While we're sure Miley Cyrus didn't mean to start a war, the celebrity feud between her and Sinead O'Connor is still ongoing, and it looks like Sinead has received a powerful ally!
Gloria Steinem, one of the most influential feminists of all time, has weighed in on this transatlantic tiff:
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Diva in the house!!!
Jennifer Lopez was honored with the Ally for Equality Award at the Human Rights Campaign National Dinner in Washington, D.C. Saturday night, in recognition for her work for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality.
The actress wrapped her curves up in a velvet Zuhair Murad high-neck gown featuring beaded mesh panels along the arms, bodice, legs, AND back!
Who says you have to temper your seksiness just because you're hanging out with Gloria Steinem in D.C.?!
J.Lo complemented the rich burgundy color of her dress with berry lips and a touch of plum eyeshadow.
Is there an Ally for Hotness Award they can give her, too? LOLz!
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It was just announced a few days ago that Sarah Jessica Parker would replace Demi Moore in '70s biopic Lovelace and it looks gurlfrand has already been put to work!
SJP was spotted on set suited as the legendary feminist icon and she's look good! She definitely has the right wig on, that's for sure!
In case you hadn't heard (and really, where've you been hiding? Under a rock??), Demi dropped out of the film so that she can concentrate on getting professional help. Her rep released this statement:
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It's sure to be one of the most talked about movies of the year, and Demi Moore will be a HUGE part of that.
The Linda Lovelace bio-pic Lovelace got a major boost in credibility recently when it was announced that Demi had signed on to play the part of Gloria Steinem. As director Rob Epstein, the decision to cast her was simple, as the team was eager to have "an icon to play an icon," but he adds that they were quite "lucky" that she "agreed."
As for how the stars aligned for the flick, Epstein and co-director Jeffrey Friedman met with Demi to discus the casting and thankfully, Demi was "very familiar with the story." She had interest in the project right from the start, so their initial meeting "went well," and ultimately ended in success.
As for how Demi will fare in the role, her director
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