Longtime friends Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin talk about the upcoming fourth season of “Grace & Frankie.”
If you asked me that “who would you have dinner with, dead or alive” question, Oprah is definitely at the top of my list.
When she accepted her Cecile B DeMille Award at this years Golden Globes, not only did I watch it at least three times, I marveled at the way she was able to express the thoughts and feelings of so many while spreading an impactful and important message all in 8 minutes or less. And when Twitter erupted with #Oprah2020, I was ready to sign up for her campaign squad.
To me, Oprah is that motherlike figure that the world needs, whether or not we deserve her. Some of us want to be like her, and even more of us want to learn from her. The media mogul dropped some gems in her recent interview with InStyle Magazine that will help us along this journey we call life, whether we are just getting started out in life or we’re looking for more clarity, discernment, and ways to continue to flourish.
Read the full story here: Oprah Says The Older You Get, The Less Sh*t You Take – xoNecole
In an industry rife with ageism, don’t ask these luminaries — from Betty White to Don Rickles, Dick Van Dyke to Jerry Lewis, all of them still artistically active in the industry (and photographed here exclusively for THR) — if they want to stop working. Says Cloris Leachman, “F— you.”
Read the full story here: Creative Until you Die – Hollywood Reporter
Read the full story here: The Pool | People – Cameron Diaz: “I can’t age backwards, and I’m not going to beat myself up for that”