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Lea Michele is dangerously hot in this number!
We adore the fun and colorful geometric print of her Fausto Puglisi mini, and seeing all that leg action certainly doesn't hurt!
The slinky silver Louboutin heel is a nice match, but we wish her hair were a little more styled. Wearing it down is perf, but it's just not looking too sleek.
But that's ok, because all that bare, bronzed skin is plenty distracting!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Snow Tractor In NY Struck & Killed Pregnant Woman, But Her Baby Was Still Delivered Via C-Section! Read The Harrowing Details HERE!
A privately owned snow tractor was backing up and clearing snow from a grocery store parking lot in Brooklyn on Thursday when it struck a pregnant woman and killed her.
The victim's name was Min Lin, and after the accident,
Why hello there, Goopy!!
Last week, Gwyneth Paltrow and her hubby Chris Martin decided to bring in the New Year with a family vacation and hit up Hawaii with their kiddies Apple and Moses!
Lucky for us, the weather was absolutely perfect for the beach, meaning the actress was able to slip into a bikini and boy did she give us an eyeful!!
Gwyneth proved that at 41-years-old she still has what it takes to turn heads as she showed off her flawless figure in the water! But if you were somehow able to take your eyes off her bangin' body for two seconds, you might notice some of her new ink!!
The smokin' hot momma revealed a teeny tiny tattoo on her hip that looks like a little "C", which we can only assume stand for "Chris Martin!"
That or "crabapple," however, that seems a lot less likely!
Lookin' good, Gwynnie!!
[Image via FameFlynet Pictures.]
Ever heard of brain food? Recent of studies have confirmed it's real and you should be eating it!
The proof? Senior citizens with diets high in omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins B, C, D and E consistently maintain better cognitive function.
The most recent study from the Layton Aging & Alzheimer's Disease Center at Oregon Health & Science University relied on blood samples, as opposed to self-reported food surveys, to determine