From Selena Gomez, Regina King To George Clooney Have Been Named For PEOPLE’s People Of The Year With Their Impactful Work!


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From Selena Gomez, Regina King To George Clooney Have Been Named For PEOPLE’s People Of The Year With Their Impactful Work!

After releasing the PEOPLE’s Sexiest Man Alive 2020, the magazine has now released names for PEOPLE’s People of the Year 2020. They are Selena Gomez, George Clooney, Regina King, and Dr. Anthony Fauci who made an impact with their work.

 Earlier this yearSelena Gomez had her first No. 1 album on Billboard 200 chart, was part of HBO Max series Selena + Chef which is renewed for the new season. Also launched her Rare Beauty brand in the hope to earn $100 million, which will go to mental health services and even provided her Instagram to Black activists amid protests against police brutality.

In talk with the magazine, this 28 year-old impactful lady said,“I don’t feel like Rare Beauty would have been [possible] three or four years ago. I understand now how it feels to be on the other side, comparing myself or thinking I need to look more like this or more like that to fit in.”

Actor, director, and Academy-Emmy award-winning Regina King, who has been very outspoken about justice for Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and for also those who have been the victim of police brutality.

Regina says, “I don’t necessarily see it as a renewed purpose. But I have a little more power now, in my choices, and in my ability to amplify a message. I have things I’m very passionate about. And I feel very lucky to be able to use my art and my voice collectively.”

Talking about Hollywood ace star George Clooney donated $500,000 to the Equal Justice Initiative, in the wake of George Floyd’s death and Black Lives Matter protests. Further he made $1 million of donation for corona outbreaks, also contributed for Beirut explosion in August.

With magazine talk, George said, “I grew up in a generation where all the people that mattered to us were being murdered, from Martin Luther King to Bobby and Jack Kennedy to Malcolm X and Medgar Evers, and all these things that counted were going on, with women’s rights, civil rights, the anti-Vietnam [war protests].”


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