Naomi Campbell is gorgeous as she blows a kiss on the new September 2016 1000 Beautiful People issue of Paper magazine.
On paying it forward: “If a young model asks me for advice or if I can help them, I will. I’m very much supportive of young artists, young photographers, young models. There is nothing wrong with sharing; I think you should. And I never do it expecting anything in return.”
On the modeling industry today: “For shoots, we used to have these amazing trips, and now it’s just get there and start, in and out. Time is just… shorter. But that doesn’t mean she can’t meet the challenges that our current moment demands. I still have to deliver my end of the stick, and I love what I do and the enthusiasm is the same.”
On making the move into television: “Models used to get a hard time when they wanted to cross over into something else. And to be so supported, I really didn’t think that would happen. I feel very blessed for the opportunity to be able to express myself in a different way.”
“All of us are getting towards the end of our careers, we’re in the latter stages,” Andy said (via Evening Standard). “So it’s normal there would be wear and tear on the body and you pick up a few more injuries as you go on in your career.”
He added, “I think when everyone is fit and healthy they are capable of winning these major events. But there are injuries and it gives opportunities for other guys to make a break…That’s going to happen over the next few years, for sure, because I can’t go on forever.”
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Calvin Harris won the award for Best Male Video at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, but one person he did not thank was his "This Is What You Came For" co-songwriter and ex-girlfriend Taylor Swift. The DJ wasn't present at the show as he was in England, but he sent a taped video message that played during the broadcast. Find out who he DID thank...
Sources say that production was supposed to start up again this past May, but Dylan needed more time to recuperate.
After the accident last year, production halted and the studio changed the release date from February 17, 2017 to January 12, 2018.
Not much information is known about Dylan‘s accident, but sources say he fell off of a set piece made to look like a train and fractured bones in his face. Dylan resurfaced a few weeks ago and looks great!
NBC’s Grimm will end with the sixth season, TV Line reports.
Season six of the show is set to debut mid-season on Friday (January 6) at 8/7c, and will only have 13 episodes for the last season. NBC trimmed the episode order from 22 to 13 back in April. Each of the previous five seasons contained 22 episodes.
David Giuntoli, Sasha Roiz, Claire Coffee, Silas Weir Mitchell, Bree Turner, Bitsie Tulloch, Russell Hornsby and Reggie Lee star in the show.
ARE YOU SAD to see Grimm cancelled at NBC after season 6??
Julianne Hough‘s fiance Brooks Laich shows off his impressive strength by bench pressing her body on Saturday (August 27) at the beach in Santa Monica, Calif.
The 28-year-old entertainer and 33-year-old hockey player shared the moment on Instagram.
“@juleshough is definitely the prettiest weight I’ve ever lifted! Fitness is and always should be fun – use your imagination and create the active and healthy lifestyle that you want! Let’s see what you come up with!,” Brooks captioned the photo, which Julianne reposted and added, “I’m just glad you didn’t refer to me as your dumbbell.”
The trailer for the upcoming documentary Weiner, which gives an inside look at Anthony Weiner‘s campaign to become the mayor of New York City, has debuted amid the former congressman’s latest scandal.
Showtime is releasing the documentary, which premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. It will air on Saturday, October 22 at 9pm.
Here is the synopsis: Anthony Weiner was a young congressman on the cusp of higher office when a sexting scandal forced a humiliating resignation. Just two years later, he ran for mayor of New York City, betting that his ideas would trump his indiscretions. He was wrong. With unprecedented access to Weiner, his family and his campaign team, Weiner is a thrilling look inside a political comeback-turned-meltdown. What begins as an unexpected surge to the top of the polls takes a sharp turn once Weiner is forced to admit to new sexting allegations. As the media descends and dissects his every move, Weiner desperately tries to forge ahead, but the increasing pressure and crippling 24-hour news coverage halt his political aspirations.