Sophia has been rehearsing for the SAG Award show yesterday. Meaning she will be attending the big show today! Sophia is also taking over the SAG Awards Instagram account. Follow her @sagawards for the latest updates! Very curious about what she’s going to wear!

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Sophia attended the Women’s March rally in Washington yesterday! Photos are in the gallery. Read two news posts about this day below!
Sophia is amongst others pictured with America Ferrera, Uzo Aduba, Amy Schumer, Gloria Steinem, Monica Raymund and a lot of other marchers and also fans!

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Public Appearances > 2017 > Women’s March in Washington – January 21, 2017

02/08/2017 (10:02PM – 11:00PM) (Wednesday) : HALSTEAD GOES UNDERCOVER AT A CORRUPT TREATMENT CENTER FOR TROUBLED YOUNG GIRLS. The body of a 15-year-old girl is found crushed in an abandoned building after she runs away from a treatment center for troubled girls. Voight (Jason Beghe) sends Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) undercover as a guard to work from the inside at the center, where he believes the girls are trading sexual favors for something in return. Meanwhile, Platt (Amy Morton) feels guilty because the victim was brought into the District last year, and Platt doesn’t remember her. Also starring Sophia Bush, Patrick John Flueger, Elias Koteas, Marina Squerciati, and LaRoyce Hawkins. Guest starring Nick Wechsler, Barbara Eve Harris and Charles Andrew Gardner.

The nation is weary after an election season filled with rancor, division and controversy. But actress and activist Sophia Bush insists that now more than ever, it’s time to take a stand against President Donald Trump.

Bush, who was among the estimated 500,000 people at the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, told PEOPLE at the protest that it’s up to all Americans to come together to fight Trump and help protect each other’s rights.

“The election was insidious and I feel like a lot of people sort of threw their hands in the air and said, ‘I don’t want to deal with this.’ And I get it. Donald Trump turned our political system into a circus. It was embarrassing,” she said.

“But at the end of the day, this is where we are now. This is when we double down and we stand up and say, ‘No, you will not destroy our environment to make money for your friends that are already billionaires. No, you will not hit our education system and make life harder for the kids in this country. No, you will not gut our health care system and let people die of cancer and preexisting conditions. No, this isn’t happening.’ ”

Bush — who campaigned for former President Barack Obama in both 2008 and 2012, and for former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in 2016 — told reporters Saturday that she was honored to work with the Obama administration and with Michelle Obama, with whom she moderated a 2016 South by Southwest panel discussion on the former first lady’s Let Girls Learn initiative.

Bush added of her participation in the Women’s March, “I’ve always wanted to show up.”

“The day I knew this march was being organized I called the organizers and I said, ‘Tell me how I can help. Tell me what I can do. I’m there. Literally anything you need.’ ”

“For me, this is how we vote,” Bush said. “What companies you support, where you spend your money. What things you are willing to actually activate around. That’s how you show your government and the world what you want.”

Source: People

It’s been totally heartwarming to see just how many celebrities have turned out for Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington to stand up for human rights. Petitioning issues such access to healthcare, abortion, and contraception, as well as employment and equal rights for women, the Women’s March has already shown how passionate people are post-Obama. One actor who is always outspoken when it comes to political issues is One Tree Hill star Sophia Bush, whose astute political nature would make her TV character, Brooke Davis, proud. Plus, Bush is at the Women’s March on Washington and has already impressed fans worldwide by having such an impact in a short amount of time.

While Bush has yet to live-tweet from the event, several photos of the actor have appeared on social media, showing that she’s already managed to be quite active at the Women’s March on Washington. One photo showed Bush with feminist icon Gloria Steinem, while a short video clip had the One Tree Hill actor explaining some of the ways young women can get more involved in politics during the next four years. Bush is completely proactive about fighting the policies that she disagrees with, and it’s exciting to hear her rallying support, especially for young women who will be heavily impacted by some of Trump’s policies regarding reproductive rights.

Despite Bush being incredibly vocal about politics, she told HuffPost Live in March 2016,

“I still have people saying, ‘You know, you’re an actress, stay in your lane. You’re not allowed to be political… I see the effects of education access, environmental crisis, what’s happening in our political sphere and how it affects the developing world.”
Her keen focus on political issues, and her continued criticism of Trump and his policies, make Bush the perfect person to march in Washington. In Oct. 2016, Bush responded to the leaked footage of Trump describing how he would “grab” women, and explored the devastating way in which women and girls are often subjected to sexual assaults. By attending the Women’s March, Bush is standing up for women’s rights, which is so important.

Bush was outspoken throughout Obama’s presidency, and her attendance at Saturday’s march shows that the Chicago P.D. actor isn’t about to back down any time soon.

Source: Bustle

Also added a photoshoot from his January for La Ligne, shot by Julian Ungano and Tommy Agriodimas. Let’s hope for many more beautiful photoshoots of Sophia this year!

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Added a beautiful photoshoot of Sophia taken by Hudson Taylor in December 2016 to the gallery!

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Added a bunch of photoshoot outtakes from shoots of previous years! Some photos are in new albums, some are add-ons to photoshoots already there! A lot more in the gallery!

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Sophia Bush is taking a new look at love.

The Chicago P.D. star wrote an intimate op-ed piece for Cosmopolitan’s February issue, where she takes a look back at her past relationships and reveals why she is no longer searching for “the one.”

“In my 20s, when I was starting out my career as an actor, I wasn’t looking for a relationship, but one found me and became serious, even though I hadn’t planned to settle down until my 30s,” the 34-year-old explained. Bush married her One Tree Hill co-star, Chad Michael Murray in 2005, but their marriage only lasted five months. “But when the person you’re with asks you to marry him, you think: This must be happening because it’s supposed to.”

“But I refuse to let that one relationship define me,” she continued, “which is why I’ve done my best to avoid discussing it for 10 years. The reality is that, yes, it was a massive event in my life. And the trauma of it was amplified by how public it became, which was incredibly foreign and bizarre to a girl who’d been just another college kid 24 months before her life blew up.”

Shortly after her marriage to Murray ended, Bush reveals that one of her platonic relationships became romantic, and ultimately helped her find a deeper understanding of love.

“I came to appreciate that relationships often serve a specific purpose at a certain point in time, for myriad reasons,” she wrote. “Some are meant to heal you, some are meant to teach you how to build yourself up, and some are meant to show you how to trust your own intuition. You call in exactly whom and what you need over the course of your life, as you are learning life’s lessons. And learn them you will. Even if you try to avoid these teachings, they’re coming for you. This reality has taught me that the relationships that don’t lead to lifetime commitments are not failures. Not every love can last forever.”

Bush explains that it took her a while to begin defining success a different way, and that not everything is black-and-white.

“Often in between those two, you find the keys to what you need in partnership: what you’re willing to give, what you want to get, and what things are absolutes that you cannot compromise on,” she explained. “A few months with the right person can be as great an experience as a decade-long union with someone else.”

“When you take the pressure of The One off, you’ll open yourself up to endless possibilities,” she continued. “You’ll learn to have a truly deep, knowing relationship with yourself first. Then the rest will fall into place. Reasons, seasons, and lifetimes. They’re all valid.”

Source: ET Online

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