"Congrats!! Where's the ring?" one person wrote. While another said, "Very happy, except that's the smallest ring I've ever seen."
A social media influencer believes she's been shadow banned on Instagram because of her size.
Mike Worthington not only had his daughter's handwriting and artwork tattooed on his already inked body but allowed her to sign her own name with the tattoo pen too.
Australian brand I.AM.GIA made its first runway appearance on Wednesday at Fashion Week Australia. Here are some of its affordable looks.
As Kim Kardashian faces heat for posting about "appetite suppressant lollipops," nutritionists are sounding the alarm.
Instagram has apologized to Kim Kardashian for removing a photo the reality star shared promoting an appetite suppressing lollipop.
The husband of influencer Allison Kimmey is speaking out on her platform to share his side of the journey, as he's stuck by her side, regardless of her shape or size.
Ariel Winter is channeling old Hollywood glamour for the "Breaking In" film premiere and giving a shout-out to Cardi B with her Instagram caption.
Toronto teen Kevin Kodra, shared his graduation photo on his popular Instagram account in celebration of his 18th birthday.
Instagram is taking action against bullying comments. Today, they announced new filters to remove harmful comments, as well as new initiatives to help with mental health awareness.
The billion-dollar business mogul might have been feeling like she was ready to take meetings with the world's top CEOs, but her followers disagreed.
The 20-year-old “Modern Family” actress is known for her daring looks, which include plunging necklines and an exposed midriff, or whatever else makes her feel good.
Having epidermolysis bullosa hasn't stopped Maya Spencer-Berkeley from pursuing a career in fashion — even with the legions of industry folk who've tried to stand in her way.
In the age of social media, celebrating getting into college goes beyond announcing just to family and friends, as teens take to their Twitter accounts to share the proud moment with all of their followers.
"There's not a specific mold of what beauty is and who can be beautiful," says Massy Arias. "As cliché as it sounds, we need to be comfortable being us."