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Throwback to training with @joe_locicero Strong is my sexy. 👊🏽💃🏽How do you like to grow in strength?
#Movementmondays AZIZ AND LENA
Aziz Ansari is an American Actor, Comedian, and Filmmaker with Indian descent. From his stand-up tours & specials; to acting in feature films and TV shows;  to releasing his first book Modern Romance: An Investigation in 2015; to creating, writing, and starring in the critically acclaimed Netflix series Masters of None; Ansari has definitely made a mark in the entertainment industry. His role as Tom Haverford on the NBC series Parks & Recreation received praise from critics including Entertainment Weekly naming him one of 2009’s “Breakout TV Stars.” In 2016,  Ansari’s performance as Dev on Master of None landed him a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor. The series itself received four Emmy nominations last year, which led to Ansari and his co-creator Alan Yang winning the Emmy for Outstanding Writing.  Last night at the 69th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Ansari won his second Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series last night alongside Lena Waithe for their episode titled “Thanksgiving.” Waithe was the first black woman nominated in that Emmy category and made history by becoming the first black woman to win! Lena Waithe is an American Actress, Producer, and Screenwriter. She realized she wanted to be a TV writer at the age of seven and received strong family support from her single mother and grandmother. Waithe has written on shows such Fox’s Bones, Nickelodeon’s How to Rock, and the 2013 web series Hello Cupid.  She also served as the producer on the 2014 film Dear White People.  Waithe’s role as Denise on Master of None became an instant fan favorite and is inspired by her real life. She told Hollywood Reporter that the episode started with Ansari simply asking her about her coming out story,"It's a beautiful tribute to my family, to black women everywhere, to black matriarchs. It's just such a wonderful ode to my childhood and my growing up and my evolution as a woman and being comfortable with myself.” Last night, she delivered a powerful message to her ‘LGBTQIA’ family, "I see each and every one of you.The things that make us different – those are our superpowers." ❤️😍❤️
Emmys 2017 💃🏽@naeemkhannyc 😍
This season is for my warriors. All the tears, the laughter, the love and the loss. I hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoy making it. Love you all! #janethevirgin #oct13 (let us welcome the new older Mateo, Elias, he is pure love)
Jane and Adam. I get to play with this weirdo 😜😜😜 #janethevirgin @tylerposey58
I #lovemyshape because it keeps me alive. I #lovemyshape because it keeps me active and strong. I #lovemyshape because this was the one I was born with and damn it feels good when you get to that point. And I #lovemyshape on Jane. I #lovemyshape now. And I #lovemyshape when I’m on my period and when I’m not. Cause it looks different. I think body positivity is important because it frees up a lot of worrying and a lot of stress we spend on it daily. Instead put all that time and energy onto doing the things you want to do and making your dreams come true. Join @shape and I in helping spread more body-positive vibes and tell us why you are damn proud of the skin you’re in using #lovemyshape.
Google sponsored me to discover places #OnGoogleMaps while I was in Tijuana filming my movie!!!🇲🇽 For #TBT I decided to share a List of my favorite places there. The location in this photo was truly breathtaking... Joe and I couldn't get enough of the sunrise and sunset 🌅☀️😍Check out the link in my bio to see the List I created! You know I hit up all the Taco spots...I love you Mexico Lindo
Me and my Tv baby daddy. Season four 😍😍 #janethevirgin @justinbaldoni
#MovementMondays Zoe Saldana is a Dominican and Puerto Rican actor and dancer. Born in Passaic, New Jersey, she spent the majority of her early childhood growing up in Jackson Heights, New York, where she was raised bilingual, speaking both English and Spanish. When she was 9 years old, her father died in a car crash and her mother moved her and her sisters to the Dominican Republic, where she discovered her love of dance, especially ballet, and enrolled in the ECOS Espacio de Danza Academy. Her family returned to New York after her sophomore year in high school, and she began performing with the Faces theater group in Brooklyn, which put on plays to send teens positive messages about issues such as substance abuse and adolescent sexuality. At the same time, she performed with the New York Youth Theater. Her appearance in their production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat led a talent agency to recruit her. In 2000, her dance training and acting experience helped her land her first film role, playing ballet student Eva Rodriguez in Center Stage. She then appeared alongside Britney Spears in the 2002 film Crossroads.  Her breakthrough came in 2009 with roles in Star Trek and James Cameron’s Avatar, which is the highest-grossing film of all time.  In 2014, she played Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy, and reprised the role this year in Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2.  Recently, Saldana appeared in Sia’s music video for “Free Me,” narrated by Julianne Moore, bringing attention to HIV awareness. Sia, Moore and Saldana are among the celebrity ambassadors partnering with #endHIV campaign. Saldana will be seen as Gamora again in the Marvel Avengers: Infinity War scheduled to premiere in the US on May 4, 2018. What is your favorite role of Zoe's? Mine, literally every single one 😍😍😍 @zoesaldana #MovementMondays
Hanging onto Sunday like...(outtakes from @shape mag cover shoot) 😜
What you got in your contents page? @shape 🦄
If feels incredibly bizarre and unnatural to celebrate during these times. My mind is constantly working to try and see where I can help, contribute and grow. So then maybe it is right to share this cover of @shape magazine because it marks a time in my life where I pushed myself to the max. Where I learned that being healthy was self love. That putting myself, vulnerabilities and all, out there for the world to judge isn't as scary today. We must make those risks in order for change and growth to occur. I love this cover. Not because I feel good and myself and real in it but because it pushed me to a place that wasn't easy and I conquered. All and all, here it is my cover of the October issue of @shape peace and love y'all. Head to shape.com/gina for a peek inside the issue where I talk about body confidence, being an equal-opportunity eater, and how nailing a pull-up has made me mentally stronger.