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Rebel Wilson Lied About Her Age Because of ‘Sexism’ In Hollywood

Rebel Wilson seen being interviewed by Mario Lopez at Universal Studios for Extra TV.

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Rebel Wilson’s real age was revealed to be to be 35, not 29, through official ASIC documents earlier this year, and now the actress has explained that her decision to lie came down to “ageism” and “sexism” in her line of work.

Speaking to WHO Australia magazine in her cover girl role, Rebel said, “Being an actress it affects women more than men in terms of ageism and sexism so to be called out by the press on something most sensible business-minded people would have done in my position, it was a bit hurtful.” She continued, “When you’re an actor, you have what’s called a playing range; to me, it’s not really beneficial having your age written anyway.” (more…)

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WATCH: Girl Who’s Going Deaf Finds Out Her Dream of Meeting Taylor Swift Is Coming True

When Maitland girl Jorja Hope found out she was going to lose her hearing completely, she was devastated that she wouldn’t be able to hear Taylor Swift sing anymore.

After her twin sister, Chloe, kicked off the now-viral campaign #HelpJorjaMeetTaylorSwiftSydney to help Jorja meet the pop star during her Sydney concert later this month, radio station Nova, which is hosting Taylor’s intimate Hamilton Island gig, picked up the story and lent their helping hands to help make Jorja’s dreams become a reality.

Travelling to the studio for what she thought would be a studio tour, Jorja was lost for words when radio hosts “Fitzy and Wippa” told her they were granting her wish of one day meeting Taylor Swift.

Watch her adorbs reaction in the video above because it’s actually the sweetest thing you’ll see today. We dare you not to tear up.

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Sam Frost and Sasha Mielczarek Bare All In New WHO Photo Shoot

Sam Frost and Sasha Mielczarek have stripped down for WHO Australia‘s Most Intriguing People 2015 issue, making it The Bachelorette‘s most revealing shoot since that unforgettable MAXIM cover.

Hitting news stands today, November 12, the reality show’s winning couple bare close to all in an intimate shot, laying on the bed together, shirtless. Rebel Wilson and Chris Hemsworth front the issue, while Sam and Sasha feature alongside the likes of Malcolm Turnbull, Mick Fanning, Michelle Bridges and Lara Worthington.

Sam reveals her feelings about finding Sasha inside the mag, saying, “I pinch myself every day and think it’s a true blessing that I’ve got the love of my life and so many people supporting me. Today I feel strong and I honestly feel like I’m the luckiest person alive.”

Cheers to love.

[Via WHO Australia]

 

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See All the Looks from WHO’s Most Intriguing People 2015 Party Red Carpet

Sam Frost at WHO Magazine's party

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Your favourite reality stars, actresses, models and media personalities stepped out in fine form for WHO Australia‘s Most Intriguing People 2015 Party at Sydney’s Ananas bar in The Rocks last night, November 11.

Everyone was looking smokin’, rocking everything from harsh black leathers to bright twinsets and chic minis, and the beauty sector was heavy, smoky and all-round hot.

Check out all the looks in our gallery below. (more…)

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The First ‘Empire’ Collection Is Here, Thanks to Hood By Air

Hood By Air Empire

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Our transformation to Empire‘s Cookie Lyon is almost complete. We’re already painting our nails with polish inspired by the Lyon family matriarch and now thanks to Hood by Air, we can pay homage to her with our clothing too.

The fashion brand collaborated with Empire on a new collection that ranges from dresses to champagne glasses and keychains. It brilliantly features popular quotes front the show like Cookie’s famous line “I want what’s mine.”

Like Deborah Lippman (and the rest of the world), Hood by Air’s creative director, Shayne Oliver, is obsessed with Mrs. Lyon: “For me, it’s all about Cookie,” he said. “Since the first episode, Wednesday nights have become a tradition for my friends and I. We know every look, scene and catchphrase by heart. When putting this collection together I wanted to shine a spotlight on the characters we loved (and hated) most as well as the moments immortalized in memes that keep us cracking up all day!”

The line retails for $15-$300 and is available for pre-order here.