Things are heating up so fast!
According to Us Weekly, Swift is on cloud nine right now:
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JCPenney is spreading some serious body positivity!
The department store's new ad campaign, Here I Am, features fierce females like Project Runway winner Ashley Nell Tipton, best-selling author Jes Baker, and even singer Mary Lambert, who was featured on Macklemore's pro-LGBT song Same Love.
All these lovely ladies opened up about how their size shouldn't define them in the company's newest promo, which is all about curve confidence!
Jes proudly exclaimed that all women are capable of anything, regardless of their size, saying:
"We're countering a lifetime of learned hatred. Fat girls can do whatever they want. I thought I couldn't wear a bikini and I can, and I love it."
The gorgeous gal also explained she's finally learning to accept herself:
"That's a pretty powerful thing for me, especially when you've been taught your entire life that you need to shrink or hide or disappear."
Mary echoed that sentiment, expressing:
"My size is not an indicator of my worth."
Style blogger Gabi Fresh also appeared in the campagin, and said that being skinny wouldn't change who she is as a human being:
Now that's how you make an entrance!
Finding Dory dominated the box office this weekend — which was more or less expected.
But what NOBODY expected was just how much money it racked up. We're talking Biggest. Animated. Opening. Ever!!!
That's right — the sequel to Finding Nemo set an ALL-TIME box office record for an animated film's opening weekend when it pulled in $136.2 million over the last couple days in theaters!!
That total absolutely blows by the previous record holder, Shrek The Third, which did $121.6 million back in '07.
It also blows by Toy Story 3 — which had previously been Pixar's highest-grossing animated film on an opening weekend when it did
This is AMAZING!
On Thursday, Bloomberg learned that a bunch of big businesses will NOT be funding this year's GOP Convention! With Donald Trump as the presumptive Republican nominee, it appears as though these major companies are refusing to invest in the Cleveland convention because of the controversial candidate.
Companies like Wells Fargo, UPS, Motorola, JPMorgan Chase, Ford, and Walgreens have all backed out of sponsoring the major political event, even though they all pitched in for the last one in 2012!
Although none of the corporations would explicitly say WHY they're refusing to fund the 2016 convention, all signs point to Donald… especially since he's criticized Ford on the campaign trail.
And while many of these businesses also insist they won't be supporting the Democratic National Convention either, an insider explained that Wells Fargo will still fund this year's DNC.
What do U think about all this, Perezcious readers??
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