Jenna Ortega says she cares, and says First Lady Melania Trump should do the same.
Ortega wore a jacket reading "I do care and u should too" on the red carpet at the Radio Disney Music Awards Friday night, countering the "I really don't care. Do U?" jacket that the first lady wore as she left Washington to visit detained migrant children on Thursday in Texas. Trump donned the jacket again when she returned to the nation's capital in 80-degree heat.
The 15-year-old actress, whose credits include "Jane the Virgin" and "Iron Man 3," told the Associated Press that she thought Melania Trump's jacket showed poor judgment, and she couldn't believe her advisers allowed her to wear it. Ortega said that she cares about migrant children, "and as first lady of the United States, she should, too." Ortega had the jacket made the night before the awards show.
Stars of 'Thrones' wed near castle
Former "Game of Thrones" co-stars Rose Leslie and Kit Harington married Saturday with a church service and a celebration at the bride's ancestral castle in Scotland. Guests included the pair's "Game of Thrones" co-stars Peter Dinklage, Maisie Williams, Sophie Turner and Emilia Clarke. Harington and Leslie, both 31, met in 2012 on the set of the HBO fantasy series, where they played a couple as the characters Jon Snow and Ygritte. Leslie left the cast in 2014 and now stars in the U.S. legal drama "The Good Fight."
Librarians take Wilder's name off award
A division of the American Library Association has voted to remove Laura Ingalls Wilder's name from a major children's book award over concerns about how the early-to-mid 20th century author portrayed blacks and American Indians. The Association for Library Service to Children's board made the unanimous decision Saturday at a meeting in New Orleans. The name has been changed to the Children's Literature Legacy Award. The association says the work of Wilder — best known for her "Little House" books — "includes expressions of stereotypical attitudes inconsistent with ALSC's core values." The first award was given to Wilder in 1954.