Mixed martial artist Ronda Rousey has landed the role of brand ambassador for Pantene. Image by: Pantene
In the '80s, Pantene released a campaign with model Kelly LeBrock asking people, "Don't hate me because I'm beautiful." (See below for that commercial in all its glory.) Now, the hair brand has updated the phrase for 2016, partnering with mixed martial artist Ronda Rousey to tell women, "Don't hate me because I'm strong."
“I’m fully aware that I might not be the first person people think of to collaborate with a beauty brand," says Rousey. "I’ve been called ‘Miss Man’ and ‘savage’ because of my physique, but to me, strength isn’t only about having muscles. It’s about having heart and finding inner confidence, so I’m honored that Pantene asked me to be part of their new campaign that encourages women to break gender barriers, break the glass ceiling and never settle.”
Is it warm in here?
World, meet your new favourite song. Yesterday, Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik dropped their surprise track "I Don't Wanna Live Fovever," from the 50 Shades Darker soundtrack. Swift teased the track on Instagram.
In celebration, Malik posted an adorable photo of Swift and her cat because obviously in addition to being collaborators, they are also best friends.
And ICYMI, click here for the super NSFW 50 Shades Darker trailer.
Jennifer Aniston and husband Justin Theroux. Image by: Getty Source: ELLE Canada
And the award for sweetest husband goes to....
Jennifer Aniston had to face Thanksgiving dinner without hubby Justin Theroux this year...or so she thought.
On her recent visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Aniston explained that Theroux had a completely booked filming schedule in Germany so he wasn't going to make it home for the U.S. holiday. Even her friends were disappointed that he wasn't going to be there.
But just after the salad course, Aniston got a holiday surprise when Justin Theroux showed up – and brought a turkey.
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Hold onto your Grammys, John.
Here's more proof that Ryan Gosling is pretty much a perfect human. His La La Land co-star John Legend revealed on Good Morning America that Gosling learned how to play the piano for his role in the musical so fast it kinda had the Grammy winner sweating.
"I was kind of jealous about how fast he learned to be awesome at piano,” said multi-award-winning musician John. “I’ve been playing since I was four. It's not fair.” (Watch below.)
All jokes aside, John praised Ryan’s work ethic, and said that he felt “lucky” to be part of the film.
Also, if you missed the cuteness that is John and Chrissy playing a game of charades with Jimmy Fallon and Chelsea Handler on The Tonight Show, catch it here.