"There will never be another like me-e-e-e!" Taylor Swift informed us on the lead single to her album, Lover. Indeed this certainly seems to be a true statement. More than most other artists, Swift has deftly changed images and music genres without much controversy.
Today, Toni Morrison transitioned from living legend to ancestor.
These women might not be household names, but they sure made history. Welcome to MsMojo, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the "Top 10 Badass Historical Women You Probably Never Heard Of."
Marilyn Monroe, born Norma Jeane Mortenson, is one of the world's biggest stars. Known for her roles as a 'dumb blonde,' Monroe was treated as an object in Hollywood's Golden Age. Her difficult upbringing and fractured relationships fed her depression and anxiety, which led to her premature death at the age of 36. Throughout her career, she hinted at her struggle in playing the role of 'Marilyn Monroe.'
When we hear the words "Strong female leader" our minds usually wander to Oprah or Michele Obama. Oprah has a strong influence on a lot of charities and her interviews with inspirational people can really change an outlook on life. How about the other strong female role models? Who are they, and what do they do that's inspirational?
She is graceful, she emits strength and love, and she stands for what she believes in. She is a woman. She is Meghan Markle. Last year, the entire world watched as Meghan walked down the aisle to her literal prince. Now, nearly an entire year later, Meghan and Harry are expecting their first child at any moment. Throughout her experience as a Duchess, even as a pregnant one, Meghan has been verbally assaulted by numerous sources, including her own family, yet when she steps out she smiles at the people, gives to them, and aspires love within them.
If you haven't met or heard of Natalie Eva Marie, it's all good, you have now. Natalie Eva Marie started out her career in 2013 debuting in WWE as a WWE Diva. The star was "all red everything" so if you don't recognize her above, it may be that the red hair is gone, and purple is the new red. She left WWE in 2017 to do bigger and better things.
So, there's about a lifetime of reasons to love Chrissy Teigen. From her "yas, sis" worthy tweets to her no-bs personality, Chrissy Teigen is indeed a woman of the day, and we're borderline obsessing.
With the recent stirring of National Eating Disorder Awareness week on social media, Riverdale's Camile Mendes weighed in with her own experiences.
Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson have joined forces and will soon hit the big screen in The Hustle, a film featuring two badass women who swindle wealthy men out of massive sums of money.
The 61st annual Grammy Awards took place on Sunday night, an evening that seemed to be themed around all things woman.