Then And Now: Kids From ’90s Album Covers

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Eighteen-year-old high school senior, Keith Yearwood, is ready to reveal his true identity as the adorable baby on the cover of the 1994 Notorious B.I.G. album, Ready to Die. For many years, the baby with the big afro was speculated to be one of Biggie or Diddy’s children. Not so much. Yearwood was hired through a modeling agency. He was paid $150 for the two-hour photo shoot. His full afro is what landed him the gig. “It’s an honor to be on this album,” he says. Clearly, he’s not into rocking big hair anymore. Click through to see more kids from ’90s’ album covers all grown up. P.S. I feel old. [NY Daily News]

Who Wants Hypercolor Nails?


Speaking of things from the ’90s having their comeuppance, do you remember Hypercolor t-shirts? I absolutely loved them, in theory. In practice, I didn’t like that people took it as license to try to make a hand print on your stomach. I also hated how the fabric always looked a different color around the armpits. Gross! But, I am thoroughly obsessed with this nail polish, In the Mood, that changes colors depending on your body temperature. The polish comes in all sorts of color combinations—blue and green, pink and purple, yellow and orange. If your nails are long, the polish looks like a super colorful French manicure since your nail bed is much warmer than the tips. Count me in for Guilty, the blue/purple combo. [Glamour] Keep reading »

Can You Guess The Wifey?

Meet 31-year-old Joy Millward. She works as a parliamentary lobbyist in the UK and she is married to a very famous, yet very elusive man. Can you guess who her hubby is? Find out after the jump. Keep reading »

12 Lightening Fast Celebrity Rebounds

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Last Thursday, Ashley Greene and Joe Jonas‘ reps confirmed that they were no longer dating. The next day, Ashley was spotted out celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with Jared Followill, the hot Kings of Leon bassist who Miley Cyrus supposedly has a crush on. “Ashley was smiling all night,” a source said. “She and Jared were close the whole night. Dancing, talking, flirting. Was pretty clear they were into each other.” Wow, I am impressed. It took Ashley less than 24 hours to find a new piece of musically-inclined arm candy. [People]

Is it just me, or do celebrities seem to bounce back much quicker than regular people from breakups? After the jump, some lightening fast rebounds in recent memory.

Kate Walsh Feels Like A Loser For Not Having Kids

“I feel like a loser [for not having kids]. I would definitely love to be a parent, but I definitely don’t think I want to do it on my own… I thought I’d be married and have three or four kids. I always knew I wanted to be an actress, but I think I always wanted a quote-unquote normal life.”

—Kate Walsh, aka Addison Shepard of “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Private Practice” shares that, at 43, she feels like she’s missed out on having a family. I would normally insert a joke here, but this quote depressed me so much that I got nothing besides, we love you, Kate, and appreciate your honesty. [People]
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Pole Dancing For Jesus Is The New Christian Workout

7-Year-Old Pole Dancer
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The "Human Barbie" taught her 7-year-old daughter to pole dance. Read More »

 

If you thought pole-dancing died when Miley Cyrus got on the pole, you were wrong. The true death knell is Pole Fitness For Jesus, a pole-dancing class for good Christian ladies in the sleepy town of Old Spring Town, Texas. The women in the Pole Fitness For Jesus class strut in high heels and body roll to uplifting Christian music — not because they’re trying to be sexy, mind you, but because they are honoring their body as a temple. “God gives us these bodies and they are suppose to be our temples and we are suppose to take care of them and that’s what we are doing,” explained Crystal Dean, a pole-dancing instructor, who rightfully points out that judging others for pole dancing is not very Christian. In fact, the few students in the free classes, which meets two Sundays a month, attest they feel a “spiritual connection” on the pole. Hey, whatever makes you feel closer to God — as long as you’re not hurting anybody — is fine with this Christian. Just ask yourself: what would Mary Magdalene do? [KTRK] Keep reading »

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