I find it ironic that as we continue the battle against bullying in schools and amongst the A-list, it is in that very same cultural sphere that people use their cause as their weapon. Although I often disagree with comments made in the media, I more firmly believe that it isn't my place to call someone out for their opinion.
Some touching acceptance speeches, some political activism, and some complete disregard for the "start wrapping up your speech, please" music. But who can blame them? Here's exactly WHY the actors and actresses rocked their speeches, not only for WHAT they said, but HOW they said it.
It's official: Zendaya is our hero. After writing a passionate and intelligent defence of her dreadlocks after "Fashion Police
We admit that we were pretty disappointed that Emma Watson didn't attend the 2015 Oscars on Sunday (because remember what
Bravo, Zendaya! On Tuesday, Feb. 24, the 18-year-old actress took to Twitter to defend her dreadlocks after "Fashion Police
An outfit just isn't an outfit without some great accessories! Case in point: Sunday night's Oscars 2015 red carpet. Some
The 2015 Oscars red carpet was a glorious spectacle, but it was lacking a bit of somethin' somethin'. As the editors of HuffPost
One of the biggest nights in fashion, the 2015 Oscars, has come and gone, but we're still obsessing over the fabulous red
You know you're going to see something great happen when Benedict Cumberbatch walks the red carpet. (Who can forget his amazing
The Oscars 2015 red carpet may be all about gorgeous gowns, but a star's beauty look is just as important! And at yesterday's
Most Academy Award winners stay safe with their speeches, thanking family members and colleagues. But Graham Moore decided
There's a reason why we call her our Queen! On Sunday night, Beyonce shut down the Vanity Fair Oscars 2015 party when she
It's rare we see Solange make a style mishap but when it happens, we're crushed. So when the singer showed up at the 2015
She brought down the house (and the Internet) with her staggering "Sound of Music" medley but before that, Lady Gaga stole
The fashion didn't stop at the 2015 Oscars red carpet Sunday night, oh no: in fact, the Oscars after-parties seemed to make
Celebrities like Reese Witherspoon and Amy Poehler are promoting a campaign that urges journalists to go beyond the typical fashion questions women are asked on red carpets.
Depending on who you ask, the 2015 Oscars ceremony will probably go down as one of the most boring in the Academy's history
Jason Wu And Karlie Kloss Hollywood's top stars were out at the 2015 Oscars on Sunday night, and boy did they bring the glamour
And Graham Moore, too! Congrats Eddie Redmayne! Sorry, bud We noticed one big omission in the tribute reel Creepy John Travolta
Patricia Arquette wasn't alone when she accepted the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her wonderful performance in "Boyhood