People from all over the world took to the streets on Saturday (January 21) to take part in the Women’s March on Washington.
Among those joining the walks in the U.S., Canada, and London were tons of celebrities, who participated in the march to help promote women’s rights, human rights, immigration reform and environmental protection.
Check out all the young hollywood stars who took part in the walk below!
NOTE: This post has been broken up into several pages to accomodate all the photographs featured.
How has it already been seven years since Glee came into our lives?!
To honor the seven-year anniversary of FOX’s hit show Glee, Lea Michele shared a sweet picture of the cast after presenting their show for the first time at the Fox Upfront Presentations.
“#tbt 7 years ago.. It’s unbelievable how quickly time can go by.. To think we aired 7 years ago today.. Found this photo from our Upfronts trip to NYC just days before the premiere. We were all so excited. We went around the table and each said something we loved about each other.. No matter where we all are now.. I will always think back to this night. #glee “
Since the show ended, Lea has moved on to another hit FOX series Scream Queens, and was back in NYC this week to present the show during this year’s FOX Upfront Presentation.
Glee actress Jenna Ushkowitz shared her inspiring journey to a healthier lifestyle today on her official Tumblr page.
After having spent months sharing frequent fitness-inspired social media posts, Jenna updated fans on her journey by showing off the transformation her body has gone through as a result of her new healthy lifestyle.
In her new post, Jenna writes:
In honor of all my fitness posts, I am so proud to share with you my Before and After.
I started on this journey in February 2015. I have dropped 16 lbs and 8% body fat.
People have been asking me what I did to get here. This is a BALANCE of mental, physical and spiritual strength.
I’m not going to pretend I did this all myself. I sought out help from a nutritionist, therapist and trainer. I wanted to make myself accountable on all fronts. I know that people will say, “oh of course she did this, she had people watching over her…” But this is not the case. No one chastised me when I didn’t make a work out or didn’t eat right the night before. This was a test of willpower on my end. I tested and pushed myself to places mentally and physically I had never been or thought possible before.
I wrote out “wishes” for what my goals were while on this track and I taped them to my bathroom mirror to remind myself every morning when I woke up what I wanted for the day. It’s a day by day process. I had been working with my amazing trainer @bodyrebornfitness for years before I realized that it took more than just a work out to get where I wanted. I was stronger with every work out, but I wasn’t in the right headspace or eating correctly to get to the place I wanted to be.
I then grabbed a friend to go to Yoga with every morning. @sha_sha_fierce and I keep each other on track…so if you’re can’t afford a trainer- grab a friend and hit boot camp or a class every morning.
My eating became easier as I cleaned out my system of all the crap I had been putting in it previously. As soon as I got over the “hump” I couldn’t believe the change in my energy and sleep cycle and now I can’t imagine eating any other way. I never called it a “diet,” it’s a lifestyle change that I plan to continue for the rest of my life. It’s 100% mental as it is physical. It took a lot of will power and support but it was totally worth the results. Thank you for your constant support on my journey to a Better Jenna. For anyone out there wanting to do the same- remember this is YOUR journey and its on no one but you, and you alone to hold yourself accountable to make the changes you want to see:)