I post a lot of lingerie shoots on the site, in fact,we just had a pretty good one from Nicole Meyer on Tuesday. But I think her latest one for Besame Lingerie might be one of the hottest ever. I know that’s a pretty serious claim, but I’ve got the evidence to back it up, like Exhibit A here. Exhibit B is every single other one of these pictures, but the clincher is below, the behind-the-scenes video from the shoot. I rest my case.
As most of you know, I’m a big Kat Graham fan. I love her. I love her a whole lot. I’m starting off by stating that because I feel I have to be honest. As much as I adore Kat, I’m really not loving these photos of her in Atlanta. She looks good and all but I don’t love the outfit and I don’t love the super pulled back, hair. To me, Kat looks best with a little hair framing her face. All the same, I don’t exactly hate the photos. I mean, look at those legs of hers. I can’t be mad at a set of photos that shows off those gorgeous stems.
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Anna Faris wasn’t quite ready to return to work so soon after having son Jack, who turned 1 on August 25. But starring in CBS’ new sitcom Mom—premiering Monday at 9:30 p.m. ET—was just too juicy to pass.
The comic actress best known for movies like The House Bunny, The Hot Chick, and the Scary Movie series plays a divorced waitress dealing with her mother and two kids, including a possibly pregnant teenager. At the moment, her real life parenting situation is different but no less tricky. Faris is juggling work and a baby while her husband of four years, actor Chris Pratt, is busying filming Guardians of the Galaxy in London.
READ THE ARTICLE: ‘Mom’s’ Anna Faris: My Husband’s In London & I Have A 1-Year-Old!
Jack Black and his 5-year-old son Thomas took a pizza break after playing at Ultrazone Laser Tag in Sherman Oaks, Calif. last Sunday (September 22).
The actor’s 7-year-old son Sammy wasn’t with them.
The Kung Fu Panda star has said he knew he wanted children during the filming of King Kong.
He explained, “I talk to my boys as real people, with a lot of horsing around, too. But when I made School of Rock I was still thinking I’m never gonna have kids, I’m too much of a kid myself, I want to wander the streets, like a vagabond.
“Then, during King Kong, I saw Andy Serkis with his wife and kids and I thought, that looks fantastic! He’s really making it work. I started to get the hunger then, and it’s been fantastic.”View Slideshow »»
So I’ve been without the internet at home for the past few weeks and it’s starting to get to me. I have these brief periods of time where I get to catch up on the news in the world, watch new music videos or whatever (right … music videos) and try to keep up with celebrity gossip and while I do that, I also have to keep coming here to make sure you all get new stuff to look at every day. Emily Ratajkowski makes the effort totally worth it. I love absolutely everything about this woman. Her face is flawless, in my opinion and that body? Forget about it. Love her to pieces. It’s always a great pleasure to write about this stunning beauty.
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Ricky Martin and his 5-year-old twin boys Matteo and Valentino touched down at LAX in Los Angeles, Calif. on Monday (September 23).
The Puerto Rican pop star has written a children’s book called Santiago the Dreamer in Land Among the Stars. The picture book was inspired by Martin’s own love of performing as a kid. It will be published in English and Spanish on Nov. 14.
The story is about a boy named Santiago who loses the lead role in the school play. He learns to believe in himself to continue to follow his dreams.
Martin says in a press release: “I hope this book inspires young readers to believe that dreams woven from their imaginations can become reality. My greatest wish is that Santiago The Dreamer will occupy a special place in the hearts of children and their parents, with everyone enjoying this uplifting story that shows the fulfillment of dreams begins with self-confidence.”View Slideshow »»
The Epitome Of A Bad Mother: Women Charged With 2nd Degree Murder Of 2-Year-Old Daughter Who Died From Lacerated Liver
Women Charged With Murder Of 2-Year-Old Daughter
SMH at these parents who murder their babies…
According to WDSU:
The mother of a 2-year-old child whose death was deemed a homicide was arrested in connection with the case. According to a news release from New Orleans Police Department spokesman Frank Robertson, the case was deemed a homicide by the Coroner’s Office Wednesday morning.
The mother, 28-year-old Michelle Harris, was arrested on a charge of second-degree murder.
Police say Zion Harris’ stepfather took her to the park Tuesday. The stepfather noticed Zion wasn’t acting like herself and contacted her mother, according to police. Harris told the stepfather to bring Zion home, and when Harris arrived home, she said she found Zion unresponsive and called for EMS, police say.
However, later Wednesday, Harris was arrested on the murder charge. Police said Harris struck her daughter after she didn’t listen to her. Zion was pronounced dead Tuesday before 1:25 p.m Tuesday. Zion had a lacerated liver, which is usually caused by being punched or kicked in the stomach, according to chief investigator John Gagliano.
SMH at these parents giving their children “death blows.”
R.I.P. little Zion.
Like many people my age, I had no idea who Zendaya Coleman was before she appeared on Dancing with the Stars last season but by the end of said season, I was calling myself a Zendaya fan. Now that a new season of DWTS has arrived and the cast is better than ever, I’m kind of cooling toward Zendaya a little bit. I still think she’s great but yeah, I don’t love her quite enough to give her a pass on this outfit. In these shots, we see Zendaya leaving an office building in New York wearing a dress that does her absolutely no favors. Yeah … not a fan. All the same, she looks cute aside from the dress so I have to give her credit for that.
Name: Olive Barrymore Kopelman
Parents: Drew Barrymore & Will Kopelman
Date of Birth: September 26, 2012
♥ Olive was born in Los Angeles, Calif.
♥ According to Drew, Olive will be raised traditionally Jewish
♥ Drew is looking forward to the day that Olive is old enough to enjoy her mama’s movies E.T and Ever After
“We are proud to announce the birth of our daughter, Olive Barrymore Kopelman, born Sept. 26th, healthy, happy and welcomed by the whole family.” – the proud new parents‘ birth announcement.
“[Olive] actually has made me a morning person, so she’s already made me a better person in every way possible. I’m like Godzilla in the morning. . . before I’ve had that cup of caffeine and with her, I sing her Good Morning with my husband from Singing in the Rain every day. She has the biggest smile and it’s the first time I’ve smiled in the morning. I love it!” – Drew on her darling daughter.
“When my daughter was born, I thought to myself, How do I go past infinity with my efforts and care? I asked my mother-in-law questions. I psycho-stalked all of the nurses with so many questions. I asked every single question. I’m a real stay-at-home mom. I’m really hands-on. Everything else became secondary.” – Drew on becoming a new mother.
“I definitely needed some time. For a solid six weeks, I was hiding like the Unabomber. Because I live my life in the public eye, and I didn’t want that for her [but ultimately I realized that] unless I move into a bunker underground, I don’t have a choice in this matter. It was something that took me weeks to cope with….I know she didn’t sign up for that. I had such an exposed childhood. I appreciate my journey, but I don’t want that for my kid. Not any of it. It has nothing to do with whether I liked my childhood. I really did. But as a parent, that isn’t the childhood that I’d provide.” – Drew on trying to maintain a private life.
“I drive home with heart palpitations, like, I can’t wait to get to her. I think, ‘You know, is she gonna call? Will she ask me to spend the night?’” – Drew on the joys of motherhood.
Because Audrina Patridge never met a red carpet she didn’t like, here she is running out the clock on her 15 minutes by attending the premiere party for NBA 2K14. I’m not sure how Audrina even finds out about these C-list events in order to show up to them, but I have a theory: she’s like Beetlejuice, say her name three times on a red carpet and she magically appears. Feel free to go ahead and test it out in your bedroom when you get home. It’s worth a shot, right?
We get it. Miley Cyrus has gone a bit loopy lately but really, is anyone surprised? Right around the time she started exploring a more mature, more adult side of herself, I knew she’d eventually go to far with it and I don’t think that’s the big problem everyone seems to think it is. Of course, I’m a little out of touch with the celebrity gossip world as of late so maybe I’ve missed something. All I know is that, to me, Miley looks incredible in these shots. Is she showing a little more than she intended to? I sincerely doubt it. I don’t care. It seems a little desperate to me but it got people talking. I guess that’s her prerogative. I just hope she doesn’t go too far with the going too far. Once you reach a certain point, it’s hard to get back again. My fingers are crossed for her. I hope she’s one of the good stories and not one of the tragic ones.
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NickMom is premiering Instant Mom on Sunday (September 29), its first original scripted comedy series, starring and produced by Tia Mowry-Hardrict. The half-hour series features Tia as Stephanie, a party girl who trades in cosmos for carpools when she marries Charlie, a father-of-three.
Tia opens up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about the new comedy series, her 2-year-old son Cree “who walks around the block once a day for exercise,” safeguarding your family during the flu season, and her hopes for baby No. 2 “sooner rather than later.”
CBS: Tell us about your new comedy series, Instant Mom. What is the show all about?
TMH: “Instant Mom is about a party girl, Stephanie Philips (played by me), who essentially trades in her cosmos for carpool. She’s used to being a weekend mom after marrying her husband who is a doctor. However, after the kids’ grandmother gets sick, the kids move in with Stephanie and her husband, essentially making her an ‘instant Mom.’”
CBS: You play the role of Stephanie, which is your first starring role as a mom. What attracted you to the role?
TMH: “I love that she is a hot, fun, sexy step-mom! She is a lot of fun to play.”
CBS: How does the on-screen role compare to being a mom in real life? Do you pull from your own real-life mommy experiences to play your character?
TMH: “I definitely pull from my own real life mom experiences. I am all about being a fun mom and I want to be the best mom for my son, Cree. I live for him and all he does, and so does my character Stephanie for her step kids. So I think there are similarities there.”
CBS: Will Tamera and your other family members make any appearances on the show?
TMH: “Anything is possible!”
CBS: What do you hope viewers take away from the series?
TMH: “The goal for me with this series, is to give people an opportunity to sit down with their families, relax, laugh, and enjoy.”
CBS: You are producing the show along with starring in it. What sparked your interest in the production side of the industry? Do you have any other production projects in the works?
TMH: “I love being a part of the whole process of making a show. You start with an idea and watch that idea come to life – it is amazing. I just sold a show to Nickelodeon loosely based on my life as a 12 year-old-girl, having a mom that is a drill sergeant.”
CBS: How was Cree’s 2nd birthday party? Please share some of the highlights.
TMH: “We went to an organic farm in New Mexico for Cree’s birthday where he was able to interact with animals (which he loves) like cows and chickens. It was a ton of fun.”
CBS: We have to ask, any plans for a little brother or sister for Cree? Would you like to have more kids?
TMH: “Definitely. Sooner rather than later, to be frank. I don’t know when, but I would love to have another child.”
CBS: Has motherhood changed you at all? If so, how?
TMH: “In a nutshell, motherhood has made me a better person. I’ve become more patient, and have a whole new perspective on the world and a newfound joy that I never had before.”
CBS: Do you have any other upcoming projects you’re working on?
TMH: “I shot a movie called Baggage Claim that is coming out for Fox Searchlight on September 27th, and of course Instant Mom, and the show I just sold to Nickelodeon as well. I am so excited about all my projects this year – it has been so much fun!”
CBS: Tell us about your involvement with Flumist Quadrivalent’s Flu Prevention Campaign. What is your role and what do you hope to accomplish?
TMH: “I have partnered with MedImmune on this campaign in an effort to encourage more Americans to get annual flu vaccinations. I lead a very healthy lifestyle, but to be honest, over the past few years I hadn’t been good about getting a flu vaccine. I really don’t like needles! But I learned from my doctor that everyone over 6 months should get a vaccine each year, as it’s the best way to protect against the flu – which can be very serious.
I also learned that I’m not the only one who was avoiding getting vaccinated, as nearly half of Americans don’t get a flu vaccine each year. So I decided to make flu vaccination a priority for my family and I was thrilled to find out that there are several flu vaccine options available, including FluMist Quadrivalent, a needle-free, gentle nasal mist sprayed into the nose, where the flu typically starts.
I’m excited to have the opportunity to get people talking about the how serious the flu can be and the importance of flu vaccination. To start the conversation, we created a hilarious short video called I Insist!, which pokes fun at my life as a busy Hollywood mom, but explains that despite my hectic lifestyle, it’s important to slow down and take time to focus on your family’s health, including getting a flu vaccine. So we’re encouraging people to watch and share the video as a way to remind friends and family to talk to their doctors about flu vaccination.
CBS: What are some ways you keep Cree healthy during flu season?
TMH: “In addition to a flu vaccination – the best way to prevent the flu – I make health a main focus for my whole family, especially during cold and flu season. We eat extremely healthily, focusing on fresh, organic foods. And we make an effort to live a very active lifestyle. My husband and I exercise regularly and think it’s important to instil healthy habits in Cree at a young age. You won’t believe it, but he’s only 2 and he walks around the block once a day for exercise! I also encourage him (and my husband) to constantly wash his hands, especially during cold and flu season.”
Parents of infants and newborns may sometimes have a tough time figuring out their babies’ needs based solely on their crying. Instead of trying to decipher what their fussy baby is trying to tell them, these new parents would rather keep the crying at bay and ensure their little ones are happy at all times. They are all wondering the same thing: How can I make sure my little bundle of joy always stays cheerful?
Set a routine. Even babies can sense what is coming next. Your little one thrives on routine and structure and will be much happier if she’s eating, sleeping, bathing and playing at roughly the same times every day. Sleep is especially important, because a well-rested baby is a happy baby. Be vigilant about bedtimes and naptime, even if it doesn’t work well with your schedule. Your baby will actually sleep better if the nap and bed times are consistent.
Keep yourself calm. Babies can take their cues from mom or dad. If you become panicky or irritable, or if you create a sense of chaos, your baby will sense it and react the same way.
Snuggle with them. Babies need physical touch, and being snuggled by mom or dad will keep them calm and help them feel safe. The “Kangaroo Hold” or going bare skin to bare skin is especially calming for a child.
Know your baby. You’ll learn quickly what makes your little one fussy. It could be a wet diaper, itchy clothes, or hunger, or baby could be too warm or too cold. Journaling when your baby started being fussy and recording how or when the crying stopped may give great insight into what your baby needs.
Have a special song. Babies love being the center of attention. Find a special song to sing when baby is feeling fussy. The sound of your singing will comfort her and help her calm down and stay positive.
Create bathtime rituals. Sometimes, when baby is feeling out of sorts, a warm bath can help sooth the negative disposition. Create special bathtime rituals that will relax your little one and keep her calm. Most babies enjoy music, and playing your little one’s favorite songs can often put her in a more playful mood. The water from the shower can also produce a calming effect when baby is feeling fussy.
Story time. Babies enjoy the sound of mama’s voice while being snuggled. Reading a special story, especially at bedtime, can create special bonding moments between you and your baby. It also can set the stage for a restful night’s sleep.
Massage. Just like adults, babies can feel the day’s stresses. Use lightly scented or unscented oil to massage baby’s back, legs, and arms while speaking soft words of affirmation, as this will have a calming effect on her mood. The soft sounds of mommy or daddy’s voice will lull baby into a more relaxed state of being.
Take a walk or go for a car ride. Babies need variety in their day too, and if the fussiness starts, they will often calm down if they get outside and enjoy the fresh air. If baby isn’t feeling happy, take her for a walk around the block or to the park in the stroller. Some babies find the motion and sound of the car soothing so if a walk outside is not in the cards due to the weather, a car ride may make for a good alternative.
Surround baby with bright, cheerful colors: Bold and colorful patterns will stimulate baby’s curiosity and keep her occupied and engaged. This doesn’t just hold true for the nursury and baby toys; now you can also keep your little one happy and content with a colorful, bold pacifier! Difrax offers 3-stage pacifiers designed to meet the individual needs of baby at every age/stage, in an array of bold, colorful, and fashionable patterns that are sure to evoke happiness in little tots. The pacifiers come in two styles: Classic (resembles a mother’s breast and is perfect for babies who turn the pacifier around in their mouths) and Orthodontic (stimulates muscle/palate development).
Vivienne Van Eijkelenborg is the owner of Difrax, a Dutch baby products company that pioneered the 3-stage pacifier system designed to accommodate each stage of baby’s development with newborn to 6 month, 6 + month an 18+ month sizes. Difrax offers innovative, stylish, and trendy products that make the lives of babies and their parents as convenient and as pleasant as possible. Difrax also just released a fun video to help couples make the “Big Baby Decision!” See the video below.
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I’m a big, big Dianna Agron fan even though I haven’t really been much of a Glee fan over the last few seasons. I haven’t seen her in much outside of the show but what I have seen her in has been enjoyable enough. I think she’s a beautiful young lady with a lot going for her. She’s a talented actress – more talented than her time on Glee would have many people believe. I’m looking forward to seeing more of her in the years to come. I think she has what it takes to stick around in the long run.