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  • Reese Witherspoon fighting for change in 2019

    Reese Witherspoon fighting for change in 2019 Reese Witherspoon will continue to "celebrate risk takers" who "fight for change" in 2019 and beyond. The 'Big Little Lies' star spoke of her pride at what Hollywood has achieved in the last 12 months with the Time's Up movement, which was launched at the start of 2018 to raise awareness of sexual harassment in the industry and wider world. Alongside a number of photographs from last year's Golden Globes ceremony, she wrote on Instagram: "I will forever remember last year's #GoldenGlobes, when we stood together in solidarity to fight for equality, parity, safety and inclusion. Good luck to all the nominees tonight! And may w…
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  • Charlize Theron: Parenthood is incredible but messy

    Charlize Theron: Parenthood is incredible but messy Charlize Theron thinks parenthood is "incredible but messy". The 'Atomic Blonde' star - who has son Jackson and daughter August - understands the "pressure" mothers can be under and is glad her latest movie 'Tully', in which she plays a stressed out mother-of-three who hires a night nanny, is showing a more real portrayal of the trials and tribulations of motherhood. Speaking to E! News' Ryan Seacrest, she said: "I was coming out of the early stages of being incredibly sleep deprived [when I got the script for 'Tully']. To me, it felt like something that felt super authentic. I think parenthood is incredible but it's messy. We …
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  • Hailey Bieber pens open letter about anxiety

    Hailey Bieber pens open letter about anxiety Hailey Bieber has called on women to support women as she admits to suffering anxiety due to her insecurities. The 22-year-old model - who is married to pop superstar Justin Bieber - has penned an open letter on Instagram and vowed to be speak more about her issues and allow herself to be "more vulnerable" to help others who, like her, constantly feel the need to compare themselves to others on social media. Admitting she can get "angry" and feel "fragile" at times and never feels like she is "good enough", Hailey wrote alongside a picture of herself smiling whilst throwing up the peace sign: "stepping into 2019 I want to be …
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  • Ric Flair to return to RAW to honour 'Mean' Gene Okerlund

    Ric Flair to return to RAW to honour 'Mean' Gene Okerlund Ric Flair is to return to 'WWE Raw' to celebrate the life of 'Mean' Gene Okerlund. The 69-year-old former wrestler is set to come face to face with his former rival Hulk Hogan when he returns to the show to honour Okerlund, who passed away on Wednesday (02.01.19). Flair and Okerlund were famous amongst fans of WCW for their weekly "Mean...Wooo! By God... Gene" moments whilst Okerlund conducted one of Flair's most famous interviews after he won the Royal Rumble and WWE Championships in 1992. It comes after it was revealed Hulk Hogan will return to Raw to celebrate the life of Okerlund. It will be the 65-year-old star's app…
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  • Saoirse Ronan warned about Hollywood

    Saoirse Ronan warned about Hollywood Saoirse Ronan was "warned" she would find it hard to get acting jobs when she turned 18. The 'Mary Queen of Scots' star - who found fame as a child - was told it would be trickier to find movies to star in as she got older because there is no "interesting" roles out there for young women. She told Deadline: "For me I think it was a slightly different thing because I started when I was young, so there wasn't that pressure. But one of the things that I did experience during my teenage years, and every female warned me, 'When you get to about 18, the roles just stop and nothing comes in and there will be nothing interesting out …
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