Many celebrities are known for their crazy workout sessions and intense diets. From liquid cleanses to countless hours in the gym, weâ€™ve pretty much come to terms with the fact that we will never look like them. And while many celebs claim we can do it too, weâ€™re thinking they might be slightly crazier than we thought. Call us lazy (or just normal), but we don’t like to spend more than a good hour in the gym, let alone six.
Teen pop-starlet,Miley Cyrus could do just about anything and the press would write about it. Although, the side-boob connoisseur has just drastically changed her appearance by getting a short blonde pixie cut. The singer who became famous for her long brown Hannah MontanaÂ hair has done a complete 180 and she’s getting the best of both worlds.
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Happy Birthday Botox! It has been 10 years since the FDA approved the use of Botox as a cosmetic (and 10 years since Martin Scorsese complained that it made it impossible for actors to express emotion). We thought we’d say happy birthday with a gallery of HollywoodÂ Botox jobs.Â From flawless Cindy Crawford to…. well, Carrot Top, here are the top five best and worst celebrities botox jobs.
- Demi Moore has reportedly turned to Oprah for some tender, love and care following her stint in rehab andÂ split from Ashton Kutcher, citing the big O’s help in getting Jennifer Aniston back on her feet after Brad Pitt dumped her for that Jolie woman. Oprah will in turn have dibs on Demi’s first post-rehab interview/soul. [Page Six]
- You know who knows how to properly celebrate 420? Rihanna. Aside from rolling a blunt on a bald man’s head — while in Chanel no less — she also puffs with the mightiest lungs in America, if not the world, Snoop Dogg himself. No wonder she ran out of fucks to give…she never had any to begin with. [Buzzfeed]
Some gals got it and some gals would sell their first born just to get it — that “je ne sais quoi”, that “It” factor that makes men want them, women want to be them, and magazine editors want to put them on their covers. But even with that hard-to-categorize quality, the magic can fall short. Some gals can sell a magazine and some gals should stick to their day jobs, starring in movies, recording dance-pop hits and whoring their lives out on basic cable. Assembled here are the biggest winners and losers of the Great Magazine Cover War of 2011.
The drama of the business, the transcendent beauty of the clothes, and the backstabbing bitchery of the fashion world have always been popular subjects in film.Â Whether itâ€™s a satanic editor with a taste for Italian couture, a young fashionista dining with diamonds, or a group of disenfranchised queens hoping to set the City of Lights ablaze, these 10 movies are the greatest odes to fashion.
Actresses and female filmmakers threw on some Calvin Klein and converged at the Beverly Hills Four Seasons Monday night for Elle magazine’s annual “Women in Hollywood”Â event. Twas a mutual admiration society as Barbra Streisand, Michelle Pfeiffer, Oscar-winner Kathryn Bigelow, Laura Dern, Viola Davis, Naomi Watts, Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston mingled with the new kids on the block, including Evan Rachel Wood, Freida Pinto, Elizabeth Olsen, Amanda HeardÂ and Chloe Moretz.