Olivia Culpo, we are jealous of YOU!
Also, those dance moves. Can we talk dance moves?! OMG.
Ch-ch-check out the hawt music video (above)!!
Well, it's allllllll gone now because the actor has shaved his head!
The Beouf was seen grabbing a coffee just before taking in a workout sesh in Hollywood on Tuesday.
He, of course, was totally casual with his black jeans, blue t-shirt and backpack.
His new shaven look definitely gives him a mature exterior, dontcha think??
He's still scruffy though! And still hot!
[Image via LA Taylor/AKM-GSI Media.]
If you were one of the millions who went to see The Help, you've seen Jessica Chastain. She played the ditzy yet lovable social outcast, Celia Foote.
But pretending to fry her husband chicken isn't the only thing Jessica's been working on. She's also done The Tree of Life, The Debt, and Take Shelter.
Her next big project, The Wettest Country in the World, is slated for a December release. In this film, she co-stars with Tom Hardy, Shia LaBeouf, Gary Oldman, Guy Pearce, and Mia Wasikowska.
So, yeah, you could definitely call her an up-and-coming film star. And even a style icon! Vogue recently named her one of their style crushes. Of course, she giggled when she heard that, because she grew up reading the mag.
And ASOS has taken note too. They recently sat down with her after she did a beautiful spread for the magazine (peruse below), and asked her some interesting questions.
On filming The Help with Emma Stone and what body weight had to do with style on set:
At Thursday's press conference, the British model stole the spotlight in a Dolce & Gabbana lace and floral applique dress from the ever so popular S/S 2011 collection.
The nice thing about Rosie is she knows how to wear the clothes because she's a model. We're not sure the average actress could pull this off without looking stumpy or drowning in fabric.
[Image via Getty Images.]
Shia LaBeouf isn’t staying single for long.
The 24-year-old was spotted this weekend walking hand-in-hand with 22-year-old stylist Karolyn Pho. The two grabbed some lunch on Saturday at Sweet Butter Cafe in El Lay.
Karolyn An insider simply reveals, "Her name is Karolyn Pho. She's a stylist."
And it’s not the first time they’ve been spotted together.
Shia and Pho were seen out having lunch together this past December.
But the question remains, is this new lady friend a keeper? Or just a “friend” for the time being?
[Image via WENN.]
Carey Mulligan is starting off 2011 pretty well — as the cover girl for Elle’s January issue.
The hottie, photographed by David Slijper, looks flawless as ever on the cover shot.
As for the interview, check out some of the HIGHlights below:
On being told to get Botox while in Los Angeles:
“I said, ‘I have some lines here under my eye and they’re annoying, what can you do?’ He looked at my face and said, ‘We’ll just drop some Botox in here and here…’.
“I said, ‘What the —-? I’m only 25, are you joking?’ So I can’t move my face? Isn’t that, well, the antithesis of what I’m trying to do as an actress? Only in LA would someone try and give you Botox when you’re 25 years old.”
On not feeling sexy:
“I’ve never felt like a sexy person. I’ve always felt like a sensible person. I’ve always felt absurd wearing anything revealing.”
On her short hair:
“I hate my hair. After An Education, I had a small part in Michael Mann’s film Public Enemies and he wanted me to dye it white blonde, and it wrecked my hair. Literally, ruined it. It was falling apart, fried. So I had to cut it off. I cried.”
On her body image:
“I'm not trying to sell myself as a visual. I'm selling my willingness to play a part really well. If your body doesn't look normal, how can you convey normal people, how can you be relatable?”
On her ex Shia LaBeouf:
“I always wanted to work with him, above and beyond anything else, because I thought he was so amazing in A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints."
Definitely no need for Botox. Carey looks faboosh as is!
And Mulligan did not disappoint.
Carey showed up on the red carpet to promote Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps with her beau Shia LaBeouf.
The cutie decided to wear a Prada dress with an interesting print on it. For another occasion, we'd admit she looks great. But Carey, this is Cannes, where's the glamor?
The Prada Print Collection is nice and all, but she could have put a bit more effort into it.
What do U think of her casual look?
[Image via AP Images.]
Looking like a younger Mia Farrow and posing like Twiggy, British actress Carey Mulligan is looking retro fabulous in the April/May issue of Wonderland.
In the mag, the 24 year old dishes on her love life, the future of her career and her fashion choices.
Here are some highlights, from the interview:
On working with boyfriend Shia LaBeouf in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps:
"The first time we read together we were so nervous. It was just me and Michael [Douglas] and Shia, and neither Shia or I looked up. You never know how these things are going to work. I’d wanted to work with Shia since A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints. He’s amazing. He was so incredible in that film, and we ended up working together well."
On what comes next:
"I actually don’t have a job. It’s been hard to make decisions whilst all this is going on because you don’t want to jump into something. I wake up in the morning and spend half an hour trying to figure out what I want for breakfast. I’ve been on so many airplanes! So I need to stop on Monday, take a week off, and then refocus. Two weeks ago I thought I never wanted to be in a movie again!"
On taking a break from Hollywood:
"I did The View, then a photo shoot, and took two red eyes in two days, and went to a critics’ award show, and at some point in the evening my agent came up to me and was asking for the only half hour I had in the next two weeks. And I was home, so I wanted to see my friends and I was like, ‘Don’t take the five seconds left that I have. I just don’t want to be in a movie! I don’t want to have the responsibility of being a big actress, I don’t want to be on a poster'."
On being more than just a fashion icon:
"I was at a press conference and Woody Harrelson was answering questions in front of me and they were asking him what his motivation was, and how he felt about his character. I got up there, and they said, ‘What are you wearing?’ And I thought, ‘There was a time when I was an actress. Not just someone who wore dresses.’ I don’t really care that much about fashion, I just have a brilliant stylist who dresses me, and in my own life, I’m pretty simple. So that side of things has been wearing. But then I slept for 15 hours after the Baftas and felt slightly more normal again. I don’t want to become annoying. I don’t want people to think, ‘Oh, her again.’ I want to play supporting characters more often than lead roles, and I think that’s where the most interesting parts lie."
Sounds like she's having a hard time coping with fame.
Better get use to it Carey because it looks like you have a bright future in Hollywood ahead of you!
[Images courtesy of Wonderland.]