It dawned on me: this is why celebrities have trouble giving up "celebrity." They're so accustomed to someone hanging on their every word; ready to fulfill every wish and desire.
In what felt like a call to action, women at this conference imparted their wisdom from their life experiences and empowered one another through their stories of achievement, generosity, and courage.
"Be Who You Are" was the theme Maria Shriver designated for this year's California Governor and First Lady's Conference on Women.
Never in my wildest dreams could I ever imagine Anna Wintour wearing anything twice. Not even the same lipstick. Yet it happened. How could this be?
Isn't there a strong parallel between other people dictating my right to reproduce and other people dictating what I should look like?
So, I don't know about you, but I personally think after the 300th read of I love You So Much, Good Night Moon and Diddle Diddle Dumpling, you kind of...
The anchors I feel most sympathy for are the teams on Headline News. Repeating the same stories over and over and trying to keep them sounding as if it is the first time has to be harder than Madonna trying to pretend to be a virgin.
With her reality show, J.Lo is jumping back into the fishbowl that almost swallowed her whole. One would think motherhood would have made someone who has experienced what she has all the more cautious about exposing her newborn children to the camera's constant glare.
Jennifer Lopez is just the latest in a long line of celebrities to sell the first photographs of her babies to a magazine for big bucks. In this, the first AlphaKitty/Huffington Post video panel, Alpha Kitties respond to the question: How do you feel about celebrities pimping out their babies?