Glo's Girl Crushes Of The Week
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Eva Mendes2 of 8
This bombshell actress recently shared with a magazine the importance of celebrating one's unique look. "One of the benefits of having a big smile and big teeth is that if you just smile you can look happy," she said. We love this positive outlook on flaunting what you've got.
Elizabeth Banks3 of 8
In celebrating-your-looks news, this super-funny actress is putting her blond tresses and pixie nose to perfect use: She’s just been tapped to play Tinkerbell in a live-action movie about the feisty Peter Pan character. We can't wait to watch!
Mae Jemison4 of 8
In 1992, Mae became the world's first woman of color to go into space. Now, she is sharing her smarts in order to create opportunities for young women and minorities to follow in her footsteps as the spokeswoman for Bayer Corp.’s Making Science Make Sense program. (Oh, and she's also a former Peace Corps volunteer, doctor and dancer.)
Joan Rivers5 of 8
We can't help but love Joan Rivers: She's funny, blunt and just plain fabulous. And she's reportedly letting the world get a real glimpse of her and her daughter Melissa in a new reality show about their lives. We'll be watching ... with a cocktail in hand.
Caster Semenya6 of 8
Almost a year ago, this female runner's gender was put into question — erupting a sports scandal of epic proportions. We don't know if we'd be strong enough to return to the track after such a fiasco, as Caster did this week, and we admire her for getting back out there and doing what she loves. She gets a well-deserved "you go, girl" from us.
Liz Phair7 of 8
The singer recently released a new album that 100% reflects her. She told New York magazine: "These songs and the ones coming next: These are all me. Love them, or hate them, but don't mistake them for anything other than an entirely personal, un-tethered-from-the-machine, free for all view of the world, refracted through my own crazy lens." Love it.
Jill Johnson8 of 8
What happens when a photojournalist quits her job to just do something she loves? If she's Jill Johnson, she takes pictures of cats in wigs — and gets 'em into a book written by her pal Julie Jackson. We're totally obsessed.
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