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On Tuesday, Melissa McCarthy took a break from filming the upcoming Ghostbusters reboot to promote the girl power behind the female-led film!
The Spy star posed with her castmates Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon, and Leslie Jones holding a banner that read "Girl Power" (above)!
Standing behind the leading ladies were the rest of the female cast and crew members of the Sony film — holding signs of their credits on the production, ranging from "actor" to "set PA!"
McCarthy shared the image on her Twitter with the caption:
A night full of stars!
At this point Taylor Swift is pretty much known for having at least one special guest come out on stage during every show on her 1989 tour.
Well now she quite a few stars more to add to that list as she not only got the chance to sing You Oughtta Know with none other than Alanis Morissette but she sang Goodbye Earl with Natalie Maines from the Dixie Chicks!
Oh yeah, AND Ellen DeGeneres came on stage in a silver one-piece to get her groove on during Taylor's performance of Style.
Suki Waterhouse was also in the crowd and posted a sweet video to Instagram thanking the 25-year-old singer for a great night!
Ch-ch-check out all the performances, Ellen dancing on stage with Tay-Tay as well as Kate and Jessica's sweet snaps with their kids (below)!
If you have way more awards off the air than on, you may have too many awards. Just sayin', Teen Choice Awards!
Srsly, even if you watched the whole show, you probably didn't hear about all these surfboards!
But luckily for you, we paid extra close attention to the gazillion awards that weren't even mentioned on the air — and who took them home!
See the big winners from tonight (below)!
WATCH YOUR STEP, GIRL!
While presenting the award for Choice Comedian with Skylar Astin, Sarah Hyland totally tripped on stage!
However, being the trooper she is, the Modern Family star quickly recovered to present the award to Ellen DeGeneres!
You go, chica!
Don't worry, Sarah! Those stairs must be so slippery, and walking in heels is DAMN hard!
What's even better is that the actress has a sense of humor about the spill!
She tweeted shortly afterward:
We absolutely love this coordinating couple! And can we just add, happy 7th anniversary, you two!
The comedienne and her wife both chose black and white outfits, with Ellen in a casual sweatshirt and skinny jeans and Portia slaying a printed jumpsuit!
We don't see a single flaw!
They look stunning and so happy! Check out a closer look at Portia's (below)!
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Soap operas have been around for almost 70 years, but there's one storyline that's never been tackled before — until today!
Maya Avant and Rick Forrester will tie the knot on Wednesday's episode of the Bold and the Beautiful. What makes this wedding historic is that it's the first ever to include a transgender character.
On the show, Maya Avant is a trans woman. She's played by actress Karla Mosley. And while Karla is not trans in real-life, B&B does include a transgender actor — Scott Turner Schofield. Scott's character Nick will be officiating Maya and Rick's wedding.
Scott gave us some EXCLUSIVE insights into the storyline as well as his experience being a transgender actor on daytime television.
Soap opera viewers and advertisers have been traditionally more conservative, but Scott says they've really embraced him and the Maya and Rick relationship:
"Everybody knows a gay or lesbian or bisexual person. Even if it's only Ellen DeGeneres. Now people know a transgender person — Caitlyn Jenner, Laverne Cox, Maya, even maybe me. But in reality, everybody knows a person in their own small town now who is LGBT. People want to see their brother's, classmate's, colleague's lives told well. They demand it with us and for us with their voices and their remote controls and their dollars."
Scott attributes the storyline's success to the writing. Head writer Bradley Bell runs the scripts by GLAAD and even gives Scott veto power. Scott says it's a dramatic change from how LGBT characters were portrayed even just a few years ago.
He will surely be missed!
As we reported, football legend Frank Gifford died at the age of 84 in his Connecticut home on Sunday morning.
And not surprisingly, on Monday morning, TODAY paid a touching tribute to the athlete.
In a very emotional segment, host and good friend, Hoda Kotb, recalls a conversation she had with wife Kathie Lee Gifford about how his death should not be looked at as a tragedy, but rather a celebration of his life and accomplishments.
To see the heartwarming video, ch-ch-check out the clip (below).