Heidi Klum has legs for days while enjoying a holiday vacation on Saturday (December 27) in St. Barts.
The 41-year-old former supermodel was joined by her 28-year-old boyfriend Vito Schnabel, who wasn’t afraid to go shirtless!
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Heidi and Vito aren’t the only celebs spending time in St. Barts, Salma Hayek, her husband Francois-Henri Pinault, and Sean Combs are also vacationing there.
Before the holidays, Heidi were seen doing some last-minute shopping at Barneys New York in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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Stephen Amell takes the camera into his own hands while filming for his new docu-series Dudes Being Dudes In Wine Country.
The new television series, being made by the 33-year-old Arrow actor and his buddies, follows Stephen and his Nocking Point Wines co-founder Andrew Harding exploring their knowledge of the wine industry.
Dudes Being Dudes in Wine Country takes you “on the road with them as they seek to satisfy their own growing curiosities about the world of wine by exploring the world’s newest wine regions that produce the best wines of our near future. You’re going to see first-hand how great wine really happens.”
Stephen says his new unscripted series will be coming in March!
Dudes Being Dudes In Wine Country – Teaser Trailer
Eddie Redmayne looks slick in his suit on the cover of The Mr Porter Post‘s latest issue.
Here is what the 32-year-old Theory of Everything actor had to share with the mag:
On almost having a meltdown before filming began: “The first scene was at the start of the film, pre-diagnosis. The second was when Stephen was using two walking sticks. By the third, he was in his second wheelchair. I was terrified. It was like I’d been asked to write a sentence in permanent ink starting with one word at the beginning, one at the middle and one at the end. I was having a complete meltdown – it was four in the morning, I was getting picked up at five, and I hadn’t slept. I was thinking, ‘I can’t start a job like this’.”
On the Oscar buzz for his work: “Please don’t get me wrong, it’s a wonderful compliment… I just hope it serves to get the story out to more people…”
On Stephen Hawking’s reaction to the movie: “I met him again just before he saw the film. I said, ‘Stephen, I hope you enjoy it, and please let me know what you think.’ A minute or two passed as he typed away with his eye-tracking software. Then, in that famous, vaguely robotic voice, he replied: ‘I will let you know what I think. Good, or otherwise.’”
For more from Eddie, visit MrPorter.com!