Sandra Bullock talked with Hoda Kotb about becoming a mother to her son, Louis, 8, and daughter, Laila, 5, whom the actress adopted in 2010 and 2015, respectively: "My priorities are my kids, my kids, my kids. My family. My family. That's it."
Britton says she's a proponent of exploring what it means to age gracefully, as opposed to embracing scalpels and fillers to halt the onset of laugh lines.
Think your beauty peak is when you are young and fresh-faced? Not so fast. As these stars demonstrate, getting older just might mean looking better than ever.
Connie Britton’s Hair Is Full of Feminism It’s no secret that Connie Britton has amazing hair. “When used regularly, feminism has been known to produce amazing results.” Examples being the 19th amendment granting women the right to vote, Title IX granting equality in athletics, the Violence Against Women Act, and more. “Feminism is meant to be used on a daily basis and works best when shared,” Britton continued, and is then joined by her co-star on the the Tennessee-based show, Laura Benanti.
Britton pokes fun at the media obsession with an actress’s appearance in a cheeky mock commercial she made with the Representation Project’s #AskHerMore campaign. The “Connie Britton’s Hair Secret” video was written and directed by Britton’s Nashville co-star Laura Benanti (who makes an appearance). “While the red carpet is glamorous and can be fun, it is also a major cultural event, watched by millions of people,” says Representation Project founder Jennifer Siebel Newsom.
Country music may be a staple in Red States, but TV’s reigning Opry queen has a message for fans of Blake, Miranda, and Garth: “Many country music stars are Democrats,” she Connie Britton tells Yahoo Style before the White House Correspondents’ Dinner. “And if Rayna James [her character on Nashville] were real, she definitely, would have voted for Obama. “I’m best friends with Michelle Obama myself,” joked the Emmy nominee, a college classmate of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.