Kicking off another day on the job, Pippa Middleton began her morning (July 18) with coffee and a banana in London’s trendy Chelsea neighborhood.
The Duchess of Cambridge’s gorgeous sister headed off to work looking fabulous in a blue floral print dress with a red jacket, red flats, and a red handbag.
And though she’s thrilled to be reunited with her ex-boyfriend Alex Loudon, it seems Alex’s parents aren’t exactly jumping for joy.
An insider shared, “They don’t think Pippa’s right for him as she parties too much. Alex’s parents were welcoming but they were always somewhat lukewarm about the relationship. They didn’t see Pippa as ‘wife material.’ Pippa is very sweet but she is socially ambitious – all her friends are so ‘trophy posh’ it’s ridiculous. They didn’t honestly see Alex and Pippa’s relationship as a long-term thing.”
Putting her sexy backside to work for her, Karolina Kurkova did her best Marilyn Monroe impression during a photo shoot in St. Tropez yesterday (July 11).
The beautiful Czech cutie was all about showing off her derriere in a “Seven Year Itch”-style moment, with her dress being blown up.
In addition to her taupe frock, Karolina donned a pair of super-high heels along with red lipstick, and a pulled-back hairstyle for a confident, powerful look.
Ms. Kurkova’s new photo shoot is said to be her first step towards scoring presenting gigs after she was passed up for a job on “Project Runway All Stars.”
Putting the longtime rumors to rest, Anderson Cooper has come out of the closet via a newly released letter.
The writing was published on Monday (July 2) by recipient Andrew Sullivan, who is a political blogger pal of the CNN news anchor/talk show host.
In his penning, Cooper reveals, “I’ve always believed that who a reporter votes for, what religion they are, who they love, should not be something they have to discuss publicly. As long as a journalist shows fairness and honesty in his or her work, their private life shouldn’t matter.”
Bluntly telling that he prefers men, the 45-year-old states, “The fact is, I’m gay, always have been, always will be, and I couldn’t be any more happy, comfortable with myself, and proud.”
“Since my early days as a reporter, I have worked hard to accurately and fairly portray gay and lesbian people in the media – and to fairly and accurately portray those who for whatever reason disapprove of them,” Anderson continues, adding, “It is not part of my job to push an agenda, but rather to be relentlessly honest in everything I see, say and do. I’ve never wanted to be any kind of reporter other than a good one, and I do not desire to promote any cause other than the truth.”
With her new movie “Ted” having just hit theaters in a grand way, Mila Kunis continued the promotional efforts by covering the August 2012 of ELLE UK magazine.
The 28-year-old actress looked enchanting in a crystal beaded silk dress by Dior for the Doug Inglish shot front page while dishing about everything from some men not seeing women as being funny to the downsides of being a Hollywood actress.
Highlights from Miss Kunis’ interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to ELLE UK!
On the difficulty of women to be funny is some men’s eyes:
“There is a small, weird group of people who don’t like women being crude, but they need to get over that. Lots of men still don’t see women as funny.”
On the downsides of being an actress:
“I don’t need this attention to be happy. It’s actually a whole industry of rejection. People want the shiny stuff that comes with the job, but it can be rough. That’s the truth; I’m just the first to say it. It’s important that what I do and who I am are not the same thing.”
On having to work hard to remain successful:
“I always assume that people underestimate me. Why not? Why wouldn’t they? I have everything working against me at this point. I am a woman, I’m a child actress and I was on the television show for eight years. But I have worked really hard to prove them all wrong. It’s the stubborn side of me.”
Kicking off her morning, Miranda Kerr was spotted leaving her apartment in New York City earlier today (June 14).
The gorgeous Aussie supermodel opted for a chic all-black outfit, contrasted by a fabulous red leather handbag as she strolled up the street.
And though she’s well-known for her fortune and beauty, Miranda told press she’s more interested in keeping herself healthy through it all.
”Working 16, 17 hours, you need to know how to take care of yourself or you’ll fall off the wagon. I know it’s cliche, but I feel health is wealth.”
”I was lucky for a while there, I just did yoga. Now I’m exercising a whole lot more, but it’s for my job. It is a lot of work!” she added.
She’s well on her way to yet another career comeback, and Lindsay Lohan is having a blast playing the role of Elizabeth Taylor.
And in a newly-released official photograph, it seems the “Georgia Rule” actress has done a great job of morphing into the iconic actress.
According to the “Liz and Dick” costume designer, Salvador Perez, “You’d swear it was Elizabeth… there was an audible gasp.”
Perez also noted, “Part of the magic is the wardrobe. And Lindsay said she wants to bring magic to the movie.”
Her movie “Friends with Kids” was just released while another film in which she appears titled “The Dictator” is set for a May debut and, as part of the promotions, Megan Fox took over the cover of the April 2012 issue of Jalouse magazine.
The 25-year-old actress looks elegant in a Philip Treacy hat with an Emporio Armani vest for the Alexei Hay shot front page while opening up about topics such as her role in “Friends with Kids” and disliking of seeing her magazine and commercial shoots.
Highlights from Miss Fox’s interview are as follows. For more, be sure to pay a visit to Jalouse!
On her role in ‘Friends with Kids’:
“I’m Mary Jane, the character played by Adam Scott thinks he is her soulmate. But he has a baby, I’m very independent, and he disapproves of her lifestyle.”
On shooting magazine covers and ads :
“I hate taking pictures, I never watch them, otherwise I would have wanted to change everything. I prefer not to see any and trust the photographer, who knows his job.”
On being labeled based on her looks:
“I live well with my image, I cannot complain, I would not trade my place with an unattractive girl.”