Reese Witherspoon: Ask better questions!

By admin
23 February 2015

Reese Witherspoon has lent her support for the #AskHerMore initiative.

The #AskHerMore campaign was launched in 2014 by The Representation Project, a charity which is committed to the promotion of diversity.

The whole purpose of the initiative is to invite journalists to ask female celebrities more complex questions on the red carpet and Reese is in full support of that.

'This is a movement to say we’re more than just our dresses'

“This is a movement to say we’re more than just our dresses,” the 38-year-old actress told Robin Roberts on Sunday before the 87th Academy Awards. “There are 44 nominees this year that are women and we are so happy to be here and talk about the work that we’ve done. It’s hard being a woman in Hollywood, or any industry.” Hours before the Oscars began, Reese took to social media to promote #AskHerMore. “It's meant to inspire reporters to ask creative questions on the red carpet (sic),” she wrote in a caption on Instagram. “I love the Oscars AND fashion like many of you - & am excited to share #WhoAmIWearing later tonight. (not yet!!) But I'd also love to answer some of these Qs....And hear your suggestions?! (Share em below!) There are so many amazing, talented nominees this year..! Let's hear their stories! Spread the word. #AskHerMore #Oscars #Countdown”

Reese isn’t alone in her support of #AskHerMore. Scandal creator Shonda Rhimes also praised the cause ahead of the Oscars. “Stop asking women questions about what they wear to cover the containers they carry their brains around in. #AskHerMore,” Shonda wrote on Twitter.

Golden Globes host Amy Poehler also expressed similar sentiments before this year’s show.

"The #RedCarpet is open and we want the media to #AskHerMore! Let's go beyond 'Who are you wearing?' and ask better questions!” the comedienne wrote on her Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls Twitter account.

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