It's a big day for Bella Thorne!
The Scream alum opened up about her sexuality, simply responding:
[Image via Bella Thorne/Snapchat.]
Never have we agreed more with someone who didn't say a word!
Political commentator Angela Rye gave an eye-roll of epic proportions on Wednesday night during a CNN Tonight segment after the Democratic National Convention.
Rye was sitting on a panel to discuss Hillary Clinton's historic nomination, but couldn't stop herself from rolling her eyes when conservative correspondent Kayleigh McEnany tried to remind everyone that Donald Trump has done "great things" just like Hillary.
After criticizing Clinton for her leadership in the State Department, McEnany was asked by host Don Lemon what she thought of Bill Clinton's DNC speech, in which he referenced Hillary's record of "helping with school and adoptive parents."
When McEnany shot back with "Donald Trump has done great things in his private time, too," Rye could not contain her disgust — and let out one historic eye-roll:
We've sure got a lot to look forward to in the future as Hillary Clinton was officially declared the Presidential nominee for the Democratic Party on Tuesday night at the Democratic National Convention!
While there were plenty of inspiring moments from last night's event, including Bill Clinton's touching speech and Alicia Keys' performance, one of the most unforgettable ones was the video a TON of celebs made singing Rachel Platten's Fight Song in the style of Pitch Perfect!
Of course, there was no one more appropriate to lead the group than Pitch Perfect 2's director Elizabeth Banks as she was joined by Mandy Moore, Aisha Tyler, Jaime King, Jane Fonda, Connie Britton, Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel, Ian Somerhalder, Nikki Reed, Julie Bowen, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, America Ferrera, and Eva Longoria.
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing video (below) and share your thoughts on the election so far!
This girl is DEFINITELY on fire!
On Tuesday, at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Hillary Clinton became the first female US presidential nominee!
After Bill Clinton and Meryl Streep gave passionate speeches urging voters to bring the former First Lady back to The White House, Alicia Keys took the stage and delivered kick-ass performances of Superwoman, In Common, and Girl On Fire!
Afterward, Hillary released a message thanking everyone for their support. Overall, it was a beautiful and inspiring night.
To see Alicia's performance and Hillary's message, ch-ch-check out the clip (above)!
The 42nd President of the United States speaks!
From meeting her at Yale University, to being by her side as she squares off against Donald Trump, the former Governor of Arkansas spent nearly an hour listing his wife's brilliant achievements.
Regardless of your beliefs, you have to admit Hillary is truly a "change maker."
Watch a clip of Bill's speech (above)!
BITCH YouTube BETTER HAVE MY MONEY!
Recently, the two divas — along with artists including Paul McCartney, Kings Of Leon, Steven Tyler, and Lionel Richie – have signed a petition urging Congress to reform the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which was signed into law by Bill Clinton in 1998.
The petition — organized by music manager Irving Azoff — believes that tech companies have used the law to make money while singers and songwriters get zilch.
Just call Hillary Clinton grandma!
As we previously reported, the Presidential hopeful's daughter Chelsea Clinton announced on Twitter over the weekend that she had given birth to her second child, named Aidan Clinton Mezvinsky. LOVES it!
Shortly after her announcement, Hillary and her husband Bill Clinton made sure to also take to the social media site to show off the newest member of their famous family. Aww!
For the pic (above), the Democratic candidate penned: