The new year will bring with it a new round of celebrity gossip and rumors.

But there’s still one thing that will never change: Who the hell is the next female star?

In our 2017 Celebrity Beauty & Hilarity roundup, we’ll reveal the new women in Hollywood.

Here are some of the top actresses who will be stepping into the spotlight in 2018: Olivia Wilde Olivia Wilde is one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood and it’s safe to say that she has some pretty strong opinions about women.

The actor and model first appeared on the set of “Grey’s Anatomy” in 2018 and has been praised for her role as a transgender woman in the hit series.

The 26-year-old has also become a vocal critic of Hollywood and has spoken out about how she feels as a woman, in particular, the lack of representation of trans women in the media.

She even starred in a documentary on trans people in Hollywood titled “Born in the City” that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2017.

The actress, who has spoken of her own transition to become a woman in a recent interview with Vanity Fair, is one woman who has expressed her opinions about trans women on the show.

She also has a lot of good things to say about actress Alyssa Milano, who she also starred with on the hit “Greys.”

“I would like to think that Olivia Wilde and Alyssas Milano are as equal as can be,” Wilde said in an interview with the Huffington Post.

“I think that in general, it’s a great honor that Alyssah is the person that we know that we can say this is how Alyssash has always been.

I think it’s amazing to have Alyssam in that position.

And Alyssyas is a great actress.”

And if she’s being honest, Olivia Wilde also has her eyes on Milano.

“There’s been a lot more female directors, a lot fewer women directing and I think a lot less female actors,” Wilde told the New York Daily News.

“And I’m not saying that it’s impossible, but there’s a lot that has to change in terms of the gender of the directors and the way in which the female directors are making movies.”

Milano is one actress who has made waves with her gender-bending films.

The former “Dancing With the Stars” judge has recently announced that she will be transitioning to female in 2018.

In a statement to BuzzFeed News, Milano said that she hopes to become the first openly transgender woman to direct a feature film.

“As an actress, I always have been fascinated by the concept of a transgender person living a life, and so it’s important for me to take this journey now, so I can finally share my story with the world,” she said.

Olivia Wilde’s “GreyS” character in 2018 Olivia Wilde has already announced that the actress will be taking on a more openly trans role in 2018, but that she’s still undecided about what that role might be.

“We’re still undecided.

We’re still not sure.

We haven’t really thought about it,” Wilde, who is also a contestant on “Grey’S Anatomy,” told the Daily Mail.

“The first time I did ‘Grey’ is in the pilot episode.

That was it.

I’m in the studio.

I didn’t do a lot in the first season because I was doing a lot on ‘Grey’s’ and I just didn’t have time to get ready.”

Wilde said that her transition would not impact her work on “The Voice,” the ABC drama series that is based on the popular hit TV show.

“It’s an opportunity to really do something with my life and it just doesn’t have any effect on the reality of the show,” Wilde admitted.

“They’re very much my peers, and I really do love them and I want to be like them.”

Olivia Wilde in “Grey S” Olivia Wilde stars in the upcoming film “Grey” as Dr. Sarah Lomax, a female surgeon in the fictional medical world of “The Doctors.”

The actress was cast as Sarah Loma in 2018 after starring in the show’s pilot episode and was the first transgender woman on the series to be cast as a surgeon.

The upcoming film, which is being produced by “The Doctor” producer J.J. Abrams, will focus on Lomacks life on the streets of New York City as she navigates her gender transition.

Olivia will play Sarah Lomo, a nurse in the city, who was diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder, or GID, when she was just eight years old.

She underwent sex reassignment surgery and was forced to take hormones to transition to female.

Olivia has also appeared in films like “Gravity” and “In the Heat of the Night,” and she’s even been nominated for an Academy Award for her work in “The