She beat out Bruce Springsteen, songwriter Shelly Peiken, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, actor Mark Ruffalo, and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders to win the award.
She wrote three memoirs, “The Princess Diarist,” “Wishful Drinking” and “Shockaholic,” and four novels: “Postcards From the Edge,” “Surrender the Pink,” “Delusions of Grandma” and “The Best Awful There Is.”
Getty Images Country singer Reba McEntire arrives on the red carpet, sporting a white rose to support Time's Up and gender equality.
Getty Images Host James Corden appears on the red carpet ahead of the show wearing a white rose in solidarity with Time's Up.
Getty Images Grammy nominee Kesha walks the red carpet ahead of the show, where she'll perform her song "Praying."
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