Drake took to Instagram to remember Redway, posting two different tributes.
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Uh-oh, this isn't good news for Jessica Alba!
In recent weeks, Jessica's sunscreen from her Honest Company has come under fire for it's lack of effectiveness — AKA a lot of people are getting SUNBURNED! Oops!
While Alba's Honest products are often praised for their organic ingredients, the mineral based sunscreen is reportedly not up to snuff.
Check out some consumer reactions (below)!
All moms are nice, right?!
In reality, that's not the case. On Wednesday, Jessica Alba revealed in an interview that she struggled when she first became a parent after feeling "confused" and "judged." Oh no!
"Doesn't it feel like the mean girl thing from high school sort of just transforms into adulthood through motherhood? I think it has to do with hormones, right?"
Hmm, very inneresting. We agree with the starlet though — not everyone leaves high school behind!
We couldn't be happier for Amy Schumer!
Even though Ant-Man may have been No. 1 at the box office this weekend, it was Schumer's Trainwreck that seemed to be all the rage!
Not only does it have great reviews by fans and critics, but celebs seemed to go crazy for it an let their love for the comedienne by know by sharing their love on Twitter!
Ch-ch-check out some of the best celeb reactions (below) to the hit comedy and go see it for yourself if you haven't yet! It's absolutely HIGH-larious!
This is a strange call on Fox's part.
In anticipation of the reboot of Fantastic Four, we're guessing a lot of fans are keen to revisit the 2005 version starring Jessica Alba and Chris Evans. Well, those people are out of luck, because both Fantastic Four and its 2007 sequel Rise Of The Silver Surfer have become as invisible as Sue Storm!
Fox has removed the earlier iterations of the Marvel superheroes from both iTunes and Amazon streaming!
According to insiders, the move is to keep the films
Gwyneth Paltrow thinks comparing Goop to other female celebrity lifestyle brands is, well… poop.
Lately, several A-list actresses have been launching companies that reflect their personality and taste.
So what does Miz Paltrow think about all of this?
She believes it's silly to compare all four, which are so different from each other!
In an interview with TIME Magazine which drops on Friday, The Royal Tenenbaums star SLAMS the media for lumping any and all female-driven ventures!
The 42-year-old exclaimed:
"This is a very interesting question, because I wonder if George Clooney would be asked about Puff Daddy's ancillary liquor line. I'm fascinated how the media in particular are so confounded by entrepreneurial women doing something outside of their box."
In fact, she highlights how distinctive each enterprise is!
"Jessica [Alba], especially, who's a friend of mine—our businesses could not be more different. There's not a lifestyle piece to her business. The fundamentals of our sites are very different. Reese launched—our businesses have similarities, but hers has retail. People are grasping at straws to tie us together and I get it, because it makes a good story, but I'm slightly offended by this sort of generalization that happens with myself and Jessica and Reese and Blake. Yes, there are similarities. But there aren't stories in TIME written saying, "Wow, look at Arnold Schwarzenegger, who did x, y, and z!"'
Preach the truth girl!
The mother of two even thinks making such juxtapositions is absolutely sexist!
"I feel there's something slightly misogynistic about it."
However, does the blonde bombshell even have a tint of jealousy regarding the success of these different projects?
Not at all!
"I'm friends with [Jessica and Reese] and I speak to both of them and I want to do everything I can to support their businesses… I feel very proud when Jessica was on the cover of Forbes. I think that's amazing. You can quantitatively say, "Look what she's done, she's been able to conceive of a business and scale it to that size, in that amount of time."'
Gwyneth is definitely a girl's girl!
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Jessica Alba is making big bucks these days, but not like her acting peers!
Nope. Girlfriend is dabbling in some entrepreneur shiz and she's seriously making a fortune from it!
While Jess is still a working actress in the entertainment industry, she's also focusing on other things.
One of the 34-year-old's priorities, besides her family, is her company, The Honest Company — which led her to become the cover gal for Forbes magazine's America's Richest Self-Made Women issue!
Although the mother of two isn't number one on that list, she does have a hefty $200 million that she's sitting on top of from the company!
Jessica co-founded The Honest Company in 2012 and in just a short amount of time, it's now valued at $1 billion and the actress currently holds a 15 to 20 percent stake in the business.
Jessica revealed she came up with the idea for the company in 2008 when she was pregnant with her first child.
After washing a bunch of onesies she received at her baby shower with some standard detergent, she found herself breaking out and that began the search for something chemical-free that's safe for babies and everyone in the world!
"I felt like my needs weren't being met as a modern person. I want beautiful design like everybody else. But it shouldn't be premium-priced, and it should, of course, be safe."
And the rest is basically history.
After doing extensive research about chemical free baby products and finding things that were just absurdly priced, the 34-year-old went on to create a blossoming business by making safe and affordable products.
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