This is so moving!!
Jennifer Aniston was at the Giffoni Film Festival in Italy over the weekend, being presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award for her work in television and film, but it turned out to be a notable trip thanks to one VERY inspiring moment!
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The Friends actress was taking part in a Q&A with children and teens from all over the world, when one teen dropped a bomb of a question on her in front of the entire audience:
"I'd like to know if you ever had a moment in which you get up in the morning and you don't know who you are?"
Jennifer — who immediately got visibly emotional and had to try really hard to rein in her tears while answering, poured out her heart in response to the incredibly deep, important question, saying:
All good things must come to an end.
On Thursday at Comic-Con, producers and stars of the hit MTV show Teen Wolf announced that season six would be their last.
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According to showrunner and executive producer Jeff Davis:
"Teen Wolf has been an extraordinary journey, one that captured the hearts and imaginations of fans more than we could've ever imagined… We're eternally grateful for the support we've received over these past six years and we're excited to take our brave fans on one last, thrilling adventure."
Stars Tyler Posey, Holland Roden, Dylan Sprayberry, Cody Christian, and Khylin Rhambo all attended the bittersweet panel in San Diego.
The series — which also featured actors such as Tyler Hoechlin and Colton Haynes — is the network's longest-running original scripted series of all time.
The final season will begin its 20-episode run in November, and will conclude in 2017.
These wolves will howl at the moon for the very last time.
Being a teenager is hard, especially when your best friend starts hooking up with your douchey older brother!
That's what Hailee Steinfeld has to deal with in the new coming-of-age film The Edge of Seventeen!
In the first red band trailer, the Pitch Perfect 2 actress stars as high school outcast Nadine, who has a hard time dealing with life when she catches her all-star, mega popular brother (Blake Jenner) in bed with her BFF (Haley Lu Richardson). Talk about a girl's worst nightmare!
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If you love John Hughes classics like Sixteen Candles, we have a feeling this contemporary coming-of-age film will be the must see comedy of the season!
Ch-ch-check out the hilarious NSFW red band trailer (below) and catch The Edge of Seventeen in theaters later this year!
Martha Stewart ain't got time for Generation
In a recent interview with Luxury Listings NYC, the lifestyle guru totally bashes millennials for being lazy slobs who live in their mom's basement!
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The businesswoman said:
"I think every business is trying to target millennials. But who are millennials? Now we are finding out that they are living with their parents. They don't have the initiative to go out and find a little apartment and grow a tomato plant on the terrace."
However, Miz Stewart isn't without sympathy. While she understands the economy sucks, she still thinks young people aren't trying hard enough!
Racial tensions seem to be at an all time high in America, with non stop racially-biased acts of violence causing major civil unrest.
As hashtags like #BlackLivesMatter and #BlueLivesMatter permeate the internet, the divide between the black community and the police continues to grow.
But sometimes, the most powerful messages come from someone unexpected — in this case, a white middle school student from Atlanta, Georgia, whose slam poetry performance titled White Boy Privilege is taking the internet by storm!
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Royce Mann performed his slam poem back in May after learning about white privilege in school. Two weeks ago, the video was shared on YouTube, and has recently become widely celebrated as the appropriate self-analysis by a white American in 2016.
In his poem, the 14-year-old admits that while he "loves" his privilege, it wasn't created by this generation — so, he invites other young white males to reject their privilege and share it with the rest of society.
Ch-ch-check out his moving slam poetry performance (below)!