"Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that yes, the future is female," Clinton said in her first recorded statement since the inauguration of Donald Trump and women's marches the next day.
The conference, which continues through Wednesday and is being live-streamed online, is bringing together powerful women at the height of their powers. Actress Octavia Spencer and activist Gloria Steinem kicked off the conference with a keynote conversation about Spencer's movie "Hidden Figures," and diversity in storytelling on Monday night. (And Steinem spoke exclusively to The Times about the election and the challenges ahead.)
Daft Punk's first-ever pop-up shop is coming to Los Angeles for nine days, opening the day before the 59th Grammy Awards.
The Maxfield Gallery on Melrose will host the shop, which runs Feb. 11-19, and according to the store will include "a retrospective of archival set pieces, wardrobes & helmets, rare photography, films and more."
Oh, yeah, limited-edition clothing too, from the likes of Off-White, Darkdron, Herve Manufacturer and Enfants Riches Deprives.
Rosie O'Donnell has volunteered her services for "Saturday Night Live's" comedy takedown of President Trump and his administration.
The former co-host of "The View," who is already an outspoken critic of the president and has publicly quibbled with him in the past, says she would be willing to parody his chief strategist, Stephen Bannon, on "SNL."
"If asked, of course I would," O'Donnell told NBC News on Tuesday. She also tweeted "available - if called i will serve."
Janelle Monáe can confirm: Conan O'Brien's hair is real. And that's a pompadour pro judging a pompadour pro.
But wait — the singer doesn't call her usual hairstyle a pompadour.
"I really did want to do my 'Monáe,' and I wanted to have a hair-off with you, but we went for something different today," the 31-year-old "Hidden Figures" and "Moonlight" actress told the host during a sit-down on his Monday show.
Not one to rest on her success — or take a breather after the Super Bowl — Lady Gaga will duet with Metallica at the 59th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday.
A fan account tweeted a clip Monday night of a promo showing the pop star and the metal band set to duet, and Rolling Stone confirmed the pairing Tuesday morning. Then the singer retweeted a later message from the fan account, adding confirmation of her own.
Lead singer James Hetfield is "under strict doctor's orders to not sing a single note," Metallica said in a statement Saturday, so it looks as if Gaga will get the mike.