola Davis EGOTs With Grammy Win

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Best Moments From The 65th Grammys

The Black community gathered around our virtual living rooms and took to social media to celebrate, trash talk and vibe out to the 65th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony and all it entailed. The ceremony was stacked with memorable moments including red carpet looks, jokes from the host, Trevor Noah, heartfelt memorial tributes in honor of fallen stars, and even the running joke of Queen Bey … Continue reading Best Moments From The 65th Grammys

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A Black Girl’s Guide to Galentines Day

Long live the queen who coined Galantine’s Day, because the girlies have basked in it every single year, or every “single” year. We’ve thrown the woes of being without a bae on love day to the wind and have claimed the day prior as one for the gals! In a 2010 episode of Parks and Rec, Amy Poehler’s character Leslie Knope defined Galantine’s Day simply … Continue reading A Black Girl’s Guide to Galentines Day

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Tabitha Brown is Goals: The Elevation of Tab

To say it’s been a pleasure to see Tabitha Brown blossom before our eyes is an understatement. We’ve watched her grow from our favorite internet auntie to a Vegan influencer and in-demand social media personality. Her story is just as inspirational as her mini social media reads, so read all about it here! Hailing from Eden, North Carolina, Brown began her career as a struggling, … Continue reading Tabitha Brown is Goals: The Elevation of Tab

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New Year Beauty: 10 Items You Need In Your Beauty Bag This Year 

Each new year, we can always count on new beauty must-haves. New and old, Been Worthy has compiled a list of 10 items to keep in your beauty bag this year! Black Girl Sunscreen Black girl sunscreen is first and foremost because we have since debunked the myth that black people don’t need sunscreen. Thankfully, we’ve been blessed with an elixir—for us, by us—that goes … Continue reading New Year Beauty: 10 Items You Need In Your Beauty Bag This Year 

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Legendary Status: Top Sheryl Lee Ralph Moments

Sheryl Lee Ralph OJ is no stranger to stardom. From winning our hearts as our favorite no-nonsense step-mom, Dee Mitchell, in Moesha, to slaying Broadway stages as the original Dreamgirl, Deena, and now as Abbott Elementary’s finest OG educator, Mrs. Barabara Howard. You can look in the dictionary next to “Been That Girl” and see a picture of Ralph. Although she’s had years of iconic … Continue reading Legendary Status: Top Sheryl Lee Ralph Moments

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The Power of “I Am’s”: The Top Affirmations for Black Women This Year

It’s evident that Black women have been raking up public wins as of late, from career dubs to personal victories. But the beauty in those wins is the power and prayer that have been shared to get them there. I’m a firm believer that half the battle of chasing your dreams and reaching your goals is believing that you actually can. So, here are some … Continue reading The Power of “I Am’s”: The Top Affirmations for Black Women This Year

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Keke Palmer Launches KeyTV to Hire a ‘New Generation of Creatives’

We grew up with KeKe Palmer, watching her first film appearance in “Barbershop 2: Back in Business” as Gina’s (played by Queen Latifah) niece. Later that year, she appeared in the television show “Wool Cap,” where she snatched the title of the youngest ever nominated for SAG’s Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries. But her breakout moment was created … Continue reading Keke Palmer Launches KeyTV to Hire a ‘New Generation of Creatives’

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Solange Makes History at NYC Ballet

Solange Knowles gave us “A Seat at the Table,” but now she’s taking her own at the NYC Ballet, and making room for us in the theater to watch. The multi-hyphenate boasts a variety of creative works as singer, songwriter, actress, choreographer, visual artist, and performer. But now, she can add Ballet composer to her list–and pioneer at that, as she has become the first … Continue reading Solange Makes History at NYC Ballet

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New and Black on Netflix in September

If you’re looking for your next Netflix fix studded with your favorite black stars, look no further because Been Worthy has the list for you. From an assortment of rom-coms and horror comedies to thrillers, bromance, romance, and dramas, this is your guide to what’s new and black on Netflix. We did it so you don’t have to or because you just have to. End … Continue reading New and Black on Netflix in September