“I learned that none of my eggs were viable on Memorial Day, in the midst of a global pandemic,” she wrote.
The actor was accused of acting 'inappropriately' by some when photos of her kissing co-star Brad Pitt surfaced last year.
<p>Be bold for change.</p><p>The message of this year’s International Women’s Day is a call to action for men and women across the world to stand up for women’s rights and to bring about the end of gender inequality.</p><p>And these empowering quotes from iconic women are the perfect inspiration to do just that.</p><p>Some are funny, some serious, some controversial. They were spoken by politicians and popstars, activists and actors.</p><p>What they all have in common is that they came from the lips of people who have passionately fought for the rights of women – and will inspire you to do the same.</p>
Some celebrities just can’t help firing up Photoshop before they upload that selfie to their Instagram account, can they? And no matter how many times eagle-eyed fans clap eyes on wonky walls, bendy doorframes and even missing limbs, they still keep on doing it. These are some of the worst offenders from the past twelve months. One hamfisted photo-editor even managed to make our list twice
In case you somehow missed the social media flurry this week, Lena Dunham sparked outrage after she claimed that Odell Beckham Jr. didn’t speak to her at the Met Gala back in May because he didn’t think that she was attractive. The athlete had never met Lena before and in her newsletter interview with Amy Schumer she sparked controversy with her report of the encounter. The ‘Lenny Letter’ reads: “I was sitting next to Odell Beckham Jr., and it was so amazing because it was like he looked at me and he determined I was not the shape of a woman by his standards.
On the second night of the Democratic National Convention, Bernie Sanders stepped to the microphone at the end of Tuesday’s roll call and “move[d] that Hillary Clinton be selected” — unanimously — “as the nominee of the Democratic Party for president of the United States.” Following that announcement, a long line of senators and surrogates, politicians and police officers, celebrities and survivors paraded to the podium to tout Clinton’s achievements and testify on her behalf.
Lena Dunham has become the latest celebrity to speak out about Kanye West’s controversial ‘Famous’ video, labelling it ‘one of the more disturbing “artistic” efforts in recent memory’. The video,if you’ve not seen, features a number of stars, including Kim Kardashian, Kanye, Ray J, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Anna Wintour, George W Bush, Donald Trump and Lena’s BFF Taylor Swift, laying naked on a giant bed.
Right, now that you’re all reflecting about how awesome women are I thought we could take a look at the television shows that are SLAYING right now. If you’re not already hooked to Abbi and Ilana then you need to get on that Broad City shit, ASAP. Apart from introducing us to the best stuffed toy, Bingo Bronson, Broad City has also taught me that all nights should be about “finding a 10″.
The 29-year-old actress suffered a painful-sounding ‘ovarian cyst rupture’ as a result of her endometriosis - a condition which causes tissue to grow outside of the uterus and can lead to infertility. Releasing a statement to PEOPlE, Lena’s rep explained: “Lena Dunham has been very public with her personal bouts with endometriosis. This morning, she suffered from an ovarian cyst rupture and has been taken to the hospital.
It was just another day for Taylor Swift yesterday, as she took to the stage in East Rutherford to lark about being fabulous and universally adored by all and everyone around her. Now, you may have noticed that during the 1989 tour, our Tay-Tay does this whole ‘special guest appearance’ thing, where the audience are brought into a stupor and then worked up into a frenzy when Cara Delevingne and the Dalai Lama strut out to 'Style’ or something like that, and it’s all a 'big surprise’. Well this time Taylor decided to take 'Girl Power’ and 'Squad Goals’ to the next level - inviting the US Women’s Soccer Team to join her on stage, fresh from their World Cup victory over Japan.