Turns out even celebrities read celebrity gossip.
The woman who was sexually assaulted by Brock Turner in 2015 shared her wisdom with fellow survivors in a Glamour essay.
"I am trying to disrupt systems – systems that we in this country take as gospel," the "When They See Us" director said.
The "View" co-host recalled the 2020 candidate's "born to be in it" remark from his Vanity Fair profile.
“It can be very empowering to say, ‘Make fun of me. Do it,'" the freshman member of Congress said.
The palace labeled the report as "totally false."
The supermodel made sure all eyes were on her after the Academy Awards.
The actress gets real about her "addictive personality" in the new issue of Glamour UK.
Editor-in-Chief Will Welch took the helm amid larger upheavals within the magazine's parent company, Condé Nast.
Judge Rosemarie Aquilina came under fire earlier this year when she told the former USA Gymnastics doctor that she had signed his “death warrant."
Editor-in-Chief Samantha Barry told The New York Times, "That monthly schedule, for a Glamour audience, doesn’t make sense anymore.”
The couple shared an emotional onstage moment at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards.
Clinton celebrated everyone from the "lifetime politicos to first-time candidates" who ran for public office in last week's elections.
The co-anchors of Weekend Update on "SNL" can't keep straight faces as they grill each other.
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“That whole experience put me in such a messed-up place for a long time," the "Girls Trip" actress said.
And for the first time ever, a black photographer has shot the cover.
Although every other major website manages somehow.
The writer-actress says the people she dates "have to be funny, doing something they love.”