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Anthony Anderson Thinks All Races Are A Bit “Black-ish”

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Just take a look around…it’s pretty obvious that the African-American culture influences all facets of entertainment. And according to Anthony Anderson, that makes us all a bit “Black-ish”.

“Other cultures from around the world have embraced some of our things as their own. It doesn’t make them Black, it makes them “Black-ish,” Anderson told HipHollywood at the premiere of his new ABC comedy.

But, when his co-star Tracee Ellis Ross tried to give meaning to the word, she was ironically a bit lost for words. “It’s a new word and it’s going to become apart of our culture and when it does maybe someone will tell me exactly what it means.”

Take a look at our interviews from the Black-ish premiere below and tell us how would you define “Black-ish”.

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Girl Power Prevails At The 2017 American Music Awards

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Music’s most amazing night went down Sunday at the Microsoft Theater in L.A. and we have to say the night was all about the ladies!

That’s right the 45th American Music Awards had some major moments and some major girl power starting with Pink and Kelly Clarkson.

The duo got the show started singing R.E.M.’s “Everybody Hurts”, but it was their solo performances that had fans going nuts.

Kelly Clarkson returned to the stage and had everyone on their feet with a medley of her classic tracks and new single “Love So Soft.”

While Pink took her career to new heights leaping off the side of a building while performing her hit single “Beautiful Trauma.”

Christina Aguilera, paid tribute to Whitney Houston with a commemorative performance for the 25th anniversary of The Bodyguard.

But the #Majah moment of the night had to be Diana Ross. The Motown legend was given the Lifetime Achievement Award, and performed some of her greatest hits before accepting the honor.

 

Photos by Kevin Winter/Getty Images

 

 

 

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