On Wednesdays, We Wear Pink

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A weekly review of the biggest news stories in Hollywood Break out your mini-skirts and burn books! Mean Girls celebrated its 10th birthday this week, bringing back plenty of memories of high school drama and cliques. Starring Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, and Tina Fey, Mean Girls took the teenage girl world by storm in 2004, and has only gained popularity and attention since. Today, it boasts some of the most recognizable movie quotes to date, and remains the rite of passage story for girls everywhere. Not to mention, it’s a constant reminder that “on Wednesdays, we wear pink.”

Also making big news this week, George Clooney, a favorite among the silver foxes in Hollywood, announced his engagement to Amal Alamuddin. The two have been romantically linked since October. While Clooney and Alamuddin have yet to speak out about their engagement, Alamuddin’s law firm confirmed it with a congratulatory statement on Monday. This will be Clooney’s second try at love, after his first marriage to Talia Balsam from 1989 to 1993.

While one door to happily ever after opens, another one closes. Prince Harry and girlfriend of nearly two years, Cressida Bonas have called it quits. Since the split was confirmed on Tuesday, Bonas has reportedly talked about wanting to focus on her career, and it seems that the two are remaining drama-free since the split. However, it’s more than likely the handsome royal won’t stay single for long. There’s bound to be a line of eager ladies waiting at his door.

A big week for the royal family, Prince William and Kate Middleton also celebrated their 3rd wedding anniversary this week. Three years ago on April 29, the world tuned in to watch the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge tie the knot at Westminster Abbey in London. Since then, the two have welcomed a son, Prince George, and have been enjoying life as a married couple. Congrats, Will and Kate!

Over two months ago, Inception and Juno star, Ellen Page came out as gay to the public. This week, Page finally opened up about the announcement in the new issue of Flare magazine. In the issue, Page admits that she was nervous before coming out, but has since embraced her sexuality. Though she says she felt guilty for not staying true to herself before deciding to tell the public, she is now happy and confident about where she is.

If this week in Hollywood has taught us anything, it’s that life is full of ups and downs, but there can always be a happy ending.