Connie Britton: Yes, poverty is sexist. Here’s why.

At Sunday’s Golden Globes, Connie Britton wore black in support of the Time’s Up anti-harassment movement, including a sweater that read, “Poverty is sexist.” The sweater’s message and price later became a topic of discussion online. Britton defended the sweater on Twitter, writing, “I just don’t think a $5,000

Connie Britton defends 'poverty is sexist' sweater

Connie Britton’s defending her choice to wear a statement-making sweater that read “Poverty is sexist” to the Golden Globes Sunday night after Twitter users began calling her out for the style’s $380 price tag. To stand in solidarity with women who experience sexual harassment, Britton not only chose to wear

Is Nashville about to kill off another beloved character?

Warning: This article contains MAJOR spoilers for Nashville season five which is currently airing in the US. Following a pretty tragic mid-season finale, it was difficult to imagine Nashville getting even more dramatic, but it seems like it actually might. In a brand new, seriously intense trailer for the second