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"So You Think You Can Dance" recap by Donna Kauffman: And NOW we dance

HEA contributor and best-selling romance author Donna Kauffman dishes on last night's 'So You Think You Can Dance.'        .....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayApr 21st, 2017

"So You Think You Can Dance" recap by Donna Kauffman: And NOW we dance

HEA contributor and best-selling romance author Donna Kauffman dishes on last night's 'So You Think You Can Dance.'        .....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayApr 21st, 2017

"So You Think You Can Dance" recap by Donna Kauffman: The Top 20 dance!

HEA contributor and best-selling author Donna Kauffman recaps last night's episode of 'So You Think You Can Dance.'        .....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayMay 1st, 2017

"So You Think You Can Dance" recap by Donna Kauffman

HEA contributor and best-selling romance author Donna Kauffman recaps last night's "So You Think You Can Dance" auditions......»»

Category: topSource: usatodayJun 12th, 2014

So You Think You Can Dance finale recap by Donna Kauffman

HEA contributor Donna Kauffman recaps last night's So You Think You Can Dance finale.        .....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayFeb 13th, 2015

Donna Karan Apologizes After Defending Harvey Weinstein: "My Statements Were Taken Out of Context"

Designer Donna Karan is clarifying her statements after defending friend Harvey Weinstein who was recently accused of decades of sexual harassment by multiple women. During an interview, the 69-year-old fashion designer implied that women may be “asking for it” based on the way they dress and present themselves. Donna is now adjusting her stance, sating [...] Designer Donna Karan is clarifying her statements after defending friend Harvey Weinstein who was recently accused of decades of sexual harassment by multiple women. During an interview, the 69-year-old fashion designer implied that women may be “asking for it” based on the way they dress and present themselves. Donna is now adjusting her stance, sating that her answer was not representative of how she feels or believes. “Last night, I was honored at the Cinemoi Fashion Film Awards in Hollywood and while answering a question on the red carpet I made a statement that unfortunately is not representative of how I feel or what I believe,” Donna said in a statement. She added, “I have spent my life championing women. My life has been dedicated to dressing and addressing the needs of women, empowering them and promoting equal rights. My statements were taken out of context and do not represent how I feel about the current situation concerning Harvey Weinstein.” “I believe that sexual harassment is NOT acceptable and this is an issue that MUST be addressed once and for all regardless of the individual. I am truly sorry to anyone that I offended and everyone that has ever been a victim,” Donna concluded......»»

Category: topSource: justjaredOct 10th, 2017

"So You Think You Can Dance" recap by Donna Kauffman: Top 10

HEA contributor and best-selling author Donna Kauffman recaps last night's episode of SYTYCD.        .....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayMar 4th, 2017

Donna Karan Apologizes A Second Time For Controversial Comments Defending Harvey Weinstein

Donna Karan continues to backtrack her initial comments about Harvey Weinstein. As we previously reported, the fashion designer seemingly defended the controversial producer amid the allegations of sexual harassment and assault, pondering: "Are we asking for it by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality?" One day later she clarified her words, which she claimed were "taken [...] Donna Karan continues to backtrack her initial comments about Harvey Weinstein. As we previously reported, the fashion designer seemingly defended the controversial producer amid the allegations of sexual harassment and assault, pondering: "Are we asking for it by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality?" One day later she clarified her words, which she claimed were "taken out of context," and now, the 69-year-old is apologizing further. Related: Jamie Lee Curtis Slams Donna & Harvey! A source gave her newest statement to The Hollywood Reporter, which reads: "I am sorry for the comments I made last week. Those words do not represent who I am, what I believe or what I have represented throughout my career. For over 40 years, I have been a woman for women — presenting women in sensual ways through my advertising and runway shows. There is no question that women should wear what they want, when they want and without fear of being harassed, molested or abused. I am sorry for saying something I did not mean and I hope my track record proves who I am and that the words I mistakenly uttered last week do not represent my actual views. As a woman, mother, grandmother, designer and philanthropist, I have always put women first. My mission in life is, and always has been, to dress and address women, empowering and enabling them to express their professionalism, passion and sensuality. To the women who have shared their personal stories of sexual harassment and to those who have been abused and have not yet told tell their story, I stand by you...as your friend, your sister and your supporter. You are courageous. Beautiful. And I admire you. What Harvey Weinstein did is unconscionable and unforgivable. I apologize for my comments that gave the impression that I feel any other way about any man who disrespects, harasses or abuses any woman. Love, Donna" And in an interview on Monday with Women's Wear Daily, she explained she was "exhausted" from traveling when she answered the question about Weinstein: "And I was confused by the question. I mean, I hadn't been paying attention to any of the news, and you hear little stories here and a little story there. And quite honestly, it wasn't my place to say anything. Sometimes the press can kind of gear you on, and I didn't feel it was appropriate." Then came her surprise over her quotes: "I said, ‘I said that?' That was the first thing out of my mouth. What? I didn't say that. That's ridiculous." Donna further divulged: "I mean, if it came from anyone, it came from the mother inside of me. I shouldn't have said it. I'm a woman loving women and letting them be who they are. That to me is the most important thing. And I got scared." Are you buying her explanations and apology?? Sound OFF in the comments (below)! [Image via Rob Rich/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonOct 16th, 2017

Donna Kauffman recaps season 11 "So You Think You Can Dance" kickoff

HEA contributor and best-selling romance author Donna Kauffman recaps last night's 'SYTYCD.'.....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayMay 29th, 2014

How 'Kevin Can Wait' killed off Donna in the season 2 premiere - New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsHow 'Kevin Can Wait' killed off Donna in the season 2 premiereNew York Daily NewsErinn Hayes' Donna was killed off on the season 2 premiere of “Kevin Can Wait” Monday night. (David M. Russell/CBS). BY Kate Feldman. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Monday, September 25, 2017, 10:48 PM. “Kevin Can Wait” didn't go into the gory details of ...Kevin Can Wait Barely Acknowledges Death of Kevin's Wife Donna in Season PremiereJezebelHow long can Kevin wait to hook up with Leah Remini?EW.com (blog)How 'Kevin Can Wait' Dealt With Donna's Death in Season 2 PremiereUs WeeklyDecider -Fox News -IndieWire -BuzzFeed Newsall 44 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsSep 26th, 2017

Donna Karan Defends Harvey Weinstein & Suggests Alleged Victims May Have Been "Asking For It"!

Not a good look, Donna Karan! As we reported, on Sunday, Harvey Weinstein was fired from The Weinstein Company following multiple accusations of sexual harassment. Hours after the news broke, the fashion designer attended the CinéFashion Film Awards where she was asked about the movie producer's scandal on the red carpet. Related: Democrats Are Regifting Their Harvey [...] Not a good look, Donna Karan! As we reported, on Sunday, Harvey Weinstein was fired from The Weinstein Company following multiple accusations of sexual harassment. Hours after the news broke, the fashion designer attended the CinéFashion Film Awards where she was asked about the movie producer's scandal on the red carpet. Related: Democrats Are Regifting Their Harvey Weinstein Donations Surprisingly, the DKNY creator places blame on the alleged victims, and says they may have been "asking for it by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality"! According to DailyMail.com: "I think we have to look at ourselves. Obviously, the treatment of women all over the world is something that has always had to be identified. Certainly in the country of Haiti where I work, in Africa, in the developing world, it's been a hard time for women... To see it here in our own country is very difficult, but I also think how do we display ourselves? How do we present ourselves as women? What are we asking? Are we asking for it by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality?... And what are we throwing out to our children today about how to dance and how to perform and what to wear? How much should they show?" The 69-year-old then defends Weinstein and his wife Georgina Chapman as "wonderful people," and says the mogul isn't the only guilty person in Hollywood. "I don't think it's only Harvey Weinstein... I don't think we're only looking at him. I think we're looking at a world much deeper than that... Yes, I think he's being looked at right now as a symbol, not necessarily as him. I know his wife, I think they're wonderful people, Harvey has done some amazing things. I think we have to look at our world and what we want to say and how we want to say it as well." To make matters worse, she then shames women for how they dress, and how they are "presenting themselves" to the world: "You look at everything all over the world today and how women are dressing and what they are asking by just presenting themselves the way they do. What are they asking for? Trouble." YIKES! These comments are DEFINITELY not in season... [Image via FayesVision/WENN.].....»»

Category: feudsSource: tmzOct 9th, 2017

Donna Kauffman dishes one-on-one with Travis Wall of SYTYCD

HEA contributor and best-selling romance author Donna Kauffman chats up SYTYCD choreographer Travis Wall.        .....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayMar 6th, 2017

Donna Kauffman dishes on last night"s "Dancing With the Stars"

HEA contributor and best-selling romance author Donna Kauffman dishes on last night's 'Dancing With the Stars.'.....»»

Category: topSource: usatodayJul 12th, 2017

Donna Karan Apologizes After Defending Harvey Weinstein Amid Sexual Harassment Scandal!

Donna Karan is taking back her comments defending Harvey Weinstein. As we previously reported, the fashion designer blamed his alleged sexual harassment victims by stating they may have been "asking for it by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality"! Related: Democrats Are Regifting Their Harvey Weinstein Donations On Monday, Donna clarified her statement about the movie [...] Donna Karan is taking back her comments defending Harvey Weinstein. As we previously reported, the fashion designer blamed his alleged sexual harassment victims by stating they may have been "asking for it by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality"! Related: Democrats Are Regifting Their Harvey Weinstein Donations On Monday, Donna clarified her statement about the movie mogul, saying it was "taken out of context." The DKNY founder shared: "Last night, I was honored at the Cinemoi Fashion Film Awards in Hollywood and while answering a question on the red carpet I made a statement that unfortunately is not representative of how I feel or what I believe. I have spent my life championing women. My life has been dedicated to dressing and addressing the needs of women, empowering them and promoting equal rights. My statements were taken out of context and do not represent how I feel about the current situation concerning Harvey Weinstein. I believe that sexual harassment is NOT acceptable and this is an issue that MUST be addressed once and for all regardless of the individual. I am truly sorry to anyone that I offended and everyone that has ever been a victim." The 69-year-old received a lot of backlash for defending Harvey, and for going so far as to victim blame. Do U think she's made it right with this apology?? [Image via WENN.].....»»

Category: break-upsSource: tmzOct 10th, 2017

Donna Karan Apologizes Again for Harvey Weinstein Comments About Women "Asking For It"

Donna Karan is apologizing again for her comments about women “asking for it” with regards to Harvey Weinstein. “I want to say how sorry I am,” the fashion designer said in an interview with Robin Roberts. “What I said is so wrong and not who I am.” “I had just … come from a 14-hour [...] Donna Karan is apologizing again for her comments about women “asking for it” with regards to Harvey Weinstein. “I want to say how sorry I am,” the fashion designer said in an interview with Robin Roberts. “What I said is so wrong and not who I am.” “I had just … come from a 14-hour plane trip. I walked into a situation that I wasn’t prepared for in any circumstances whatsoever…I had been away for a month and a half. I heard a whisper, but there were whispers all over. … It wasn’t till a day and a half after that I truly heard about it. That’s my honest truth. I didn’t know,” Donna said. If you missed it, after the Harvey Weinstein allegations were revealed, Donna said, “How do we display ourselves, how do we present ourselves as women, what are we asking? Are we asking for it, you know, by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality? It’s not Harvey Weinstein. You look at everything all over the world today, you know, and how women are dressing and, you know, what they’re asking by just presenting themselves the way they do. What are they asking for? Trouble.”.....»»

Category: topSource: justjaredOct 30th, 2017

Who Won "So You Think You Can Dance" 2017? Season 14 Winner Revealed!

SPOILER ALERT – Do not continue reading if you don’t want to know the winner of So You Think You Can Dance! The 14th season of the hit dancing series So You Think You Can Dance just finished and the winner has been revealed. The final four this year consisted of Kiki Nyemchek (mentored by [...] SPOILER ALERT – Do not continue reading if you don’t want to know the winner of So You Think You Can Dance! The 14th season of the hit dancing series So You Think You Can Dance just finished and the winner has been revealed. The final four this year consisted of Kiki Nyemchek (mentored by Jenna Johnson), Koine Iwasaki (mentored by Marko Germar), Lex Ishimoto (mentored by Gaby Diaz), and Taylor Sieve (mentored by Robert Roldan). Each of the contestants performed in four routines during the last performance episode and you can watch the videos at Click inside to find out who won So You Think You Can Dance… And the winner is… LEX ISHIMOTO Koine Iwasaki was the runner-up, with Taylor Sieve in 3rd and Kiki Nyemchek in 4th place......»»

Category: topSource: justjaredSep 25th, 2017

Megyn Kelly Rips Into Mayim Bialik & Donna Karan In New Op-Ed About Sexual Harassment — Insists "Victim Blaming Must Stop"

Shots fired!! Megyn Kelly is weighing in on the sexual harassment issue as she's recently penned an op-ed on the topic for Time magazine. In addition to detailing her experiences with the former President of Fox News Roger Ailes, the Megyn Kelly Today star also took shots at Mayim Bialik and Donna Karan for their opinions [...] Shots fired!! Megyn Kelly is weighing in on the sexual harassment issue as she's recently penned an op-ed on the topic for Time magazine. In addition to detailing her experiences with the former President of Fox News Roger Ailes, the Megyn Kelly Today star also took shots at Mayim Bialik and Donna Karan for their opinions amid the Harvey Weinstein scandal. Related: Weinstein Accused Of Violently Attacking Cannes Chauffeur Specifically, Miz Kelly insisted that "the victim blaming must stop." On Mayim and Donna's recent controversy, Megyn wrote: "Often it seems there is almost a presumption that those who get harassed must have done something to invite it, which leads too many victims to stay silent. Actress Mayim Bialik thought this was the time to discuss the virtues of 'not being a perfect ten' or being someone who hasn't had plastic surgery or who avoids flirting with men. (She apologized.) Donna Karan also had to apologize for suggesting that women are "asking for it." How insulting to victims. There are laws in this country. Wearing a short skirt doesn't violate them. Shoving one's tongue down an employee's throat does." Damnnnnn. While Megyn's not wrong in her opinion, we should reiterate that both Bialik and Karan have since apologized for their words. Understandably, this issue hits close to home for the blonde journalist as she was one of Ailes' many victims prior to his ousting at Fox. According to Kelly, she reported the late businessman's behavior to her superior, but sadly, "nothing was done." The 46-year-old went on to speculate that a "partnership with men" is the answer to ending sexual harassment in the workplace. The industry vet noted: "Perhaps the most critical solution lies in partnership with the men. The harassers must stop; we know this. But male titans of industry must stand up for decency. Shout it from the rooftops and whisper it in the bars when women aren't around, because we don't often get invited to the late-night drinks where those conversations happen. Those are the moments... Women alone cannot change the culture. We need men. Evolved ones. Kind ones. Brave and scared ones, like those who fear expulsion from the fraternity if they object to a male colleague's bad behavior." Hmmm, inneresting point. Be sure to read Megyn's FULL piece for yourself HERE! [Image via Macguyver/WENN.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonOct 19th, 2017

How Kevin Can Wait Handled Donna's Death in Season 2 Premiere - E! Online

E! OnlineHow Kevin Can Wait Handled Donna's Death in Season 2 PremiereE! OnlineIn a unexpected twist, it was a sitcom that delivered one of the most buzzed-about deaths of the season, with Kevin Can Wait finally revealing how Donna (Erinn Hayes) died in the season two premiere on Monday night. Except JK, the show never revealed ...How 'Kevin Can Wait' killed off Donna in the season 2 premiereNew York Daily News'Kevin Can Wait' Spent Less Than One Minute Mourning Erinn Hayes' Character in Season 2 PremiereIndieWire'Kevin Can Wait' season 2 premiere kills off character; fans react with angerSyracuse.comHuffPost -TV Guide -UPROXX -Moviefoneall 40 news articles ».....»»

Category: topSource: googlenewsSep 26th, 2017

"Kevin Can Wait" Death: Here"s How Erinn Hayes Was Killed Off

Erinn Hayes was fired from her role as the female lead on Kevin Can Wait following the end of season one and her character’s death was addressed in the season two premiere. At the beginning of the episode, viewers found out that Donna died over a year ago after Kevin James‘ self-titled character finds a [...] Erinn Hayes was fired from her role as the female lead on Kevin Can Wait following the end of season one and her character’s death was addressed in the season two premiere. At the beginning of the episode, viewers found out that Donna died over a year ago after Kevin James‘ self-titled character finds a piece of mail addressed to her. “We haven’t seen you, we miss you,” a postcard from Donna’s gym read. After reading the note, Kevin added, “You know what, so do I.” Taylor Spreitler, who plays the daughter of Kevin and Donna, took the postcard and said, “I will call them right now. It’s been over a year since she died, they shouldn’t still be sending this.” Kevin then makes a joke to note throw out the postcard because there’s a coupon on it that he wants to use. Viewers were shocked out how the show barely even took a minute to address the death of the show’s female lead. Erinn has been replaced on the show by Kevin‘s former The King of Queens co-star Leah Remini......»»

Category: topSource: justjaredSep 26th, 2017

Ben Affleck Faces Sexual Misconduct Questions On The Late Show & TODAY — WATCH!

Ben Affleck is facing his sexual harassment accusations head on. As you may know, the 45-year-old actor is currently on a press tour for Justice League — but interviewers would be remiss to not bring up Affleck's connection to the Harvey Weinstein allegations, as well as his own controversial behavior. On Thursday night, the father of three [...] Ben Affleck is facing his sexual harassment accusations head on. As you may know, the 45-year-old actor is currently on a press tour for Justice League -- but interviewers would be remiss to not bring up Affleck's connection to the Harvey Weinstein allegations, as well as his own controversial behavior. On Thursday night, the father of three appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, who didn't hesitate to ask Affleck the tough questions about the clear abuse of power against women in the industry. Even though the celeb nervously quipped, "This is a comedy show, correct?" initially, we applaud him for not shying away -- and encouraging everyone to believe the women (and men!) coming forward. Related: The Justice League Reviews Are In When asked specifically about the disgraced producer who helped begin his career, Jennifer Garner's ex said: "You know, for me, it was awful to see the extent of these terrible crimes. It was hideous. I haven't worked for Harvey in more than 15 years, but nonetheless, I felt this attachment. I did movies like Good Will Hunting, Shakespeare in Love and Chasing Amy—early movies that I really loved doing, when I still was totally brand new. And so, it sort of tainted that a little bit to realize while we were having these experiences and making these movies, there were people who were suffering and dealing with awful experiences. I didn't really know what to do with that, you know? It's hard to know." As we reported, the actor has since decided to donate his residual money from Miramax movies to RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) and Film Independent: "I didn't want to sort of cash a check form the guy, and I thought, 'Maybe I can feel OK about it if it's going to a good cause.'" Colbert went on to give Affleck the opportunity to comment on his own allegations of "sexual impropriety" -- to which the Argo star said: "What I was accused of by a woman was of touching her breast while giving her a hug. I don't remember it, but I absolutely apologized for it. I certainly don't think she's lying or making it up. It's just the kind of thing we have to, as men, I think, as we become more aware of this, be really, really mindful of our behavior and hold ourselves accountable and say, 'If I was ever part of the problem, I want to change. I want to be part of the solution.' And to not shy away from these awkward or strange encounters we might have had where we're sort of navigating and not knowing." Referencing a clip that went viral earlier this week, Affleck said: "I just did an interview where somebody asked me a question—it was a serious question, and I kind of felt uncomfortable and didn't know what to say and laughed awkwardly. It's just a tricky thing to try to handle. I think the most important thing to do is to support the voices coming forward, believe them, and create a business where more women are empowered and in place so less of this happens, and so there is a way of reporting this stuff so that people can feel safe doing it." The Oscar winner also acknowledged the privilege he has as a male in the business, explaining: "I thought I had a sense of the scope of the problem and I thought I understood it, and the truth is I really didn't. I didn't understand what it's like to be groped, to be harassed, to be interrupted, talked over, paid less, you know, pushed around, belittled—all the things that women deal with, that for me as a man, I have the privilege of not having to deal with. Part of this, for me, has been listening to people I really care about and love as they tell me stories of stuff that has happened to them—this is men and women—and recognizing it's a real thing. I'm not spokesman. I'm not a superhero. I can't change it by myself. I can just be accountable for myself and my actions." LOUDER FOR THOSE IN THE BACK, BEN!! You can watch the full segment (below): Ben spoke about the same issue on Friday morning with Savannah Guthrie by talking about the current cultural shift because of the courageous #MeToo movement: "It certainly feels like a really important moment. It feels like a time when survivors are finding their voice, and people—and I include include myself in this—are really discovering the terrible extent of this problem here in our country. I certainly don't think it's just limited to Hollywood. But I expect if you see it this prevalent in this industry, it must extend to finance, tech and all those other places, and it's really disturbing. It's also inspiring to see people come forward and assert themselves. That's very moving." As for whether he knew about Harvey's disgusting behavior, the director said: "I knew he was sleazy and kind of a bully, but unfortunately that wasn't that uncommon. I was brand new to Hollywood. I was 24 years old. I had never made a movie. I didn't know much of anything, really. It really is a shame, because although I stopped working with Harvey a long time ago, those movies hold a special place in my heart. To now look back on it and think, 'Gosh, some other people were going through something really ugly, difficult and terrible and disturbing and terrifying while that was happening,' is kind of...I don't know ... The only thing I can think to do is give my residuals from my Harvey movies to a couple of organizations that I think are making a difference, and try to reconcile that. It's a way for me to feel better about that early stage of my career, when I made those movies with him." When Guthrie asked Affleck to set the record straight about Rose McGowan's claim that she told Ben in the past about being attacked by Weinstein, he replied: "I don't really want to get into other people's individual stories, because I feel like those are their stories and they're entitled to tell as much or as little of those as they want. I believe Rose. I support her. I really like and admire her tenacity, and I wish her the best." Related: Jennifer Garner & Casey Affleck Helped Ben Check Into Rehab Ultimately, Ben said he's dedicated to "looking inward" and being accountable for his actions: "That's all you can do, certainly as a man in my position and recognizing how fortunate I am, recognizing the privilege that I have. I'm also really trying to open my eyes and hold myself accountable, because that's all we can really do. It's a lot harder than pointing a finger at everybody else, really asking, 'What have I done that's crossed the line? How can I do better? How can I be more respectful, more inclusive, more mindful of this?' That's the kind of person that I want to be." As for what he would have done differently, the A-lister admitted: "There's plenty of jokes I wouldn't have made, or things I wouldn't have done. It's a time when—and it's happened almost overnight—there's a heightened level of awareness. One of the good things about that is the self-consciousness of, 'How am I fitting into the world here? How are my actions affecting other people? How is this interaction going to leave this person feeling?' It's easy to sort of gloss over that stuff and get self-involved. The hard thing is really, as I said, to be mindful and live in the present moment." Watch his interview on TODAY (below): While we think Ben's past actions are inexcusable, we do appreciate him stepping into the dialogue and acknowledging his wrongdoing head-on, while calling for empowerment of women. These are the tough conversations we should all be having! P.S. to end on a light note, watch Ben reveal that Donald Trump would demand to appear in any movies filmed at his properties (lol) (below)! [Image via CBS.].....»»

Category: gossipSource: perezhiltonNov 17th, 2017

Jamie Lee Curtis SLAMS Donna Karan & "Brutish Thug" Harvey Weinstein While Talking About Being Sexually Harassed At Work

Hollywood is speaking up amid Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment and assault scandal! With more and more celebs sharing their own horrifying experiences with the controversial producer, it's opening up a very overdue discussion in the industry. And Jamie Lee Curtis is doing so by slamming the argument that women are "asking for it," one Donna Karan recently [...] Hollywood is speaking up amid Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment and assault scandal! With more and more celebs sharing their own horrifying experiences with the controversial producer, it's opening up a very overdue discussion in the industry. And Jamie Lee Curtis is doing so by slamming the argument that women are "asking for it," one Donna Karan recently given voice once again in defense of the movie mogul. Related: Kate Beckinsale Accuses Harvey Of Hitting On Her When She Was 17 The designer has since apologized, but the actress isn't here for it! In an op-ed piece published on Huffington Post, the star explained her disappointment with Donna -- all without naming her name: "I awoke to a statement, from an unlikely voice, that the women in question were perhaps 'asking for it.' Really? Is this how we have evolved? Is this what the women's movement, feminism and, more recently, the women's march has yielded? A fellow woman, one who makes her living dressing famous women in tight, sexy dresses and one who built her empire to do her good works all over the world, would throw these brave women under the bus in a weird, mean girl version of slut shaming?" Jamie continued, revealing she has been victim to sexual harassment at work: "I, too, have been subjected to my own private, personal versions of sexual harassment on the job. Did I ask for it? No. What I simply asked for was a job, and what came with it was sexual harassment." Furthering her point, she added: "What I believe we are all asking for in these instances, is a chance to show our talent, our humanity, a chance to express ourselves and our art and perhaps, be a part of a film that can truly create change." Using Prince's drug overdose as an example, the Scream Queens actress wondered if a "very famous person" had to die to affect change, like it did with opioid laws. When it comes to Harvey and sexual harassment though, she mused if there would be an end: "Perhaps this grotesque power play to 'get some' by this brutish thug of a man and the attempts by him, his lawyer, his board and famous friends to, once again, keep it under wraps and blame the victim will fail. Perhaps the truth will out other sexual harassment, be it from a governor or a president or a presidential candidate or studio head or movie star or executive or anyone else complicit in this billionaire boys club bullshit that will come to an inglorious end. To quote the great Helen Reddy, 'I am woman hear me roar, in numbers too big to ignore.'" Preach! Let's hope more and more stars continue to speak out! [Image via FayesVision/Patricia Schlein/Ivan Nikolov/WENN.].....»»

Category: feudsSource: tmzOct 12th, 2017