Joe seldom takes pics but today he did. 😍
When your co-star happens to be one of your besties @justinbaldoni and fellow unicorn.
Jane and Michael. #vulturefestival
This is what Fourth Season of #janethevirgin happiness looks like #cwupfronts Makeup: @carissaferreri Hair: @kikihaircutter Stylist: @whatlaurenloves
With the homie @ryanseacrest congrats on the new gig! Catch me on #KellyAndRyan today! Makeup: @carissaferreri Hair: @kikihaircutter Stylist: @whatlaurenloves Dress: @katespadeny shoes: @stuartweitzman
You make my heart smile @joe_locicero #blessed Human connection is more important than money, power or fame. Everything is sweeter with you Joe. The stress isn't as hard, the fear isn't as great and I know I can take it all on with you lifting me up.
How I end all my meetings! Thank you @Facebook @instagram for the disco BALLS!
#MovementMondays Nasim Pedrad is an Iranian-American actress and comedian. She is best known for being the first Iranian cast member on Saturday Night Live (2009–2014). Pedrad also co-starred in Scream Queens, short-lived Fox sitcom Mulaney, and played a recurring guest role in New Girl. Pedrad and her parents lived in Tehran until 1984, before immigrating to the United States. She wrote a one-woman show called “Me, Myself and Iran,” which portrays five very different Iranian characters. The show was seen by SNL cast member Tina Fey, who recommended Pedrad for SNL. After one SNL show where she played the Iranian first lady, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's wife, in a mock interview, she told the Iran News, “I love and am very proud of my Iranian heritage. It's shaped who I am as a performer, and if I ever poke fun at it, it's coming from a place of love." She will next be seen this summer on TBS’s PEOPLE OF THE EARTH.
#MovementMondays John Leguizamo is a Colombian-American actor, voice actor, stand-up comedian, film producer, playwright, and screenwriter. When Leguizamo was four years old, his family immigrated to New York. Leguizamo started out as a stand-up comic doing the New York nightclub circuit in 1984. He made his television debut in 1986 with a small part in Miami Vice. He’s acted in more than 100 movies and TV shows and his one-man shows, like Freak and Ghetto Klown, have gone on to become HBO specials. In 2008, Leguizamo received the Rita Moreno HOLA Award for Excellence from the Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA). He was a recipient of the 2011 Made in NY Award from New York City. John Leguizamo’s new one-man show, “Latin History for Morons,” is all about giving Latinos credit for their place in U.S. history. In an interview with Vogue, John Leguizamo admits he’s always felt like a second-class citizen in his own country. Leguizamo is the embodiment of the American dream: the young immigrant from the ghetto who goes on to be a Hollywood star. And yet, he frequently finds himself under attack, mostly on Twitter, because of his heritage. “People will say something like, ‘Why don’t you get out of our country if you don’t like it?’ or ‘You don’t belong here,’ ” he shares. A few years ago, he found out his teenage son was being bullied in high school in similar ways. He set out to educate himself on the many heroes of Latino culture to help his son feel proud of their background. “If in my son’s class they would have read all the Latin contributions, people wouldn’t be so ready to attack us,” he told Vogue. Leguizamo’s one-man show is now playing at New York City’s Public Theater. GO SEE IT! @johnleguizamo #MovementMondays
"Don't ask where ... ask who." @Netflix (just call me Carmen 😉)
When Jane met Adam. #janethevirgin #season3wrap #tillSeason4
She writes Jane. I play Jane. Meet Jennie Urman, the brilliant mind behind #janethevirgin she is my muse. #deadlineContenders #emmyConsideration #prayersUp
My beautiful, weird, funky tv family. God. I love them all. #janethevirgin #seasonFinale
Today is Equal Pay Day. It's got me thinking about how the fight for equality can sometimes seem hard. But it doesn't have to be. We can take on the gender wage gap through small acts, together. This is a real issue. There are real women of all different backgrounds in various occupations, that are being affected each and every day by the gender pay gap. Empower yourself through education (check out @aauwnational and join the conversation! Follow @LUNAbar to see how we're teaming up to take on the gender pay gap, one small step at a time. #EqualPay #LUNAbar #EqualisEqual #Partner #20PercentCounts
#MovementMondays Junot Díaz is an award-winning writer. He immigrated to the United States from the Dominican Republic with his parents at the age of six. In 2008 Díaz received The Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for his novel The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. In 2012, he received a MacArthur Genius Grant. According to the MacArthur Foundation, Díaz work features “powerful insight into the realities of the Caribbean diaspora, American assimilation and lives lived between cultures." Additionally, Díaz "creates nuanced and engaging characters struggling to succeed and often invisible in plain sign to the the American mainstream." In 2017, Former President Barack Obama mentioned Díaz as one of a group of writers whose books sustained and inspired him during his two terms. Díaz once said that “Artists are not cheerleaders, and we’re not the heads of tourism boards. We expose and discuss what is problematic, what is contradictory, what is hurtful and what is silenced in the culture we’re in.” Díaz is currently the fiction editor at Boston Review and a Professor of Creative Writing at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). #MovementMondays #junotdiaz
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