Avocado Toast And A Lion Queen: Here’s What’s Trending On Social This WeekAvocado Toast And A Lion Queen:Here’s What’s Trending On Social This WeekPhoto Courtesy of CoveteurWith sexual assault allegations continuing to surface in Hollywood, this week saw some emotional, yet supportive social posts, sprinkled with glimpses into the positive happenings of the entertainment world. From Instagram to Twitter, these are some of this week’s trending posts to women, from women, or about them.Lana Del ReyFollowing the allegations against Kevin Spacey, Dustin Hoffman, Brett Ratner and Jeremy Piven, Lana Del Rey removed the Harvey Weinstein-inspired track from the live sets on her current tour. In a statement to MTV News, Del Rey revealed, “I thought it was funny at the time, and I obviously find it really sad now.” She also released that she will be retiring the song as it’s “the only right thing to do.” .@LanaDelRey on ‘Cola’ lyrics: “I thought it was funny at the time and I obviously find it really sad now” https://t.co/BEu8Y7HBFV— Hollywood Reporter (@THR) November 2, 2017Ziwe on BeyonceOn Wednesday, Disney unveiled the actors who would bring the Lion King to life for their live-action remake in 2019. The internet was abuzz with names like Seth Rogen and John Oliver as lead-male roles, but the news of Beyonce as Nala seemingly incurred the most attention. it’s not called the lion king anymore. if beyonces in it, it’s called the lion queen. it’s nala’s movie now— Ziwe (@ziwe) November 2, 2017Nikki BellaThe WWE athlete and star of Total Bellas was eliminated from Dancing With The Stars this week only to dedicate an emotional Instagram post to her fans and DWTS partner for the support in helping to build her character throughout the empowering experience.Amy Kaufman I know a lot of women are coming forward about sexual harassment in the wake of Harvey Weinstein. I hope it is not lost that that is still an incredibly hard thing to do, often involving serious legal threats.— Amy Kaufman (@AmyKinLA) November 1, 2017In the wake of further sexual assault allegations in Hollywood, film writer Amy Kaufman, posted a reminder that even though more women continue to come forward, this act of coming forward shouldn’t be taken for granted or normalized.Maddie ZieglerWith the first book in her trilogy series out this week titled “The Audition,” 15-year-old Maddie Ziegler has another reason to celebrate as she appears on TIME’s 30 Most Influential Teens of 2017, also revealed this week. Sarah Hyland I don’t know what the writers would say? But I confirm. https://t.co/KfRXMvCvl8 — Sarah Hyland (@Sarah_Hyland) November 1, 2017In response to a fan’s tweet which questioned the sexuality of the actress’ character on Modern Family, Sarah Hyland confirmed that her character, Haley Dunphy, was indeed bisexual on the show’s behalf. Gisele BundchenThe model and her husband used Halloween as a chance to reaffirm their #couplegoals by pairing their costumes to reflect avocado toast. Olivia MunnThank God it’s a new a day. @badasscrossstitchA post shared by Olivia Munn (@oliviamunn) on Oct 29, 2017 at 8:47pm PDTAfter the actress spoke up with allegations of Brett Ratner’s sexual advances, Munn took to social media to spread awareness of her story and to support the women who spoke out before her, including Jessica Chastain and Ashley Judd.Greta GerwigAfter exclusively directing and producing “Lady Bird,” the film appears as an NYTimes Critic’s Pick, with A.O. Scott relaying the experience of Gerwig’s ability “to infuse one of the most convention-bound, rose-colored genres in American cinema with freshness and surprise.” “I wish I could convey to you just how thrilling this movie is” —@aoscott on “Lady Bird” https://t.co/PgVh8FpZgX— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 2, 2017Millie Bobby BrownThe 13-year-old appeared as the cover story in this month’s issue of Variety. In the article, Brown discusses the unconventional way she found stardom–a way that has already earned her a Primetime Emmy Award. Jillian DaraJillian grew up an island girl but converted to city style after living in Boston, London, Santiago, and now, NYC. She is a writer, editor and content creator with a desire to share stories in the lifestyle genre. With a particular focus on travel and profiles, she prides herself on sharing the most authentic story for those who aren’t able to share their own.