Jennie Runk has been stirring the pot lately regarding her modeling job for H&M. Encouraging young girls, especially those who are deemed fat or obese to accept their bodies, the model finds her newfound fame an “awkward surprise.” Her message has been well received by many.
Bill Becker better known as “Brother Beans” built a replica of the Yankee Stadium using matchsticks. The 86 year-old spent $300, three years and 75,000 matchsticks to build the replica. The New York Yankees were so impressed that the replica was put on display in the stadium.
Oklahoma City Thunder’s has been using Macklemore’s hit song “Can’t Hold Us,” but the Seattle Native is not too happy with the song choice. Macklemore tweeted,
“So apparently the OKC blunder are using @macklemore ‘Can’t hold us’ as a song to hype up the crowd in their arena <-OH HELL NO!”
After dating actors like Bradley Cooper and Keith Britton the “Star Trek” leading lady stated in an interview with Allure: “It’s OK to say, ‘This is what I want’ — and go after it. And if it doesn’t happen, it’s OK.” She adds that women need to be “reasonable” with themselves.
The beautiful black and Latina actress has played very empowered roles in movies like “Avatar,” “Columbiana” and now “Star Trek.”
Earlier this year, Angelina Jolie underwent a double mastectomy after finding out that she carries the gene which makes her predisposed to cancer.
Her decision was heavily influenced by her mother’s death at 56 with cancer.
Stoke City and former England International soccer player had a retirement that would make you and I furious. After a storied career spanning 17-years, the pride of England -footballer, Michael has decided to hang-up his cleats. At the age of 33 Stoke teammates commemorated Owen by egging and flouring his Mercedes.
Walters announced Monday that she will be retiring from The View and the audience applaud her for her choice. Walters told her co-hosts, “I want to leave when people are saying, ‘Why is she leaving?’ rather than ‘Why won’t she leave?’”
She will be remembered for her lengthy career in journalism which includes 20/20, The Today Show and The View.
Conrad Murray, late Michael Jackson’s physician, appealed his manslaughter conviction. Yet Deputy Attorney Victoria Wilson has urged the courts that this appeal be rejected. Wilson states that the court has not erred in its choices to suppress evidence of financial troubles as this would only serve as distraction to the real issue of Murray providing propofol leading to Michael Jackson’s death.
Murray is currently in jail serving four years for his involvement with the death of Michael Jackson.
Former Playboy Playmate, Holly Madison gave birth to a baby girl in March and just introduced her to the world.
Named Rainbow, Madison admitted that her daughter may one day dislike her full name and instead go by “Rain” or “Bow” but the blonde bombshell said “to me, she’ll always be Rainbow.”
The singer and cultural icon will be honored at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on May 19th for the success of her 2012 MDNA tour.
The tour had raked in more than $305 million and 2.2 million people.