S.W.A.T. star Shemar Moore stepping up his selfie game on social media

Photo: Instagram.

By Nate Millado

They take selfies, post thirst traps, and do TikTok dances! Thanks to social media, fans can connect with celebs from top CBS and The CW shows like never before. Watch rounds up a few of our favorite feeds on Instagram that you should be following right now.

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It takes a special kind of person to move towards danger rather than away from it. These people deserve our endless gratitude: doctors and nurses—whose bravery was especially visible during the COVID-19 pandemic—and the first responders in our country's police and fire departments who show their heroism every day. It's the perfect time to tune in to Paramount+ to celebrate their fictional and fearless counterparts.

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Photography by David Needleman


Did you know that Folake Olowofoyeku—star of CBS' hit comedy series Bob❤️Abisholawas named for a famous woman in Nigerian history?

Now 88 years old, Folake Solanke was a pioneering lawyer and an advocate for women's rights and equality. Solanke's work, past and present, paved the way for many other women to achieve success in the legal field in her country.

Do you know a woman who is making a difference? Nominate her for L'Oreal's 2021 Women of Worth award program.

Women of Worth recognizes everyday women across the U.S. who are inspiring others and creating positive change. Nominations are open through April 30th, 2021.


We❤️Folake

WATCH 2021_SPECIAL DIGITAL EDITION VOL 1

Discover more about Folake Olowofoyeku in this exclusive WATCH interview and cover story!☝️

Bob❤️ Abishola airs Mondays at 8:30/7:30c. Stream anytime on Paramount+.

Photography by David Needleman. Styled by Toye Adedipe.

By Lisa Kennedy

During a video call with Folake Olowofoyeku —the Nigerian American star of the hit comedy Bob ❤️ Abishola—something subtle but unmistakable occurs. Although it's two days before her birthday, a cloud drifts over her face, blocking her smile—a gap-toothed wonder of an event that can take her from serious to incandescent in a heartbeat.

Four days earlier, protests against police brutality in Nigeria (hashtagged #EndSARS for the police force's rogue Special Anti-Robbery Squad) turned deadly, with soldiers firing on peaceful protesters at a well-known toll gate in Lagos. Although Olowofoyeku just marked her 17th year in the U.S., the news of the Lekki Toll Gate Massacre was more than distressing. And a flat-footed question about her childhood led to an impassioned tutorial in contemporary Nigerian politics. Her parents would be proud.

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