Glamour Names Top women,Condo Association Sues Aretha Franklin over Unpaid fees,SINCE YOU ASKED,Police: Casey Tried to Punch bartender,Taylor Sues Host Who Allegedly 'Groped Her Bottom'; 220 Years Ago This Week: English Poet John Keats ("Ode to a Nightingale") Was Born in London, in 1795.,"FREAKING OUT RIGHT NOW!!! HE KNOWS I'M ALIVE!!!!!!!! Play It Cool, Carrie.Play It Cool" [Derived Headline]

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Glamour Names Top women,Condo Association Sues Aretha Franklin over Unpaid fees,SINCE YOU ASKED,Police: Casey Tried to Punch bartender,Taylor Sues Host Who Allegedly 'Groped Her Bottom'; 220 Years Ago This Week: English Poet John Keats ("Ode to a Nightingale") Was Born in London, in 1795.,"FREAKING OUT RIGHT NOW!!! HE KNOWS I'M ALIVE!!!!!!!! Play It Cool, Carrie.Play It Cool" [Derived Headline]


220 years ago this week: English poet John Keats ("Ode to a Nightingale") was born in London, in 1795.,"FREAKING OUT RIGHT NOW!!! HE KNOWS I'M ALIVE!!!!!!!! Play it cool, Carrie...play it cool"

CARRIE UNDERWOOD's reaction to actor Sir Patrick Stewart retweeting the Us Weekly article where she says that she has a "massive crush" on (him) and "always will.",Caitlyn Jenner, Reese Witherspoon, Misty Copeland and five women touched by the South Carolina church massacre and lauded in the aftermath as "The Peacemakers of Charleston" are among this year's honorees as Glamour magazine's Women of the Year.

Victoria Beckham, billionaire entrepreneur Elizabeth Holmes, Planned Parenthoood's Cecile Richards and the women's FIFA soccer Team USA round out the Class of 2015, announced Oct. 29. They will be honored at a gala on Nov. 9 at Carnegie Hall.

Reese was selected for the magazine's December cover, to hit newsstands Nov. 10, while Caitlyn, Misty and Holmes will be pictured on foldout covers.

This year is the 25th anniversary of the awards celebrating the achievements of diverse women in entertainment, fashion, politics and business. Amy Schumer will open the ceremony that draws a star- studded crowd each year. Former honorees Madeleine Albright, Serena Williams and Billie Jean King will be among the guests to help mark the awards' quarter-century. Jennifer Hudson and Ellie Goulding will perform.

The honorees announcement came just a few days after word of Caitlyn's inclusion leaked, prompting a backlash on social media with criticism of her inclusion as a transgender woman of wealth and privilege. Some apparently thought Caitlyn was THE woman of the year, as opposed to one of many.

"Where there is hateful chatter on Twitter, there is just as much, if not more, love and support. We prefer to focus on the positive," Caitlyn said through a spokesman ahead of the announcement.

Cindi Leive, Glamour's editor-in-chief, said in an interview that criticism of Caitlyn's inclusion "certainly gives you an appreciation for the hostility to the trans community that still exists out there." The awards, she said, are intended to honor diversity among women leaders and trailblazers who are as "diverse as the population of women in this world."

"We're proud of that and we're proud of what Caitlyn Jenner has done to illuminate what so many in the trans community go through," Cindi added.

Actress Laverne Cox, also a trans woman, was among last year's honorees.

-- AP,What is that excellent actor Jeremy Irons doing these days? I liked him on "The Borgias." -- M.J.

The Oscar-winning English actor stars in the upcoming sci-fi drama "High-Rise"; the upcoming biographical drama "The Man Who Knew Infinity"; the Italian film "La corrispondenza"; the sports biographical film "Race," about Jesse Owens' victory at the 1936 Olympics in Nazi Germany; co-stars with Ben Affleck and Amy Adams in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice," due out in March; and is filming the historical adventure "Assassin's Creed," with Marion Cotillard and Michael Fassbender. He's also set to shoot the comedy "MonuMental."

Is it true that football player Tom Brady is supporting Donald Trump for president? -- K.B.

Tom isn't declaring who, if anyone, he's supporting for president; all he says is that the election is a long way off and whoever he decides to vote for will be kept private. The rumor started when it was noticed that he had a "Make America Great Again" hat, The Donald's standard prop, in his locker, and the quarterback made a few offhand remarks about how much fun it would be to have the real estate mogul as president. But, once seriously questioned, he backtracked.

-- Robin Adams Sloan, King Features Syndicate,An actor on the soap opera "Days of Our Lives" was arrested in suburban Phoenix after trying to punch a bartender at a hotel bar, authorities said Oct. …

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