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‘What's up Celebrities’ updates readers on latest development in celebrities’ professional and personal life.

You are turning stylish by the day... I don't fall in the category where I can say I look good. But when I entered into the industry, ...

You are turning stylish by the day...
I don't fall in the category where I can say I look good. But when I entered into the industry, I was always clear that I will groom myself everyday. And that's not for anybody else that I have to prove myself.

I am doing this for only myself.

In fact, I was doing it since a long time but Instagram was not popular that time, so people didn't notice me much. I love to dress up. And slowly I started looking better. Media started writing about that. So that has been the change.

But I still want to look much better than what I do today. So everyday is a struggle, everyday is a process to get there--- but I will get there.



Any Bollywood diva you look up to when it comes to styling? 
There are a lot of them, but Sonam Kapoor in particular is someone I always look up to. Even if it's her airport look, Sonam stands out. She is the one who likes to dress up and experiment and it reflects in her personality. Malaika Arora is another stylish diva, I would say. 

Who is your style icon? 
Dua Lipa is my current favourite. When it comes to styling, I have a fascination towards VH1, all these hi-fi fashion models you know. In fact I look them up on Instagram too. 

VH1 music video pop singers also inspire me a lot. But that doesn't mean I will dress up like them as I don't have that kind of personality. But we can definitely get little cues from them on how we can improve our styling. 



How does it feel beating Alia Bhat, Katrina Kaif, Sonam Kapoor in Asia's Sexiest Women list? 
This is just a list. Every year there will be a list, everyday there is some poll. So that way, I am nowhere. And frankly speaking, I have always been a part of this list as it has always got me in top 5.

I think this list has always been important to my fans as they always contributed hugely in numbers. So maybe that's why I have always found a place there (pauses). But I am not getting carried away.



Go on... 
Still it's a happy feeling, it's a great feeling. But I can't rest on it. Kyunki yeh meri life ka koi bhaut bada achievement nahin hai. 

Buzz is, you are debuting in Bollywood this year?
Says who? No one asked me before writing about me doing a Vikram Bhatt's film. I don't know where it came from. I have not even been approached for it. Just because I was working in his Twisted 2? 



But haven't you got plans to step into movies next?
I don't want to talk about plans, they are just plans. But I can share with you that I want to perform. 

So now I want to work for a good lead role--- something that people have not seen me doing till date. Now I want my work to talk, instead of just being trolled for lipsticks which is very lame. My agenda was never to be known for my look and makeup. 

Will you ever do a daily soap again (she last did Jamai Raja) ? 
If I would be given important or a central role, I will take it up happily.

Iggy Azalea arrives at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 11, 2018, in Inglewood, Calif. (Photo: Rachel Murray/Getty Images) Fo...

Iggy Azalea arrives at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards on March 11, 2018, in Inglewood, Calif. (Photo: Rachel Murray/Getty Images)

Followers of Iggy Azalea’s Instagram account are well used to seeing revealing photos of her figure displayed on her page. However, Azalea seems to have considerably ramped up her efforts in the sex-kitten department of late — in the past few weeks, she’s gone from merely posing in skimpy outfits to showing off all-out nude portraits.

The shots are — relatively — tasteful (enough to conform to Instagram’s “artistic” nudity standards, anyway). But apparently, some fans have been raising eyebrows — or, at the very least, have been confused as to why her account has taken such a sizzling turn.

The “Fancy” singer/rapper has clapped back at the haters in a series of tweets, saying the photos are her latest form of creative release.

As she explained, she doesn’t have full control over her musical output…

She went on to reflect, “If it were up to me I’d be releasing songs at the same rate I post pictures,” and added a note of gratitude for anyone who supports her creative efforts. 

It seems she has plenty of those in her corner. Fans responded on Twitter to her comments overwhelmingly on the positive side, sending glowing affirmations — both for her photographs and for her bravery in confessing her struggles with depression and anxiety.

Who are the brainwashed masses who join ISIS because of Facebook? Kimberley Miners, 29, of London, claims she was indoctrinated online by I...

Who are the brainwashed masses who join ISIS because of Facebook? Kimberley Miners, 29, of London, claims she was indoctrinated online by ISIS recruiter Naweed Hussain. Hussain died in an airstrike in February.

According to the model, she was being groomed to be the next “White Widow,” a reference to Sally Jones, a British mother who converted to radical Islam and pledged allegiance to ISIS. (Jones was believed to have been killed in June 2017.)

Miners was arrested when she was discovered to be corresponding with Hussain, a correspondence that included a bomb-making manual.

After she suffered a miscarriage and broke up with her fiancé, Miners felt totally alone. It was when she became single that she turned to social media and met friends in Syria. She originally was drawn towards the plight of children in the area, but it wasn’t long before she was receiving friend requests from Syrian citizens.

Miners said “It’s embarrassing now but I liked the attention. I’d been so lonely. Now I felt I finally belonged. I craved the attention, the respect, and the offers of friendship.”

Miners was expected to go to Turkey, and then to Syria. However, antiterror police arrested her.. She could have faced 10 years in prison but was released on bail in January.

Jada Pinkett Smith claims she has the νagina of “a beautiful peach” after undergoing νaginal rejuvenation treatments to resolve her bladder...

Jada Pinkett Smith claims she has the νagina of “a beautiful peach” after undergoing νaginal rejuvenation treatments to resolve her bladder problems. 

The 46-year-old actress, who is married to Will Smith, revealed the news on a recent episode of her Facebook series Red Talk Talk, during which she and mother Adrienne Banfield-Jones, 64, visit the Vitality Institute of Agoura in Los Angeles, Calif., where Pinkett Smith had previously undergone treatment (Pinkett Smith’s 17-year-old daughter and co-host Willow Smith was not present). 

“A lot of women focus on keeping [the νagina] healthy for sex and pleasing man,” Pinkett Smith says, to which her mom adds, “But you gotta do it for yourself.” 

The pair, who admit that νaginal rejuvenation is a “sensitive topic” due to cultural shame surrounding age, met with owner Kelly Rainey, who explained that the 5-year-old process is ideal for women who want to improve dryness, their cosmetic appearance, painful sex, and stress incontinence (a condition that causes a person to accidentally urinate with physical movement).



VAGINAL REJUVENATION 101

Jada and Gammy embark on a very personal journey to a clinic that specializes in vaginal rejuvenation. Gammy is skeptical of the newfangled technology, but Jada has a different point of view.

Posted by Red Table Talk on Friday, June 15, 2018


During the procedure, an instrument called the “UltraFemme 360″ is repeatedly inserted into the νagina. “It introduces heat which stimulates cellular turnover which makes you feel younger again,” Rainey told the mother and daughter of the radiofrequency process. “And it gets tighter and nicer and functions like it did when we were back in our twenties.”

An additional attachment is also worked around the labia and the urethra “which does make the appearance sometimes tighter and helps with stress incontinence and you become more supple,” says Rainey. “So it’s easier to have sex again.” According to the Vitality Institute’s website, the treatment works to “stimulate your body’s healing response, cell regeneration, collagen synthesis, and blood supply.” 

It apparently worked for Pinkett Smith who proclaimed, “My yoni is like a 16-year-old — I’m not kidding. It looks like a little beautiful peach.”

Rainey adds that the procure itself is pleasurable saying, “Two out of 10 women do have a happy time while they’re getting the treatment. That’s what the literature told us.” 

Rainey did not return Yahoo Lifestyle’s request for comment. However, according to Alyssa Dweck, M.D., a New York-based Ob/GYN and author of The Complete A to Z for Your V,  νaginal rejuvenation is a growing field that may offer benefits to women struggling with the aforementioned issues.

“The most popular treatment is called the MonaLisa Touch — the gold standard — which increases collagen formation in the νagina using a CO2 laser,” she tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “A less common technique uses radio frequency to achieve the same results.”

Dweck cautions that despite the emerging interest in νaginal rejuvenation, some methods have only been cleared, but not approved, by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (which means they’re not covered by health insurance), nor are they universally accepted by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and The North American Menopause Society (NAMS). Still, some urologists and even dermatologists are learning to perform the treatments. 

“The treatment generally needs more research,” adds Dweck, who does not perform the procedure. “But it sounds promising.”

Please give summer a warm welcome, for the highly anticipated season is finally here. And while it's synonymous with rosé-filled weeken...

Please give summer a warm welcome, for the highly anticipated season is finally here. And while it's synonymous with rosé-filled weekends spent poolside for some, or riding waves for others, it also recalls the often-dreaded task of applying (and reapplying) layers of thick sunscreen for all. With the weekend in reach and plenty of new foolproof formulas on the market—antioxidant-packed products that repair skin while fighting harmful rays, lightweight options that won’t mess with an already applied makeup look, affordable choices so there is no need to keep tabs on ill-prepared friends—there’s no time like the present to stock up for the sunny days ahead.

And who better to ask for SPF advice than a dermatologist? After all, with skin always on their minds, they are the first ones to adamantly lecture on safe sun practices (save mothers, of course). Here, ten experts share their favorite hardworking sunscreens for protecting skin all summer and beyond.






Chrissy Teigen‘s commitment to keeping it real just went up a notch. Having already showed off her post-childbirth mesh underwear and whi...

Chrissy Teigen‘s commitment to keeping it real just went up a notch.

Having already showed off her post-childbirth mesh underwear and whipped out a breast pump in the middle of date night, the cookbook author and model shared her most intimate motherhood moment yet: treating her private parts to a νaginal steam.

Teigen, who also rocked a face mask and a heating pad for her mini spa moment, isn’t the first celebrity to try out νaginal steaming. Gwyneth Paltrow was among the first to extol the virtues of the treatment, urging her Goop readers in 2015 to experience what she called an “energy release” for themselves.

Fans of νaginal steaming — a centuries-old practice currently having a renaissance thanks to some spas — claim that the treatment can cleanse the uterus and help soothe a number of gynecological issues, as well as anxiety. According to New York City’s YinOva Center, which offers the treatment, hovering over a steamed blend of dried herbs, including mugwort, can “help manage PMS symptoms, uterine cramping, fertility, and peri- and post-menopausal symptoms.”

Many spas swear by νagina steaming, but health experts have said it has no benefits. (Photo: BLACKDAY/Getty Images)

Having given birth to her son, Miles, in May, Teigen was presumably drawn to claims that the treatment can help new moms with scarring and other postnatal concerns. But according to Dr. Shazia Malik, a London-based consultant obstetrician and gynecologist, Teigen may be wasting her time. 

“There is absolutely no evidence that steaming provides any benefit to the  νagina, never mind any other reproductive organ in the female body,” Malik told Yahoo Lifestyle. “Nor indeed does the concept follow any scientific theory. The female  νagina is a self-cleaning organ with a delicately balanced population of bacteria to keep it healthy at all stages of a woman’s reproductive life. Steaming can at best be relaxing, just as a warm bath might be, and at worst, be frankly dangerous — especially if tried at home. Also, overheating can promote an overgrowth of unhealthy bugs and yeast infections.

“The  νagina undergoes profound changes in pregnancy to prepare for birth and also to help it heal afterwards,” she added. “Steaming won’t change that and in no way can the steam get to your uterus or other pelvic organs!”

But Malik does have an all-natural alternative that might help new moms.

“After birth, I ask my patients to sit in a warm bath twice a day with a handful of sea salt and a few drops of tea tree oil, and also to take arnica tablets to promote healing,” she shared. “It works very well most of the time.”

Malik also cautioned that celebrities should be more careful about road-testing treatments that have been debunked by medical experts.

“Role models promoting such treatments might inadvertently be feeding into the notion that somehow the  νagina is an unclean organ that needs purifying — when all it really needs is a healthy lifestyle, fresh air, and cotton underwear!” she said.

Margaret Cho got an especially early start celebrating Pride. Thanks to a childhood spent in the middle of San Francisco’s gayest neigh...

Margaret Cho got an especially early start celebrating Pride.

Thanks to a childhood spent in the middle of San Francisco’s gayest neighborhood -- growing up in her parents' gay book store, no less -- the outspoken comedian was partaking in the city’s annual bash recognizing the LGBTQ community before she was even a teen. Now, nearly four decades later, she attends Prides around the world each year, often serving as grand marshal and “riding in cars driven by old, very butch diesel dyke types who want to show off their custom cars.”

In honor of Pride Month, HuffPost recently phoned Cho to chat about her earliest Pride memories, why she thinks the controversial corporate takeover of some events might not be such a bad thing and the challenges she continues to face as a bisexual.

When and how did you first realize that you were queer? Is there one particular moment or experience that stands out to you?

I think it was something that I just kind of knew — that there was something different in the sense of not belonging — and not really understanding why. It was this feeling of “I don’t get everything.” And there was this distrust of the other girls around me. They made me feel like there was something about me that was kind of off and that they didn’t trust me. There would be graffiti on the walls about me and rumors that I had tried to kiss a girl — things that had never happened but that still confirmed for me that there was something different about me. I was really almost at war with my peers — but it was a silent war. Every kid feels awkward as it is but it was magnified for me and in some ways, I knew those other kids were right about me and that was scary too.

How old were you then?

It probably started when I was about 7 and it continued through high school until I really just started to reject all that school was. At first it was very upsetting and really scary — I felt really alone. Then I realized that I could just hang out with the freaks! [Laughs] I finally just asked myself, why am I trying to belong where I’m just not welcome? After being very hurt by people calling me a “dyke” and that kind of thing, I thought, That’s fine! You can call me that because I am one! [Laughs] But it takes a little bit of time to really go, “I’m not going to be hurt by what is true.”

I love what you said earlier about knowing somewhere inside of you that the other kids were right about who you really were and that being “scary.” When did you actually come out? When did you actually say the words, “I’m queer” or “I’m bisexual” or however you phrased it?

I think I didn’t say it out loud until I was 18 or 19. And at that time, I thought I was a dyke. I thought I was a lesbian. And then I realized, “No, I’m actually attracted to men as well.” So then it became something really confusing for me. My family had a gay bookstore, they were in the gay community, they were working in and around the gay community, so they really were aware of gay people and lesbians but they didn’t understand bisexuality. It’s still a sensitive issue for many people in my life. They really don’t get bisexuality. I’ve had this suspicion with every partner that I’ve ever had [that they didn’t get it]. I’ve never been with another bisexual person. I’ve only been with either straight or gay people, so, it’s a very suspicious place. Nobody has ever really accepted that I’m truly bisexual. Nobody has ever allowed it. It’s still very much a point of argument between anybody that I’ve been with. People just don’t accept it.

Nobody has ever really accepted that I’m truly bisexual. Nobody has ever allowed it. It’s still very much a point of argument between anybody that I’ve been with. People just don’t accept it.

We’ve come a long way in terms of how people conceptualize and talk about bisexuality. Many people who may have once identified as bisexual are now using the term pansexuality instead because they feel it more fully describes who they are. What are your thoughts on the subject?

I don’t know. I don’t know using “bisexual” is right because that indicates that there’s only two genders, and I don’t believe that. I’ve been with people all across the spectrum of gender and who have all kinds of different expressions of gender, so it’s so hard to say. Maybe “pansexual” is technically the more correct term but I like “bisexual” because it’s kind of ’70s. [Laughs] There’s something very chic about that word and I guess that’s probably the right one for me.

When and where did you attend your very first Pride celebration?

It must have been in San Francisco in 1977 or 1978. It was not what it is today — it was much smaller but it was still very exciting. My memories of my first Pride aren’t that clear. I have clearer memories of later on in the ’80s and of course early ’90s when people were outraged about the government’s treatment of people with HIV and AIDS and Pride was hugely political. I was an adult by then so my participation was obviously at a much more advanced stage.

Because your family owned a gay bookstore in The Castro, was Pride something that you all celebrated together every year?

It was very practical. It was like, “Oh, we’re going to need to get a lot of shifts covered.” [Laughs] That was mostly my family’s attitude. It was celebrated within the structure of the bookstore but it was more that people were going to be gone and doing other things and so we had to prepare for that. The biggest thing I remember was the vigil for Harvey Milk after he was killed and my family didn’t want me to go. They thought it would be too sad. They were like, “You’re not going to be able to go because we think it’s too sad and it’s a terrible, terrible thing and we don’t want you to be scared about what happened or thinking about what happened to him.” I was probably about nine when he was killed and so I think my family was very conscious of it being too much ― too overwhelming ― to be a part of my life. I think that’s sad — I wish I could have been there. But even though I wasn’t, I still remember realizing that we’re living in this incredibly violent world and that someone could be killed because they were gay — that was just an awful, awful thing.

What’s your relationship with Pride like now?

I love it. I’m active in Pride in a number of ways, whether I’m performing or just going and hanging out or riding in cars driven by old, very butch diesel dyke types who want to show off their custom cars. [Laughs]. That’s the ideal for me — you want to be in one of those convertibles and have a lovely chauffeur. I’ve done Pride in so many different countries. I think the big queer Mardi Gras in Sydney, Australia, is the biggest Pride I’ve ever been to. I’ve been grand marshal at San Francisco’s Pride several times. That’s a huge one because there’s the Take Back The Night March and the Trans March and so there are quite a few events that go along with Pride that are really exciting. 

Good morning! If you're wondering what Chrissy Teigen has been up to lately, the list includes taking care of her beautiful baby boy, b...

Good morning! If you're wondering what Chrissy Teigen has been up to lately, the list includes taking care of her beautiful baby boy, being amusing on Twitter, donating impressive amounts of money to the ACLU and inspiring others to do the same, and-ah yes-steaming her vagina.

The supermodel took it to Instagram to share a photo of her vaginal steam, going ahead and writing the iconic words *vagina dissolves* in the process.

In related 'Chrissy Teigen Gets Realer Than Real' news, John Legend shared a picture of his wife pumping milk, another amazing moment that breaks down stigmas and helps normalize breast feeding!

Lady Gaga surprised her little monsters in the audience and around the world with a surprise appearance at the MTV Movie and TV Awards. ...

Lady Gaga surprised her little monsters in the audience and around the world with a surprise appearance at the MTV Movie and TV Awards.

While clips played of her documentary Five Foot Two, which won the prize for Best Music Documentary at the award show, Tiffany Haddish handed the singer her golden popcorn statue.

“I love you little monsters so much! And, Happy Pride Month!” she said. “I just have one problem, I recently found out that I am actually five-foot-three and three quarters … I am so, so sorry, but thank you so much.”

Directed by Chris Moukarbel, the Netflix documentary follows the Grammy winner in the year leading up to the release of her 2016 album, Joanne.

The A Star Is Born actress, 32, went on to present the award for Best Movie.

“The real reason that I am here tonight is to present the award for Best Movie. The five films nominated this year filled our spirits, broke our hearts, broke the box office and led us on shiny-starred adventures that we are still coming down from,” she said.

She then announced the award would go to “Black mother f—– Panther’.

The film, starring Chadwick Boseman as the superhero and Michael B. Jordan as the villain, grossed over a billion dollars worldwide.

Boseman and Jordan accepted the award along with costar Winston Duke, who said, “Thank you all for investing in not just a beautiful story, but investing in a continued conversation in what this industry and what this culture could achieve — and what we all can aspire to be.”

1) Swimming Lee names swimming, ‘the perfect workout.’ That’s right, perfect. This is due to the low-impact nature of the sport - mean...

1) Swimming
Lee names swimming, ‘the perfect workout.’ That’s right, perfect.

This is due to the low-impact nature of the sport - meaning it is almost strain-free and is not going to hurt your joints. Swimming also works almost every muscle in your body, giving you a complete workout. The activity additionally raises your heart rate, meaning it improves cardiovascular health and aids weight loss or maintenance. And, if you swim regularly for around 30 to 45 minutes regularly, it can battle depression, stress and age-related decline.

2) Tai Chi
Next on the list is the Chinese martial art of Tai Chi.

Consisting of flowing movements performed with grace and attention to detail, the exercise’s combination of movement and breathing means its perfect for a range of abilities and ages and acts as a moving meditation.

Lee points out it’s specific benefits for the elderly, saying, ‘balance is an important component of fitness, and balance is something we lose as we get older.’

3) Strength Training
The exercise du jour is third on the list, both in the form of resistance training and high-intensity interval training (HIIT).

Strengthening the body, Lee suggests, can either be achieved with heavy weights, or more reps with lighter weights (again making it good for a range of abilities). HIIT, she recommends, due to the combined benefits of strengthening the muscles and cardiovascular benefits.

Though apparently, consistency is key.

4) Walking
Good news for the gym-averse, walking is also one of Lee’s most-recommended exercises.

Walking acts as a nice low-intensity workout that can still shift the pounds. As well as benefits for the body, many studies are revealing the benefits it has for the brain. One study found that elderly participants walking for half an hour, four days a week for three months, ‘appeared to strengthen connectivity in a region of the brain where weakened connections have been linked with memory loss.’

Another study of 30 minutes of treadmill walking for only 10 consecutive days for the severely depressed found there was, ‘a clinically relevant and statistically significant reduction in depression.’

5) Kegel Exercises
Fifth on the list is the much-overlooked kegel exercises, which are apparently important for both men and women. Used to strengthen what is called the ‘pelvic floor’, these exercises work on maintaining the muscles around the uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum.

The pelvic floor naturally weakens as we all get older, so tightening and releasing these muscles for a few seconds ten times, four or five times a day will help reduce instances in leakages later on in life

Pop star Sinitta has revealed she was pinned down on a bed by a guest at Simon Cowell’s holiday villa. The pop star, who was in a relatio...

Pop star Sinitta has revealed she was pinned down on a bed by a guest at Simon Cowell’s holiday villa.

The pop star, who was in a relationship with Cowell for many years, said the X Factor mogul confronted the unnamed man after she fought him off at the holiday home in St Tropez.

The singer told the Sunday Mirror that she was taking the guest round the house to choose a bedroom when she was attacked, saying: “When we got to the basement, far from everyone, he said ‘Oh, I like this one. I like this one’.

“He threw himself on the bed with his hand behind his head and was like ‘yep, yep, this one is fine for me’.

“I was like: ‘Really? With no view, no windows? But if this is the one you like then so be it. Sleep well and I’ll see you in the morning’.

“I leaned over to say goodbye to him with a kiss on the cheek.

“He grabbed me, pulled me down on top of him and was suddenly on top of me on the bed.”

She added: “I was shocked but even at the moment I recall playing in my head: ‘Has there been anything about my ­behaviour or my demeanour that has made this man think that I am interested in him?’

“The answer was definitely no.

“I had to get away from him. I was struggling with him a bit but trying not to seem panicked. I fought with him and edged my way from under him.

“He could tell I was fighting him off but wouldn’t let me go.

“I managed to wriggle out from underneath and got to my feet and said: ‘What are you thinking’? But he was just smiling and sneering.

“He kind of smiled at me, kind of liking it. He said: ‘Oh is that what Simon’s into then? You taking charge?’ I was just thinking ‘you revolting person’.”

Sinitta said she backed out of the room and ran to tell Cowell.

High fashion meets activewear  It’s becoming more visible on the runways and in the streets as it isn’t hard to see why. Activewear is ...

High fashion meets activewear 

It’s becoming more visible on the runways and in the streets as it isn’t hard to see why. Activewear is effortless and comfy and when done right,it can look really chic. From pairing a jersey with high heels to matching a t-shirt dress with Nikes, styling activewear has limitless opportunities. Here are eight outfits for inspiration: 

Out & About

There’s nothing better than matching a sporty outfit with cute booties. In this case, chunky black booties add a little polish to a baggy mesh top and tight capris leggings. This look is great to wear if you’re planning on heading downtown for the day. To dress it up for the night, take a fitted black leather jacket with you and layer it on top. 

Sheer Mesh Pullover, $20, forever21.com, Low Impact Strappy Sports Bra, $18, forever21.com, New Look Chunky Heeled Boot, $67, asos.com, Active Capri Leggings, $22, forever21.com 

On a Walk

Chilling out on the weekend? Grab this black & grey ensemble, throw your hair in a ponytail and take your pup on a walk. You look fitness-chic without looking like you’re about to head to the gym. Tip: When matching greys, pay attention to shades as they can clash if the colours have clashing undertones.

Mia Dance Scoop Back Vest, $27, boohoo.com, Harriet Fit Mesh Panel Legging, $32, boohoo.com, Naomi Mesh Lace Up Trainer, $45, boohoo.com, Response Backpack, $65, littleburgundyshoes.com 

Just Chilling

Lily Aldridge is wearing the $2 million Fantasy Bra at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, which taped Tuesday, November 10. (Photo: Victor...

Lily Aldridge is wearing the $2 million Fantasy Bra at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, which taped Tuesday, November 10. (Photo: Victoria’s Secret)

Runway and red carpet trends come and go, but there’s one look many women — and men — daydream about: The Victoria’s Secret Angel bombshell look. On Tuesday, I went backstage at the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show (airing December 8 on CBS) where newbies like Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid to veterans like Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio were made even more beautiful by the incredibly talented makeup artist Dick Page while hair was styled into those signature supermodel waves by Akki Shirakawa and Sarah Potempa. What actually went into this year’s show?

47 models
75 runway looks
46 pairs of wings (one set is even LED)
1 $2 million Fantasy Bra (worn by Lily Aldridge)
32 makeup artists
32 hairstylists
6 manicurists
40 cans of Victoria’s Secret Hairspray
60 Beachwaver hair tools
100 bottles of Victoria’s Secret body care

London Fashion Week kicks off today (check out Yahoo Style UK’s exclusive live coverage) and to help get it started, lingerie clad women st...

London Fashion Week kicks off today (check out Yahoo Style UK’s exclusive live coverage) and to help get it started, lingerie clad women staged a catwalk show on one of London’s biggest streets to celebrate body confidence.

Lingerie brand Bluebella recruited 19 fans of the brand to strut their stuff down Oxford Street’s makeshift catwalk dressed in nothing but their skimpy smalls.

Participants in the ‘Dare to Bare’ campaign included a medical PA, a company boss, four students, two actors, a musician, two writers and a fashion merchandiser.

Speaking about the campaign, Emily Bendell, Bluebella chief executive, said was a fun way to help promote body confidence and diversity within the fashion industry.

“We have a history of shoots demonstrating both our commitment to celebrating diversity in beauty and of celebrating the city around us and this was the most exciting yet,” she said.

The brand put a call out on Instagram looking for ‘models’ and were inundated with applicants.

“A lot of the women who posed had suffered from confidence issues in the past and saw this as a fun way of overcoming them,” Emily Bendell continues.

“All the women were amazing on the day. We only had 26 seconds for each take while the green man was flashing, so we had to be super quick. We had a fantastic response from the public who were cheering all the girls.”

“The girls perfectly represented our diverse and sassy Instagram family and they all looked incredible.”

Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid made a surprise appearance during the menswear fashion shows in Milan this weekend. The model pair took to t...

Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid made a surprise appearance during the menswear fashion shows in Milan this weekend. The model pair took to the catwalk during the Versace spring/summer 2019 show, which also featured select womenswear looks.

Both wore statement mini dresses during the lavish show, which was set against a backdrop of lush greenery, with flowers hanging from the ceiling.

Hadid took to the catwalk in a ruffled black leather dress, paired with heeled sandals which had a floral ankle cuff.

Cardi B's daughter isn't even born yet and she's already taking over magazine covers.  The "Bartier Cardi" rapper...

Cardi B's daughter isn't even born yet and she's already taking over magazine covers. 

The "Bartier Cardi" rapper took to Instagram on Friday to reveal her racy new Rolling Stone cover, in which her baby bump takes center stage. 

Cardi poses pantless in the shot, showing off a whole lot of belly -- and booty -- alongside her fiance, Offset. The Migos rapper, dressed in a snazzy red suit, gives his lady's bump a big kiss while she stares into the camera. 

"I guess it was too much to ask to wait until the official July release of our @rollingstone cover! This cover is so special to me and means so much! Thank you to everyone who helped put this amazing cover together! Even tho it was leaked and suppose to be In gray f**k it," Cardi wrote alongside the cover, which Rolling Stone shared an hour earlier. "My daughter made it to the Rollin Stone cover !!!! Official release in July.You can’t ruined what’s for me ❤️❤️❤️❤️ROCKSTARS @offsetyrn." 

Rapper XXXTentacion (real name: Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy), who was shot to death at the age of 20 Monday, wasn’t yet a household name. But he w...

Rapper XXXTentacion (real name: Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy), who was shot to death at the age of 20 Monday, wasn’t yet a household name. But he was well on his way.

Already popular on SoundCloud, XXXTentacion’s latest album, ?, landed at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart when it was released in March. His debut album, 17, peaked at No. 2 on the same chart last September. Kendrick Lamar was a known supporter, and the young rapper had millions of followers on social media.

If you don’t know his music, XXXTentacion’s name might be familiar because he was one of the artists mentioned last month when streaming service Spotify vowed to stop promoting the music of R. Kelly and other artists who demonstrated “hateful conduct.” (This is a policy they’ve since dropped.)

Some of the Florida native’s history fit into that category. When he died, he was awaiting trial on charges of battery, false imprisonment, and witness tampering, to which he had pleaded not guilty, according to the New York Times. His former girlfriend stated in a deposition that XXXTentacion often abused her. She said that he had punched, kicked, strangled, and head-butted her while she was pregnant in 2016. She also accused him of keeping her at a friend’s house for two days.

He’s had physical altercations at concerts and feuded with Drake and Offset from Migos.

In 2016, he was also arrested on home invasion charges for an incident that happened in 2015. He was released from jail on house arrest late last year.

As the New York Times noted, the artist didn’t give many interviews. He preferred to interact with his fans on social media, where he had 1.2 million followers on Twitter and another 8.2 million on Instagram. “If I’m going to die or ever be a sacrifice, I want to make sure that my life made at least five million kids happy, or they found some sort of answers or resolve in my life, regardless of the negative around my name, regardless of the bad things people say to me,” he reportedly said on Instagram.

In the wake of his death, many in the hip-hop community are offering their condolences.

“This got me f***ed up,” J. Cole writes. “RIP X. Enormous talent and limitless potential and a strong desire to be a better person. God bless his family, friends and fans.”

On “NICE”, one of the nine tracks appearing on Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s Everything is Love, Beyoncé notably sings, “If I gave two fucks – two fu...

On “NICE”, one of the nine tracks appearing on Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s Everything is Love, Beyoncé notably sings, “If I gave two fucks – two fucks about streaming numbers/ Would have put Lemonade up on Spotify.” She’s apparently had a change of heart since penning that line; after being released over the weekend as a TIDAL exclusive, Beyoncé and JAY-Z’s first-ever collaborative album is now streaming on Spotify Premium and Apple Music. It will be made available on Spotify’s free tier in two weeks.

Everything is Love features contributions from Offset and Quavo of Migos, who appear on “APESHIT”; Ty Dolla $ign, who guests on “BOSS”; and Pharrell Williams, who sings on “NICE”. Pharrell also has co-writing credits on “APESHIT” and “NICE”, while TV on the Radio’s Dave Sitek contributes to “LOVEHAPPY”.

Beyoncé and JAY-Z are currently touring together as part of their OTR II Tour.

John Legend used Father’s Day to praise the mother of his children, Chrissy Teigen. The 39-year-old R&B singer took to Instagram to...

John Legend used Father’s Day to praise the mother of his children, Chrissy Teigen.

The 39-year-old R&B singer took to Instagram to share an adorable selfie from the couple’s car ride to dinner on Sunday. “I know it’s Father’s Day and all but my wife is pretty awesome,” he wrote. “She’s taking me to dinner but still on mommy duty.”

In the image, Teigen who is wearing a beautiful blush dress, is seen pumping breast milk and throwing up a peace sign.

The 32-year-old supermodel and TV personality also took a minute to honor her husband on the special holiday. She first shared a photo of him with their two children, Miles and Luna, writing, “What a man, what a man, what a mighty good man. Thank you for the beautiful life and these beautiful lives you have given me. My best friend and partner always, the most loving and generous and king human in the world. And the smartest. I didn’t say funniest so you know I’m not lying here. We love you with all our hearts. Happy Father’s Day.”














Model, actress, and Instagram favourite Emily Ratajkowski has never met a sexy selfie she didn’t like, and she posted a few on Saturday mor...

Model, actress, and Instagram favourite Emily Ratajkowski has never met a sexy selfie she didn’t like, and she posted a few on Saturday morning.

Clad in a crop top and a very tiny thong, the model strikes a pose in front of two mirrors, giving fans a major view.

Her second post, in the same outfit, at first appears to be a selfie of her face. Closer inspection shows she’s up to the mirror trick in that photo as well.

Fans were very positive, commenting “beautiful” and “cute.”

One even wrote, “MY SENSUAL QUEEN.”

The I Feel Pretty star often receives shaming comments when she (frequently) posts a revealing selfie on Instagram. According to Ratajkowski, many struggle to accept the image of a woman who is comfortable and confident in her own skin — clothed or not.

“We grow up in this patriarchal, misogynistic culture, and women fantasise about watching themselves through a male gaze,” she notes.

“But if a woman decided that she likes herself in a gaze, and it makes her happy, should she feel the burden of where that comes from? I don’t know the answer. That’s now what feminism is about. It’s freedom of choice. Do what you feel like!”

Troll her all you like, but she’s not backing down when it comes to celebrating her sexuality or her body.