In tonight’s episode, “Doors and Windows,” after Brandon (David Lambert) confesses to Stef (Teri Polo) that he didn’t get into Juilliard, she decides she’s fed up with all of the kids’ secrets and removes their bedroom doors.
Mariana (Cierra Ramirez) starts seeing a therapist to deal with the trauma of Nick’s actions.
While Jesus struggles with physical therapy, Brandon realizes that music might be a good way to help get through to him.
Callie’s (Maia Mitchell) biological father Robert (Kerr Smith) brings in his highly paid attorneys to handle Callie’s case, which causes a conflict with Stef and Lena (Sherri Saum).
The Fosters airs TONIGHT, February 21 @ 8PM on Freeform.
“It’s a lot of who I am and what I want to talk about. I’m sure that there will be allusions to all sorts of stuff going on right now once I sit down and start creating the body of work that I want to put out,” Lauren told Teen Vogue. “For now, I’m very focused on Fifth Harmony. We’re making an album right now. We’re chilling. We’re so happy and we’re moving forward. I’m really excited for this chapter for us to be able to close that and do us.”
Lauren often talks to the other 5H ladies about what’s going on in Washington.
“I tell them everything. I’m like, ‘Guys, Trump just signed another executive order. We need to know what’s going on.’ They’re also super-aware and they also are super-passionate about this stuff, too, in their own way,” Lauren said.
But what does she do to wind down and not get overwhelmed by everything?
“I try to be as mindful as possible and focus on love,” she said. “I feel much calmer if I meditate for an hour and surround myself with my crystals, and I just sit there for a second and cry if I have to. That makes me feel better.”
In case you missed it, check out these 10 times that Lauren inspired fans to speak out!
Emma Watson has been hard at work for the past year on her activism work, but she doesn’t think she’s quite ready to write a book about her work as a feminist.
The 26-year-old Beauty and the Beast actress is on the cover of Elle UK‘s March 2017 issue. Here is what she had to share:
On taking a year off from acting to concentrate on activism: “It wasn’t about me necessarily proving anything…I was just thinking that I have this year to myself, so let’s see what we can do to ‘move the needle’ and make a difference.”
On dealing with her critics: “It really toughened me up…There is a level of criticism that comes with being an actress and a public figure, which I expect, but once you take a stance on something like feminism, that’s a completely different ball game.”
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