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“I like to transform myself like a chameleon,” said Alicia Keys to Italian Vogue, as she shot a beautiful fashion spread for the magazine. Alicia transforms into a haute nun as she models the minimalist trend, and goes more extravagant as a glamorous chanteuse. Check out the pics of a pregnant-but-not-showing Alicia in Italian Vogue.
“For Christmas, we will be at home at our house with all the family coming to us. He has been introducing me to the kid tradition. I’ve never had kids running around on Christmas morning. I’m one of those people that wakes up on Christmas at 5:30 — I’ll probably be up before them! I usually am up, getting coffee ready, breakfast ready. It’s fun to have kids around — it’s completely different.”
—LeAnn Rimes on her Christmas plans with Eddie Cibrian and his kids. Ouch for Brandi Glanville who will be spending Christmas alone thinking about step-mommy-to-be, LeAnn, making the yuletide gay with her cubs. [Celebitchy] Keep reading »
We’re loving pop sensation Leona Lewis’ patterned “boyfriend” cardi. It is an absolutely perfect piece for a nippy fall day. Just imagine a cold breeze and pulling your soft wool-y knit around you — it’s almost as good as a hot chocolate!. She paired it perfectly, too, with edgy motorcycle boots and a great bag. Simple, chic, and on trend. After the jump, take a look at a few of our faves. There may even be the one you’ve been searching for!
How do I tell my sister that she’s not going to get what she ultimately wants out of her boyfriend? My sister has been dating a very good guy for over two years, and I know she wants him to be her husband and the father of her children. However, there are some roadblocks. They have different takes on religion (she is a Christian, and hopes he’ll become one), marriage (he’s not sure he “believes” in it and she’s been planning her wedding since she was 12), and whether to have biological children or adopt (he wants to adopt). In addition to these serious clashes in life philosophy/goals, she often feels like he places more importance on his work than on his relationship with her. He IS a really good guy, and she is happy with him, but I think she’s deluding herself into believing that she can change him. I think it may be worth being honest with her — if I can help her see that this isn’t the best she can do, it could save her time and make the heartbreak a little less severe. At the same time, my own relationship is verging on perfect, and my boyfriend and I have values/goals that are very much in sync, so I don’t want to come off as condescending or braggy when I approach her about this (she has gotten envious in the past). How can I be honest without really hurting her? — Leery Little Sister
This Sunday night, “Sarah Palin’s Alaska” premieres on TLC. Early clips from the series show Sarah “bein’ free” while climbing a glacier and communing with mama grizzlies. So I assumed that the show was going to be a glorified nature show.
But upon reading some reviews, it sounds like the show veers more into reality television territory than I would have expected. Keep reading »