There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
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We love this!
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:
The Modern Family actress stars in her own feature for Cosmo's March issue and not only did she look like she was having a ball, but she was werking it for the camera, too!
Wearing a tie dye BLANKNYC, Buffalo David Bitton tee, Levi's shorts, and Nasty Gal booties in one shot, Sarah epitomized 20s fun style!
Major fail, Old Navy!!
The Gap-owned brand has found itself in some hot water again after up-charging for their women's plus-size jeans.
And with a range between a $12 to $15 price increase, customers are calling out this very obvious discrepancy! Especially considering all men's jeans remain the same price regardless the size.
A Change.Org petition has even been launched to change Old Navy's pricing policies, garnering over 35,000 signatures already! Renee Posey, the creator of the petition, shared:
And they've landed on a gay couple, which is sorta appropriate considering the phallic shape of their eponymous fruit. Ha!!
Anyway. Nestled in with a handful of other “real” couples and families is one of the cutest same-sex couples in existence: interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent! In case you weren’t aware, Nate’s known for his design work with Oprah while Jeremiah was formerly employed by Rachel Zoe.
The dashing pair poses in multiple amazing pics, and their true love totally shines through!
Trey Laird, the chief creative officer behind the new campaign, explained that the latest ads were meant:
EVERY brand tested was guilty of selling tainted children's products!! One specific example is Burberry’s metallic tees from Tunisia, which contain nonylphenol ethoxylates that degrade into nonylphenols and can disrupt hormones.
A Greenpeace East Asia Detox campaigner voiced the troubling implications of the find, saying:
"This is a nightmare for parents everywhere looking to buy safe clothes for their children. These chemicals are in everything, from exclusive luxury designs to affordable fashion, and from T-shirts to shoes. What's worse, they are accumulating in our waterways, especially China's rivers and oceans, leaving a long-lasting environmental mess for our future generations."
Hopefully he didn’t wear the shirt long enough to cause permanent damage!!
Burberry denies the harmfulness of the chemicals, however, and released the following statement: