It’s easy to see that “Jersey Shore” star Snooki is beautiful, even if she is a little bit orange from all the bronzer she slathers on. But au natural isn’t usually her vibe. This week, she scrubbed down and Tweeted a photo of herself on her “no makeup day.” Um, I think every day should be her no makeup day. Her makeunder is stunning. After the jump, more stars looking lovely sans fards. How refreshing to see how gorgeous celebs are without their faces on. [Huffington Post]
Rihanna’s been taking a break in Hawaii this week and has posted no shortage of photos of herself in skimpy bikinis on her Twitter page to keep her fans happy! The Bajan singer came under fire last week for some recent photographs that showed her smoking what many suspected to be a certain illegal substance, something the “Umbrella” singer didn’t deny, but rather alluded to via messages on Twitter.
Last Thursday, she tweeted, “4:20… Hi” (4:20 being a slang term for smoking pot that began in California in the 1970s), and then she dropped another hint on Sunday with the message, “Kush rolled, glass full… I prefer the better things!” (Kush is an Afghan strain of cannabis). And on Wednesday, Rihanna posted pics of herself in a silver twist one-piece with the message “Wake…Bake…#CAKE,” yet another reference to smoking the Maui Wowie. Read more…
Last night’s Republican debate got off to an uncomfortable start last night when Newt Gingrich was asked the first question of the night about his ex-wife Marianne Gingrich and whether he asked for an “open marriage.” CNN moderator John King asked the question because Marianne Gingrich appeared in an ABC News interview that also aired last night claiming Newt cheated on her with current wife Callista Gingrich and asked for an “open marriage.” When Marianne Gingrich said she didn’t want an open marriage, and in fact that she had been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Newt asked for a divorce. When questioned about Marianne’s statements at Thursday night’s debate, Newt called them “false” and chastised John King, saying, “I am appalled that you would begin a presidential debate on a topic like that.” Keep reading »
Etta James has died at age 73, according to her longtime manager.
The blues singer was born in 1938 in Los Angeles as Jamesetta Hawkins and proved herself a gospel prodigy from a young age, performing in churches and on the radio. At age 12, she began working with bandleader Johnny Otis and changed her stage name to Etta James; at 17, she launched a solo career where she became famous with ballads like “At Last.” Keep reading »