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Jamie Dornan’s Lookin’ GRIZZLY (and I like it).

Jamie Dornan Rocks A Big Beard In NYC

You wear your lumberjack look well, Jamie Dornan!

The Fifty Shades Of Grey star was  rocking a nice, bushy beard while out and about in New York City today. I gotta say, he is looking fine in this more rugged mode (complete with Patagonia! YUM).  The actor was without his wife Amelia Warner (the way I like it), and seemed like he was ready for his next role…as an A list actor.

Check out Jamie during his more clean-shaven days HERE!

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Posted Thursday, February 5th, 2015 at 3:15pm
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Kate Mara Looks Amazing on the Cover of Women’s Health

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Dang, Kate Mara: this cover almost made me forget that Sports Illustrated cover we covered a couple posts back!

The former House of Cards star rocks a mesh crop top and tiny workout shorts, amongst lots of fun textures and colors in this month’s Women’s Health. 

In addition to showing off her toned, svelte body, the actress talks about how important her profession is to her:

“If I wasn’t acting, I would be dead. I would die. I can’t imagine doing anything else. I have no backup plan, so I’d be screwed.”

Check out more sexy photos after the jump!

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Posted Thursday, February 5th, 2015 at 2:14pm
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Cosmo Cover Girl Gwen Stefani Thinks It’s a “Miracle” that She’s Still With Gavin Rossdale

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Gwen Stefani has been just a LITTTLE busy in her 25 year entertainment career: she’s fronted a band, gone solo, birthed three sons, and created her own fashion line, all with husband Gavin Rossdale supporting her!

The Voice judge talks a bit about the couple’s 12-year-marriage in Cosmopolitan’s upcoming March issue. Here’s a lil’ teaser:

On her relationship with her husband: We go through so much together — it’s a miracle that we could stay together this long,” Stefani, 45, tells the mag. “[Gavin’s] on a short tour right now, and he wrote me the sweetest note this morning. It’s good to have those days when we both do our own things. I think that’s what keeps relationships going, when both people can be themselves and have their own individuality. That’s especially important for women. It’s hard to find time for yourself.”

Agreed, Gwen! What do you think about her Cosmo cover? And what are YOUR secrets to a long-lasting relationship?

Photos: Matthias Vriens-McGrath/Cosmopolitan

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Posted Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015 at 9:09am
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Sam Smith is Paranoid and Insecure?

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Sam Smith avoids the more common pratfalls of music success with…keeping busy and staying humble.

GQ interviewed the crooner in their February issue on Smith’s tendency toward being a self-proclaimed “old soul,” his yearning for a lost age of “class and romance,” and his habit of going for “dangerous” men. Here’s a teaser…

On Pop Culture, and How He Feels He’s Different from Other Pop Acts: “I sound awful saying this all the time,” he continued, “because it sounds like I’m slagging off current pop stars, which I’m not, because I love pop culture. But I feel like class and romance have gotten lost. We’ve become a bit lazy, not just in terms of music. … That’s what I’m trying to bring back: that timeless element. I want to create music that people will be listening to in fifty years.”

On Keeping humble: Smith also revealed that his young ambition led him to panic attacks as young as 12 years of age. “I needed to know my life plan,” he told GQ. “There’s always been a hunger in me not necessarily to be successful, but to be an icon…And I’m very paranoid and secure all the time, which really helps me not be an absolute b*tch.”

On Being a diva: “I’d like to be a diva in the sense of having that kind of presence as a singer,” he admitted. “But no. I worry all the time, actually, if I’ve been a bit strict about something, am I being a dickhead? I tell my team all the time: Just tell me if I’m being a dickhead.”

On Dating Dangerous Men: “I felt so much more comfortable wanting what I’m never going to get,” he said. “Like recently, I met two guys. One of them on paper is perfect and ticks all the boxes. The other is dangerous and – well, he ticks boxes actually, too,” he said, before going on to confirm that he chose the “trouble” boyfriend.

Men who are trouble? Yeah, I don’t know what that’s like.  To read the rest of the interview, go HERE!

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Posted Wednesday, January 28th, 2015 at 9:09am
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