Tony Goldwyn speaks on stage during a portion on day two of the 2016 Democratic National Convention on Tuesday (July 26) at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Penn.
The 56-year-old actor, who plays the president on Scandal, introduced the “Mothers of the Movement” – the mothers of young black victims of police brutality including Eric Garner, Sandra Bland, Mike Brown, Oscar Grant, and more.
“I am proud tonight to introduce a group of women profoundly impacted by injustice and violence, who have turned their pain into power and their outrage into action. They are the Mothers of the Movement,” Tony said. “They understand that we must reach out to each other because of our diversity, because we are stronger together.”
“Hillary [Clinton] says we can’t hide from these hard truths about race and justice in America,” he said. “We have to name them and own them, and then change them. That’s what she’ll do as President… The Mothers of the Movement prove that one life at a time, one Mother at a time, we can change the world.”
The Mothers of the Movement Speak at Democratic National Convention
The 38-year-old Star Trek Beyond actress recently opened up to Extra about how she’s feeling after revealing her Hashimoto’s thyroiditis diagnosis.
Zoe said she “feels great,” despite the diagnosis. “Sometimes, it’s good to share little things of what your struggles are. It’s not impeding my quality of life. It just means I have to be a little more conscientious of how I live and what I put into my body because I have this predisposed situation.”
Jared Padalecki is opening up a bit about the upcoming Gilmore Girls reboot - specifically, Rory's love life in the new series! "There will always be some fans who are unhappy, but I think they'll be pleased with it," Jared said. Here's what else he had to share...
When the divorce was announced last week, Jay told TMZ that he and Nikki are “very in love. Very happy and that’s really are there is.”
Jay proved his statement by requesting a dismissal of his divorce petition on Monday (July 25) in Los Angeles. He also is dismissing the emergency petition to get full physical custody of their five-year-old son Meredith.
Sources told the outlet that the couple had a “full reconciliation” this weekend.
Elizabeth Banks appears in a glowing light while making her entrance on stage at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday (July 26) at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Penn.
The Hunger Games mocked the way that Donald Trump walked on stage to accepted the Republican nomination last week with Queen‘s “We Are the Champions” playing in the background.
“I don’t usually say this about Donald Trump, but that was over the top,” Elizabeth said. “I confirmed it right now. The Trump campaign is so hard up for money, I just bought that fog machine on eBay for thirty bucks. I don’t feel good about it.”
During her speech, Elizabeth compared Trump to Effie Trinket, the character she planned in the dystopian franchise.
“Some of you know me from The Hunger Games, in which I play Effie Trinket — a cruel, out-of-touch reality TV star who wears insane wigs while delivering long-winded speeches to a violent dystopia,” Elizabeth said. “So when I tuned in to Cleveland last week, I was like, ‘Hey! That’s my act.’”
Elizabeth Banks Spoofs Donald Trump, Compares Him to Effie Trinket During DNC Speech
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“Shout out Emil Nava, I got three VMA nominations today – ‘This Is What You Came For’ and ‘How Deep Is Your Love,” Calvin said while walking shirtless in a park.
“I’m just out here getting exactly 15 minutes of sun. That’s all you need. Use the sun’s energy. Become a better person with the sun on your side,” Calvin added. “You really got to think of yourself as a plant.”
Calvin is nominated for Best Male Video and Best Collaboration for “This Is What You Came For” featuring Rihanna and Best Electronic Video for “How Deep Is Your Love” featuring Disciples.
We have finally reached the live shows on America’s Got Talent and the top 36 acts are currently competing for the audience’s vote to advance.
Twelve acts will perform over the next three weeks, including tonight (July 26), and several acts will be eliminated each week.
These next three weeks of live shows will feature the five acts who got golden buzzers in the original auditions, the 28 acts that advanced in the judges cuts round, and three wild card acts chosen by the judges and producers.