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Such an unbelievable shame.
After winning four medals with the U.S. team during the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Shawn Johnson has sadly been forced to announce her retirement only four days before four days before the start of the U.S. gymnastics championships, due to complications from a 2010 ski accident that left her ACL, MCL, meniscus and hamstring ravaged!
As part of her ongoing partnership with Land Rover, VB got to put her own posh touches on 200 limited-edition Range Rover Evoques, which cost a cool $128,800.
To help promote her new designer wheels, Victoria hooked up with famed photographer Nick Knight on a short fashion film and it's a feast for the eyes.
Check out what happens when Posh mixes fuel and fashion in the clip (above)!
No this isn't a picture of boutique, it's a sneak peek of the contents in Victoria Beckham's suitcase!
On Friday the designer shared two full racks of clothes she brought along to China on Facebook:
“Just arrived in Beijing and finished unpacking!! X Victoria”
[Image courtesy of Facebook.]
The Situation would have fit in PERFECTLY in these crowds! Ha!
Today, Apple announced that they won't be selling the iPhone 4S in the Chinese cities of Beijing and Shanghai for the time being due to out-of-control crowds!
The new iPhone was supposed to debut in both cities today, but when a Beijing Apple store announced that the item would be unavailable on the first day of release, the crowds went nuts! People got into "scuffles" with each other, and one shopper hurled EGGS at a store! Wow!
Police were forced to put up yellow tape around the store's shopping plaza, and they pushed screaming shoppers away from the perimeter.
Here's what Apple had to say about their decision to NOT sell the iPhone 4S in Beijing and Shanghai for the moment:
We have a feeling that Christian will NOT agree with this!
Last week while Christian Bale was in China for the premiere of his new movie The Flowers of War, he traveled eight hours from Beijing to meet Chinese human rights activist/lawyer Chen Guangcheng, but he was aggressively turned away by police (above).
Now, Chinese government spokesman Liu Weimin has spoken up about the incident, and he believes that Christian should feel embarrassed