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Lordy, were the Hollywood clubs empty last night? It seems like every single famous female celeb in Tinseltown was at Coach’s “Evening of Cocktails and Shopping” to Benefit the Children’s Defense Fund. Except Lindsay Lohan, so I suppose the clubs did alright for themselves after all. Anyhoo, as this event was for a good cause, I found myself unable to critique anyone’s look as “bad,” per se. So, keep clicking to find out who looked good, meh, and amaaaazing…
The ’70s are back in a big way this spring and summer and this cute little sundress from Charlotte Ronson’s I Heart Ronson line for J.C. Penney has all the elements. The multi-colored chevron stripes on top give the illusion of a narrow(er) waist, while the vertical stripes on the floaty skirt elongate. We love the vintage vibe of the braided straps and brown belt, plus, we’ve never been able to resist a frock with pockets. Um, and it’s on sale? Consider us sold.
[$34.99 J.C. Penney]
Ladies, allow me to introduce you to Chris Hemsworth, star of the upcoming film “Thor.” Which guy? You mean, is Chris Hemsworth the guy on the left or the right? Oh, he’s both. On the left, Chris before he beefed up for the role. On the right, Chris after he channeled Cartman from “South Park” and screamed “Beefcake! Beefcaaaaake!” into a mirror while pumping iron. In the end, thanks to a combination of stuffing his gut and lifting weights (if you’re interested in the details, read Men’s Health), Chris gained 20 lbs. of muscle. Look at those guns. Hot. [Huffington Post]
For the most part, Hollywood actors work out. Many of them have nicely maintained physiques on the regular. But even your average Hollywood hottie has to take the muscles up a notch for certain roles. Here are 12 other already drool-worthy actors who beefed up for their craft…
This weekend, I finished Mockingjay, the third and final book in The Hunger Games trilogy. I had to put the book down multiple times so I could cry and then, at the end, I cried again because it was all over and I couldn’t go back in time to when I hadn’t read them yet and start all over. What a great series. Seriously, if you haven’t read them, DO, and before the movie version of the first book comes out.
Speaking of, casting decisions for the film are readily being made…
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