We were so waiting for this!
Elaborating on her pro-Ye stance, the beauty explained:
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You can always count on Rose McGowan to speak her mind!
On Wednesday, Rose took to the Hollywood Reporter to voice her opinion on a recent essay criticizing Renee Zellweger's looks. The piece in question, which was written by a MAN, essentially asked whether or not Renee is the same actress she was years ago considering the recent changes in her face.
Yep, we can't make this sh*t up.
Luckily for women everywhere, feminist watchdog McGowan decided to pen a flawless response to the offending writer and let's just say she killed it. From calling out those who "viciously" take part in the hurtful double standards to using examples from her own past struggles with misogyny to illustrate her point, this essay is a must-read for EVERYONE.
In the actress' scathing opening paragraph, she writes:
"Owen Gleiberman, this is not a counterpoint. There is no counterpoint, there is no defense for the indefensible. Renee Zellweger is a human being, with feelings, with a life, with love and with triumphs and struggles, just like the rest of us. How dare you use her as a punching bag in your mistaken attempt to make a mark at your new job. How dare you bully a woman who has done nothing but try to entertain people like you. Her crime, according to you, is growing older in a way you don't approve of. Who are you to approve of anything?"
Dayum! The outspoken gal really summed it up best when she argued that there's "no defense for the indefensible"!
Deeper in the essay, the Charmed alum recalled disturbing memories of her time in Hollywood which more than explains why she's particularly sensitive about this issue:
While the first two Bridget Jones movies had their fair share of raunchy comedy, the third film of the franchise definitely seems the most filthy… and we LOVE it!
The second trailer for Bridget Jones's Baby dropped on Tuesday, and for this second trimester of marketing, Universal is definitely pushing the love triangle angle of it all.
Plus, who doesn't love a tasteful gay joke to close out a video?? LOLz!
This is gonna be one mother of a movie!
Ch-ch-check out the second trailer for Bridget Jones's Baby (above)!!!
The internet can be a harsh place.
On Sunday, Meg Ryan took the stage at the Tony Awards to introduce the She Loves Me cast's performance. Instead of commenting on the spectacular medley, users on Twitter decided to make the 54-year-old's physical appearance a major talking point.
While we can't say we LOVED the sheer sleeves on Miz Ryan's ivory dress, we don't think the ensemble was a total disaster as the sparkly bodice certainly stood out.
Be sure to take a look at what everyone had to say about Miz Ryan's awards show look for yourself (below)!
She's finally back!
But the actress has made her return, and she sounds more grounded and ready than ever to be making headlines for her amazing roles!
And she's back as the beloved Bridget Jones in Bridget Jones' Baby to be released in September!
We missed you, girl!
The 47-year-old covers Vogue UK and explains to the magazine why she took a film break for six years.
Read on for HIGHlights!
OMG, this looks like SO much more fun that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice!
Last week we got the premiere of one of the biggest superhero movies of all time, but it wasn't nearly as exciting as the premiere of the trailer for Bridget Jones's Baby!
One we would TOTALLY watch, btw!
Ch-ch-check out the ridiculous rom com remix (below)!
Bridget Jones in no way has everything under control — she's single again (NO! What happened with Colin Firth?!) and she's pregnant.
Renee Zellweger returns to the beloved character for more hilarity, more romance, and more impeccable fake British accents — just in time for motherhood in Bridget Jones's Baby!
We can't wait to find who is the father of Bridget Jones's unborn child — and apparently, neither can the cast!
That's because Bridget Jones's Baby has THREE different endings, and not even the cast knows which one will be used in the final cut of the film!
Renée Zellweger revealed that the identity of who knocked up her character, along with who Bridget will end up with, will remain a secret until the film's premiere!
Speaking to the Sunday Express, the actress said: