Happy Birthday, Vanity Fair! To celebrate their 100th anniversary issue, Kate Upton graces the October cover. The 21-year-old Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model channels Marilyn Monroe in white satin lingerie while holding a small cake in one hand. With blond curly hair and red lipstick, Upton poses seductively while leaning over and flaunting her curves.
Jennifer Lawrence is struggling with one particular aspect of fame: being famous.
"If I were just your average 23-year-old girl, and I called the police to say that there were strange men sleeping on my lawn and following me to Starbucks, they would leap into action," Lawrence says in the September issue of Vogue. Lawrence then gets blue (skinned, that is), as supervillain ...
Goodbye George, hello drama. Newly single and eager to promote her show, "Supermarket Superstar," Stacy Keibler dropped her classic California-girl look for the cover of Line magazine, opting for dark hair, ruby stained lips and contrasting makeup. Even her dress -- a sheer, pale blue number that dips down almost to her navel, is a
What a guy that Hugh Jackman is. For years, he has had to answer questions about why he's with an older woman, Deborrah Lee Furness, (he's 44 and she's 57), and whether or not he's gay. While he mostly ignores these rumors and stories, in the newest issue of Good Housekeeping, he sets the record straight about his
loving wife. He also goes on to talk about the many rumors ...
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