Step aside, Orlando Bloom!
Orly may have shown his peen on a paddle board, but Katy Perry is attempting to upstage him with her butt on a bike!
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This is the kind of lovers' competition we like to see!
On Wednesday, K.P. posted a very "cheeky" shot of her backside while cycling through the French countryside and wrote:
"I know it's a little cheeky, butt… Cycling in The ile de re, France 🇫🇷"
We're loving her semi-sheer floral undies and pretty floral dress as well. Although we doubt many people noticed her outfit!
Live your best life, Katy!
[Image via Instagram.]
This is still such tragic news.
It's been four days since legendary BMX rider Dave Mirra committed suicide inside of his truck in Greenville, North Carolina, and we're still learning new details about what led to his untimely death.
While we've already heard from his family and former competitors, Dave's friends are the most recent people associated with the 41-year-old to speak out about his passing.
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While some doctors have linked Dave's mental state to the concussion-related degenerative brain disease CTE, which affects professional athletes after they retire, the 14-time X Games gold medalist's friends say his alleged depression was actually due to a
We cannot even begin to imagine what they're going through right now.
As we previously reported, legendary BMX biker Dave Mirra was found dead from an apparent suicide on Thursday, and his family is still reeling from the shock.
While the athlete's friends and competitors have already offered their respects, Dave's wife Lauren Blackwell Mirra has now broken her silence following his untimely death.
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In a statement through Dave's agent Steve Astephen, Lauren and her family honored the father-of-two on Friday while thanking fans for their support, saying:
Cheers to good health all around!
Khloé Kardashian is a woman on a mission after having not been in a gym for nearly two months — and the reality TV star says she's bound and determined to get back on track with her exercise regimen!
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The bombshell and occasional TV host was spotted over the weekend hitting SoulCycle in El Lay (above), the start of what she assured her fans would be a long road back to that amazing bod we've all drooled over in the recent past!
In posts on Instagram over the weekend, the KUWTK hottie revealed her personal life had cut into her workout plan, posting (below):
The seventh season of The Real Housewives of New York City was one of its most dramatic in a while — which is mostly due to the return of fan favorite Bethenny Frankel!
After the 44-year-old took a 3-year hiatus from the reality show to focus on her business endeavors, she admitted how AH-mazing it was to come back!
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Speaking at the Skinnygirl Cocktails & Cycling event in NYC on Tuesday, she said:
"I'm really glad I came back. It was great. It was eerily great. I appreciated being myself, being honest and commenting on the things I think are ridiculous. [Having that] be my job is pretty awesome."
If we love anything about the reality star, it's her blunt commentary on everything!
Frankel said it was the excitement of her fans that took the pressure off of returning to the show, adding:
Talk about doing your homework!
We've all heard about extremes that actors go to in order to portray a certain character. Christian Bale lost a SCARY amount of weight to play an insomniac in The Machinist, and stars like Jake Gyllenhaal are constantly getting ripped for various roles that require them to bulk up — but Ben Foster took it a step further this time!
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The 34-year-old actor is playing Lance Armstrong in The Program, Stephen Frears' upcoming biopic about the disgraced cyclist.
While speaking a bit about the movie and discussing the research he did in order to play Armstrong, Foster admitted that he took performance-enhancing drugs to better understand the whole experience. He explained: