Hurriedly trying to finish off her errands before the Big Apple weekend nightlife got underway, Miranda Kerr was all-business as she made her way around the bustling streets of New York City on Saturday evening (July 14).
Showing off her long legs in floral printed pants, the Victoria’s Secret supermodel was looking fab as she gabbed away on her cell phone while hopping out of a chauffeured Mercedes Benz.
As for her enviably slim and toned figure, Miranda recently revealed the regimen she maintains to keep herself in such fine form.
Of her healthy living, the Aussie beauty dished, “Yoga is the core of my health and fitness regimen. I enjoy practicing regularly and have done so for over 10 years now. I also love to do Pilates. Low impact activities that focus on the connection between mind and body work best for me.”
On top of the dedicated exercise efforts, Miss Kerr also has a system when it comes to her food choices, as she explained, “For my day to day diet, I adopt the 80/20 rule. 80% healthy and organic, 20% indulgent, that works for my body and me personally.”
Spending an afternoon out solo, Mila Kunis was spotted walking the streets of New York City on Friday afternoon (July 6).
The 28-year-old star looked perfect for the scorching summer day in a white tank and skirt while she toted around her iPad and a pack of cigarettes as she ignored the flashing photographers.
Spending the afternoon together, Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield were spotted out on a casual stroll down the streets of New York City on Monday (April 9).
The “Easy A” actress tried to keep a low profile as she walked closely next to her boyfriend with the two young lovers both in mid-length pea coats to keep them warm on the crisp spring day.
Meanwhile, “The Amazing Spider-Man” co-stars recently discussed their new flick which set to release in 3D on July 3, with a few highlights from the interview with Perez Hilton found below:
Garfield on playing Spider-Man:
“It’s heavy stuff. At the bottom of everything I’m a fan, so I’m able to understand that perspective. No matter who was cast, whether it was me or anyone else, I would have been pissed off, as a fan, because no one is ever going to match up to what Spider-Man is in my head, and what he is in my heart.”
On his first time wearing the costume:
“[I felt] very self-conscious, because you’re practically naked. You’re just all out there! And that’s a really dangerous, brave, scary place to be. But after that first flush you feel the power of it, the power of not being seen, the power of the mask. Peter [Parker] becomes witty when he’s got that protective layer.”
Stone on the first time she saw Garfield in costume:
“I touched him! I was inappropriate! I literally felt him. Because being in the room with Spider-Man is insane for anybody, especially with that beautiful costume. It was palpable on set that everyone was in the room with the actual Spider-Man. It felt like a mirage.”
Enjoy the mild springtime weather in the Big Apple, Emma Stone was spotted out for a day-beginning stroll through the streets of New York City on Wednesday (March 28).
The 23-year-old actress bundled up in a long, navy coat with a big scarf wrapped around her neck while drowning out the surrounding clamor with the help of headphones tucked inside her ears.
The sighting comes as a new interview tells that Emma was at first averse to taking on the role of Gwen Stacy in the upcoming movie “The Amazing Spider-Man”.
Miss Stone dished, “I heard about Spider-Man and I didn’t think it was something I would want to be a part of. I just thought that probably isn’t right for me. Then I [auditioned with Andrew Garfield] and realized that this was a really interesting, fantastic relationship between two people and that I was being really closed-minded.”
As for changing her mind, Emma told, “[I] started learning more about Gwen Stacy and her history and just fell in love with the character and with the fans, too. I started reading forums and getting involved more in the comic book universe and it just became something I really wanted to be a part of, just because of all those elements.”