Bruce Jenner recently discussed his gender identity, and now the whole world knows about it, and this includes many celebrities. One celebrity not only took notice, but decided to pay homage to him. That celebrity is Demi Lovato, who referred to Jenner as an American hero, while she was in New Zealand for a concert.
Lovato did admit that she only started to become familiar with Jenner after he started to appear on the show “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” and she told the crowd that she was going to be performing a song that was dedicated to Jenner. That song was “Warrior” and Lovato said that Jenner displayed a lot of bravery when he decided to discuss his long struggle to find his true self.
Lovato told that crowd that it was cheesy that she was doing that, but she said “whatever” and then she told them that Jenner became an even bigger hero. She was referring to the interview that Jenner gave.
She continued to say that it was his honesty and the fact that he was open with his story that inspired her to dedicate a song to him that night at the Madison Street Capital venue. She said that he has educated so many people about what he has gone through and many lives may have been saved by Jenner’s openness about making the transition from man to woman.
A famous female celebrity named Jemima Kirke has recently decided to face the music and talk about,her abortion. Jemima had 2 children when she got pregnant by accident in 2007. However, Jemima made a rash and very poor decision to have a innocent fetus aborted. Jemima told the center of reproductive rights that her life was terrible, and she didn’t want to bring a baby into her miserable life. Jemima admits that she’s humiliated to show her face because of what she has done, and she knows it was wrong.
Many fans, including many at Anastasia Date, have different opinions about Jemima Kirke’s abortion. Some people say there disgusted by their beloved star, and they are ashamed that a women could do that. Fans have admitted to having abortions themselves, and many of them regret it immensely. However, there are those who believe that a women has the right to choose whether or not to have an abortion. Jemima feels terrible about what she has done, and she expresses remorse in a recent video. She states that a woman has to do what’s best for her. Some fans believe that Jemima made the right decision, but others believe that she made a terrible mistake. For more information on this story, visit Buzzfeed.
If you watch television for at least thirty minutes, you’re bound to run across one of those delightfully delicious Progressive commercials featuring a woman known as Flo. She’s bright, spunky and always willing to help someone make an insurance switch that could potentially save them quite a bit of money. While helping folks keep more of their hard earned cash in their pockets, Flo has become an icon.
A recent article that was featured on Cosmopolitan.com
details Flo’s rise to stardom. Born as Stephanie Courtney, the actress didn’t start out thinking that her character would become so recognizable. However, after years of auditioning for different small roles, she was cast for the position that would eventually turn her into a household name.
I think that what should be taken away from Courtney’s story is the power of perseverance stated Brad Reifler on his website. No matter how small a job may seem, it could be the very thing that catapults you to where you always wanted to be. Who knew that a role in an insurance commercial could land Courtney a place amongst the greatest TV icons of all time?
Her success shrouded in controversy, Rachel Frederickson, The Biggest Loser winner, has written an essay featured in the ‘Today Show’s, 2014 Voices.”
“My self esteem once again was affected by other people’s voices — this time, the kind that live forever in Facebook posts or written in the pages of magazines.
Frederickson’s further ignited her haters soon after her amazing achievement of losing 155 pounds, by admitting to five gym visits in one day, and consuming a mere 1600 calories broken up into five meals through out the course of a day.
As reported in ‘In Touch Weekly,’ “Comments during the controversial storm following my weight loss were hurtful,” Frederickson recalls in her essay.
Igor Cornelsen says Rachel Frederickson has triumphed over the battle of the bulge, and should be celebrated rather than vilified for it. Determination. Drive. Will power. All anyone needs.