Kate Upton’s boobs are uber-fetishized. We get it; they’re massive, and lush, and flawlessly shaped, and perky. They deserved to be studied at the Smithsonian Institute. In fact, her voluptuous figure (and perfect face, let’s be honest) has afforded her one of the most impressive runs one can get in modeling.
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It’s really no surprise that celebs and athletes are so drawn to each other. They’re both larger than life, usually wealthy, have rabid fans, live public lives and, more often than not, are raging narcissists. Also, there’s the looks thing. Celebrity women are usually drop dead gorgeous (think Halle and Kim), while male sports stars are generally strapping, muscle bound hotties (i.e., Andre Agassi and Rick Fox). They look great together. Here’s the thing, though—it takes a lot more than being paparazzi-perfect to make a lasting marriage.
Thus, a large percentage of celeb/athlete unions end in disaster. Whether it’s a result of insane drug abuse, like wild child couple John McEnroe and Tatum O’Neal, or truly epic infidelity, like Tony Parker and Eva Longoria, most sports/starlet marriages never have a chance. Here, check out the most ten most salacious divorces, ever!
Tattoos are hot. They just are. Good ink can make almost anything sexy — a wrist, the top of a foot, aging rock stars (kidding). And in the past year or so, tats have totally become zeitgeisty, thanks to the popularity of shows like VH1′s Black Ink Crew; Spike TV’s Ink Master and Tattoo Rescue; and Oxygen’s Best Ink and Tattoos After Dark.
We love TV’s iconic romantic couples. The lusty buildup, the will-they-or-won’t-they. The overwhelming obstacles. The office sex (we’re looking at you, Scandal. Obviously). But sometimes, it’s even more fun to watch the dazzling chemistry between totally platonic onscreen duos. Take Breaking Bad’s Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, for example. Their totally murderous, deeply dysfunctional, howlingly illegal – but somehow, sweetly father/son-esque — connection was far more intriguing than the ones they had with their significant others.
What is it about a show following a foursome of fabulous women that makes it so compulsively watchable? Sex & the City, Designing Women, Girlfriends — the formula has been a proven hit, time after time. To figure out why, we of course have to refer to the OG of female foursome TV: The Golden Girls. Following the lives of sexy seniors raunching it up in a Miami retirement community, the multi-Emmy winner introduced the four archetypes that would be the secret sauce for the success of all it’s imitators: The Witty Everywoman (ie, the leader of the pack), the Innocent (ie, the lovable airhead), the Vixen (ie, the tart who’ll steal your man and giggle about it), and the Realist (ie, the wise-cracking shade-thrower). This combination? Ratings gold.
During awards season, celebs feel like princesses. Between December and March, designers send stars endless dress options, jewelers practically throw baubles their way, and A-list stylists clamor to be the ones to pull it all together for them. It can be overwhelming, dizzying — and ultimately, for some, the pressure results in a totally ass-backwards Oscar night look (in 1999, Celine Dion took this literally, showing up in a backwards tux). And then there’s the phenomenon we like to call Big Night Fail, where even the most stylish actresses look dazzling for every other awards show, but trip up for the Oscars (we’re looking at you, Kate Hudson in 2001).
Ever since Lorde hit the Grammy’s wearing dark, vampire-esque lips, celebs everywhere have been popping up with heavy plum lipstick. This goth-lite trend is perfect timing, since it goes fabulously with midwinter pale skin (very Wynona Rider in Beetlejuice). Of course, some celebs look more Manson than others. Kylie Jenner and Rihanna manage to look uber-intense in the look, while Selena Gomez and Katy Perry seem to be playing dress up with their depressed girlfriend’s gloss.
Either way, we’re so into it. The best part? There are a ton of shades on shelves that flatter all skin tones. If you’re fair to medium, try a neutral plum like Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Goldpearl Plum. Darker tones look fabulous in a deeper eggplant, like Smashbox Be Legendary Lipstick in Black Plum. In the meantime, crack open The Bell Jar, cue up your Morissey playlist, and check out the ten best “bleak chic” lips of the moment!
We’re so incredibly over this endless winter. Snowstorm after snowstorm. Sleet, ice, hail. Abysmal hair days. When will it ever end? The only thing that’s getting us through is shopping for cozy-toasty winter clothes. If it’s going to be negative nine degrees, we might as well look incredible, right?
It’s the morning after Valentine’s Day — time to come down off of our snuggly love high and face the harsh realities of real-life relationships. Sometimes they end. But when it happens to high-profile celebrities, more often than not, there’s a hint of over-the-top drama that makes the whole thing incredibly entertaining (yes, we have no souls). Whether they’re royals, politicos, or Hollywood stars, celebs can’t do anything halfway — especially when they know the world’s watching. So even the sad, tragic dissolution of a relationship can be a stage for indulgent excess.
Take Britney Spears and Kevin Federline. Their union was tacky enough — trucker hats on the beach, Cheetos at the gas station — but when you factor in rumors of drug use, infidelities, and BritBrit locking herself in bathrooms for days on end — the whole thing because downright gothic. Or what about Governer Schwarzenneger and his pristine Kennedy clan wife, Maria Shriver? Sure, affairs outside of marriage happen all the time. But it’s very seldom that an actual child is fathered — with the family’s housekeeper. The balls on that dude!
Here, we look back at ten of the most ludicrous, shocking divorces in celeb history. Grab your popcorn.
All awards season long, we’ve been salivating over Jared Leto. Not just Jared Leto, though — his hair. Sure, it’s a little odd that the sexiest ombre (ie, blonde-tipped brunette haircolor) in Hollywood is on the head of a man, but we’ll take it. And frankly, it’s no surprise that Leto’s hair is such a big deal right now. The Oscar-nominated actor-cum-rock star has always rocked, well…interesting hairstyles. As Jordan Catalano on My So Called Life, he had the quintessential mid-Nineties cut of hot, disaffected, post-grunge types (the grown-out shag). When he became 30 Second to Mars’ frontman, he ditched the “actor” hair for more rockstar styles, like roostery mohawks and the dreaded WBBs (White Boy Braids).
We have no idea with the renaissance man is going to do with his hair next, but no doubt it’ll be entertaining. Here, check out the Dallas Buyer’s Club star’s hairstyle transformation!
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