Adding some serious girl power to the February 2016 issue, ELLE magazine recruited five fine females for the Women in TV front page.
“Empire” babe Taraji P. Henson discusses her role as “Cookie”- “It was very important to me that she not be sassy and neck-rollin’ and eye-bulgin’ and attitude all the time. Everything she does is coming from a place of fighting for her family. That’s why she’s not a caricature.”
It’s always a treat when our favorite stars read the nasty messages fans write about them online, and last night (December 16) “Jimmy Kimmel Live” served up another round of “Celebrity Mean Tweets.”
Probably the most brash moment came when Sarah Paulson recited, “Sarah Paulson is annoying when she yells… or cries… or talks… or exists,” and replied with, "Bite me, motherf**ker. That’s how I feel about that. You can bite me in the f**king a**hole."
She’s been on television since the early 1980s and Julia Louis-Dreyfus is still on top of her game at 54 years of age.
The “Veep” star is featured on the front of the Spring/Summer 2015 issue of New Beauty magazine, explaining, “You've seen me age! I've been in showbiz for so long. From the first time people saw me on Saturday Night Live until now…it's no secret that I've gotten older. I've gotten older in front of you and that is odd – it is still so strange to me that everyone has seen me age on a public stage. It's totally changing and difficult.”