Oh, blessed day!
Back to the drawing board, Drumpster!
This reaction is electrifying!!
After the successful Women's March in January, male and female celebrity feminists have been VVV vocal. Which is why we're not surprised so many have taken to the web for International Women's Day.
Spread those messages of badass female empowerment, y'all!
Ch-ch-check out the celebs (male and female) who've spoken out to celebrate women on social media (below):
Jessica Chastain has a larger-than-life personality on the big screen, but she's MUCH more timid IRL!
During Wednesday night's episode of Inside The Actors Studio, the 39-year-old explained she has suffered from crippling shyness ever since she was a child, and even used to refer to herself as an 'ugly duckling'!
In fact, the gorgeous gal explained she was almost sent into a panic in the middle of her conversation with James Lipton, saying:
"I'm almost having a breakdown right now."
She confessed to the host that she's still incredibly shy to this day, but explained why she was drawn to the public art of acting and performing.
The California native dished:
These are good as gold!
We've already shown you a few of the big snubs and surprises… but now it's time to celebrate with your favorite celebs!
A-Listers like Kerry Washington, Hailee Steinfeld, and Gina Rodriguez made sure to thank the Hollywood Foreign Press Association on social media — but we think Ryan Reynolds definitely had the best tweet, hands down.
Although, the Stranger Things boys may have him beat with pure excitement…
Awards season is in full swing.
How do we know this? Well, on Monday morning, the nominees for the 74th Golden Globes were announced!
And since 2016 gave us so many phenomenal films and TV shows, it's no wonder the nominations list read by Don Cheadle, Laura Dern, and Anna Kendrick was chock-full of A-listers honored by the Hollywood Foreign Press.
Jimmy Fallon is gonna have all kinds of fun teasing these celebs while hosting the Globes at the start of next year! LOLz.
Ch-ch-check out the full list of nominees (below)!
As we're SURE you're probably aware, the second Presidential debate went down Sunday night at Washington University in St Louis, Missouri — and it certainly was interesting, to say the least!
Since there was that whole MASSIVE scandal over the weekend regarding Donald's sexist remarks in 2005, the candidates of course addressed what the 70-year-old was caught on tape saying and celebs tore him apart online!
The former Celebrity Apprentice star tried to brush off his lewd comments saying it was just "locker room" talk, but stars like Anna Kendrick, Mark Ruffalo, Katy Perry, Stephen Colbert, and of course Rosie O'Donnell weren't having it at all!
Ch-ch-check out ALL of the best Twitter reactions (below) and let us know what you thought of last night's showdown!