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People Top HeadlinesJan 20, 2018
Kathy Griffin Says She's 'Not Welcome' at the Women's March -- but She Still Supports It
Explaining why she wouldn''t be one of the celebrities who joined millions of women (and men) across the world for a second year of the Women''s March this weekend, Kathy Griffin claimed her presence was 'not welcome.'

'So, yeah, after all these months, I''m still not welcome at #WomensMarch2018 etc. (For now). But I support you!!!' she wrote on social media Saturday.

Although the comedian did not go into details about her claim, she shared her message alongside a black-and-white version of her infamous photo holding a mask of Donald Trump''s bloodied head, which seemed to imply the controversial photo was the reason she felt she wasn''t welcome.

'What's at Stake Couldn't Be More Serious': Women Marching in N.Y.C. Speak Out Against Trump (People Top Headlines)
Padma Lakshmi, Amy Schumer and More Stars Step Out for Women's Marches Across the Globe (People Top Headlines)

People Top HeadlinesJan 20, 2018
Donald Trump Responds to Nationwide Protests at Women's March: 'Get Out There Now to Celebrate'
Donald Trump has shared his thoughts on the numerous Women''s Marches being held nationwide this Saturday — and it''s not what you would expect.

'Beautiful weather all over our great country,' the president wrote on social media Saturday afternoon, adding that it was 'a perfect day for all Women to March.'

'Get out there now to celebrate the historic milestones and unprecedented economic success and wealth creation that has taken place over the last 12 months. Lowest female unemployment in 18 years!' he continued, as he chose not to acknowledge the fact that the Women''s March is a protest against his policies, and not a celebration of his claims of 'economic success.'

Fire & Fury Author Michael Wolff Claims Trump Is Having an Affair: 'Read Between the Lines' (People Top Headlines)

People Top HeadlinesJan 20, 2018
Nicolas Cage Supports the #MeToo Movement: Everyone 'Needs to Be Heard, Supported and Cherished'
Nicolas Cage is speaking out in support of the #MeToo movement.

'Every opportunity I get to work with a female director - one of the best movies I ever made was Valley Girl and I just did a picture called Inconceivable with Maria Pulera and there was a strong female cast,' Cage, 54, told PEOPLE at the Entertainment Studios Suite at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, on Friday. 'I realize that the talent and creativity needs to be heard and supported and cherished.'

Cage, who is starring in the action-thriller, Mandy — which premiered at the festival on Friday — shared his thoughts after Sundance Institute founder Robert Redford discussed the effects of movement at the opening press day press conference on Thursday.

'Change is inevitable,' Redford said. 'I''m pretty encouraged right now. What it''s doing is bringing more opportunities for women … Women are going to have a stronger voice … I think the role of men right now is to listen.'

MTV study suggests the #MeToo movement might actually be changing how young men behave (AV Club Films)

People Top HeadlinesJan 20, 2018
NeNe Leakes Reacts to Controversial Roach Comment in Drama-Filled RHOA Season 10 Trailer
There''s a lot more drama in store for the Real Housewives of Atlanta. In a new trailer for season 10, the women — Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Buruss, Shereé Whitfield, Porsha Williams, NeNe Leakes and Kenya Moore — can be seen taking on Spain together, welcoming newcomer and America''s Next Top Model winner Eva Marcille and addressing the controversy involving a roach comment between Leakes and Kim Zolciak-Biermann''s eldest daughter, Brielle.

The 20-year-old posted a now infamous Snapchat video in October from Leakes'' home in which she said she allegedly found 'cockroaches' in the bathroom. Leakes then accused Brielle of being racist, and the incident sparked an Instagram feud between her and Zolciak-Biermann.

'She don''t know what the f— she mother——- talking about,' Leakes says in the E! clip after hearing Brielle''s comments. Leakes can later be seen dressed up as a roach exterminator at a big Halloween party that Zolciak-Biermann is also attending.

WATCH: NeNe Leakes Slams Kim Zolciak-Bierman Over Daughter''s Snapchat Video, Calls RHOA Costar ‘Racist''

And this isn''t the only feud Zolciak-Bierman gets into. Tensions are high between her and Buruss in the trailer; the two recently got into a Twitter war over last week''s episode.

Moore, who married husband Marc Daly in June 2017, can also be seen finally introducing her fellow Housewives to her 'mystery man' after slamming a door and saying, 'That''s why Marc want to be a part of this because every time you''re trashing his wife.'

Judging from the final moments of the trailer, an explosive fight between the ladies will erupt over dinner.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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