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Did Beyonce Help Sam Smith Lose Weight?

Comic Relief Red Nose Day 2015

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?

 

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Posted Friday, April 17th, 2015 at 12:12pm
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Rumer Willis Breaks Down About Looks, Bullying On DWTS

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Rumer Willis got REAL on Monday’s Dancing With The Stars!

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?
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Posted Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 at 9:09am
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Giuliana Rancic Slams Ex Jerry O’Connell

Giuliana Rancic Out and About in London

 Giuliana Rancic might be known to scrutinize fashion- but in her new book, she’s extending her criticism to ex Jerry O’Connell!

In her new book, “Going Off Script,” Rancic skeweres “Sliders” actor Jerry O’Connell, whom she compares to Jekyll and Hyde. Apparently, the two met at the W Hotel in San Diego and struck up a passionate, devoted love affair until he cheated on Rancic with Spice Girl Geri Halliwell!

“I was being two-timed for one of the lesser Spices?” she writes. Confronted, O’Connell told her, “ ‘Yeah, I know. I’m so sorry. I don’t know what happened.’ He had as much emotion as the customer-service representative who tells you your bags missed the flight.”

Apparently, O’Connell wooed her back and the two discussed plans for marriage until the Maxim’s 100 Hottest Women party in 2004 (Rancic was No. 94), where “X-Men” actress Rebecca Romijn (No. 7), was also partyin.’

O’Connell wandered off. “Little did I know he was in the VIP area, talking up Rebecca. As a prelude to feeling up Rebecca.”

A week later, he left for Las Vegas and stopped returning her calls. When she confronted him at his home, he refused to buzz her up.

“Nope. Sorry, homegirl,” he said, ending their relationship with: “Things change, but you take care, OK?”

(Via Page Six)

COLD.  Now I know NOT to date Jerry O’Connell.  Rancic’s book “Going Off Script: How I Survived a Crazy Childhood, Cancer, and Clooney’s 32 On-Screen Rejections,” comes out this week, and was written before all the stuff went down with her weight and with “Fashion Police.” Seems juicy…will you check it out?

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Posted Monday, April 6th, 2015 at 9:09am
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Stacy London Talks Discrimination At The VOGUE Offices

Paris Fashion Week - Chanel Fashion Show Fall/Winter 2014-2015

Is The Devil Wears Prada- style culture at the Vogue offices more real than we think?!

According to What Not To Wear Alum Stacy London, DEFINITELY.  Stacy gets candid about her first job out of college, working at the offices of Vogue. US Weekly reports:

Vogue was my first job out of college,” celebrity stylist and host of TLC’s Love, Lust or Run, 45, told Cosmopolitan.com editor Amy Odell. “I had been very thin [when] I interviewed for the job, then got double pneumonia before I started and within a year, I was up to 180 pounds.”

To hide the weight and blend in with Anna Wintour‘s mini fashion moguls, London clung hard to one particular trend. “Talk about feeling like an outsider… Lucky for me, that was the year grunge came in, so I could wear flannel shirts and big peasant skirts!” London said.

Although loose clothing could hide her new curves, London admits that she may not have landed the gig in the first place after gaining weight. “I don’t know whether I would have been hired at 180 pounds,” she said.

What she does know is that, from her experience, working hard outweighed a slender frame. “Not looking the part in that environment was hard, but I overcompensated, did the work of three assistants, and tried to be the class clown,” she admitted. “Honestly, it’s less about whether Vogue would have hired me and much more about my own self-esteem issues. I worked super hard to compensate for not being a size 0.”

Good to know hard work usurps a tiny waist. Still, hearing stuff like this is always so upsetting.  We all have to work hard to look past preconceived notions of worth through body image, INCLUDING the offices of a major fashion magazine.

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Posted Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 at 4:16pm
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