Hollywood’s hottest couple: Olivia Wilde and fiancé Jason Sudeikis
All celebs seem to go to Maui on romantic getaways, but they can never hide for long from the snapping paparazzi. They were recently spotted having a ball in the warm waters of this island paradise as they seemed more in love than ever. The couple recently got engaged, and we can’t wait for those soon-to-be stolen wedding snaps…
Cannes 2013 comes to an end
The Zulu film premiere and the closing ceremony of the glorious 66th Cannes Film Festival brought with it an array of fabulously dressed celebs. What was the main outfit that had people talking, you ask? Definitely the outfit worn by model Laetitia Casta. She showed up in a feathered creation by Christian Dior. What do you think of this look?
Here is the full list of winners:
Palme d’Or (Best Film)
La Vie d’Adele – Chapitre 1 & 2 (Blue is the Warmest Colour) by Abdellatif Kechiche (France)
Grand Prix (Runner-up)
Inside Llewyn Davis by Ethan and Joel Coen (US)
Jury Prize (Third Prize)
Soshite Chichi Ni Naru (Like Father, Like Son) by Kore-Eda Hirokazu (Japan)
Camera d’Or (Debut Film)
Ilo Ilo by Anthony Chen (Singapore)
Heli by Amat Escalante (Mexico)
Tian Zhu Ding (A Touch of Sin) by Jia Zhangke (China)
Bérénice Bejo in Le Passé (The Past) (France)
Bruce Dern in Nebraska (US)
Safe by Moon Byoung-Gon (South Korea)
Chris Brown possibly headed to jail
‘What goes around comes back around’ is a lyric from one of Rihanna’s songs, and it pretty much applies to Chris Brown, as he might be headed to jail soon. He is currently on probation for a domestic abuse against his girlfriend RiRi. After rear-ending a driver earlier this week, he failed to give his correct insurance info and refused to show his driver’s licence. This minor incident might just send him to jail for a while if it comes to light that he actually was in violation of his probation.
Lose the Lads’ Mags campaign
Activist groups UK Feminista and Object recently hired 11 lawyers to fight nudie mags. They wrote a brief letter to the Guardian in the UK, explaining why they feel so called lads’ mags might violate the Equality Act of 2010. This is what they said:
The Lose the Lads’ Mags campaign by UK Feminista and Object is calling on high-street retailers to immediately withdraw so-called lads’ mags and papers featuring pornographic front covers from their stores. Each one of these stores is a workplace. Displaying these publications in workplaces, and/or requiring staff to handle them in the course of their jobs, may amount to sex discrimination and sexual harassment contrary to the Equality Act 2010. Similarly, exposing customers to these publications in the process of displaying them is capable of giving rise to breaches of the Equality Act.
High-street retailers are exposing staff and, in some cases, customers to publications whose handling and display may breach equality legislation. Displaying these mags and pornographic papers in ‘mainstream’ stores results in the involuntary exposure of staff and, in some cases, customers to pornographic images.
Do you think they will be successful?
A scary new trend: double jaw surgery
We are constantly being made aware of South Korea’s dangerous obsession with plastic surgery as everyone seems to be getting eye, calf and chin surgery before breakfast. A new surgical procedure has been introduced, which has nothing to do with cosmetics. Double jaw surgery is a measure to improve the lives of those who have problems chewing or have an excessive over- or under-bite. But now, people are flocking to surgeons to get this procedure in order to get a slimmer jawline. For many, a V-shaped jaw and chin is the quintessential sign of beauty and femininity. All hail the clones!