Jessica Radloff covers all things entertainment and behind-the-scenes for Glamour in Los Angeles. This is not limited to getting makeup on George Clooney's tux, tripping over red-carpet ropes, and getting celebrities to sing TV theme songs. She also regularly appears on CBS' The Talk alongside Ju...
After months (and months) of campaigning and schmoozing, the nominations for the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards have been announced—and, as usual, there's good news, surprises, and some major snubs. Let's get to it!
Fourteen-year-old Rowan Blanchard ( Girl Meets World ) has a confession to make: "My dream, since I was five, was to go to the Columbia School of Journalism. That's why I am so excited to be here." The "here" Blanchard is referring to is the International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF) Courage in Journalism Awards , held at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills last night. The event, now in its 26th year, honors female journalists who set themselves apart by their extraordinary bravery.
Less than three months ago, Rachel Lindsay declared, "I am getting my happy ending!” after revealing that she's engaged to the recipient of her final rose on The Bachelorette . And just two weeks ago, she beamed as she gushed to us, "I'm so happy!" So far, so good, right? We thought so—but then last weekend Rachel apparently skipped out on her engagement party in the Dominican Republic.
@Emmy4Mayim@joesteiger@glamourmag Yeah, I do believe Sheldon was ready to propose. I was actually re-watching season 10 on the plane last night, and that confirmed my thoughts. But now? No way. It's like a different character altogether.
@Emmy4Mayim@JP_IGSource@glamourmag I often feel like Sheldon is taking steps back in order to show how similar he is to young Sheldon, and it drives me nuts, b/c I loved seeing him grow. Season 9 Amy would never stand for this.
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Selecting a term
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