theCurvyCon 2018, to be live-streamed on Yahoo Lifestyle, will offer new features at its three-day celebration of plus-size diversity and fashion.
Gabourey Sidibe speaks onstage during The 2018 MAKERS Conference at Hollywood Palladium on February 5, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. For Gabourey Sidibe, getting dressed for red carpets and awards shows is really hard when she knows that she’ll be made fun of because of her weight. If I wear red, a pitcher of Kool Aid,” she admitted during a monologue at The 2018 MAKERS Conference on Monday evening.
“The hardest thing about being a blogger or having my life out there is [pretending] I’m happy — I actually don’t feel so happy,” Aimee Song said in a post.
Actress Gabourey Sidibe has been rocking some chic and affordable outfits. Best of all, they’re from everyday brands you know and love, like Torrid, City Chic, and ASOS — making them both affordable and available to buy now, just in time to give your spring wardrobe a little Sidibe sparkle. Appearing at SXSW for the first time to participate in a panel discussion about film and the perceptions of women across America, Sidibe walked a festival red carpet in a flowing floral minidress and lace-up heeled sandals from popular plus-size clothing brand Torrid.
Gabourey Sidibe covers Nylon magazines April 2017 beauty issue and open's up about her difficult childhood
Across the board, female celebrities had a spectacular 2015. Adele broke sales records with her new album, Amy Schumer proved comedy for women brings in huge audiences, and Serena Williams started and ended the year at No. 1. And yet, these remarkable women made nearly as many headlines for their involvement in one of this year’s loudest social media conversations: body shaming. Like Schumer and Williams, body shaming also had an unprecedented year, led by some online commenters’ take-no-prisoners criticism.