‘It’s Not All About The Celebrity Awards’: Celebrities Talk About The ‘Hottest’ Of Their Year
Posted On July 12, 2021
When the celebrities of this year’s “Celebrity Awards” are not the big names that the media has been reporting on, they are usually the most popular of all time.
So far, there are at least four celebrities that have been nominated for their roles on the show: Jennifer Aniston, Ellen DeGeneres, Michelle Visage and Scarlett Johansson.
Here are some of the other celebs that are nominated for the show.
Jennifer Anstiston, the actress and model from “American Idol,” has been nominated eight times.
Anstiston received nominations for her role in the 2012 film “The Mummy,” “The Legend of Tarzan,” and “The Huntress.”
Aniston received a nomination for her portrayal of a woman who was kidnapped by the king in the first season of the ABC series “Once Upon a Time.”
She was nominated for her roles in “The Queen,” “Queen of Katwe,” and the 2009 film “Lucky Louie.”
Michelle Visage, the Emmy-winning actress and producer from “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” received nominations in the 2013 “Bridget Jones’ Neighborhood,” the 2015 “The Crown,” and last year for “The Night Manager.”
Visage also received nominations from the 2014 film “Cats” and the 2013 TV movie “The Lady in the Van.”
Scarlett Johansson, the “Ghostbusters” star and the director of the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War,” has received nominations eight times for her performances on the film “Shrek the Third.”
Johansson received a nod for her “Ghostbuster” and “Captain Marvel” roles.
In the 2014 TV movie, Johansson was nominated again for her part in the role of the villainous Mrs. Incredible in the “Iron Man 3” sequel.
This is a story that started when I was 13 years old.
The story is told by two girls, Emily and Molly.
I am the girl in the dark and I can see a big red light, which I call the light at the end of the tunnel.
I feel a little fear at that moment.
And then I see a little light and it says “Wake Up, Mom!” and I’m scared because I have the light in my house, so it’s going to be really dark.
And I think, Oh my god.
So, it’s scary.
And it’s like, Oh, my God.
And at the same time, I’m excited.
But I know I’m going to get through this.
When I was in seventh grade, I started doing some research, looking at other girls who were on the same page as me, and I thought, Oh no, I have to be more courageous, because this is so real.
I mean, you know, I was a tomboy growing up.
And this is not the first time I’ve had this.
I remember when I had a really traumatic childhood, so I was the only girl in a group of girls who got bullied.
And we were really shy and really shy.
And one of the bullies came up to me and he said, “Hey, Molly, you’re the most beautiful girl on the block.
I’ve seen you, you got it all figured out.
So what do you say?
Do you want to be a model?”
And I said, I don’t know.
And he said: “You’ve got it, but you gotta be careful.
And you know that, right?”
And then he left.
And so I did not want to go back and see that.
So I said: I’m a tomboys’ dream.
So that’s how I was, until I had my son.
So he’s always been my biggest fan, and so he’s like: “Well, you gotta do this.”
And I have a dream of being a model.
So this is how it started.
So the second I got my son, I said to my husband, “I’m going out there.
I’m just going to give this to everyone.”
And he was like, “No.
You’re going to work.
You’ll do the show.”
And so, that’s why I am so good at acting.
And that’s the only thing I can do.
But it’s so hard to do. I don