Karrueche Tran wants everyone to know that she's NOT Rihanna.
Agreed! The only thing these ladies have in common is Brown!
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We are just so thrilled that Ireland has become the first country to legalize gay marriage!
But, we aren't the only ones celebrating!
J.K. Rowling took to Twitter on Saturday to share her excitement about the groundbreaking vote:
Sitting here watching the Irish make history. Extraordinary and wonderful.
— J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) May 23, 2015
Then, when a fan reached out to her about how Dumbledore — who the Harry Potter author has confirmed is gay — and other members of the wizarding world could be themselves in Ireland, J.K. decided to reference the highly rumored romance between the Hogwarts Headmaster and Gandalf from Lord of the Rings:
This might sound super simple, but it's life-changing!
A few months ago, we introduced you to Sean O'Brien aka #DancingMan.
The U.K. native initially became famous for a post on 4Chan (a photo-sharing site) that cruelly body-shamed him, and then even more famous for the outpouring of support.
A California woman named Cassandra Fairbanks started a campaign to find Sean using the hashtag #FindDancingMan, and his offline identity was quickly discovered.
Sean is having the last
laugh dance, because he's the guest of honor at a massive dance party being held in Los Angeles this weekend and deejayed by Moby! Other celebrities going to show Sean support include Pharrell, Andrew W.K., and Monica Lewinsky.
So who does Sean feel sorry for most? Not himself!
Tess Holliday stays winning!
Earlier this year she became the first plus-size model of her particular size and height (she's 5'5" and currently a size 22) to be signed to a major agency — MiLK Management in London.
And this month she's landed her first major magazine cover with this appearance on the front of People!
Not only that, but she gets profiled inside the publication as well!
The 29-year-old has come a long, long way from her days as a bullied teen who was rejected after her first casting call at age 15, when she was told, "You have a pretty face, but you're too short and you're too big."
Tess didn't let that stop her, though, and nearly 15 years later she's landed several major campaigns — with Torrid and Benefit Cosmetics — been on the cover of LA Weekly, and now finds herself busier than ever!
"My phone still hasn't stopped ringing. It's good, but it's a lot! I just got back from London three weeks ago. I'm going to New York this week, then next week I'm going to Montreal and New York again. Then I go to Seattle, New Orleans and Vegas after that, all for work!"
We predict even greater things on the horizon! Yay!
[Image via People]