The 22-year-old social media star and model sported a sharp new ‘do at the 2017 Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Academy Awards Viewing Party at The City of West Hollywood Park on Sunday (February 26) in West Hollywood, Calif.
“I did the show Guidance a year-and-a-half ago, and I had silver hair. It just came out on Hulu, and I was thinking that I don’t even look anything like the character now that I’m brown, so I was dreaming about going back to blonde,” Amanda revealed about her hair color change back to blonde.
She adds, “I was online shopping, and I saw this girl’s blonde shag. I could tell she had dark brows and naturally dark hair, and she was rocking it so I was like, ‘that’s it.’ I went to Chris McMillan and Justin Anderson did my color — he did an amazing job.”
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The 100‘s Marie Avgeropoulos is also pictured below at the Cadillac Oscar Week Celebration
Shawn Johnson steps out for the Dove #mybeautymysay billboard launch event in Times Square on Wednesday morning (July 27) in New York City.
The 24-year-old athlete teamed up with the beauty brand for the campaign, which aims to stop sexist media commentary of female athletes.
“I feel like our world today is pushing beauty over athleticism for young girls,” Shawn recently shared. “I want to be an advocate to change that.”
She added, “I don’t care if people critique me. I want you to, but I want you to critique my performance. If you say my backflip wasn’t high enough, I can either [disagree] and say it was, or I can go home and work on it. If I do a backflip and you say, ‘Well, you just aren’t pretty enough,’ there’s nothing I can do with that. It’s a helpless feeling.”
Shawn is also pictured at SiriusXM just the day before.
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“2008 Olympic Team Reunion! We miss you Alicia,” Nastia wrote on Instagram, giving a shout out to Alicia Sacramore Quinn, who is expecting her first child with NFL quarterback Brady Quinn and was unable to make the event.
Shawn Johnson makes a grand entrance during the Jaguar Landrover Challenge wheelchair rugby match during the 2016 Invictus Games Orlando held at ESPN Wide World of Sports on Wednesday (May 11) in Kissimmee, Fla.
Teams consisted of three celebrities, one celebrity team manager, wheelchair rugby players, and one wheelchair rugby coach each.
The day started off with an early morning training program where the celebrity participants joined the experienced players to learn the ins-and-outs of Wheelchair Rugby. This was the first opportunity for the celebrity participants to meet each other, become adjusted to their personalized wheelchairs and join fellow supporters in learning the stories behind their co-players experiences as veterans and wounded warriors.
The Invictus Games are the international adaptive sporting event for wounded, ill and injured servicemen and servicewomen, both serving and Veteran. The Invictus Games 2016 highlights 500 competitors from 14 nations compete in 10 sports.