Call it karma!
Well, coincidentally, the country's internet is down again!
Previously, when their web went down on Monday, they released a statement saying
It feels like every week there's a new product that claims it can help turn back time or freeze it!
Now the secret to stop aging in its tracks is Rodial's Glamoxy Snake Serum. The active ingredient is Syn-Ake, which claims to freeze your muscles just like the venom of a South-East Asian Temple Viper.
President of Rodial, Maria Hatzistefanis explains the products effects saying: "One to two pumps a day will last on the skin for eight hours if applied twice a day, morning and evening under your moisturizer."
Trials have also shown that after 2 pumps a day for 28 days, your wrinkles will be 52% less noticeable.
But the snake serum doesn't come cheap. One 25ml bottle will set you back $200. But for high maintenance celebs like Victoria Beckham, Katie Holmes, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell & Cheryl Cole, who are fans of the product, must think its worth the steep price.
Wonder how long it'll be before someone tries to find the snake, just to make it bite them in the face?
No, Katie. Just NO!
"That would be incredible," says Katie. "It would be fun."
Incredible is not the word we'd use to describe your completely average singing voice.
Elijah chimed in that he would be up for it too and Katie replied, "Let's do it. Elijah and I would like to make a musical."
Katie has a comedy with Kevin Kline and Paul Dano coming up called The Extra Man and a horror film Don't Be Afraid of the Dark alongside Guy Pearce.
Stick to the non-singing roles, Katie. Remember the disaster that was your So You Think You Can Dance performance?
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The actress is determined to always look presentable, even if she's making a quick trip to the grocery store, just in case one of her handful of fans see her.
The actress explains her vanity saying:
"I don’t always go for glamour but even if I am going to the supermarket I couldn’t go out without doing my best. If people recognise you, they like you to look as they would hope. You owe it to people to look nice when you go out. Carys [her six-year-old daughter] always gives me the once-over before I go out. She is totally truthful and if she doesn’t like what I’m wearing she tells me.”
Maybe Catherine's idea will spread to other celebs that prefer going au naturale.
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One big seemingly happy family!
The family even posed with actress Ashley Brown as Mary Poppins.
But judging by her expression, Suri seems unimpressed with the production. Then again, she already saw the show back in New York two years ago. Perhaps Suri is a Broadway snob!
But Tom looks pretty pleased!
We're sure Tom just LOVES musical theater!
[Image via Fran Curry/Disney Theatrical Productions.]
This is a little extreme!
While leaving a Starbucks in Beverly Hills on Wednesday, Katie Holmes bodyguard threatened to spray the paparazzi if they didn't get away from her.
Luckily the guard didn't pull the trigger because if he did, it would have surely affected the innocent crowd of holiday shoppers and children.
We think Tom needs to have a little chat with his wife's security team if he doesn't want to get sued for misuse of a self defense weapon.
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And it's not by Katie Holmes.
The suit claims Tom hired the private investigator to wiretap Sapir's phone in 2001, which was the same time Tom was suing Michael for $100 million when he claimed to have video evidence of the scientologist "engaged in a homosexual relationship."
That lawsuit was settled later in 2001 and both parties said in a statement that there was no tape.
So now, almost 9 years later, Sapir is suing the actor for $5 million, minimum.
Tom's people have yet to comment on the lawsuit, but Bert Fields says "The allegations are absolute garbage. We did not even hire Pellicano to work on the Sapir case."
He sure does make it sound like they hired him on other cases.
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