Only three months after the arrival of their son, Future Zahir, he shared:
And the response to his album, Honest, didn't help his situation either.
Producer Mike Will Made-It even chimed in:
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Singers and animal lovers The Veronicas were thrilled to hear Australian designer Rachel Gilbert's decision to go fur-free, so much so they sent her a a bouquet of flowers.
They also included a card that
Twin sisters Jess and Lisa Origliasso of The Veronicas have designed their own t-shirt as a way of celebrating Australia's Federal Government changing 85 different laws that now include same-sex couples in the "de facto partner" definition.
The musical siblings said the reforms "aren’t just a victory for the gay community, they’re a victory for all Aussies who think we should be free to spend our lives with the person we love, regardless of gender, race, religion, or anything else. We can’t enjoy that freedom unless we have the rights to support it."
Jess and Lisa said they like their shirt, above, because it's "really cute, and Love Always is a great message for everyone."
So true. Equality for all!
Jessica and Lisa Origliasso of The Veronicas are going after Designworks Clothing Company for unpaid merchandise sales.
The singing twins claim in their lawsuit that the clothing company hasn't paid them for sales going as far back as December of 2009.
The Veronicas signed a deal with Designworks in 2007, which gave them an exclusive license to hawk their merch. In return, Designworks would pay Jessica and Lisa 12 per cent of royalties on all wholesale deals within 30 days, which they haven't done.
Now that their contract with the company ended in April, the Origliasso sisters are seeking payment for sales damages, interest and legal costs.
Time to pay up!
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Congrats are in order for the lovely duo known as The Veronicas.
The ladies have signed on to a new deal and partnered up with Estee Lauder's Beauty Bank.
Jess and Lisa will now front the fragrance, Rock-n-Rebel, from the beauty brand FLIRT! Cosmetics.
The two will be acting as "ambassadors" with their images showing up all over the label's website and even offering makeup tips to the ladies online.
The girls will then act as judges during a contest encouraging females to send in photos of their "ultimate rock star style."
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