• Scarlett's adopted sister shares the limelight at star ceremony

    Looking utterly thrilled, Scarlett Johansson unveiled her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, saying it proved she'd "made it to the big time." Still only 27, she has brought her own inimitable brand of magic to films such as The Horse Whisperer, Girl with a Pearl Earring, and Lost in Translation. This week, the Hollywood golden girl was more than happy to share the limelight with her adorable little sister Fenan – adopted from Ethiopia two years ago by her mother Melanie Sloan when she was 20 months.  CLICK ON PHOTO FOR FULL GALLERY  "When I was told I was getting this star, I thought to myself,

  • Court on camera: David and Victoria pucker up at the basketball

    Twelve years after they tied the knot, it’s clear David and Victoria Beckham are still very much in love. The happy couple looked like a pair of newlyweds as they shared a public embrace for the LA Lakers KissCam. With some 20,000 people cheering them on, husband and wife locked lips after being singled out by the cameras. CLICK ON PHOTOS FOR GALLERY And despite some initial embarrassment, giggling Victoria happily gave her handsome footballer husband a kiss as they enjoyed a night out together at the basketball. The couple, who were joined by David’s sister Joanne and Victoria’s mother Jackie, had been

  • The Crawford clan: Cindy talks about 'unconditional love' with her mum and daughter

    Three generations of the Crawford family have come together to celebrate motherhood. Supermodel Cindy joined forces with her 10-year-old daughter Kaia and mother Jennifer for the new JCPenny ad campaign entitled ‘Things My Mom Gave Me’. In the short video the trio discuss what they love about each other ahead of Mother's Day in the US.     Showing off the same defined features that made her mum one of the most sought after models of her time, Kaia says: “She’s the best mum in the world. “She’s so nice, and I can actually hang out with her and have fun,” she adds. Cindy,

  • 'Very lacy and very see-through': Heidi Klum spills the beans on Met Gala dress

    Hosted by fashion’s most powerful woman and attended by the crème de la crème of the industry, it is, without exception, the most stylish event of the year. So it’s only right that supermodel Heidi Klum will be gracing this year’s Costume Institute Gala, presided over by Anna Wintour, wearing a custom-made dress. Talking to HollyWood Life, the German-born beauty, who recently split from husband Seal, revealed: “Escada is making a dress for me.   “It’s very very lacy and very very see-through,” she added. The 38-year-old went on to say that this gathering in particular requires you to be on your fashion A-game, explaining:

  • Next Top Modelling Show: Naomi to launch new reality series

    Naomi Campbell is set to make her first foray onto the small screen with a starring role on a modelling show entitled The Face. She will follow in the footsteps of her fellow 'supers' Elle Macpherson and Tyra Banks by mentoring up-and-coming young models on a TV series. The 41-year-old will coach a group of unknown models through assignments including photo shoots, runway shows and commercials.   One girl will eventually be crowned The Face of a ‘major national brand’. In a press release, Naomi said she was excited to "discover the next beautiful face of the modelling world". She added: ”With

  • 'Just use a spoon!': Miranda Kerr reveals her beauty secrets

    “Being a mother I don’t have as much time to spend on my skin,” Miranda Kerr has revealed. So the Victoria's Secret model has to resort to quick fixes as a pick-me-up – one of which includes a kitchen utensil. “You can curl your eyelashes with a spoon if you don’t have an eyelash curler,” she told BellaSugar TV.   The 30-year-old also revealed her other slightly less bizarre beauty routines. “I like to wear rosehip oil at night. It’s full of that many antioxidants and it really works on a cellular level too to rejuvenate the skin. “I put

  • What to do when your children swear

    Children from 1 to 5 years old automatically tend to imitate everything they see and hear around them, and this often includes curse words. When this happens, parents and adults react in different ways: some laugh; some get angry; and others feel ashamed, depending on the place and the circumstances. But what makes children repeat these types of words? Preschoolers between 3 and 5 years old go through a very special developmental stage.   They start being aware of what goes on around them by exploring and socializing with others through language. And even though they will progressively discover the

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