And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
Brad, apparently, was especially upset about
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If there was ever a doubt about why Tyra Banks was a model, here's your answer!
On Tuesday, Tyra dropped by Katie Couric's show to talk about the "culture of cruelty", but before they got down to business Katie kicked off her shoes to take a picture with the 5'10" smizing glamazon.
Couric posted the HIGHlarious photo on Twitter, telling her followers:
— Katie Couric (@katiecouric) October 16, 2012
We know Tyra had her heels on, so in reality Katie probably comes up to her shoulder, but it still makes for an awesome pic.
[Images courtesy of Katie Couric's Twitter.]
Even when she’s not trying to be funny, she’s HIGHlarious!
The Modern Family actress is so animated as she explains the whole ordeal, and reveals just how many people saw her booty.
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) and make sure UR somewhere LOL-appropriate! Ha!
Since her Emmys gown gave her a lot of trouble on Sunday, she decided to wear something that's less inclined to rip: a $30 one-shoulder teal reptile print dress from her very own Sofia by Sofia Vergara Kmart collection.
Sofia jazzed up her ensemble with a pair of $720 Yves Saint Laurent platform pumps.
OK so the look isn't a complete steal, but the dress definitely is!
[Image via Hall/Pena/Pacific Coast News.]
A pajama wearing Kim Kardashian is on the front of Glamour's February issue doing her signature mouth half open, hand on her boob pose.
The aspiring pop star was interviewed by Katie Couric, who asked some really pressing questions.
Here are some HIGHlights:
"I’d be foolish not to take some of these opportunities that are coming my way. We all know this can go away at any moment."
"It’s easier to just be single and not have a relationship. How do you get to know someone on a reality show? Some people think that they can handle it, and then they really can’t."
On being a sex symbol:
"It’s definitely powerful. I don’t find myself as sexy as everyone thinks. I’m a lot more insecure than people would assume, but with little stupid things. When I get dressed, I’m always so indecisive."
On women being comfortable with their body:
"It’s a process. You have to learn to accept it. You have to learn to like what you see in the mirror. There are definitely times when I don’t feel like myself, but you have to fake it until you make it."
As for her photo shoot, we can't help but think something's a little off in both pictures.
What do U think???
[Images courtesy of Terry Tsiolis / Glamour.]
Looks like someone's been reading Interview Magazine!
Katie basically asked Shakira the same questions the songstress is always asked, and Shakira answered following suit. Take, for instance, this exchange:
KC: You are about empowering women, yet your songs and performance are very sensual. How do you combine those?
Shakira: I’ll answer with the famous Spinal Tap quote, “What’s wrong with being sexy?” Sexy is good as long as it’s not the main recipe. It’s an ingredient. I would not appear in a leotard in a video if I [did] not have other dimensions.
KC: Do you worry ever that being provocative and sexy might make people think you don’t have a lot to say?
Shakira: I don’t. I know what I stand for. I’m more worried now about being true to myself. This time around, I wanted to show my legs. One day I looked at them, [and] I said, “Hey, they’re not bad! Kind of short, but they take me places.” So I did it. And that’s a message to other women…. Live your life to the fullest.
We did, however, appreciate her focus on Shakira's charity:
KC: You have focused on eradicating poverty and promoting education for kids. Tell me about your work.
Shakira: [When I was 18] I established the Barefoot Foundation in Colombia. Since then, we’ve been focusing on providing high-quality education for kids. The parents receive psychological support and occupational training. I’ve seen over the years that education transforms the lives of not only the kids but also families and entire communities…. [I also cofounded the group] ALAS, which puts early childhood development initiatives on the agenda of every Latin American leader.
Still, with Katie Couric asking the questions, you'd hope the dialogue would be a little more original!
To read the full interview, pick up the January issue of Glamour, on newsstands December 8th.
[Image courtesy of Glamour.]