Meryl Streep Becomes a First-Time Grandma as Her Daughter Mamie Gummer Gives Birth to a Boy

Meryl Streep, Mamie GummerMeryl Streep is stepping into a new role… and it’s nothing like she’s ever done before.
The legendary actress is a first-time grandma!
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Got £19m? You can buy Meryl Streep’s NY pad

Meryl Streep is selling her New York loft apartment and it can be yours for just $ 24.5m (£19m).
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Meryl Streep to star in Big Little Lies

Meryl Streep has been confirmed to star in the second season of Sky Atlantic’s hit TV show Big Little Lies.
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Meryl Steep says Oprah Winfrey has ‘the voice of a leader’

“That is how you rouse people. That is how you lead.”
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Why the Activists at the Golden Globes With Meryl Streep, Laura Dern, Michelle Williams & More Stars Should Be Household Names

Susan Sarandon, Emma Watson, Eva Longoria, Kerry Washington, Michelle Williams, Laura Dern, Hong Chau, 2018 Golden Globes, Party PicsNever has a sea of black dresses been so celebratory. And never have the less well-known faces on a red carpet been so deserving of all the attention.
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Emma Stone, Meryl Streep and More Actresses Set to Walk the 2018 Golden Globes Red Carpet With Activists

Emma Stone, Billie Jean KingWith mere hours before the stars set foot on the 2018 Golden Globes red carpet, some of their very special plus ones have been revealed.
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Meryl Streep and Dame Judi Dench speak out about Harvey Weinstein

Leading actresses are appalled by sexual harassment claims against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.
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Judi Dench, Glenn Close and Meryl Streep Speak Out on Harvey Weinstein

Ms. Streep called the news about Mr. Weinstein “disgraceful” but added, “Not everybody knew.” Her statement seemed to open the floodgates.
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Meryl Streep Misses The Obamas So Much, She Has A Purse With Their Faces On It

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Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, and More Explain Why We Need Planned Parenthood

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Meryl Streep: Golden Globes organisers endorse speech

The organisation behind the Golden Globe Awards praises Meryl Streep for her defence of the press.
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Donald Trump calls Meryl Streep ‘overrated’ after Golden Globes speech

Donald Trump hits back at Meryl Streep after her criticism of him at the Golden Globes.
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Meryl Streep Is About To Add Another Major Award To Her Mantel

Meryl Streep will soon be able to add another prestigious award to her ever-growing résumé. 

The Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe-winning star will be honored with the Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) Ally for Equality Award, in recognition of her longtime support of the LGBTQ community, in February. The actress, who was last seen on the big screen this summer in “Florence Foster Jenkins,” will be presented with the award at the 2017 HRC Greater New York Gala, slated for Feb. 11 at the Waldorf Astoria in New York.

HRC President Chad Griffin praised Streep, 67, for standing up for the LGBTQ community “throughout her phenomenal career” in a blog post on his organization’s website. 

“Whether through her iconic roles that raised the visibility of LGBTQ people, or by boldly speaking out for equality, Meryl Streep embodies the very nature of what it means to be an ally to our community,” he said.

In August, Streep opened up about her connection to the LGBTQ community in an interview with PrideSource. “I just can’t remember when [LGBTQ] people were not in my life,” she said. “I’ve grown up with gay people and been in love with gay people.”

Streep is no stranger to playing LGBT characters, too. In 1979, she played a lesbian in Woody Allen’s “Manhattan,” and was bisexual and shared a smooch with Allison Janney in “The Hours.” Then, of course, there was her much buzzed-about onstage lip-lock with Sandra Bullock at the 2010 Critics’ Choice Awards. And who could forget about her fantastical love scene in “Angels in America,” in which an angel (played by Emma Thompson) brought her to orgasm while hovering over Manhattan? 

She’s also courted a sizable LGBTQ fanbase with quotable turns in “She-Devil,” “Death Becomes Her” and “The Devil Wears Prada.”

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Meryl Streep Really, Really Loves Her American Flag Dress (and So Do These Other Stars)

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The Oscar-winning actress wore Catherine Malandrino’s American flag shirtdress to the 2016 Democratic National Convention Thursday night, a fitting…

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Meryl Streep Reveals the Movie Role She Didn’t Get Right

It may have earned her a best actress Oscar nomination, but Meryl Streep wasn’t entirely pleased with one particular movie role. “You won’t guess because I’ve just collected a lot of awards for that film,” she said Friday on the “The Graham Norton Show,” flipping her hair, jokingly. “It was venerated.” She finally admitted the… Read more »



Maks Chmerkovskiy Opens Up About Life After Dancing With the Stars, Meryl Davis, and Relationship News

Strict orders have been given from Val Chmerkovskiy regarding his older brother, Maksim: "Ask him anything! He's very funny," urges the Dancing With the Stars season 20 front-runner. Consider it done. It's been a year…

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See Meryl Streep Like Never Before in the New Ricki and the Flash Trailer

We've seen her as a witch, a prime minister, an iconic chef. As a nun, a fearful magazine editor, even a fox. But we've never seen the iconic Meryl Streep—who has been in some 60-plus…

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9 Reasons Meryl Streep Will Always Be Our Leading Lady

Happy birthday, Meryl Streep! Hollywood’s indisputable sweetheart is 65 today and we can’t believe it. Not only is she looking fantastic, but the woman is on fire. Over 35 years since her first Oscar win as a newcomer to Tinseltown, Queen M was a nominee for the 18th, yes, 18th, time at this year’s Oscar’s for her performance in “August Osage County,” making her the most nominated actress in history. And though she’s a bit older than the average Hollywood actress, she’s defying all odds, still being one of the industry’s most sought-after actresses with several upcoming films in the works.

We get it, Mer. You’re unstoppable. Here are nine reasons Meryl will always be the woman of our dreams. (Is there anything she can’t do?)

1. She’s one smart cookie.
She’s played a prime minister and an Editor-in-Chief on screen, but Streep would have been just as successful if Hollywood hadn’t come knocking. She attended both Vassar College and Yale’s School of Drama. In fact, she reportedly had applied for law school, but ended up oversleeping the morning of her interview and took it as a sign that she was destined for something else.

2. Her many accents.
From a sassy Southerner, to British iron lady, to a straight-talking nun in the Bronx, the Jersey-made actress can pull off any, we mean any, accent like a native. Here’s the proof.

3. She’s charitable.
Her enviable designer duds from “The Devil Wears Prada” were auctioned off for charity at her suggestion. She donated her entire salary ($ 1 million) from “The Iron Lady” to the National Women’s History museum. And recently it was uncovered that Streep and her husband, Don Gummer, have donated around $ 1 million to a variety of causes, including Meals On Wheels and the Coalition for the Homeless, quietly through their charity, the Silver Mountain Foundation for the Arts. Saint Meryl?

4. Her body confidence.
There’s nothing sexier than confidence and well, Meryl just wears it well. “I wasted so many years thinking I wasn’t pretty enough and why didn’t I have Jessica Lange’s body or someone else’s legs?” Streep said in a 2009 interview. “What a waste of time. Now I’m enjoying the tatters of what’s left and I’m very happy. Part of it is having beautiful strong daughters and hearing them whine about what’s wrong with them. I’m like, ‘Shut up! You’re lovely!'”

5. She’s grounded.
You won’t see any diva-like behavior here. “I try to lead as ordinary a life as I can,” Streep has been quoted as saying. “You can’t get spoiled if you do your own ironing.”

Perhaps it was her humble start that keeps her so down to earth. Streep waited tables in her 20s and once didn’t even have a place to sleep at night.

“On my very, very first trip to London I went around busking to earn a few pennies to afford some food and overnight accommodation,” she told Closer Magazine. “One night, when I hadn’t made enough, I actually slept in the open in Green Park under a tree. The view from the park was of the Ritz hotel, and I vowed to myself that night that I was going to stay there one day -– and I have.”

6. She has a kickass marriage.
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Streep has been married over 35 years to sculptor Don Gummer, avoiding the “Oscar Curse” many times. Streep has said the key to her marriage has been communication about everything, no matter how small and to embrace your differences. “I go to the theatre a lot,” she told The Independent. “My husband doesn’t care if he never goes to the theatre but I don’t berate him because he doesn’t want to go to the theatre … we’re different.”

7. She’s embracing aging, gracefully.
Streep has had some of her most challenging and memorable roles after turning 50, though the majority of roles in Hollywood are for younger women. “The good thing about getting older is that when they actually do cast you it’s often something interesting,” Streep said in an interview with Good Housekeeping. “You have to embrace getting older. Life is precious… each day is a gift.”

Earlier this year Streep was honored at the Palm Springs International Film Festival and said, “”I feel like I’m an example now in my dotage of the fact that you just can’t put those old gals out to pasture. We’ve got a lot of stuff still to say.” You go girl!

8. She’s a feminist.
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She’s no doubt played some strong female figures — Britain’s only female prime minister Margaret Thatcher in “The Iron Lady” to culinary genius Julia Child — but she still thinks women are underrepresented in Hollywood and beyond. “‘It would be nice to have a woman President. I think half the Senate should be women, half of Parliament, half the ruling mullahs” she once said. It seems she’s a big fan of Hillary Clinton too.

Streep has also been outspoken about the sexualization of women in Hollywood. Following “the period when a woman was attractive and marriageable or something—not ‘marriageable.’ F******* I guess is the word…they really didn’t know what to do with you…” She said in an interview with Vanity Fair. Streep credits her success to not being pigeonholed in the same way.

9. She’s perfectly comfortable in her own skin, and that’s what makes her a great role model.
“For young women, I would say, don’t worry so much about your weight. Girls spend way too much time thinking about that, and there are better things,” Streep said after being awarded an honorary degree earlier this year. “For young men, and women, too, what makes you different or weird, that’s your strength. Everyone tries to look a cookie-cutter kind of way, and actually the people who look different are the ones who get picked up. I used to hate my nose. Now, I don’t.”

Well, there you have it.

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