It feels like every story about Rumer Willis revolves around Dancing With The Stars and/or bullying?
The Season 20 Dancing With the Stars champ talks more bullying July issue of Glamour, in case you wanted to hear more about her. Or DWTS. Or, bullying. Us reports:
“I’d say that before this year, I was kind of stuck. Fear is a really debilitating emotion…Until recently, the thought of making one misstep that could be criticized would stop me from trying new things and from standing up for myself.”
Basically, Dancing With the Stars upped her confidence even more and made her all the more brave.
“The first day I danced on-air, I was nervous; I had been struggling, and the dress rehearsal hadn’t gone well,” she admitted. “But after I finished I felt more beautiful than I had in my entire life. Not because of how I looked…but because of what I’d accomplished and worked so hard for.”
“I still have low moments,” she told Glamour. “Just because I was celebrated on Dancing With the Stars doesn’t mean the bullying has stopped. After the show started, I had to block almost 10 people every day on social media because they wouldn’t leave me alone.”
Granted, I do NOT support bullying. But don’t y’all wanna hear anything or everything else happening in Rumer’s life? I mean, there’s got to be more than combating bullying…right?
Posted Thursday, June 11th, 2015 at 10:10am
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Geez, can you even believe this is Khloe Kardashian?
The reality star got super glammed (and looks mega skinny- thanks photoshop) on the cover and inside Cosmo Body’s new issue. In it, she talks about her workouts but also what motivates her to keep a positive body image.
On people’s perception of her weight: “Now on my Instagram page people comment saying ‘I liked you better when you were bigger’ and I think, ‘Thank God I don’t live my life for other people because I’d be in a constant tug of war,” she told us. Instead she’s got gradually healthier and fitter over recent years on her own terms, for her own reasons.”
On when she started really hitting the gym: “When me and Lamar were having issues, I decided to channel my energy into working out…if I went out with my girlfriends I would be hounded by paparazzi and made to feel more humiliated. The gym was my only refuge. I could put music on and dance around with my girlfriends and be silly.”
On being unhealthy: “I have never felt ‘fat’ I just didn’t realise how unhealthy I was until I look back at pictures. In the moment I felt so beautiful and I remember walking down red carpets with my make-up done in a little sparkly dress and I thought I was so cute. I had all this confidence.”
Check out more quotes and a video HERE.
Photos: Cosmo Body
Posted Thursday, April 30th, 2015 at 9:09am
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Just four pounds shy of his goal weight, Sam Smith is giving credit where credit is due.
The Stay With Me singer lost 14 pounds in 14 days with the help of nutritionist Amelia Freer‘s book Eat. Nourish. Glow., but she wasn’t the only person he enlisted on his quest for a healthier, slimmer lifestyle!
According to the British crooner via PerezHilton:
“I did have a conversation with Beyonce about food, which was great.”
Yep! The Queen Bey herself had a little talking to with Smith…as you know, she eats a vegan diet comprised of ingredients that are 100% plant-based, non-GMO, gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free and organic. She’s always looking amazing, so no wonder she gave Sam some words to keep him on point with his health and fitness goals.
What do you think she said to Sam?
Posted Friday, April 17th, 2015 at 12:12pm
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The actress openly discussed the bullying she faced as a teenager, and how she was often not compred to her “beautiful mom” Demi Moore and instead compared to her “masculine father” Bruce Willis. In addition, the actress was very conscious of the things said about her in the press as she was growing up, which she revealed in a pre-taped DWTS segment. People reports:
“When you grow up with parents that are known worldwide and having so much attention from media and all of the tabloids magazines, it’s really tough,” said Willis, now 26. “When I was a teenager I was super awkward. I don’t think I really felt comfortable in my body or with how I looked, and people were nasty.”
Wiping away tears, Willis added that the criticism had her considering plastic surgery. “I thought … ‘If I change my face or get really skinny, that will be it. That will be the answer.’ And it’s not.”
True, true. Also, Rumer, you look fantastic! I get so sad when I hear about celebrities putting down their bodies. Not only are most of them “conventionally attractive,” but they have lots of resources at their beckon call to help them work on their positive self-image.
Are you watching Rumer on DWTS?
Posted Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 at 9:09am
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