She sobbed as she thanked the politician for being an inspiration.
Hillary Clinton is a huge inspiration to many Americans, especially the female writers of 'The Tonight Show'. But it was Miley Cyrus who really put her heart into Jimmy Fallon's Thank You Notes section this week when the iconic politician made an appearance on the show.
Miley Cyrus at the iHeartRadio Music Festival
Despite the fact that she lost the Presidential election to Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton has remained a hugely important political figure for millions of people, particularly women and girls in America. Thus, it seems only right that she would be the subject of 'The Tonight Show''s Thank You Notes. But for Miley, this was far from a comedy moment.
Continue reading: Miley Cyrus Breaks Down Meeting Hillary Clinton On 'The Tonight Show'
That's the only problem with strapless dresses.
There's nothing worse than bagging the photo opportunity of a lifetime, only for it to be ruined by an unflattering illusion. Poor Emma Stone was left mortified when a shot of her and Hillary Clinton made her appear naked behind the T-shirt she was holding up.
Emma Stone at 'Battle of the Sexes' screening
The 26-year-old expressed her embarrassment on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert' while discussing her forthcoming movie 'Battle of the Sexes' in which she stars as tennis hero Billie Jean King. She was showing off some T-shirts featuring the iconic figure with her tennis score - 6:4, 6:3, 6:3 - backstage with Clinton, but unfortunately her strapless dress destroyed the moment.
Continue reading: Emma Stone Is Mortified That She Looks Nude In Hillary Clinton Photo
Chart-topping star Mary J. Blige has admitted she was ''petrified'' to interview Hillary Clinton in 2016.
The 46-year-old singer-songwriter was tasked with interviewing the then-Presidential candidate last year and she admits her lack of experience influenced her decision to serenade Clinton with a rendition of Bruce Springsteen's 'American Skin (41 Shots)'.
She said: ''[I was] petrified to do the interview because I'm not a journalist. But I became one. I'm an actress so I turned that thing on and made it happen. That was a nice conversation.''
Continue reading: Mary J. Blige: I Was Petrified To Interview Hilary Clinton
JK Rowling, Chrissy Teigen and George Takei - we thank you.
Ever since social media was invented it's been used to, as millenials call it, 'throw shade'. We've all done it, but somehow it's even more equal parts shocking and hilarious when famous people do it - either to each other or to random internet trolls.
Jk Rowling is a comeback queen
Here are our favourite sassy moments on Twitter of this year:
Continue reading: From JK Rowling To George Takei: 10 Sassiest Celebrity Tweets Of 2016
Madonna made the rather outlandish promise while opening for Amy Schumer's New York stand-up gig on Tuesday.
The 58 year old pop megastar made the amusing – and, one can only assume, not completely serious – pledge as she introduced stand-up comedienne Amy Schumer to the stage in New York City on Tuesday night (October 18th).
Continue reading: Madonna Promises Free Oral Sex To All Hillary Clinton Voters
Actor BD Wong Campaigns for Hillary Clinton in Philadelphia at the Bubblefish Restaurant, Pennsylvania, United States - Thursday 13th October 2016
In the wake of Pinsky's comments about Hillary Clinton's health earlier this month, HLN has pulled the plug on 'Dr. Drew On Call'.
Shortly after he criticised the health of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, the celebrity rehab presenter Dr. Drew Pinsky has suffered the loss of his HLN current affairs show ‘Dr. Drew On Call’ after five seasons.
CNN-owned HLN announced on Thursday (August 25th) that the show, which launched in April 2011 and has been hosted by the reality TV star and qualified physician Pinsky, is to be cancelled. Its final episode is due to be broadcast on Thursday September 22nd.
In a statement from CNN executive Ken Jautz, it was announced that the network and Pinsky, 57, had “mutually agreed” to bring the series to an end.
Continue reading: Dr. Drew Pinsky's HLN Show Cancelled After Five Years
In an interview with Esquire, Eastwood claimed that Republican nominee Trump was a reaction against "political correctness".
Hollywood legend and high-profile Republican Party supporter Clint Eastwood has offered his two cents’ worth on the upcoming presidential campaign – telling people who have been offended by Donald Trump to “get over it”.
In a new interview with Esquire magazine alongside his son, Scott Eastwood, the 86 year old actor and director didn’t hold back as he castigated a “pussy generation” of Americans obsessed and petrified by political correctness when asked what he thought of Trump’s campaign.
Clint Eastwood believes Donald Trump represents a refreshing change from the "political correctness" of mainstream politics
Continue reading: Clint Eastwood Tells Those Offended By Donald Trump To "Get Over It"
Andrew M. Cuomo and Hilary Clinton at the New York City Pride March 2016 - United States - Sunday 26th June 2016
Miley Cyrus gave a moving performance during her appearance on Saturday Night Live which suggests she’s still coming to terms with the death of her husky, Floyd.
Miley Cyrus shed a few tears during her appearance on Saturday Night Live over the weekend. The 22-year-old acted as the guest host and featured musical talent for the NBC show which aired on Saturday (3rd October).
Miley Cyrus at the MTV VMAs in Los Angeles, August 2015.
Chelsea Clinton is all for Kanye West running for President but she’s not certain if she’d vote for him – at least not until she sees his competition.
Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and Democrat nominee hopeful Hillary Clinton, revealed she thinks Kanye West’s decision to run for President in 2020 is “awesome”. Clinton’s enthusiasm isn’t necessarily with West’s policies but with his ability to inspire young people to get involved in politics.
Chelsea Clinton at the Jazz Foundation of America's 24th Annual Jazz Loft Party in New York, May 2015.
Selfie queen Kim Kardashian got one of her most high-profile pictures to date, having attended an exclusive fundraising event in L.A. on Thursday night.
The 34 year old model, who is pregnant with her second child with rap megastar husband Kanye West, met the presidential hopeful at a private fundraising event in Los Angeles on Thursday evening (August 6th).
Perhaps the heavyweight celebrity backing will add a bit more youth credibility to the Clinton campaign, which looks to be steamrollering its way to the Democratic nomination at the start of next year.
Continue reading: Kim Kardashian Captures Selfie With Hillary Clinton
Hillary Rodham Clinton and Hillary Clinton - Hillary Clinton speaks during an event at the University of Miami BankUnited Center. - Coral Gables, Florida, United States - Thursday 27th February 2014
Bill Clinton, Andre Agassi and Hillary Clinton - Former President of United States Bill Clinton and Andre Agassi Las Vegas, Nevada - Former President of United States Bill Clinton campaigns for his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, at Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy Monday 5th November 2007
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