Michael Skupin is ready to talk.
The ex-contestant said in a statement:
The 54-year-old explained that he's turning to religion following his arrest, adding:
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Lauren Conrad consistently delivers a non-stop rocking bod, but she says that as she’s getting older she’s more focused on being healthy rather than obsessing over her physique (although the two go hand in hand).
On her off days she likes to head to the beach to soak up the sun and play in the water.
She’s so stunning in a two-piece!
She is so beautiful!
"I like to wear a shrunken blazer or leather jacket with a formal dress. It updates the entire look, making it a bit different from the standard fare."
"Color is one of the most appealing ways to make an outfit more interesting. If you're reluctant, start with small doses (say, shoes or a bag) and work yourself up to a brightly hued top."
She didn't answer one question we really wanted her to: How are you so adorable?
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This is adorbz!
Lauren Conrad's second "Got Milk?" ad was just released and she looks soooo cute!
Anyone one in the mood for some vitamin D?
Celebrities can finally do something with their autographs other than sign ticket stubs of their fans!
Miley Cyrus, Molly Ringwald, Jerome Bettis, Michael Phelps, Lauren Conrad, and many more celebs are teaming up raise money for breast cancer research. The way it works is that these celebs have agreed to stop signing autographs in black sharpie, and will instead “ink it pink,” and sign autographs with a pink marker. For every pink signature submitted to sharpieuncapped.com Sharpie will donate $1 to City of Hope.
But here’s the best part: You don’t have to be famous to sign an autograph and submit it. For every signature (signed in pink marker) submitted (celebrity or not), $1 will be donated.
Now, what are you waiting for? Go sign some autographs!
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