Inside the dimly lit Stonewall Inn, the crowd cheered "Cynthia! Cynthia! Cynthia!" as actress and New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon took the tiny stage at her first launch party on Wednesday. A tight-knit circle of supporters, among them quite a few personal friends of Nixon and her wife, braved the latest nor'easter to drink beer and get excited about her campaign. The significance of the Greenwich Village bar was not lost: In 1969, riots there helped set the stage for the national gay rights movement.
It only took four hours for T-shirt artists to reclaim an insult directed at Cynthia Nixon, who is running for governor of New York state.
It's one day into her campaign for governor of New York, and it's already obvious that Cynthia Nixon wants to make fixing the ailing subway a huge priority. Nixon was late due to major delays that likely happened because of an early-morning fatality on the tracks. It's now an hour and 10 and we are still not there," Nixon told AM New York.
The actress and New York City native confirmed long-standing rumors by announcing on Twitter that she’s running for governor of New York.
The Sarah Jessica Parker–Kim Cattrall feud has reached a new level of obsession, with super fans taking sides between the beloved Sex and the City actresses. I'm with @KimCattrall here. @SJP should just leave it alone already. Sorry, but your damage is already done. Do your SATC3 already. A Gr8 production team wld move on already.
Kate Hudson isn't the first to to go bald for her craft. Here are other actresses, from Demi Moore to Millie Bobby Brown, who have shaved it all off for a role.
Kristen Stewart's hairstylist, Bridget Brager, shared the star's new look — a blond buzzcut — on Instagram recently. But Stewart isn't the only celebrity to shave off nearly all of her hair.