There's so much back-and-forth in this controversial case.
In fact, some think the cops might be flat-out lying
[Image via Pacific Coast News Online.]
So is there really anyone better to grace the cover of Natural Health magazine? Of course not!!
The gorgeous Divergent actress keeps things pretty simple for the cover, rocking her signature pixie cut and showing off her beautiful brown eyes. But on the inside, she shares some more info on her alternative lifestyle, and she says the real trick is listening to your body:
Shailene Woodley’s relationship with fashion is very one-sided.
She doesn’t care about fashion one bit, but all fashion wants to do is eat her up and swallow her whole!! You know…in a loving, non-threatening way.
The Divergent actress recently said the following in an interview:
Usually when we say "let's meander around town and make some water," we're talking to Teddy right before a walk!!!
They're driving around Death Valley in a sweet new Mercedes B-Class and using the car's F-cell to LITERALLY create!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing video (above)!
We know what you're thinking - why didn't JJ just fill their Nalgene bottles with the cool, refreshing liquid from Dawson's Creek? LOLz!
It's because they were trying to make an environmental point!!
Hooray for celebz who inspire us to make the world better!
Are the beats on Katy Perry's new album Prism so siiiiick that they'll be a hazard to your health??
If you live in Australia, maybe!
Oh, and it has nothing to do with the music, and everything to do with
Ian Somerhalder is one seriously AH-mazing guy.
He's smart, sexy, funny, talented and cares a whole hell of a lot!
He cares so much, he started his own foundation: The Ian Somerhalder Foundation!
The IS Foundation "aims to empower, educate and collaborate with people and projects to positively impact the planet and its creatures."
He's all about conservation, green energy, education/awareness, animals and all sorts of other good causes!
He recently spoke about his foundation to Icon magazine's 2013 men's issue, saying: