Orange Is the New Black, Elementary and the film Philomena were among the winners at the second evening of the GLAAD Media Awards, which took place Saturday in New York City.
Where are all the black women in film? That's a question USA Today has asked several actresses after only one black woman was nominated for her a Golden Globe in any film category. The solution, perhaps, is a principle long ago adopted by Scandal and Grey's creator Shonda Rhimes.
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13. Better Late Than Never Award: Pretty Little Liars' penultimate episode not only reveals Red Coat to be CeCe Drake (OK, not a shocker there), but a mysterious young guy named Travis tells Hanna that he was there the night of Wilden's murder and knows it wasn't Ashley Marin. Although he's reluctant to tell the police what he saw due to "bad blood," he goes down to the station in the final moments. Will Hanna's mom finally go free? Or does A have a plan to keep her locked up?
12. Worst Edit Job: For weeks now on...
In her first sit-down interview since completing her court-ordered 90-day stint in rehab, Lindsay Lohan told Oprah Winfrey that she's addicted to alcohol and chaos, but is committed to staying on the straight and narrow from here on out.
"I'm my own worst enemy," the actress said on Oprah's Next Chapter Sunday. "There are so many powers greater than me in the world, and I've been blessed and lucky enough to be given a gift to share with other people, and I think for so long I kept that so locked down and chained down, just by creating this whirlwind of garbage around myself."
Lindsay Lohan is speaking out for the first time in the latest preview for her sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey.
"I'm my own worst enemy, and...