Humblebragging Will Make Everyone Hate You, Study Says

According to the latest research, humblebragging—"bragging masked by a complaint or humility"—makes people hate you more than blatant self-promotion.

Conducted by researchers at Harvard and the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, and published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, the study reveals that false modesty doesn't win friends. Instead, sincerity might be the best route to take.

“It’s such a common phenomenon. All of us know some people in our lives, whether in socia…

L'Oréal Casts First Hijab Model In New Hair Product Promo

Beauty brands have become much more inclusive in recent years, expanding their reach to include those rarely targeted in broad campaigns.

L'Oréal Paris, however, has taken this outreach to the next level by casting Muslim beauty influencer Amena Khan as the first hijab model to star in an ad for its Elvive line of hair care products — a first for the company and the industry overall.

"How many brands are doing things like this? Not many," Khan told Vogue UK. "They’re literally putting a girl in a …

Ellen Pompeo Won't Stand for Gender Pay Inequality (and Neither Should You)

Without Ellen Pompeo, "Grey's Anatomy" wouldn't be the long-running hit it's become. Three hundred episodes later, it's still the glue that holds ABC's 'TGIT' lineup together—and Pompeo, who plays the title character, recognizes precisely what level of power this position brings.

Currently, the “Grey’s” star is the highest-paid actress on a primetime drama. She also recently signed a new deal that'll potentially carry her through seasons 15 and 16, should they be ordered by the network. Therefore…

Keira Knightley Says Contemporary Female Characters "Nearly Always Get Raped"

Ever wonder why actress Keira Knightley primarily appears in period dramas?

No, it's not because she's been typecast. It's actually because she doesn't like the way contemporary women are portrayed on film.

“I don’t really do films set in the modern day because the female characters nearly always get raped,” she told Variety. “I always find something distasteful in the way women are portrayed, whereas I’ve always found very inspiring characters offered to me in historical pieces.”

However, Knightle…

Rick Springfield Hopes His Story Will Help Others Battling Suicidal Thoughts

Contrary to popular belief, actors and musicians are just like the rest of us. Even though they appear to have it all, they're not immune to sorrow and depression. That's why singer Rick Springfield hopes that, by sharing his story, he'll be able to help those who are battling suicidal thoughts, much like he has on numerous occasions throughout his lifetime.

“I want them to have hope… and know that the moment will pass,” the former "General Hospital" star told ABC News' Paula Faris. “I’m an examp…

Chrissy Teigen Stands Up for McKayla Maroney In Sex Abuse Case

Last October, US. Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney accused former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar of sexual abuse. While nearly 150 women have spoken out against Nassar in the months since Maroney first issued her statement, the gold-medalist had already settled her claim with the organization in December 2016, which included a $1.25 million payout.

But there's one caveat—the settlement Maroney signed with USA Gymnastics includes a non-disclosure agreement (NDA), which means the gymnast c…