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Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Taylor Swift: Being A Pop Star Is "Not That Hard"

Easier than it looks!Taylor Swift sounded off on her music career in a new interview with BBC Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw, telling the DJ that her hit albums, sold-out tours, and many awards do not take quite as much work as many people think.
"It's not that hard, I'm telling you now it's really not," Swift, 25, told Grimshaw, according to the BBC. "Sometimes I really don't think it's that hard at all."
The "Style" singer, who recently made the transition to pop from country, is currently in the midst of her 1989 World Tour and added to Grimshaw that concert dates around the globe help her to feel more productive.
"That's the best part of this," she said of the international tour. "When you walk off stage and you're drenched in sweat and you're tired and your legs hurt... It feels like you're really working for the job. It's nice to feel tired after a show. I'm like 'Oh my God, I'm finally doing something.' I really like the feeling of: 'You know what? I've been busy. I deserve this watching two hours of TV at the end of the night.'"
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Swift, who said that her show of choice for chilling out post-concert is Friends, kicked off the 1989 Tour in Tokyo earlier this month. She then made her way back to the United States, playing two shows in Louisiana. She will continue to tour throughout the summer, playing more than 75 shows in big cities across the globe including London, Amsterdam, Chicago, Los Angeles, Sydney, and Montreal, among others.
The Grammy winner's setlist is made up of a few old favorites such as "Love Story" and "I Knew You Were Trouble," but mostly features cuts off of her latest album 1989. One of her recent singles and tour numbers, "Black Space," was a huge success for Swift, hitting No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, but also a bit of a tricky track for her fans.
The lyrics to the song about new love and ex-boyfriends were widely misheard by listeners. Swift's line of "Got a long list of ex-lovers / They'll tell you I'm insane," was famously interpreted as "Got a lot of Starbucks lovers / They'll tell you I'm insane," and the goof even made it all of the way to the singer's mother, Andrea Swift
"'Hahah it really does sound like Starbucks Lovers..." - my mom just now who is SUPPOSED TO BE ON MY SIDE," the "Welcome to New York" singer tweeted on Saturday, May 23. "Smh." 

Kendall Jenner Fuels Lewis Hamilton Relationship Rumors While Yachting In Monaco

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Kendall Jenner photographed alongside rumored boyfriend and Mercedes Benz Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton at the Monaco Grand Prix May 24. Reuters
It looks like Kendall Jenner may be off the market. Recent photos of the 19-year-old model and "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" reality star suggest she may have her sights on British Formula One racing champion Lewis Hamilton.
Jenner spent Memorial Day weekend soaking up the sun in Monaco on a luxury yacht. She was joined by her close friends and fellow models Hailey Baldwin, Gigi and Bella Hadid. Also spotted on the massive vessel was Hamilton, who was visiting Monaco for the Monaco Grand Prix. Photos show the pair slipping away for a private chat on the boat’s deck. Jenner was also photographed smiling and looking on as the 30 year old zipped around on a jetski.
Prior to their day on the water, Jenner and her posse got VIP access to the race. She shared a photo of herself watching from a box with the caption, “Hey Driver.” People magazine reports she was later seen wearing Hamilton’s gold chain.
Before being linked to Jenner, Hamilton was in a relationship with Pussycat Dolls member Nicole Scherzinger. The couple dated on and off for many years before finally calling it quits in February. Jenner, on the other hand, has kept quiet about her love life. She has been rumored to be linked to several famous men, including Justin Bieber and Harry Styles, though none of those relationships have been confirmed.

Bikini'd Jessica Alba Is The Picture Of Summer In Shape Magazine

Jessica Alba looks like the picture of summer in Shape magazine's latest issue.
The Honest Company founder and actress appears on the June 2015 cover of Shape, and in an array of bright swimsuits for the editorial. Alba, 34, admitted that "working out sucks," but she manages to stay motivated by taking classes surrounded by other people.
“I attribute my athletic body to the martial arts, gymnastics, dance and strength training I did while filming 'Dark Angel,'" she said of her action-packed TV series, which ran from 2000 to 2002. "That’s made me strong and really set the bar.”
Alba said that becoming a mother changed her self-image for the better.
“I wasn’t truly confident about my body until I had my daughters, Honor, 7, and Haven, 3," she said. "I felt more comfortable in my own skin after they were born. Plus, if I want them to be happy with their bodies, I need to walk the walk.”
Read more from Alba's interview in the June issue of Shape, on newsstands now.
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Sunday, 24 May 2015

Anna Kendrick Is a Woman We Like a Lot

We were told not to love her... but we loved her anyway.

Anna Kendrick knows that she is small. She knows that she can be cheap, and that she can seem a bit distant, and that she possesses an uneasy relationship with the retail elements of her job as a movie star—the charm thing, the confidence thing, the Woman We Love thing. She knows these things, these supposed deficiencies, and she speaks about them dryly, ironically, without much charge. "I'm probably, at most, likable," she says. Then, without fingering air quotes or making a bubbly suggestion, she instantly, effortlessly, creates a slant, an angle for what follows. This. She titles the afternoon spent with her "A Woman We Love but Whom We've Got Some Issues With."
She means her.
"Woman We Like a Lot," I suggest.
"Yes!" she says. "But Who's Got Some Work to Do on Herself."
It's nothing-doing time in Hollywood, 3:30 on a Saturday, and Kendrick lays claim to the calmness of the afternoon, to the cup of tea in front of her in a half-filled coffee shop. She jokes. She refuses any invitation to take herself seriously. She'll bust her own chops, thank you, and she'll be the first to point out when and how she thinks she comes up short. She is funny, as followers of @AnnaKendrick47 know, and she likes to have fun. (She once predicted her last words will be "Hold my beer.") At twenty-nine, in the shank of a career working opposite the Clooneys and Streeps of her profession and with a movie out this month (Pitch Perfect 2) and a few more throughout the year, Kendrick is starting to feel at home. She looks collected, tame even. Kind of a librarian thing. Even as a kid in Portland, Maine, she never really got into trouble. And she wears this hint of a grin when she says it that makes me say C'mon. Then she qualifies.
"Okay. I think I'm trouble-adjacent," she says. "I remember hearing once that good girls don't get caught. I think that's sort of a lot of what my teen years were like. I skirted the stuff that other kids were doing because the idea of actually getting in trouble was not appealing to me, but I still wanted to have adventures." Like what? "When I was a kid, my best friend and I broke into an abandoned house. We took flashlights and jimmied a window open, but it was empty. There wasn't that much to do."
"So you're like a B&E man?" I say.
She raises her eyebrow and looks sideways, toward the blinds. There's more: "A while ago, I broke into a building in my neighborhood that was under construction. There's nothing in there, so you can't really do anything, and it's not like I'm an asshole and I'm gonna graffiti it or something." It seems like she's thinking about something else, something she read about herself when she tells the story, and a full smile creeps up on her. "It was me and a couple of guy friends. They must have lifted me up into a window or something, because I honestly don't remember how I got in there." Then one more thought given to adventure: "There might have been a tree involved," she says.
Although it's possible that nearly anyone could lift her, Kendrick doesn't give off "small" first thing, especially when she's sitting across from you in a booth in a coffee shop. She takes up the space, like a nighthawk with a cup of tea or a girl unafraid to order a club sandwich. Whether it's her voice or her all-business gaze, she doesn't immediately translate as diminutive, though at five feet two, she surely is.
"I was angsty about my height when I was younger," she says. "But I love it now. Why wouldn't you want to be a little compact being?" A lemon is delivered for the tea. "I also think . . ." She corrects herself. "I used to think that guys preferred tall women. But plenty of them like short girls." She shrugs her shoulders in a sort of Green Eggs and Ham moment. "Tall girls, short girls." She reaches into her cup and delicately removes the tea bag. "Just any girls, you know?"
There are upsides to her size. "I have the advantage of being pretty small, so if I'm flying myself, I'm flying coach. To save the money. I just put in my headphones and it's no big thing. I keep my head down, wear a hoodie or a hat—but sometimes not even that. I'm small. People miss me."
No business class on her own dime, much less NetJets and the like. "I've flown private, like, twice, and it was always with somebody. Like when we were [working on] Up in the Air"—the 2009 film for which she was nominated for an Oscar—"it was with Clooney. And even then, the plane was for him. It wasn't like Paramount said, 'We need to send Anna on a private jet.' But when Clooney asked, 'Oh, do you want to come on the plane?' I was game."
She wants people to feel her. Her voice in particular. "I've always had volume on my side," she says. "The big-voice-in-a-small-package thing. I surprise people. I just finished this movie with Ben Affleck, a big guy, and when you listen to the playback of a scene with the two of us and it's his turn to speak, often you can't hear anything. Nothing. Then, like a knife, you hear my voice, and I'm thinking, Oh my God, of the two of us, how can Affleck be the soft-spoken one? How can I sound so shrill?"
She's wrong about that. She is clear. And she knows exactly how to circle a conversation, how to toy around with the charm of it while waiting out a refill from the waitress. She's hard on herself, but not in any confessional way—only for laughs. Her own. She doesn't bullshit you, even while bullshitting, and as the conversation picks up steam, she starts to assume a bring-it-on confidence, an eagerness to be tested. Pitch Perfect, the mostly self-aware, mostly all-girl competitive-a-capella-singing comedy, directly calls to mind Bring It On, the mostly self-aware, mostly girl-power-driven competitive-cheerleading story from fifteen years ago. Cult favorites both, the kind of movies a man might not like to admit loving. But the fact is that Pitch Perfect is a relentlessly, hypnotically watchable movie, if only in the movement from one Kendrick performance to the next—from her singing-in-the-shower audition to the final showdown in some championship somewhere.
It's all her, this singing, and she likes the girl-on-girl competitive edge depicted in the film. She got another taste of it while shooting The Last Five Years, a movie musical that came out earlier this year. "The director has this cool daughter in her early twenties who loves musical theater. He told me that she was listening to a certain riff that I did in one of the songs, and, under her breath, she went, like, 'Stupid bitch.' He told me about it, and I was like, 'All right! Nailed it!' It was the highest compliment she could give me," she says. "She was saying she felt it."
I then tell Kendrick what the mostly self-aware college freshman who lives in my house has called Kendrick ever since seeing Pitch Perfect: "Bitch Perfect."
Kendrick loves it.
"That is dope," she says. She pulls out her phone and taps out some note to herself. "I wish they could use that," she says. "Like, you know how they always try to come up with taglines for the movie poster or the cover on the magazine and stuff? I wish they could use that. Bitch Perfect. That is so dope."
She asks if she can tweet it when the time comes. It's fine, of course. She will, too. Anna Kendrick will stick by what is truly dope, whether we like it or not. She points to the recorder on the table. "We don't have to fill the whole thing," she says. "If I've charmed you with that, we should stop now. It's only downhill from here."
Nah. She's fun to talk to, the sun is still shining in Hollywood, so she is told: It's going great. She's going great. She couldn't be better.

‘Tomorrowland’ Nosing Out ‘Pitch Perfect’ For No. 1; ‘Mad Max’ Holds Strong; ‘Ultron’ To Cross $400M – Box Office Saturday

‘Tomorrowland’ Nosing Out ‘Pitch Perfect’ For No. 1; ‘Mad Max’ Holds Strong; ‘Ultron’ To Cross $400M – Box Office Saturday
3rd UPDATE, Saturday 11:00 PM:  Tomorrowland grossed around $11.7M to $12M today compared to Pitch Perfect 2‘s estimated $10.5M to $10.7M to push the musical comedy away from the No. 1 position for the 3-day and 4-day weekend. Sunday will be another strong moviegoing day  because of Memorial Day. If the trajectory holds, odds are that Disney’s sci-fi extravaganza will gross anywhere between $32M and $33M for the 3-day compared to an estimated $29M to 32M forPP2. However, in terms of return on investment, the prize still goes to Universal’s modestly budgeted PP2 which just pitch-slapped past the $100M. We have two movies in the top three right now shouldering big budgets with smaller takes than anyone expected — Tomorrowland and Warner Bros.’ Mad Max: Fury Road, which is still holding strong in its second weekend for the No. 3 slot.
2nd UPDATE, Saturday, 8:18 AM: This morning, it’s a dead heat. Disney’s George Clooney-starrer Tomorrowland and Universal’s female-powered musical Pitch Perfect 2 both made around $9.7M yesterday and are on a collision course for the 3-day weekend, with about $32.8M each. And the 4-day is too close to call as well. Tomorrowland may end up winning by a nose as most estimates put them slightly — but only very slightly — ahead. Still, Tomorrowland had the advantage of its $725K preview added into the Friday gross.
Today is family moviegoing day, so it will be interesting to see if the Disney film gets a small boost going into tomorrow. The big difference is that Tomorrowland has most all of the IMAX screens so PP2 is performing this well without the higher ticket prices albeit adding 87 screens. With only a 52% slide in its second weekend, PP2, as reported below, will also pass $100M this evening after only nine days in release (not including preview night Thursday). PP2 may also hold better tonight. Both movies appeal more heavily to the female demo so these two films are battling mightily for those wallets.
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The next three titles — the male-driven Mad Max: Fury Road, the reboot of the old horror classic Poltergeist and the superhero cluster flickAvengers: Age of Ultron — are also only a small percentage apart. The other big news is that Warner Bros. is enjoying a wonderful hold this holiday weekend as Fury Road rides into its second weekend, with a drop of only 44% after adding just a handful (20) of theaters. At the end of the four-day weekend, they will be hovering slightly under $100M whileUltron will have climbed past $400M on Sunday for Disney and Marvel.

Finally, Poltergeist is actually expected to do decent business for a horror film. It should end up with about $24M for the 3-day and pull in right around $30M for the 4-day. Although it garnered a C+ CinemaScore, it is the first horror film to come around in four weeks for genre fans and that had to help. We’ll see if it holds as word-of-mouth might hurt it during this long weekend.

Charlotte McKinney wins burger ad battle against Kate Upton

Charlotte McKinney wins burger ad battle against Kate Upton

Model Charlotte McKinney doesn’t like being compared to Kate Upton, and the feeling may soon be mutual.
McKinney’s Carl’s Jr. ad that debuted during this year’s Super Bowl has now easily surpassed Upton’s similar 2012 commercial.
McKinney has 4 billion media impressions through the middle of May, well ahead of Upton’s 2 billion impressions, according to Carl’s.
Both ads are similarly sexy, with McKinney walking “au naturel” though a farmer’s market, and Upton making out at a drive-in with her Carl’s Jr. burger.
Both ads premiered during the big game.
Last week the Carl’s Jr. folks were in New York with Sports Illustrated model Samantha Hoopes, who is the star of its new ad campaign.
Carl’s Jr. does not use the same models twice, although the company said it is considering breaking its own rules for McKinney, our Josh Kosman hears.

Kylie Jenner Kicks Off Memorial Day Weekend With Sexy Bikini Tops and Soaking Wet Jeans—Take a Look!

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Way to kick off summer in style Kylie Jenner!
While some may have started their Memorial Day weekend with some serious shopping or a trip to the beach, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star opted for another sexy photo shoot by a luxurious pool.
In a series of photos shot by Los Angeles-based photographer Neave Bozorgi, the 17-year-old headed straight to the Jacuzzi wearing a black bikini top and bottom.
But in an added twist, the fashion designer kept her ripped denim jeans on as she rested her feet and legs in the cool, crisp water. "@sir_neave @monicarosestyle @joycebonelli make magic," Kylie wrote on Instagram while posing with bold sunglasses. 
PHOTOS: Kylie Jenner, from infant to teen
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This isn't the first time the E! star has worked with Bozorgi. In March, the duo traveled to the hills of West Hollywood where Kylie worked a cage-style monokini while on the balcony of a luxurious home.
The photos make it hard to believe that the high school student admitted to gaining a few pounds just a few weeks ago.
While dressed in another black swimsuit and thigh-high lace-up boots, Kylie captioned her picture as "Behind the scenes. (Yes I gained weight there I said it so u don't have too) :)." She would later edit the caption to make it read "behind the scenes."
PHOTOS: Kylie Jenner's street style 
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Regardless of how she presents herself on social media or in front of a camera,Kendall Jenner's younger sister wants fans to be true to themselves.
"I'm not here to try & encourage people/young girls to look like me or think this is the way they shld look," she recently tweeted. "I want to encourage people/young girls like me to be YOURSELF & not be afraid to experiment w your look."

Saturday, 23 May 2015

'Cinema Against AIDS': Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Lara Stone, Karlie Kloss, Siena Miller Stun At Cannes

[11:13] U.S. model Kendall Jenner, U.S. model Gigi Hadid, Peruvian photographer Mario Testino, British model Jourdan Dunn and U.S. model Karlie Kloss (L to R) conduct an auction during the amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS 2015
Celebrities conduct an auction during amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS 2015 event in southern France, May 21, 2015. From left are models Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid, Peruvian photographer Mario Testino, and models Jourdan Dunn and Karlie Kloss.Reuters/ Regis Duvignau
Models Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid looked amazing on the red carpet at amfAR’s Cinema Against AIDS Gala held during the 2015 Cannes Film Festival at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes, France on Thursday. The 19-year-old Jenner showed some skin in her mauve crop-top and full skirt combo by Calvin Klein. Meanwhile, her friend Hadid looked sensational in a daring white dress by Tom Ford, according to Huffington Post.
Jenner made a statement in her show-stopping ensemble as she walked on the red carpet twirling her skirt, which had a long train. The heavy-pleated gown fitted snugly on her slender frame. The top featured a triangle-cut neckline and halter-neck string around her neck.
Jenner opted for subtle jewelry from Chopard including diamond earrings and rings. She completed her look with a pair of silver high-heels. Her raven hair was styled in a loose half up, half down do with tendrils falling down the front of her face. The model opted for subtle make-up with her striking ensemble.
Hadid stunned in a racy white number. The floor-skimming gown featured keyhole cut-out detail and thigh split, which was kept demure with the long sleeves. The 20-year-old showed off an ample amount of cleavage in the Ford number. She paired the dress with suede Aquazurra booties. She completed the look with Vita Fede’s ultra-mini “Titan” stone band ring.
Dutch beauty Lara Stone, former Victoria’s Secret angel Karlie Kloss and Siena Miller were also present. The ladies were joined by Gigi’s younger sister Bella Hadid and singer Charli XCX. Stone opted for a wrap-over golden gown which she paired with strappy golden flats. Her blonde locks were styled into an elegant wavy side-parted do, and she went in for heavy smoky eyes.
Kloss was dressed in a loose-fitting silver sparkling dress, also by Ford. It featured a stylish cut-out on the neck, giving the effect of a choker. The blonde beauty wore her locks in a deep side-parted style, her full fringe falling over a heavily-lined eye. She finished her look with a pop of deep pink lipstick. Miller cut a dreamy figure in a metallic gown that was finished off with scarlet red lips, while her blonde hair was pulled back into a chic up-do.

Model Nicole Trunfio Breastfeeding Her Son on Elle Cover

              Model Nicole Trunfio Breastfeeding Her Son on Elle Cover
Nicole Trunfio on the cover of Elle Australia with her son Zion. (Photo: Elle Australia)
It started out as a regular cover shoot. Gorgeous model Nicole Trunfio posing for pictures for Elle Australia showcasing clothes by top designers like Prada. But when Trunfio took a break from posing to breastfeed her baby boy Zion Clark, editors noticed the sweet mother and child moment. “This wasn’t a contrived situation: Zion needed a feed, Trunfio gave it to him, and when we saw how beautiful they looked we simply moved her onto the set,” Elle’s editor-in-chief Justine Cullen wrote in her editor’s letter. “It was a completely natural moment that resulted in a powerful picture.”
The photo by Georges Antoni is now on the cover of the subscriber editions of Elle Australia. When Trunfio saw the picture she told Cullen how much the image moved her. “When I saw the cover of me breastfeeding, which was unplanned and just natural, I teared up and thought, ‘Wow this is such a special moment where my worlds have collided’.“
The image has struck a chord on social media, with the hashtag #normalizebreastfeeding taking off. It’s especially powerful at a time when women publicly breastfeeding their children is sometimes seen as something that should be hidden away. Trunfio looks radiant, happy, relaxed. The image captures a beautiful, everyday motherhood moment (except of course the ultra-glamorous aspect, breastfeeding can be painful, exhausting, and messy). “I obviously don’t look like this or wear [this] while I am breastfeeding, but this stands for all women out there, whether you breastfeed or not, we gave birth, we are women, we are mothers,” Trunfio posted on her Facebook page.
However, while Trunfio praised Elle for making a bold, “encouraging, positive, and healthy statement,” the magazine is under fire for sending the issue only to subscribers instead of selling it on the newsstand. The newsstand picture features the model holding her son, but she’s covered up and wearing a dress. It does seem curious that the magazine should celebrate openly breastfeeding only to hide it from newsstands.

Kendall Jenner Gabs, Giggles With Rob Kardashian's Ex Rita Ora at Cannes Film Festival 2015: Photos

  Kendall Jenner Gabs, Giggles With Rob Kardashian's Ex Rita Ora at Cannes Film Festival 2015: Pho 
Kan't deal with this!Rob Kardashian may need to have a stern talking to with his younger half-sister Kendall Jenner. The model was caught gabbing with his famous ex Rita Ora during the 2015 Cannes Film Festival on Thursday, May 21.
Jenner, 19, and theFifty Shades of Greyactress, 24, posed for photographs, giggled, and (gasp!) whispered to each other at the star-studded amfAR 22nd Cinema Against AIDS Gala event. Jenner bared her toned stomach in a sleeveless Calvin Klein purple gown. Ora, who was also seen mingling with Jake Gyllenhaal, wore a red ruched cocktail dress.

Ora began a feud of sorts with Jenner's reality family following her messy split from Kardashian in 2012 after nearly a year of dating. Kardashian claimed she cheated on him with "20 dudes" and slammed her via Twitter. exclusively revealed in December 2012 that Ora also cheated on Kardashian with Jonah Hill.
Kendall Jenner Gabs, Giggles With Rob Kardashian's Ex Rita Ora at Cannes Film Festival 2015: Photos
    Rita Ora and Kendall Jenner talked at amfAR's 22nd Cinema Against AIDS Gala on May 21, 2015
"I posted what I posted to keep myself from taking her back. Every time she messed up, I took her back for over a year now," Rob, 28, tweeted in his defense at the time. "I just had to do that to make her hate me."
Kendall Jenner Gabs, Giggles With Rob Kardashian's Ex Rita Ora at Cannes Film Festival 2015: Photos
Sister Khloe Kardashian added: "Rob just got out of a really weird relationship. They were actually together for about a year but Rob was never allowed to admit that they were actually an item. Because she's in the entertainment industry, she wanted to present herself to the world as a single girl."
Kendall Jenner Hangs With Rob Kardashian's Ex Rita Ora at AmfAR Gala
Ora, however, saw the breakup differently. "I'm not going out with Rob. We were close for a while, but it didn't work because I was never there," she told Glamour UK in December 2012 of the distance. "I was like a ghost. I used to get so frustrated with myself and then wonder why I was angry, so I decided it was best to keep it friendly — especially at the moment, when there's so much going on." Ora, who also previously dated Calvin Harris, is now dating Tommy Hilfiger'sson Ricky Hil.
Actress Aishwarya Rai Bachchan poses during a photocall for the film "Jazbaa" at the 68th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan poses during a photocall for the film "Jazbaa" at the 68th Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France, May 19, 2015.

Gigi Hadid stuns at gala following Cody Simpson split

CAP D'ANTIBES, France, May 22 (UPI) -- Gigi Hadid turned heads on the red carpet this week.
The 20-year-old model attended the 22nd amfAR Cinema Against AIDS fundraiser Thursday. The event takes place each year during the Cannes Film Festival to raise money for AIDS research.
Hadid stunned in a white Tom Ford dress with a thigh-high slit and sheer panel with plenty of cleavage. The star attended the gala alongside sister Bella Hadid and fellow models Lara Stone, Kendall Jenner and Doutzen Kroes.
Hadid split from on-again, off-again boyfriend Cody Simpson earlier this month. The 18-year-old singer's sister, Alli Simpson, subsequently told E! News, "We're all still hanging out. We're super close and all care about each other immensely."
Hadid is the eldest child of Mohamed Hadid and The Real Housewives of Beverly Hillsstar Yolanda Foster. She has walked the runway for Michael KorsMarc Jacobs and Chanel, and was named the new face of Maybelline cosmetics in January.

Little Girl’s Temper Tantrum at the White House Leaves President Obama Speechless

                Little Girl’s Temper Tantrum at the White House Leaves President Obama Speechless
It’s awkward enough when your toddler goes into meltdown mode in a crowded store or on an airplane; the dirty looks and side eye from strangers can be pretty unnerving. But what do you do when the crying fit happens in the White House in front of the President and First Lady of the United States?
STORY: How to Deal When Your Kid Is Left Out
Apparently you ride it out and try to see the humor in the situation. That’s what the Moser family seemed to do when daughter Claudia had a full-tilt tantrum as the family was preparing for a Passover Seder with the Obamas this past April.
“This really might be the best picture ever; my niece Claudia throwing a fit at Passover,” author Benjamin Moser just tweeted this week, sharing the meltdown with the world. His sister and Claudia’s mom, journalist Laura Moser, also tweeted the photo. “My daughter is an internet meme!” she wrote.
As the photo shows, President Obama kept his cool. He appears to be speechless and slightly bemused by the sight of an adorable little girl with her face buried in the carpet. He is a dad after all, and teen daughters Malia and Sasha’s tantrum days must still be fresh in his memory. 
STORY: Sleep Training: What Is the Perfect Age?
As for Michelle Obama, she seems to be looking on in sympathy. All parents can relate, and the Mosers and the Obamas are taking it in stride.

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

Natalie Portman Shows Underwear in Sheer Dress at Cannes

Actress Natalie Portman showed a little more than usual when she appeared at a photo call for her upcoming film on Sunday.
Portman looked gorgeous in a stunning black, fringe-lined, sheer gownthat actually revealed the 33-yeae-old star’s black underwear.
Natalie Portman Shows Underwear in Sheer Dress at Cannes
The sultry star completed the semi-risqué ensemble with sexy, strappy black heels.
The photo call was held in France at the Cannes International Film Festival, and was for Portman’s upcoming film A Tale of Love and Darkness.
Portman stars in the Hebrew-language film, which is based on the memoir of Israeli writer Amos Oz. It is also the star’s directorial debut.
Portman knows how to dress like a superstar, whether she’s showing off her undergarments or her baby bump. Check out the video below for a look at Portman’s (and a few other celebs’) stunning red carpet maternity styles.

Amanda Seyfried Covers 'Vogue,' Reveals How She Hit on Justin Long Through Instagram

Clearly, actor Justin Long is a lucky guy.
In a new interview with Vogue, Amanda Seyfried -- who's been dating the 36-year-old He's Just Not That Into You star since the summer of 2013 -- reveals that she's actually the one that took the initiative at the start of their relationship. Amanda recalls hitting on him through his Instagram account, though the two actually met through mutual friends a couple years earlier.
"I followed him on Instagram, and I thought something he said was really funny," she recalls. "It was a beautiful picture of a snail, and the caption said, 'F**king MOOOOOOOOVE.' It made me laugh out loud, so I texted him."
The rest, as they say, is history. The 29-year-old Ted 2 actress dishes about their almost two-year relationship, which she says "just feels right."
"I really do have my own identity, both inside and outside the relationship, if that makes any sense," she explains. "It just feels right. It's also really good to feel OK being alone."
Amanda Seyfried Covers 'Vogue,' Reveals How She Hit on Justin Long Through Instagram
Amanda also gets candid on her enviable career, surprisingly admitting to doing one film that she regrets. Though she declines to name the movie, she says she did it for the money at the time.
"They paid me too much money, and what I should have done was walk away," she admits. "But you know what? I met one of my best friends on that movie. Oh! And I bought a house with the money! But making movies is two solid months of twelve-, fourteen-hour days. I mean, it can ruin your relationship. And if you make too many bad decisions in a row, people don't come knocking anymore."
Although when it comes to her new film, Ted 2 -- the sequel to the massive 2012 hit Ted -- she couldn't be happier. Especially since she says she has the freedom to voice her opinions to director Seth MacFarlane.
"I was just saying a bunch of f**ks and stuff," she laughs, talking about reshoots for the film. "Seth gave me a note yesterday and I didn’t really agree with it, and it’s just so nice to have an opinion about it. And he was like, 'OK, yeah, cool.' Now I have opinions! It's exciting.