Demi Lovato, Matthew Morrison, Heather Morris, Darren Criss and many more got together at the GLAAD Media Awards to pay homage to the late actor.
"My kid just saw me take some fries from my husband's plate. Time to find out if he's ride or die."
The "This Is Us" star has come a long way in the fashion realm.
The Marvel star talked about reinventing her character for "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" and those theories that she's the mysterious Power Broker.
Perhaps before trying to sell clothes to fat people, she should’ve done some unpacking of her own internalized weight stigma.
"Yes, autocorrect. By all means, let’s size the day."
Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green said he was tired of seeing female athletes "complaining" about the lack of pay.
"The most influential anchors on our network, the highest-paid, are men," the CNN anchor said.
The 23-year-old national youth poet laureate also opened up about her life since the inauguration. "It’s OK to seek greatness,” she told the magazine.
The Oscar-winning actor starred in a number of the late director's films, including "Boyz N the Hood," "Poetic Justice" and "Higher Learning."
"Could multiplication facts become popular on Tik Tok, that would be super helpful with homeschooling."
"My child would like you to know that boogers are the Play-Doh of the body."
The "Westworld" star declared she's "taking back what's mine."
Daniel Kaluuya, the late Chadwick Boseman, Viola Davis and Youn Yuh-jung won for roles in “Judas and the Black Messiah," "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom," "Minari."
“Can’t wait to put ‘fully vaccinated’ on my dating profiles like an adoptable dog.”
"Don’t argue with them; show your displeasure by making them a sandwich with end-bread."
"Notice how we say 'man' whenever we’re disappointed."
The first lady surprised journalists and members of her own team during a flight from California to Washington.
The 20-year-old activist and author recalled the painful experience of being barred from girls soccer games because she was trans.
The singer and activist said she wanted "Pretty One" to convey “a journey about finding yourself, giving your power away, reclaiming it and owning it.”