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Variety Power Of Women 2016 Honorees

Lupita Nyong’o & More Amazing Ladies To Be Honored At Variety’s Power Of Women

What an amazing and empowering group of females! ‘Variety’ has announced the full list of women being honored at its Power of Women luncheon for 2016 and we have the full list. See who joins Lupita Nyong’o in the group of this year’s most philanthropic women!

Variety’s annual Power of Women luncheon is just a month away, and this year’s list of Lifetime Impact honorees features a group of incredible ladies who’ve went above and beyond throughout the last year. Find out the five stars who’ve made the list for 2016 right here!

March 9, 2016
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Red Dress Show: Madison Beer, Olivia Culpo & More Stun On The Runway At NYFW

The Red Dress Fashion Show was absolutely amazing — what a great way to kick off NYFW! Some of our favorite ladies strutted their stuff in red dresses down the runway and it was so much fun. From Madison Beer to Vanna White, everyone was there! We loved the way everyone looked and we can’t decide which dress was our fave. What do you think? VOTE.

HollywoodLife headed to AHA’s Go Red For Women™ Red Dress Collection 2016 fashion show, presented by Macy’s, on Feb. 11, in NYC. The show was absolutely amazing, as always, and we got to see some of our fave celebs strut down the runway in stunning red dresses to show support for women’s heart health. From Madison Beer, 16, to Olivia Culpo, 23, there were a ton of gorgeous looks and we can’t decide which one was our fave! What do you guys think?

February 12, 2016
misty copeland promoted principal dancer

Misty Copeland: First Black Woman Named Principal Dancer By American Ballet Theater

It’s about time, right? After more than 14 years with American Ballet Theater, Misty Copeland has finally been promoted to principal dancer — and the famed ballet machine has never been more on pointe.

Misty Copeland, 32, is making history. On June 30, she received a promotion from American Ballet Theater, earning her place as the first African-American female principal dancer in the dance company’s 75-year run. After years of engaging in candid discussions about race in ballet, the Missouri native has made a critical impact, becoming one of the most famous ballerinas in the country. Looks like hard work pays off!

June 30, 2015

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