Academy Award winner Meryl Streep called the sexual harassment allegations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein “disgraceful,” “inexcusable,” and “abuse of power.”
Nicole Scherzinger attends the first day of auditions for ‘X Factor’ in Liverpool, England in June 2017. After battling bulimia in her 20s, Nicole Scherzinger is stronger than ever. The Pussycat Dolls singer, 39, is opening up to Cosmopolitan U.K. about body confidence and life after overcoming the eating disorder.
The new mom discusses the struggles she has with breastfeeding in her latest YouTube video.
Sarah Michelle Gellar is opening up about her battle with postpartum depression in an effort to bring awareness to our country's proposed healthcare changes.
Lena Dunham reveals the real reasons she has slimmed down, including illness, harassment from misogynistic trolls, and her fear for the world in light of the political climate.
Serena Williams has a few more months to go before she's officially a mother, but the women’s No. 1 ranked tennis player already has the “mama bear” thing down.
Amber Heard speaks onstage during the Pride and Prejudice Summit. Amber Heard is no stranger to her personal life playing out in public, but even she was shocked at the interest surrounding her sexual orientation when she came out as bisexual in 2010. The 30-year-old actress spoke at The Economist‘s second-annual Pride and Prejudice Summit in New York and talked about the moment she first told a reporter the truth about her sexuality.
Everyone knows the pitfalls of life as a child actor, and Jonathan Lipnicki is speaking out about his personal struggle with achieving fame so young.
Beyoncé has responded to President Trump’s ruling. Beyoncé is calling for fans to get in formation and support the LGBTQ community. On Wednesday the Trump administration rescinded protections for transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their gender identity.
As Syrian government forces continued to shell civilians and rebels despite a cease-fire deal, many celebrities took to social media and offered ways to help. Madonna, Pink, Mia Farrow expressed sadness and prayers; Bette Midler, fury: “Assad; butcher, monster and optometrist, has murdered hundreds of thousands of his own as we watched.”
Demi Lovato isn’t afraid to speak her mind. She is no stranger to having something she says make headlines, but her recent comments to "Glamour" magazine seemed to cause more derision than usual. Why is there so much pushback of female celebs who speak their mind?
Sailor Brinkley Cook, 18, stops on her way to college to call out the spiteful Internet trolls who are constantly tearing her down by comparing her unfavorably to her mother, Christie, the modeling legend.