One more thing -- her wig is looking much better this time around!
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After a nice week off, Kellyanne Conway is back in full force!
The Senior White House adviser returned to the Conservative Political Action Conference on Thursday and declared traditional feminism was "anti-male" and "pro-abortion."
In a Q&A, Conway tried to make sense of why she believes women belong in a political party that threatens their health, but just ended up spewing out more hypocritical garbage.
When Donald Trump's right-hand lackey was asked about whether or not she considers herself a feminist, she said:
Understandably, the Scream Queens star has kept a pretty low profile since then — aside from sharing precious photos with her loved ones and taking much-needed time away with her boyfriend, Taylor Lautner.
On Wednesday, the 24-year-old took to Instagram with another throwback photo demonstrating her special bond with her momma, as a little Billie sits on the Star Wars star's lap and gazes up at the sky:
Just when we thought Hollywood couldn't hate Donald Trump more…
As we previously reported, on Wednesday, POTUS officially revoked federal protections for transgender students which allowed them to use the restrooms and/or changing rooms that matched their identified gender. Obviously, not long after this decision made headlines, celebrity allies for the LGBTQ community flocked to Twitter in order to SLAM the Trumpster for this civil rights violation.
Specifically Ellen DeGeneres, Ellen Page, Brie Larson, and even Donald's Inauguration Day performer Jackie Evancho, ALL spoke out against this controversial decision. Be sure to ch-ch-check out their reactions on the matter for yourself (below)!
Our thoughts and prayers are with Luke Bryan, whose infant niece passed away this week after battling undisclosed cardiac and health issues.
Sadie Brett was born over the summer to the country singer's wife Caroline's brother Bo Boyer and his wife, Ellen Boyer — who have been open about their daughter's ongoing battle on social media.
Most recently, Brett had contracted some sort of infection over the weekend, and the Crash My Party singer's rep confirmed on Tuesday to The Boot that the little angel had passed away.
Taking to Twitter the same day, Luke thanked his fans for all of their support during this difficult time:
Get your tissue boxes ready.
On Wednesday, the BRIT Awards remembered the countless industry vets we lost this past year. Specifically, the awards show focused on the tragic death of George Michael. In case you forgot, the Faith singer passed away this past Christmas due to heart failure.
George touched many people's lives, which explains why his former Wham bandmate Andrew Ridgeley and the duo's backing vocalists, Helen "Pepsi" DeMacque and Shirlie Holliman, got teary eyed while speaking about their fallen friend onstage. The emotional moments didn't stop there though as Chris Martin also performed a musical tribute to Michael during the show!
Be sure to ch-ch-check out the touching tribute for yourself (above)!