Glamour fuses with politics at annual Women of Year awards
HOLLYWOOD: There were motion picture stars and supermodels, TV has and pop stars.
Be that as it may, maybe the most happy applause at Glamor magazine’s yearly Women of the Year grants went to 79-year-old Democratic U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters of California, who pleased the group — including several cheering young ladies — with a stirring discourse that finished on an exceptionally political note. “Denounce him,” she admonished the group of onlookers. “Indict 45! Arraign 45!”
Nearby Waters, honourees at Monday night’s function, held at an auditorium in Brooklyn, included on-screen character Nicole Kidman, artist Solange Knowles, late-night have Samantha Bee, display Gigi Hadid, movie chief Patty Jenkins, and mold originator Maria Grazia Chiuri of Christian Dior. Additionally regarded were record-setting space explorer Peggy Whitson, Syrian displaced person and UNICEF diplomat Muzoon Almellehan and the numerous coordinators of the January ladies’ walks.