A video has been making rounds on social media for all the right reasons: it wants to show ladies that they are beautiful even without all the makeups and Photoshopping of their photos so they would look lovelier.
So the story goes about singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat being tired of being Photoshopped so she would look more beautiful. The Grammy Award-winning star released the song “Try”. You might think it is just another new song but its music video carries a very poignant message to the women of today: that everyone is beautiful, no matter how she looks like.
The romance between Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez has been going on and off for quite some time now that it was hard to tell whether the two would ever really go back to having their old relationship back or whether they would split for good.
The stars are, no doubt, still friends because they still follow each other on social media, sometimes even posting photos or messages aimed at one another. Last week, though, Selena unfollowed Justin on Instagram.
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Just weeks after her marriage with Nick Cannon went down the drain, singer Mariah Carey is once again headlining entertainment news sites for her alleged difficulty hitting and sustaining notes during a concert in Tokyo last October 6.
The singer, 44, kicked off her Elusive Chanteuse World Tour in Japan, but many of those who attended were disappointed over the not-so-great performance.
Hugh Jackman was certainly not the man who started the #FeelingNuts movement but his participation has increased the number of those who participated in the campaign. What’s it all about, anyway?
The #FeelingNuts campaign aims to go viral on Twitter, in the same way that the now hushed down Ice Bucket Challenge had been. Instead of campaigning for ALS, the #FeelingNuts movement aims to raise awareness about testicular cancer.
Many Hollywood stars expressed dismay over the massive hacking of iCloud accounts, which released thousands of nude star photographs for the public to see.
These stars have enjoyed personal moments with their partners, perhaps photographing the scene for added excitement or just to have fun. Most of them deleted the photos immediately but it seems that iCloud stored those for them, pictures that were later stolen by hackers and released on the web.