Denise Richards must be into some crazy voodoo magic or something!
Her body is perfect! Like, impossibly perfect. Especially for 41.
She was recently spotted hanging out at the SVEDKA Colada Beach House.
That's right, Denise Richards wants to take you out… for lunch!
The beautiful actress is inviting one lucky fan to lunch in support of the Kidney Cancer Association! She recently teamed up with ShoeDazzle to create a pink pump in honor of her mom, who passed away from kidney cancer — and 100% of the profits will be donated to the KCA!
In addition to all of that, a fan gets to have lunch with her, and four runners-up get iPod shuffles. All they have to do is make a video explaining why they want it and join the cause!
"Fashion has always been a passion of mine and I especially love shoes. What woman doesn't love a feminine, yet sexy pump in her collection? Teaming up with ShoeDazzle to help a charity I admire and a cause that is particularly dear to me because of my mother provided an amazing opportunity to combine my passions. I decided to name the shoe after my baby Eloise because she has been such a blessing in my life.
How fab! Who wouldn't want to do lunch with her?? We bet it'd be so interesting!
Plus it's for a great cause, so why not try your luck??
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Denise Richards may not have been the most appropriate role model for young girls when she first began her Hollywood career, but the actress is working hard to make sure she's a role model for her daughters now!
In an article she posted on iVillage, Denise admits to feeling hypocritical when trying to teach her daughters to develop a healthy body image, considering she got breast implants at just 19. The 40-year-old, however, feels more confident in her own skin than she did in her 20s and wants her children to discover that confidence sooner, rather than later, explaining:
After several botched boob jobs, Denise Richards is opening up about what she went through when she got her first breast augmentation at age 19.
Denise says that she rushed to get her boobs done after her roommate recommended the procedure to her. Because she didn't research her doctor, she ended up with a size too big and was extremely unhappy. Denise says:
"When I was 19, a doctor put in bigger implants than what I'd asked for. I was in such a hurry to get them that I didn't research my doctor."
When asked why she didn't sue, she explains:
"I felt very vulnerable. I was getting ready to film Wild Things and I didn't want to get into a lawsuit with some plastic surgeon.
It wasn't right what the doctor did, but it is what it is. This is the size I wanted them to look at 19. There is a long investment with breast implants.They are not going to last a lifetime and things can go wrong. I'm happy with them now, but that could change."
So glad you could open and share your experience, Denise. Hopefully, other women will learn to research their plastic surgeons before going under the knife. Even though it's a common procedure, it's still a serious one. It might be wise to think twice before altering your body in such an extreme manner.
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Having a parent who struggles with addiction is extremely hard. That's why Denise Richards makes sure to teach her daughters about addiction so that they can understand their dad Charlie Sheen's behavior.
The actress says she's currently in "a good place" with her ex-husband however, with his recent stunts in the media have left her no choice but to "have a conversation with [her children] about addiction."
"I got a book to read to them. I was just lying to them about so much, and covering up things and totally lying. It was just getting too confusing that I had to sit down with them.
It's too early [for them to understand]. I told them enough for them to make sense of things that were going on."
Denise says she also worries about him, but knows he can pull through. She adds:
"He's the father of our children… [But] he's also a survivor. If anyone can pull themselves together, it's Charlie."
Bravo to Denise for being honest with her kids about their father. The more they know about drugs and alcohol addiction, the more likely they will avoid it. Hopefully.
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Denise Richards spent the day with her two daughters, Lola Rose Sheen and Sam Sheen, at a celebrity picnic in El Lay on Sunday benefiting The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
What a surprise, no Charlie Sheen! We guess he was too busy doing…whatever it is Charlie Sheen is doing now. LOLz!
The girls spent the day bonding over arts and crafts at the Time For Heroes picnic sponsored by Disney and of course, enjoying the delicious picnic food!
Other celebs at the family oriented charity event included Ashley Tisdale, Olivia Munn, and Christina Milian.
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