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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton went head to head on Wednesday night for their final presidential debate.

Both candidates made one last-ditch effort to prove their points on immigration, abortion and gun control, and per the usual, threw a few digs. Trump called Clinton a “nasty woman” while Hillary reminded the world that Donald is the “most dangerous to run for president in the modern history of America.”

Polls show that Clinton won, but what were celebrities saying during the fiery final debate? Read below to find out.

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TimesUp! Tracee Ellis Ross Wants More Money For ‘Blackish’



Tracee Ellis Ross is reportedly the latest star tackling gender wage gap in Hollywood head on.

As the #MeTooMovement continues to stay relevant around the world and the TimesUp campaign continues to grow, women are starting to speak out about making less money than their male co-stars.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Ross makes significantly less money than her black-ish co-star, Anthony Anderson, and now is fighting for equal pay.  Per the report, “Ellis Ross feels that if she isn’t brought up to Anderson’s level, she may opt to appear in fewer episodes to make up the disparity by guesting on another show.”

A source at ABC also suggested that a “new deal will significantly increase her compensation and cautioned that Anderson and Ellis Ross’ roles aren’t equal given that he has been attached to Black-ish from the start and is an executive producer.”

SIDE NOTE: That was also the argument when E! News host, Catt Sadler stepped down due to making less than Jason Kennedy. At the time, the network claimed Jason had other duties, which also included his contributions to the Today show.

Ross has yet to comment on the report, but if she does take a step back, this means the show will be more male dominated; after all, Zoe, played by Yara Shahidi, is now in college and has her own spinoff show, Grownish.

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