And we couldn't be more excited!
It could be
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And apparently they've already learned something that they did not know!
Cousin T.J. Jackson, who is co-guardian of Paris and her brothers - Prince and Blanket - is not around much to check on his family members!
We've all seen Simon Cowell's no-nonsense, harsh tongue at work on both the judges panel for American Idol and X Factor, but this is just UGLY. And because of that, we sincerely hope that this not true.
According to a new report in Star Magazine, however, he's apparently told returning judge Demi Lovato that despite her well-documented public breakdown and rehab stint for self-harming and bulimia, she STILL needs to lose 20 pounds before the reality competition begins production next fall, and is demanding that she work off the weight this summer!
Thank goodness! We were beginning to doubt this would ever happen!
But while it may not have seemed as though Amanda Bynes' behavior was any less bizarre this week, sources close to the troubled actress claim that she may be beginning to think clearly… because she has apparently reached out to her understandably concerned parents!
Last we heard from Amanda herself, she had cut both Lynn and Rick Bynes out of her life, but thankfully, in between posting selfies in various states of undress to Twitter, she realized it was time to mend some broken fences!
As insiders explain:
Is it just us, or have we traveled back in time, all the way back to 2004?!
Because it's official, folks: Britney Spears has not looked this SMOKIN' - or happy - since the days of In The Zone!
The pop princess, who usually prefers to keep her clothing casual off the red carpet, was spotted grabbing coffee yesterday afternoon in Thousand Oaks, California looking IMPECCABLY put-together and SERIOUSLY FIT, along with her formerly brunette locks back to the blonde she was RAWKIN earlier in the year!
Most exciting, however, is how relaxed and healthy she appears to be!
The smile says it all!
Ch-ch-check her out (above)!
Damn! We don't know if it's all the excitement of creating new music, getting in shape for her STILL-unnannounced Las Vegas residency, the love and support of her new man David Lucado, or a beautiful combination of all three, but whatever it is, gurl…it is WORKING!
All the best, Brit Brit! Keep moving onward and upward!
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A boy from Indiana who had been abducted in 1994 has been found living in Minnesota after a whopping nineteen years.
Police investigators say that Richard Wayne Landers Jr. was abducted by his paternal grandparents Richard E. and Ruth A. Landers and taken to Minnesota in July 1994 because
The singer has reportedly been approached by the plus-sized winner of America's Next Top Model, Whitney Thompson, to be the spokesperson for her new dating website TheBigandtheBeautiful.com, which is "specifically designed for women with curves!"
The deal would require
Laughter yoga doesn't care if you can bend yourself into ridiculous shapes.
Laughter yoga only wants one thing.
Laughter yoga want you to be happy!
Here's what the founder of the American School of Laughter Yoga had to say:
"You may not lose fat, but you will lose the idea that you're fat. People come because it's the exercise they can do and it makes them feel good. It's the easiest form of yoga. They can't twist, they can't bend, but they can do this."
We disagree — we think pizza yoga is the easiest form. That's where you try to get into downward dog, realize you're breathing incorrectly, give up and order a pizza.
Laughter yoga is close though. It's a blend of yogic deep breathing, stretching, and laughter exercises that cultivate child-like playfulness!
It's not that new, either… it was developed 17 years ago in Mumbai, India. Now it has 600 clubs in 60 countries!
People who practice this believe the body cannot differentiate between pretend and genuine laughter:
"We fake it. We simulate to stimulate. We go through the motions of joy to create the chemistry of joy. The goal is not to work on muscle mass. It is to overcome critical thinking."
Plus, it builds community:
"Laughter is a means to an end. In hatha yoga (the yoga commonly taught in studios and health clubs), the focus is the breath. In laughter yoga, the focus is the "dristi," or gaze, of the other. It builds community. For those who want to teach, it takes a week. Truly, this is not rocket science."
Sounds fun to us!
But… what happens when you do it wrong?
Does it become crying yoga??
Is that kind any good? Ha!
Check out the video (above) for an example!