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The beautiful Dayana Mendoza was seen workin’ her bikini body on the beach in Miami as she modeled swimwear for the 2013 Bra Smyth collection. Previously Kate Upton was the spokesmodel, so we’re guessing Kate raised her rates or the designer wanted to go in a different direction b/c let’s face it, Dayana’s & Kate’s respective bodies are on different planets.
Aside from straight modeling, the 26-year-old Miss Universe winner (2008) was featured on the latest season of Celebrity Apprentice (more info) & judged the 2012 Miss USA Pageant.
So yeah, apparently Kim Kardashian & Scottie Pippen’s wife Larsa are friends, so you’ll see her on upcoming episodes of “Kourtney and Kim Take Miami.” Larsa was formally a member of “Real Housewives of Miami,” but that gig isn’t there anymore for some reason. As per Wikipedia, Larsa is a former model of Assyrian-Lebanese-American heritage and, get this, she’s known for taking part in and contributing to many fundraisers. What a nice life!
The actress just turned 40 on August 30th, so maybe this is her big F-You to all her doubters (us included)? I’m not really hating, but this is a type of shoot you’d expect from an up & coming actress like Vanessa Hudgens, Leighton Meester or Ashley Benson, but Cameron Diaz?!
I gotta admit, at first I was a little surprised she’d put herself up to the scrutiny, but after you look at the shoot, you gotta give major props to the photographer & especially the airbrushing professionals at Esquire. Those guys really deserve some sort of publishing award. Normally Cameron’s face isn’t exactly easy on the eyes & the fact that I can look at these photos without thinking about a brown bag is big compliment to both Cams, as well as the team behind the layout. Whatever the case, I’m happy for her & I really think this shoot will land her another man’s-man-of-a-boyfriend before the end of the year.
As for Cameron’s next project hitting theaters, look for the American/British comedy “Gambit” in theaters on November 21. The film is directed by Michael Hoffman and stars Colin Firth, Cameron Diaz, Alan Rickman and Stanley Tucci. According to it’s Wiki, the flick is a remake of the 1966 film of the same name starring Shirley MacLaine and Michael Caine. Here’s some plot juice:
An art curator decides to seek revenge on his abusive boss by conning him into buying a fake Monet, but his plan requires the help of an eccentric and unpredictable Texas rodeo queen. Source
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Photo Credit: FameFlynet Pictures These were snapped yesterday afternoon as Cara was seen leaving the gym in Studio City.
In our selfless drive to cover what other media outlets may consider beneath them, we bring you yet another Celebrity Curb Watch entry (please note: we use the word “celebrity” very loosely on MoeJackson). Say hello to Cara Santanta. It’s perfectly alright if her name doesn’t ring a bell b/c Cara’s barely a Z-Lister. She’s “Dallas” star Jesse Metcalfe’s latest squeeze–I mean, temporary fiance—so since Jesse Metcalfe is a B/C-Lister himself, we figured Cara deserves Z-List honors at the minimum. That’s how it works, right?
The only reason she caught our eye is b/c she’s another one of those Thumbnail Hotties—you know, chicks that look hot when the photo is sized no larger than 150×200 pixels, but when you click to see the larger version, you don’t know what to think. To tell you the truth, we’re still confused, hence the Hot or Not poll below. I have a feeling Cara probably suffers from facial disproportion issues where either her head is too small or parts of her face, such as lips or eyes, are too large?! We’ve already spent more than than the 3 minutes we allotted ourselves for this post, so we’ll have to end it there. Please review HQ images of Cara before voting…
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Christina Milian was spotted as she headed to BOA Steakhouse her mother’s birthday party last night in West Hollywood. Looks like Christina’s mother got something from Yves Saint Laurent and Yves Saint Laurent got a shameless free plug. As for Christina she continues as the social media correspondant for NBC’s The Voice and of course she supposedly has an album in the works but we’ll believe it when we see it.
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“The Mariah-Nicki diva battle is exactly what Fox executives wanted all along,” says the source, who insists the two singers are in on the joke. “No one’s really worried. They know the parts they’re supposed to play.”[THR]
If Mariah Carey could get past her supposed rivalry with Whitney Houston and go on to befriend the late legend and even record a hit single with her, why can’t she do half as much with the rainbow-haired pop diva that is Nicki Minaj? Stories of the two diva hosts of American Idol getting into angry screaming matches on the FOX lot have been getting a lot of press lately, though many in the know claim that any tension between the two is purely to keep the show in the headlines and get music fans excited about the battle on the judges panel in addition to the singing contest. Some, however, are insisting that the two singers have a genuine disdain for one another and can’t stand to be on set at the same time for more than they absolutely have to.
What say you: is the Nicki-Mariah fight for real? Is it fun to pretend even if it isn’t? Or is this just old fashioned sexism?
Many who wander into the cinemas this weekend will think of Frankenweenie as an attempt by Tim Burton to duplicate the success of the Halloween-Christmas hybrid classic, The Nightmare Before Christmas. Nightmare, alas, has the added benefit of being not only much beloved by audiences, but by a generation of critics that has long hailed it as the crowning masterpiece of Burton’s offbeat cinematic repertoire. Frankenweenie tries, in earnest, and occasionally approximates the brilliance of Burton’s best attempts to marry entertainment with the darker recesses of the human mind, but the overall effect is somewhat muted and jarring.
The story centers on the relationship between a young Victor Frankenstein and his dog Sparky. Sparky is the beloved family pet despite his predilection to love and be loved by all who encounter him on a second by second basis. Sparky ends up getting hit by a car and dies, which understandably devastates Victor. But, since this is Burtonland, death is only the beginning of the journey.
Victor learns from his wacky science teacher Mr. Rzykruski that dead frogs can be reanimated by electric shocks to their system. So what’s a recently devastated dog owner and science-minded young boy to do? Yup, he digs up the corpse of his dead dog and jolts him back to life. Soon, all the kids in class are doing the same thing with their dead pets. It all culminates in a feeding frenzy of zombie-esque animals that makes you glad Tim Burton isn’t God.
The movie works better for teens and older kids than it does for adults. Unlike Nightmare, this movie paints adulthood as the last reservoir of desperation and an autocratic opposition to all things fantastic and imaginative. Adults never get “it”, and kids always do, except when they don’t. And when the man-child we’re really dealing with is Tim Burton, well, then we never know what to make of it.