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  • Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt reveals childhood Christmas accessory she's passing down to daughter Lyla

    Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt shared how her mother Maria Shriver saved her childhood Christmas bows — and that she'll now pass them down to Lyla, her daughter with Chris Pratt.

  • Oprah Winfrey admits to not having many friends: ‘I never really expanded that circle’

    The famed media legend knows that when it comes to friends, quality is better than quantity

  • Katherine Schwarzenegger is 'thankful' for Chris Pratt: He 'thinks of kind ways to make the world a better place'

    The 29-year-old author posted a sweet tribute to husband Chris Pratt on Instagram Saturday.

  • Ellen Page calls out Chris Pratt for supporting an 'infamously' anti-LGBTQ church

    In a recent interview, Ellen Page said she is "not afraid to say the truth" — and Thursday she served up a truth bomb directed at Chris Pratt on Twitter.

  • Rachel Maddow & Maria Shriver Sign Letter Of Support For Tom Brokaw

    Rachel Maddow, Maria Shriver, and Andrea Mitchell, among many others, have signed a letter supporting embattled NBC anchor Tom Brokaw. The letter, obtained by Deadline, was also signed by dozens of other women who work for or were formerly employed by NBC, in capacities ranging from editors to executives, and technicians. Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski also stated her support, writing “Add me to the list” in a Twitter post.

  • Amy Schumer Gets Real About Body Image on “The Today Show”

    Amy Schumer talks body image on “The Today Show.” (Photo: Instagram) Amy Schumer has made body and sexuality regular topics in her comedy, so it’s easy to assume that confidence has always been among her defining traits. In a recent Today Show interview, though, she told Maria Shriver that this self-assuredness is a new development for her. “Sometimes I would just want to kind of throw in the towel and be like, ‘I’m not gonna do standup tonight.’” Schumer credits stylist Leesa Evans with her newfound self-assuredness. “She shopped for my sister also, and seeing my little sister…looking just like a strong, beautiful woman, I realized that by holding myself back I was also holding her back…To see the person I care the most about being given those tools was really moving for me, and I just wanted to give it to every woman.” Maria Shriver interviewed Amy Schumer and “Trainwreck” stylist Leesa Evans on “The Today Show.” (Photo: Instagram) Schumer and Evans are now working together to achieve that goal, partnering with Goodwill of Southern California to cohost a Style Empowerment Workshop aiming to inspire and transform women through fashion.

  • Maria Shriver Is On A Mission To Wipe Out Alzheimer’s — And You Can Be Part Of It

    More than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease — and nearly two-thirds of them are women. The initiative, called Maria Shriver’s Wipe Out Alzheimer’s Challenge, was created in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association and the non-profit A Woman’s Nation, which Shriver founded. All of the money raised through the Wipe Out Alzheimer’s Challenge will go toward the Alzheimer’s Association’s first-of-its-kind fund, the Women’s Alzheimer’s Research Fund, which will support research initiatives looking at gender differences and Alzheimer’s.