Don't tell Drew Barrymore to put another shrimp on the barbie!
In an article for Glamour magazine posted on Wednesday, the 40-year-old dished on what her body looked like after giving birth to her beautiful two daughters — Olive, 2, and Frankie, 11 months — and she's feeling a bit like a marsupial!
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The Miss You Already star talked about her struggle:
"After making two babies, holy cow, does your body do some crazy stuff! It's hard to stay positive and love yourself. You feel like a kangaroo with a giant pouch; everything's saggy and weird."
Bobbi Kristina's situation hasn't changed, but that doesn't mean her family is losing hope.
While some of the 22-year-old's brood have been outspoken about her circumstances, Whitney Houston's mother is finally speaking out about Krissi's condition.
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Cissy publicly thanked all of BK's supporters at WBLS FM 107.5 in New York and opened up about her grandaughter's condition, saying:
Kris after Dentist!
It's been a while since videos of people being loopy after visiting the dentist were big, but it seems as though Kylie Jenner is trying to bring them back!
That's because after Kris Jenner had an appointment, she couldn't stop smiling and couldn't feel anything in her face.
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Naturally, Kylie took the opportunity to document the hilarity on her Instagram page, captioning the video:
"lmfao post dentist. she can't feel anything I'm dying 😂"
We're right there with ya, Kylie!
Ch-ch-check out the loving mother-daughter moment (below)!!!
We're so proud of all the brave celebs who've shared their experiences with cancer!
In light of Angelina Jolie's revelation that she had her ovaries removed after a cancer scare, Kelly Osbourne decided to share that she too has the cancer gene, just like the award-winning actress.
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The TV personality revealed:
"I actually do have the cancer gene. My mom made all of us get tested after she found out that she had it and got her double mastectomy."
If y'all don't remember, Kelly's momma, Sharon Osbourne, survived colon cancer (which had spread to her lymph nodes) back in 2002 against a 33% survival rate prognosis. Obviously, the subject of cancer is a sensitive topic for Kelly.
Listen to what the 27-year-old had to say about her plans for treatment (below)!
Wow, we had no idea one of our favorite performers of all time was going through so much.
We reported earlier how Celine Dion was set to return to her Las Vegas residency in August after taking a hiatus in order to take care of her husband Rene Angelil who is currently battling throat cancer.
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Now, in an interview with ABC News' Deborah Roberts, Celine opened up about her husband's condition, and things got pretty emotional:
We didn't think things could get any worse for her family…
Just a week after releasing his Pray For BK music video, Bobbi Kristina's cousin Jerod Brown has been arrested in Georgia.
The 27-year-old was pulled over on Monday after police officers claimed they could smell marijuana coming from his moving car.
After Jerod was stopped, he allegedly proceeded to give the cops a fake name and birth date, but once he told the truth, it became clear that there was an outstanding warrant out for his arrest.
Angelina Jolie is an incredibly strong woman.
Just two years after Angelina underwent a preventive double mastectomy, the actress recently had her ovaries removed to avoid the possibility of ovarian cancer.
Sadly, ovarian cancer is what killed the humanitarian's mother, Marcheline Bertrand, in 2007. At the time of Marcheline's death, she was 49 — just ten years older than Angie is now.
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Jolie made the difficult decision, which will set her into early menopause, after a blood test detected what could have been the early markers of cancer.
The momma wrote in an op-ed for The New York Times: