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George Clooney has been taken to hospital after being involved in a traffic accident while driving a scooter in Sardinia, where he is makin...

George Clooney has been taken to hospital after being involved in a traffic accident while driving a scooter in Sardinia, where he is making a TV series.

The Hollywood actor and director was reported to be only lightly injured after colliding with a car near the town of Olbia, in the north of the island.

He was taken by ambulance to the John Paul II Hospital in Olbia with “suspected trauma to his hip”, according to local reports.

Mr Clooney had just left his hotel on the Costa Corallina – the Coral Coast – and was driving to the set of his new TV series, based on the classic Joseph Heller novel Catch-22, when he was reportedly hit by a car.

The driver stopped and called for help. Police are studying the accident site and trying to ascertain how it happened.

The actor was given a CAT scan which showed that none of his bones had been fractured, according to local media reports.

Mr Clooney has been in Sardinia for several weeks for filming of a six-part series based on Heller’s 1961 novel about the USAAF during the Second World War.

Hugh Laurie also has a part in the production. Filming has taken place on an airfield at Venafiorita, near Olbia, which was used by the German military during the Second World War. The series is due to be shown on Sky next year.

Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced Hollywood producer accused of numerous incidents of sexual assault and misconduct, turned himself into auth...

Harvey Weinstein, the disgraced Hollywood producer accused of numerous incidents of sexual assault and misconduct, turned himself into authorities on Friday after facing charges of of first- and third-degree rape and committing a criminal sexual act in the first degree. The news was met with an outpouring of emotion from women who had spoken out against Weinstein in the past—and on Saturday, actress and Weinstein accuser Ashley Judd penned a powerful op-ed for Time about what his arrest means for the future of #MeToo.

"When the news broke that Harvey Weinstein would be surrendering himself on rape and sexual assault charges, I didn’t have a reaction," she wrote. "As I spoke with others for whom the ground was shaking I realized my feeling was that a sexual predator being legally accountable for criminal behavior is and should be normal, routine and not particularly newsworthy. And I also understood why it is thunderous news."

Judd continued by writing that Weinstein's arrest—his turning-in of himself—marked a significant turning point in how society and the criminal justice system addresses the alleged crimes of powerful men, who have often used their own power to make themselves immune to consequences.

"And in this moment, in this era, that a powerful man who thrived and flourished in a culture of impunity was arrested and charged is resoundingly significant. It is a watershed event, an irreversible pivot away from tacit and explicit license to exploit to a ground of firmer boundaries and clarity about intolerable behavior no longer being tolerated," she wrote.

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Still, she expressed disappointment about Weinstein's own approach to the charges: He had an opportunity to take accountability for his years of allegedly damaging and hurting women but has instead chosen to plead not guilty.

"I was hopeful Harvey would plead guilty, that his surrender was volitional, so that in addition to carving out a singular position of disgrace, he could come forward as the predator who walks out of shame onto a new path of humility, introspection, accountability and amends, thereby leading our men and country in the necessary and inexorable trajectory of restorative justice," she wrote. "It seems that Harvey, though, will not be the person to do that, as he is pleading not guilty and still maintains, in the face of so many accusations, that all sex was consensual. Denial can stand for 'I don’t even know I am lying,' and it appears that is where Harvey still lives."

Judd ended her piece saying that the movement will have to continue waiting for an "accused who can and will embody what the #MeToo movement and our society needs and wants: someone who can navigate the duality of having aggressed and address their abuse of power with culpability and integrity."

She concluded that "restorative justice is also dual; in order for survivor-victims and society to embrace and restore the reformed, the reformed must have been genuinely transformed, shedding layers of toxic masculinity, exiting the denial/apology tour and standing in a new and collective space where both the person is and the narrative are made whole and unified."

Her point touches on an important part of the #MeToo discussion: Many people wonder if there should be a path forward for the scores of accused predators, abusers, and harassers.

Where #MeToo goes from here, as those accused begin to plan their comebacks, is a critical question that powerful figures in the movement are beginning to address. For more, read how #MeToo founder Tarana Burke outlines the next steps for the movement—and lays out how you can participate.

“I was a pop star, saying, ‘Hey, I designed a dress.’” That was one of the more lighthearted ways that Victoria Beckham described her 1...

“I was a pop star, saying, ‘Hey, I designed a dress.’”

That was one of the more lighthearted ways that Victoria Beckham described her 10-year transformation from former Spice Girl to international fashion designer, during Tuesday’s Forbes Women’s Summit at Pier Sixty.

Wearing a short-sleeve pink dress and having literally let her shoulder-length hair down, Beckham occasionally made herself the punch line in discussing her current career with Jess Cartner-Morley, associate editor of fashion for The Guardian. Recalling how at her first presentation in a New York hotel suite a decade ago, Beckham convinced the fashion pack that she was “a force to be reckoned with,” the scribe said she is now positioned as “a key player in the fashion industry.”

The designer’s new chief executive officer Paolo Riva presumably would agree. The executive, who officially starts in September, was in Tuesday’s standing-room-only crowd. Riva’s appointment follows NEO Investment Partners’ investment last year and the arrival of Ralph Toledano as chairman of the designer’s company.

Singling out digital as an area that she is eager to build up, Beckham mentioned such potential opportunities as “a skin-care line that is quite scientific, “a fragrance at some point and more makeup, men’s wear and children’s clothes.” In keeping with her ideology of creating only what she believes in, Beckham said her business choices come down to being true to herself and what she wants in her life. “I don’t want to copy anything that anyone is doing. I want to to be true to me and very organic,” she said.

“I’m not sure where Paolo’s going to start because I’m not short on ideas. I just need the right infrastructure around me to turn that into a reality,” Beckham said. “I have done this with a great team of people but as a team we have been crying out for a leader, who can guide us all and that I can learn from.”

Before the lithesome Beckham walked on stage, attendees were asked to refrain from any photographs in abiding with the designer’s polite request. Questions from the peanut gallery were also not happening after the Q&A wrapped up. But the 20-minute chat allowed for plenty of time to discuss her new partnership with Reebok, which was one of the sponsors for the two-day Forbes Women’s Summit at Chelsea Piers. After Cartner-Morley clued the crowd in to how Beckham is the person she gets asked about more than any others, the guest of honor responded. “You make me sound way more interesting than I probably actually am.”

Teaming with Reebok made sense, considering her daily routine at home starts with exercise — walking her daughter Harper to school, followed by some treadmill work and then dancing to her playlist. “I work out every day. I’m a bit of a Sporty Spice underneath all this. I wanted to create clothes that I would wear in the gym. I think there is a gap for technical workout clothing that also looks good [beyond the gym],” Beckham said. “I have been known to wear a trainer of late. It was big news the first time I stepped out in a pair of trainers. Very strange.”

She added, “But more and more I do love a good trainer but not just to work out but for fashion as well. I love to mix sportswear with ready-to-wear. A trainer with a really cool loose-fitting track suit pants and an oversize men’s-inspired gabardine coat.”

As for her early days in design, she said, “I didn’t have a master plan at all. I always wanted to be in fashion. When I was younger, fashion was my passion. For a while there, I was in a little band called the Spice Girls, I’m not sure if anybody’s heard of it.”

When the audience offered a lukewarm reaction, she countered with a laugh, “C’mon — let’s have some fun. You’re all so serious. I know you’re all very serious businesswomen, but we can have some fun as well.”

Beckham emphasized how it was her business partner, Simon Fuller, and her husband, David, who supported her and encouraged her to do what she always wanted to do: create a small collection of dresses. Unable to find what she was after, the red-carpet regular did just that and then showed her compact line to a smattering of press and fashion buyers in a New York hotel suite. Narrating the assortment as a few models walked up and down the room, Beckham said she occasionally unzipped the garments to highlight their construction, corsetry and seaming detail. “I didn’t know if anybody was going to like what I had done. I was just being very, very honest. As a woman, I was creating what I wanted to wear,” she said. “The product spoke for itself. I was very aware that people would have preconceptions because I was a Spice Girl and I was married to a footballer. So I knew what people were thinking, but I really didn’t focus on that. I was very focused on what I wanted to do.

“I liked the fact that I didn’t know a lot. Because knowing what I know now about the fashion industry, would I have had the guts to do what I did then? Probably not. I think I was quite innocent and naïve,” she said. “There was a lot that I didn’t know. I think that was good because I probably would have been terrified. When people say, ‘Were you not nervous? The fashion industry is really scary.’ And I was a pop star, saying, ‘Hey, I designed a dress.’”

With three sons and a daughter and a highly entrepreneurial former pro soccer playing husband, Beckham was upfront about the elbow grease required to build a brand. “The boys and Harper know that Mummy and Daddy work really, really hard. We weren’t just given any of this,” she said. “Getting success is one thing but maintaining success is a whole other thing. They see that we go to work everyday and work really hard and they have to work hard at school and their passions whatever that might be.”

While Cartner-Morley didn’t delve into the state of the Beckham marriage, as some media outlets have in recent weeks, she asked about work-life balance and managing two high-profile careers. Regarding the former, Beckham said, “Like most women, I beat myself up. I’m trying most importantly to be the best mum that I can. But I’m also trying to be the best wife and the best professional. It is a juggling act and it’s not easy. Looking around, there are plenty of women who are in the same position as me. I’m trying and it’s hard. I have to remind myself, when I come home, ‘Put the phone down. It’s OK to not answer e-mails until the morning. Spend quality time with your children and David.’ It’s really about getting that balance and just constantly checking in with yourself.”

That said, the designer allowed, “I’ve been know to hide in the bathroom during the weekend to just send a little e-mail, but I’m trying…”

As for the Beckhams double-barreled fame, she said, “I’m so lucky that I have the support of an incredible husband. He has always encouraged me to follow my dreams and passion. If it wasn’t for him supporting me, at home as well, it would be very difficult. We really are equal in everything we do at home with the children. He makes it possible. He’s at home making the school run, cooking the dinner, doing the homework with the kids. He’s the most fantastic husband and dad. When I’m home, I do that as well. It’s about being partners.”

Just as the Spice Girls gave Beckham a platform to plug women’s empowerment, her fashion alliances do, too, especially in this age of the #MeToo movement. “I am still banging on that drum and I am not going to stop. I don’t think any of us want to stop. It’s a very important time for women right now.”

Through Reebok, Beckham hopes to connect with a new tier of consumers by offering a more accessible price point. “All around the globe everyone knows Reebok, so I will be able to reach out to customers in these parts of the world where I haven’t been able to. My brand is significantly bigger than my business. My business is still quite small so Reebok will really enable me to reach out to a whole new customer,” she said.

Her girl power message starts at home. “Every day when Harper goes to school, she walks up the school stairs and I give her a kiss. I say, ‘Harper, you’re a girl, you can achieve anything. You can do anything that you want to do.’ That’s my message to her constantly. She knows she can do everything and probably more than her brothers can. We talk about it a lot,” Beckham said. “She wants to be an inventor and she’s very proud of that. She’s a strong smart woman — little woman.”

In truth, the singer-turned-designer’s own inner strength has bolstered over time. “The older I get the more I learn to trust my instinct,” she said. “Any time I made a mistake or could have done something better is because I haven’t followed my instinct.”

Zuleyka Rivera got slammed for her “poor” dancing skills and “naked” outfit during her “Despacito” Grammys performance, but the Puerto Rica...

Zuleyka Rivera got slammed for her “poor” dancing skills and “naked” outfit during her “Despacito” Grammys performance, but the Puerto Rican model says everyone missed the point.

On Monday, Twitter blasted Rivera’s dance and her sheer, fringed bodysuit. “She’s almost naked,” read one tweet, translated from Spanish. “The dress was horrible and she looks really bad. She is talented, beautiful, but why does she have to dress like a prostitute?” read another tweet, according to People.

The former Miss Universe defended herself on Instagram Monday night, insisting that her dance was more political than performance-oriented. “Joy and satisfaction, that’s how I describe my feelings in this instant,” she captioned a photo of herself and “Despacito” singers Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee.

She continued, “Last night was another memorable moment in my life where the eyes of the world were focused on Puerto Rico. An island that has suffered like never before this past year but keeps bringing talent and joy to the rest of the https://www.instagram.com/p/BeiKJVFhb7h/?taken-by=zuleykariveraworld through art. Last night was a historic night when Latin music paved the way. My seconds on the stage were a dream come true, a dream for which I appreciate the Recording Academy for their invitation and for giving the awards this touch of sensuality. Wardrobe? Performance? Award Shows? Trophies? For me, nothing is more important than the genuine satisfaction that we as boricuas [Puerto Ricans] made history again. It’s time to unite and keep succeeding together as Latinos.”

The mother of one couldn’t resist adding, “The day that all of those who gave negative criticism step on a Grammy stage is the day when their opinions will count. Until then, stay looking pretty sitting on the other side of the television screen.”

The backlash directed toward Rivera contrasted with much of the rest of the evening, which at times was a celebration of female empowerment, with celebrities wearing white roses in support of the #MeToo movement and Kesha turning in an emotional performance of “Praying” alongside Cyndi Lauper and Camila Cabello, following Janelle Monáe’s powerful introduction to the song.

“The reaction to this dancer is an example of how much burden we place on women to behave differently and better than men,” Margaret L. Signorella, a professor of psychology and women’s, gender, and sexuality studies at Pennsylvania State University, tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “We’re still implicitly assuming that women are responsible for ensuring men don’t get out of control with their sexual emotions.”

And the fact that Rivera is Latina can’t be ignored; research shows that women of color are hypersexualized in the media, while also being subjected to a social construct that “whitewashes” their ethnic heritage. As a result of this objectification, says Signorella, “there’s more responsibility placed on them to downplay their bodies.”

In light of claims that the #MeToo movement has largely excluded women of color, backlash toward Rivera — on a night that in other ways celebrated feminism and equality for women — isn’t surprising. Actress Blanca Blanco was also shamed when she bucked the all-black dress code in honor of #MeToo and wore a revealing red gown at the Golden Globes.

“I love red,” Blanco told Fox News. “Wearing red does not mean I am against the movement. I applaud and stand by the courageous actresses that continue to break the cycle of abuse through their actions and fashion style choices. It is one of many factors leading women to a safer place because of their status. I am excited about the Time’s Up movement; true change is long overdue.”

Ultimately, says Signorella, women can look sexy and fight sexism.

Viewers who tuned in to Kristin Cavallari’s new reality show, “Very Cavallari,” on E! may have noticed that although she and her husband, f...

Viewers who tuned in to Kristin Cavallari’s new reality show, “Very Cavallari,” on E! may have noticed that although she and her husband, former NFL quarterback Jay Cutler, talk a lot about their children, the kiddos were not featured in Sunday’s episode. 

And there’s a reason for that.

“My kids will not be on it,” the mother of three told People in last week’s issue. “They would love to watch the monitors and they were around sometimes when we would film, but we want to keep them kids. ... We want them to grow up as normal as possible. And so when they’re old enough to decide they want a camera in their face, that’s one thing, but for now we just want to keep them kids.”

The actress, who starred in “The Hills,” doesn’t even like to expose her children — Saylor James, 2; Jaxon Wyatt, 4; and Camden Jack, 5 — on social media. She told People in May: “If I post them, it’s of the back of their head or something to that degree.”

Her husband, who played for the Denver Broncos, Chicago Bears and Miami Dolphins, is also no stranger to television. People had reported that he was hesitant to participate in “Very Cavallari,” which will also focus on Cavallari’s budding jewelry and home goods business called Uncommon James. 

But apparently, Cutler had a change of heart. He appeared numerous times on the first episode, offering comic relief by dumping a cooler full of dead elk meat on their posh kitchen counter and explaining why he doesn’t wear heels.
Many people on Twitter thought Cutler stole the show.

Jada Pinkett Smith, now 46, is all about being authentic on her Facebook show, Red Table Talk. So on Monday’s show about addiction, the Gir...

Jada Pinkett Smith, now 46, is all about being authentic on her Facebook show, Red Table Talk. So on Monday’s show about addiction, the Girls Trip actress candidly answered a fan’s question about whether she’s ever had one.

“Yes, I’ve had several,” she said. “My sort of addictions jump. They jump around. When I was younger, I definitely think I had a sex addiction of some kind, yes.”

She thought that “everything could be fixed by sex.”

For her, it wasn’t necessarily the amount of sex that was the problem.

“It’s not what you’re doing, but who you’re with, why you’re doing it. It’s the behavior that’s attached to it,” Smith said. “Because if you want to have a lot of sex, that’s great, but why are you having all that sex? That’s what you gotta look at, you know what I mean?”

Smith also talked about a problem with excessive exercise and a struggle with alcohol that she’s mentioned in the past.

“Then I became a gym addict. I was just in the gym constantly,” she said. “And then I remember reaching the rock bottom, that time I was in the house by myself, and I had those two bottles of wine and was going for the third bottle, and it was like, ‘Now hold up. You in this house by yourself going for your third bottle of wine. You might have a problem.’ So I went cold turkey.”

In 2010, Smith revealed to Us Weekly that she’d already been sober for 13-plus years. She gave up alcohol around the same time she married husband Will Smith in 1997, which was not a coincidence, as she told Redbook in July 2011.

“I went through a time where there were lots of drugs and alcohol, and really, I was on the brink of death. And then Will scooped me up, brushed me off, and said, ‘There’s a diamond somewhere under here.’ I always knew there was something better for me out there, but the question was, did I want to take the journey to get to it? When Will came along, I had a reason.”

Smith’s sister-in-law, Will’s youngest sister Ashley Marie, joined Smith at the table and talked about her journey with marijuana. R&B singer August Alsina, a longtime Smith family friend, revealed his struggle with pain pills.

While Smith’s daughter Willow wasn’t part of the episode, Jada’s other regular co-host, mother Adrienne Banfield-Jones, was there, opening up about her heroin addiction Jada has talked about in the past. The Nutty Professor star once told Howard Stern that being a kid with a drug-addicted mother was “more scary than confusing because you’re pretty much on your own.”

Smith and her mom both teared up a few times.

“It’s difficult to talk about something that is gonna go out to the world,” Banfield-Jones said. “I couldn’t hide the unmanageability of my life, and the emotional damage and the spiritual damage I did to myself and to her. That was devastating. I abused drugs for over 20 years.”

She’s now been sober for 27 years.

Back in February, Marina Rinaldi (the inclusive clothing brand that’s under the Max Mara family) announced they were working with designer ...

Back in February, Marina Rinaldi (the inclusive clothing brand that’s under the Max Mara family) announced they were working with designer Fausto Puglisi on a new capsule collection. Called MR by Fausto Puglisi, the line debuted last week in Paris during the haute couture shows. Model Ashley Graham, a longtime collaborator of Marina Rinaldi will serve as ambassador.

Combining Puglisi’s love of sexy silhouettes, slits, and geometric patterns with Rinaldi’s sensual styles, the collaboration is full of luxurious, slinky dresses, embellished motorcycle jackets and fun miniskirts made for a night out. This is Puglisi’s first project designing clothes in the plus-size fashion space, taking inclusive style one more step closer to elevated fashion. “I like Marina Rinaldi’s message. The fabrics and workmanship must be exclusive, whereas all women must feel free to wear whatever they like, regardless of their size”, explained Puglisi.

While the full collection hits stores in September, if you’re really eager to check it out, from now until July 12, you can visit Marina Rinaldi stores and see select pieces. While you’re there you can also try on Puglisi’s most well known piece: the flashy biker jacket. It’s available for pre-order and will deliver in September.

From Harper's BAZAAR Kourtney Kardashian is still on vacation, and she's having the time of her life, if her Instagram feed is ...

From Harper's BAZAAR

Kourtney Kardashian is still on vacation, and she's having the time of her life, if her Instagram feed is anything to go by.

The 39-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star is still in Portofino, Italy with her children. After wearing the tiniest bikini last weekend, which featured translucent PVC straps, and showed a lot of skin, Kourtney upped her game by donning not one, but two different swimsuit looks in one day.

Firstly, Kourtney was spotted getting ice cream, while wearing a floral, retro bikini top with a matching skort. The reality star looked super chic in the vintage outfit, which she paired with some striking white sunglasses. Basically, she looked totally at home, strolling through the Italian streets, in what could've been a scene from Eat, Pray, Love:

The reality TV star also took to Instagram to show a second beach look, this time wearing a skimpy, and somewhat see-through, white one-piece. The revealing swimsuit showed off Kourtney's incredible physique, and left nothing to the imagination.

And to make the snap even sweeter, Kourtney captioned the photo, "what’s mine is yours," in reference to the fact that her daughter, Penelope, is wearing her mom's white sunglasses in the pic:

Shakira rocked the stage on Friday at Sant Jordi Palace in Barcelona, Spain, in an outfit that gave her plenty of freedom to showcase her d...

Shakira rocked the stage on Friday at Sant Jordi Palace in Barcelona, Spain, in an outfit that gave her plenty of freedom to showcase her dance moves.

The pop-rock star entertained her fans wearing a T-shirt, sneakers and embellished tights — no pants necessary. Her black tee had a lion emblazoned at the center surrounded by feathers that were covered in sequins. Shakira complemented the top with black leather high-top sneakers and sensual tights detailed with panels of sequins, fishnets and lacy patterns.

Taking to Instagram, Sharkia thanked the concertgoers and gave a challenge to next round of fans who will take in her show at the same venue on Saturday evening.

“You were in fine voice last night Barcelona! Question is, can tonight’s @palausantjordi crowd sing even louder?!” she captioned a video clip.

Among her supporters were her husband, soccer star and Nike ambassador Gerard Piqué, who watched the show alongside his FC Barcelona teammate Sergi Busquets.

 Performing to a sold-out one-night only show in Malaysia last Saturday was popular South Korean idol group, EXO. Local EXO-Ls as well ...

 Performing to a sold-out one-night only show in Malaysia last Saturday was popular South Korean idol group, EXO.

Local EXO-Ls as well as from other countries such as Indonesia, Singapore and Korea flocked Bukit Jalil's Axiata Arena since morning for the K-pop band's concert, "EXO PLANET #4 The ElyXiOn in Kuala Lumpur".

The 10,000-strong crowd brandished their lightsticks once they'd entered the indoor stadium and started chanting the band's name as they waited for the concert to begin.

EXO did not keep their fans waiting long, at just a little after 5, lights flooded the stage and they opened the show with "The Eve", followed by songs from their 2017 album ("The War: The Power of Music"), "Forever" and "Ko Ko Bop".

"Growl" and a dance battle between Xiumin and Baekhyun were performed next. For the latter, the remaining members disappeared off stage to prepare for their next stage.

Complicated is probably one of the words that could be used for their stage setting that followed Kai's solo performance ("I See You"). Impressive is another.

While the VCR continued playing on the big screens, showing EXO as they searched for their 'paradise' (the name of the concert, ElyXiOn, is derived from Elysium, which carries the meaning 'an ideal space habitat of perfect happiness where only the chosen ones are granted entry'), the setup onstage slowly started taking form.

Once the stage was brightly lit again, EXO was now performing in a bar.

From "Call Me Baby" to Suho's solo "Playboy" performance, the band sang and danced to a total of 10 songs in the beautiful bar setting. The tables, chairs and even countertop were seamlessly incorporated into their choreography, each serving as an extra elevated stage for the band to dance on.

Aside from providing a multi-tier stage, the setting also allowed the members to sit down at the tables or counter and take a breather in some of the performances they were not part of. When EXO-CBX performed "Ka-Ching!", only Chen, Baekhyun and Xiumin took center stage while the others rested behind them. It was also the prefect background for D.O. and Chanyeol's "For Life" performance, as it looked as though the members were enjoying a relaxing night out at a swanky bar as they listened to Chanyeol play the piano and D.O. smoothly serenade the crowd with the English version of the song.

Plus-size representation is never a bad thing. And considering the fact that fashion often excludes plus-size folks, it’s a welcome change ...

Plus-size representation is never a bad thing. And considering the fact that fashion often excludes plus-size folks, it’s a welcome change to see more plus-size models being included by the industry.

Still, given the recent controversies surrounding Stefano Gabbana — the designer reportedly called Selena Gomez “so ugly” in a Instagram comment — some of Ashley Graham’s fans aren’t happy that she recently walked in a Dolce & Gabbana show.

The Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda Fashion Show took place this week in Como, Italy. Graham was one of the models, and she walked the outdoor runway in a stunning black dress. She excitedly shared a video from the show on her Instagram account on Friday.

Plenty of fans commented with words of praise for Graham, pointing out how great she looked in the dress. But some fans questioned why Graham would support the controversial designers. “Why walk for a designer that unreasonably shames women?” one person commented.

Others pointed out that Dolce & Gabbana’s designers have been called out for fat shaming in the past. The brand was criticized in 2017 for selling sneakers that said “I’m thin & gorgeous.” As Revelist pointed out, the designers didn’t apologize either. Instead, Stefano Gabbana shared another fat-shaming post on Instagram, uploading a video of himself dancing and writing “fat and full of cholesterol” in his Instagram caption. Graham often shares details about her own workouts, so it’s understandable why fans might be upset at her working with someone who posted such a callous caption.

From Marie Claire At this point, it goes without saying that Chrissy Teigen is an amazing mom. In May, she and John Legend welcomed the...

From Marie Claire

At this point, it goes without saying that Chrissy Teigen is an amazing mom. In May, she and John Legend welcomed their second child, a son named Miles Theodore. On Saturday morning, Chrissy shared a topless photo of herself breastfeeding. Neither nipple is free, however, because Chrissy has a baby on each breast.

The other baby? One of Luna's dolls, because Chrissy is that kind of mom.

"Luna making me feed her babydoll so I guess I have twins now," Chrissy captioned the photo.

Last night, Chrissy posted a video of John Legend exemplifying #DadGoals. In the clip, John burps Miles while Luna climbs on his head like he's a jungle gym. And John takes it all in stride, like a pro.

And the Parents of the Century are, obviously, Chrissy and John.

Winter has come and gone—and we are not at all prepared for it. As the last season of Game Of Thrones stalks toward us like a relentless Wh...

Winter has come and gone—and we are not at all prepared for it. As the last season of Game Of Thrones stalks toward us like a relentless White Walker, the cast has been shooting their final scenes and taking to social media to say some hard goodbyes.

On Saturday, Maisie Williams was the latest GoT regular to bid the show adieu with an Instagram post that captures all the gory greatness of the Seven Kingdoms. Williams plays the badass Arya Stark, a character who goes from a precocious kid from Winterfell to a killing machine. The actress posted an image that captures Arya pretty accurately: A pair of white tennis shoes completely doused in blood.

"goodbye belfast. goodbye arya. goodbye game of thrones. what a joy i’ve had. here’s to the adventures to come #lastwomanstanding #barely #immasleepforthenextfouryears #justkiddingidontslee," Williams wrote.

The photo also sparked immediate rumors about whether or not the shoes are a clue about the final season: Maybe they mean Arya mets a grisly fate—or maybe they mean she keeps carrying out lethal vengeance on her foes.

Earlier this month, Emilia Clarke also said goodbye on Instagram, albeit with a much less brutal photo. She wrote a moving note about the GoT journey, which has allowed her to play the unforgettable Daenerys Stormborn a.k.a. the Mother of Dragons a.k.a. the Khaleesi of the Great Grass Sea a.k.a. the Unburnt a.k.a. the Breaker of Chains.

"Hopped on a boat to an island to say goodbye to the land that has been my home away from home for almost a decade," she wrote. "It’s been a trip @gameofthrones thank you for the life I never dreamed I’d be able to live and the family I’ll never stop missing #💔#lastseasonitis."

Nathalie Emmanuel, who plays Khaleesi's right hand Missandei, wrote a more ambiguous tribute to Belfast, where the show often shoots. "When you see the sunrise over Belfast with the people who, over the last 6 years, have become family... in a city that now feels like home. A new day marks new beginnings. Ain’t that the truth.... Love you all you crazy kids ❤️," she wrote.

Meanwhile, season-one favorite Jason Momoa joined the cast to commemorate the show's ending. Although he said he was only back for "kisses and hugs and The the black stuff," some fans speculated he might be back on location for something related to the show's finale.

"I’m so grateful to be apart of the greatest show on earth. I’m honored to be able to come to Ireland and celebrate with my friends. I’m just here for kisses and hugs and The black stuff 😜😜😜😜. mahalo David and Dan you are legends . Congrats to the talented crew and cast. Aloha j," he captioned a bunch of photos with the cast.

The real waterworks are going to start when Peter Dinklage and Kit Harrington weigh in. At least Harrington doesn't have Instagram—we know we're going to lose it when Jon Snow leaves us.

In the words of Tiffany Haddish, she ready…for a new car. And that’s exactly what she got in the form of a generous gift from Tyler Perry. ...

In the words of Tiffany Haddish, she ready…for a new car. And that’s exactly what she got in the form of a generous gift from Tyler Perry.

In the last year, the comedian and actress has become a household name thanks to her scene-stealing role in 2017’s Girls Trip, becoming Groupon’s spokesperson, that hilarious bit while presenting with Maya Rudolph at the Oscars, and her standout job as host of this year’s MTV Movie & TV Awards.

And now, “friend and big brother” Tyler Perry is rewarding the 38-year-old, who stars in his upcoming movie Nobody’s Fool, for all of her hard work. Haddish shared a video message and photos from Perry on Instagram Friday, where a week ago he revealed to her a very special gift: a blue Tesla Model X.

“When I tell you I cried so hard. I almost couldn’t believe it,” Haddish says in the caption, where she explains a man has never bought her a car and she’s always made payments. “This was just out the kindness of his heart and probably tired of me talking about it all the time and I didn’t have to do anything for it but a great job in our new movie Nobody’s Fool. Thank God for kind people that want to spread happiness.”

Perry tells Haddish in the video, above, that he understands her fears about whether she’s really made it and being hesitant to spend money on herself, but he assured her she’s not going anywhere and should enjoy what she’s worked tirelessly to achieve.

“I know it’s hard for you, it feels like you’re just coming into [money], but your career is taking off, you’re going to be around a really, really long time,” he assures her. “I know you’ve been talking about [getting a new car] for a long time, I was trying to talk you into going and get it, I tried talking you into calling the dealership, have them bring the car to you — you were like, ‘I don’t have time, I don’t have time’ — but I know what the real deal is: The real deal is, you gotta be okay with spending a little bit of money. So I wanted to gift this to you and say you deserve it and I’m excited for you.”

Prior to hosting the MTV Movie & TV Awards, Haddish got emotional telling EW about how she’s happy to be busy and tired from her nonstop work schedule — all because she’s able to provide care for her family.

“Seeing my grandmother — every time I come home she’s getting better and better, healing — and my mother is getting better,” she explained. “I got her out of the mental institution, got her the best doctors, the best nurses, food and everything, and watching this transformation it is…[pauses, gets choked up] it is just all worth it. I will be tired forever if I could see my family healed and better.”

Chrissy Teigen called US president Donald Trump a “dipshit” after he mocked the #MeToo movement and offered to give a rival politician a DN...

Chrissy Teigen called US president Donald Trump a “dipshit” after he mocked the #MeToo movement and offered to give a rival politician a DNA test while ridiculing her claims of Native American ancestry.

During a rally in the US state of Montana on Thursday, Mr Trump targeted Democratic senator Elizabeth Warren, challenging her to take a test and referring to her as Pocahontas.

He said: “We will take that little kit, we have to do it gently because we’re in the ‘Me Too’ generation. We will slowly toss it, hoping it doesn’t hit her and injure her arm.”

TV presenter and model Teigen, a prominent critic of Mr Trump, replied to a video of his comments on Twitter.

Calling the president a “dipshit”, she asked how he thinks a 23 And Me – a well known genetic testing kit in the US – works, adding:  “Where does he think you swab?”

In a follow-up tweet, she wrote: “And why would you have to toss it? where is he going with this? his brain is eating itself.”Teigen and her husband, the singer John Legend, have been outspoken critics of Mr Trump and last week they attended a protest against his immigration policies.

Teigen, 32, brought along the couple’s newborn son Miles Theodore to the rally in Los Angeles and gave a speech to a crowd of thousands.

She told how she was “incredibly proud” to be the daughter of an immigrant
while also performing a mocking impersonation of Mr Trump.

She put on a busty display at the Maxim Halloween party earlier this week, and now playboy model Lindsey Pelas has set hearts racing yet ag...

She put on a busty display at the Maxim Halloween party earlier this week, and now playboy model Lindsey Pelas has set hearts racing yet again.

The 26-year-old from Louisiana leaves very little to the imagination in her latest Instagram snap, wearing absolutely nothing for a photo shoot.

The blonde bombshell is seen lying down on the floor, completely naked, in the behind-the-scenes image captured on set.

"Oh $h*t! Working on a little something to be released VERY soon with @martin_depict (sic)," she has captioned the post, which has aleady attracted over 89,000 likes in less than 12 hours.



This comes after Lindsey wore almost next to nothing at the 2017 Maxim Halloween Party held in Los Angeles.





She sported a low-cut bra teamed with matching barely-there briefs, with the complete lingerie package of suspenders and sexy stockings.



Earlier this month she opened up about the struggles of having 30HH (Australian equivalent is 8GG) sized breasts.



She wrote on Instagram: "Doing my best sweet and innocent face when I'm in pain. Haha. It's crazy how being busty can make people see your personality so differently.



"Speaking of busty, also crazy how bad my back hurts right now. Working out with roughly 11 pounds on my chest (yea I got bored one day) is really trying on my back."

Kourtney Kardashian accused her sisters of bringing her “down on a daily basis” in a trailer for the upcoming season of Keeping Up With The...

Kourtney Kardashian accused her sisters of bringing her “down on a daily basis” in a trailer for the upcoming season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

Kourtney, 39, broke down while telling Kim and Khloe she does not want to be around them anymore.

Earlier in the clip, Khloe told the pair: “We’re each other’s best friends and biggest defenders, but we need to refocus.”

Later in the teaser, in a barb apparently aimed at Kourtney, Kim said: “She doesn’t want to be a Kardashian anymore.”

The upcoming season will see several members of the famous family give birth, with 37-year-old Kim welcoming a daughter, Chicago; Kylie Jenner, 20, giving birth to her first child, Stormi, in February and Khloe, 34, having a daughter, True, in April.

And the drama surrounding Khloe’s relationship with basketball star Tristan Thompson is also expected to be covered.

While Khloe was preparing to give birth to the couple’s first child, the athlete allegedly cheated.

Season 15 of Keeping Up With the Kardashians premieres August 5 on E!.

Harry Styles has won the 2018 Silver Clef Award for best live act after topping a public vote ahead of the likes of Adele, Ed Sheeran and F...

Harry Styles has won the 2018 Silver Clef Award for best live act after topping a public vote ahead of the likes of Adele, Ed Sheeran and Foo Fighters.

Styles, 24, received 60% of the vote as he successfully claimed the prize which he has won twice before as a member of the band One Direction.

The singer is currently  on his first global tour as a solo artist following the former X-Factor act’s split in 2016.  His self-titled album and single Sign Of The Times topped the UK charts and went platinum last year.

Grime artist Stormzy, metal band Iron Maiden and singer Dua Lipa were also among the 11 artists who had been shortlisted for the award.

The Silver Clef Awards recognise excellence in music and the ceremony helps to raise money for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins.

The winners of the remaining awards have already been announced ahead of this year’s event, which will be presented by broadcaster Edith Bowman at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.

Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters will be honoured with one of the lead prizes, the Silver Clef Award, which is presented for outstanding contribution to music.

Ellie Goulding is the recipient of the best female award while George Ezra has bagged the best male accolade.

Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant has been revealed as the recipient of the outstanding award, and this year’s icon award has been won by the Stereophonics.

Other winners include The Script, who have won the international award, classical award winners Michael Ball and Alfie Boe, and Bastille, who have won the best group award.

Sarah Hyland enjoyed some well-deserved fun in the sun on July 4. The Modern Family star celebrated Independence Day by the pool with frien...

Sarah Hyland enjoyed some well-deserved fun in the sun on July 4. The Modern Family star celebrated Independence Day by the pool with friends and seemed to have a blast. She looked good while doing it, too, rocking a tiny bikini.

The 27-year-old actress appears to be on the mend after last month’s hospitalization. Although she didn’t share many details about what happened, Hyland has openly talked about having dealt with chronic pain and illness all her life. At age 9, she was diagnosed with kidney dysplasia, which means the organs do not properly develop.

Hyland had to have a transplant in 2012 — and she wears her scars proudly. On her Instagram Story, the Vampire Academy star shared a selfie with her scars visible, adding the hashtag “#scarsondisplay.”

Noticeably absent from festivities was Hyland’s boyfriend, Wells Adams. The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise star celebrated July 4 with the Cyrus family in Nashville. Don’t take that to mean there is trouble in paradise, though. Adams made it clear on his Instagram Story that his girlfriend was on his mind.