A day after Alia Bhatt met Karan Johar’s twins Yash and Roohi in hospital, daddy decided to take his kids back home. The 44-year-old filmmaker’s premature babies got discharged from the hospital this afternoon, and KJo was clicked taking them back home. Clad in a black outfit, ...Read More »
Vin Diesel's face is now memorialized in a sandwich — and no, this isn't like that piece of toast resembling Jesus. Vlogger William Osman has created an actual Vin Diesel bust using ham, cheese, bread, and lasers. In a video that's already accrued over 100,000 views since it was uploaded to YouTube, Osman toasts two pieces of bread, carves ham and cheese using a laser cutter — while wearing goggles, because this is serious business — and arranges the slices in a manner that truly resembles the Fast and Furious actor.
Shatarka Nuby received 10 butt injections from Oneal Ron Morris from 2007-2011, the first of which cost her $2,000, The Washington Post reports. In 2011, she wrote a letter to inform Florida's health department of problems she was experiencing as a result of the injections.
David Tennant is every bit as magnificent in the title role here as he was as Hamlet in Gregory Doran's celebrated RSC production. Tennant's Don is so lounging, rangy, keeling over with a cleverness that seeks to outsmart any attempt to pin him down as potentially the prime victim of all his diabolically involuted ironies and pranks. “He'd do it with anything – a hole in the ozone layer,” reports his chubby little factotum Stan (excellent Adrian Scarborough) with whom he shares a condescendingly chummy spliff but nothing by way of wages.
When we're one day bouncing our grandchildren on our knees, looking out over our sprawling mountain estates that have become the last refuge from cannibals that roam the interior of the country after our coastal cities became uninhabitable due to rising sea levels and cocktail prices, we'll have to explain reality television. One, Donald Trump is literally president. Two, Snooki is apparently a really good mom.
Animators drew human figures, like Disney Princesses, as realistically as possible (minus those huge eyes and tiny waists), so they have the usual five fingers. For more basic figures, like Mickey Mouse, animators worked mainly with circles. Walt Disney himself said, "Using five fingers would have made Mickey’s hands look like a bunch of bananas." And if Disney himself said it, who are we to question the decision?
Five years after an abusive ex-boyfriend stabbed her 32 times and left her in a park to die, Melissa Dohme Hill has become an outspoken domestic violence activist. Firefighter-paramedic Cameron Hill, one of the first responders to arrive at the crime scene, was at the same luncheon and the pair bonded instantly.
In today’s edition of “horrifying attacks on reproductive rights,” an infuriating new law will go into effect on January 1, 2018. Arkansas' Republican governor, Asa Hutchinson has signed an anti-abortion bill that requires doctors to investigate patients seeking abortions by digging into their medical records to scrutinize past pregnancies. No, you didn’t just wake up in a 2017 version of The Handmaid’s Tale — and Arkansas isn’t the first GOP-run state that has introduced legislation designed to block women’s access to safe, legal abortions.
Thanks to Cindy Crawford — it doesn't get more super than that — and Umami Burger, you can treat yourself to a high-fashion burger for a good cause. Crawford is the latest addition to Umami Burger's Artist Series, which lets famous faces create one-of-a-kind burgers. Crawford's creation, the Casa Burger, takes inspiration from south-of-the-border flavors, which makes sense when you consider that the model has a sprawling villa in Los Cabos, Mexico.
"It is a good rule in life never to apologize," P.G. Wodehouse wrote in his 1914 novel The Man Upstairs. Andy Cohen, Housewives producer, knows exactly how the women of the shows avoid apologizing. The apology came after Erika Girardi let Eileen Davidson have it over a meal in Hong Kong.
I've long wanted to meet myself as a child. First of all, I'd like to tell myself that everything is generally going to be ok. Second point is that college grades don't really matter unless you're planning on going to graduate school. Maybe I'd listen, who knows.
Thanks to the team at Nike, you're about to get a mega dose of enchanting footwear on your Instagram feed. Teen Vogue reports that Nike's latest sneaker release is the stuff of fairy-tale dreams thanks to a unique iridescent finish slapped atop a classic kick. While a new Nike drop is reason enough to get excited, the latest Nike Air Max 1 iD is just the thing to inject a little bit of magic into your spring wardrobe.
The neighbor began asking the fan — who appeared to be about 18 — questions. When Moretz heard about the situation, she reported it to the police, but the cops did not catch the fan. On the surface, this story might seem like no big deal: The fan was young, and he was offering Moretz cookies, not making a threat.
The best gift that Instagram ever gave us — second only to the ability to stalk our exes and our friends’ exes and our exes’ new girlfriends without actually, you know, stalking — is the gift of filters. Put a filter on it.
In Holland, no Christmas celebration is complete without the inclusion of Zwarte Piet. The character was introduced as a Santa Claus companion in 1850, and he's basically a Moorish slave from Spain that Santa freed from bondage. Dutch people dress up like Piet around Christmastime, blackface and afro wig and all, which seems mind-bogglingly racist until you take a look at some of our football and baseball team names.
Fans were floored when a photo of a baby who looks nearly identical to Ed Sheeran surfaced on the internet, but perhaps no one was quite as shocked as Sheeran himself. The singer was asked about the redheaded baby — a two-year-old girl named Isla — in a new interview with Good Morning Britain, and he was quick to pull a Jerry Springer and deny all part in creating the baby. Hmm...is that your final answer Sheeran?
As big as the market for plastic surgery is here in America, it’s even bigger in South Korea. The nation of 50 million has been called the world’s “capital” of cosmetic enhancement, with some reports indicating that more than 60% of young women in their late 20s have undergone some form of plastic surgery. An obsession with physical appearance is an intrinsic part of the culture, and it’s not exactly kept under wraps, either: Seoul’s subway stations are littered with ads for the procedures, dramatic before-and-afters of chin reductions and tapered jaws — a wink to how beautiful you could be, too, if only if only you got a little bit of your face cut off.
With the help of aromatherapist Wendy Robbins' aromatherapy database, we've selected our favorite sleep-friendly candles, infused with oils and herbs, ranging from chamomile to ylang ylang. If you find yourself plagued with thoughts of the day ahead before falling asleep, this is the candle you need.Molton Brown, $74.00, available at Molton BrownPhoto: Courtesy of Molton Brown. The sensation: Lavender is a famously soothing scent, but what makes this candle unique is the armoise, a.k.a.
Behind the mass of impeccably-coiffed hair and beaming smile, Justin Trudeau is just your average jack-of-all-trades. He's the Canadian prime minister, an environmentalist, women's rights advocate, y ogi, family man, and owner of quite possibly the largest arm tattoo in all of politics. Wait... what?
You probably already use Google Maps to find the nearest Starbucks and directions to the train. Who knew you could win special perks from Google? Read on for thirteen tips that will make you a Google Maps master.
Well, be warned, this may happen if you ever find yourself at a McDonald’s in Pomeroy, OH and Spencer, WV because these locations of the chain sell pizza. Cosmopolitan recently reported that just one McDonald’s location in each of these two small towns offers pizza. For a while the menu item was available at locations all across the country but about a decade after being released, McDonald’s began to give pizza making a rest.
It's that piece — the one that leaves us swooning harder than a Bumble right-swipe — that wakes us up to new style possibilities, becomes a beloved regular in our wardrobes, and ultimately sets the tone for endless outfits to come. To celebrate these closet heroes, we partnered with eBay Fashion to tap four real women who all have that thing to thank for transforming their style. From a boutique owner that credits a striped shirt for creating her minimalist aesthetic to a brand director whose crossbody bag inspired her to embrace femininity, these women make a strong case for finding your signature piece and sticking to it.
Pastels have been coming in hot this season, but blush is reigning supreme when it comes to lingerie. The pink shade has a vintage vibe, so be on the lookout for blush high-waisted panties, blush garters, and blush dressing robes. This season, expect blossoms in embroidered, stitched, and lace appliqué forms.