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People Magazine's 'World's Most Beautiful' Covers Through The Years!

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All hail Queen Sandra Bullock!

On Wednesday, the 50-year-old was crowned by People magazine as the "World's Most Beautiful Woman" of 2015, and we couldn't think of anyone more deserving of this title!

Not only is Sandy beautiful, she also has a great heart and a down-to-earth personality!

However, The Blind Side star isn't the only starlet to be given the prestigious honor.

Past winners include Gwyneth Paltrow, Lupita Nyong'o, and Julia Roberts!

Want to see which other goddesses have graced the coveted cover?!

If so…

CLICK HERE for the gallery, "People Magazine's 'World's Most Beautiful' Covers Through The Years!"

CLICK HERE for the gallery, "People Magazine's 'World's Most Beautiful' Covers Through The Years!"

CLICK HERE for the gallery, "People Magazine's 'World's Most Beautiful' Covers Through The Years!"

CLICK HERE for the gallery, "People Magazine's 'World's Most Beautiful' Covers Through The Years!"

CLICK HERE for the gallery, "People Magazine's 'World's Most Beautiful' Covers Through The Years!"

[Image via People.]

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Fired Univision Star Rodner Figueroa Apologizes To Michelle Obama For Racist Remarks… But Is It Enough?

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After making racist remarks about the First Lady, one fired television personality is owning up to his awful comments… kind of.

[ Related: Kathy Griffin Exits Fashion Police ]

That's right, ex-Univision star Rodner Figueroa was on the program El Gordo y La Flaca when he said that Michelle Obama looked like a "cast member of Planet of the Apes."

Just disgusting. SRSLY! What century are we living in?!

However, Rodney has since released an apology in wich he claims that he's not a racist. Here's an excerpt of his statement that was personally addressed to Michelle:

I want to clarify that I am not racist in any way, my comment was not directed towards you, but towards the characterization of the artist, who left much to be desired. The entire video clip in context proves it.

I feel embarrassed, I apologize, because there is no excuse for a professional like me to make these type of comments that can be interpreted as offensive and racist in such volatile times in our country. I take responsibility for this lack of judgment on my part, but I cannot accept being called a racist by anyone and be dismissed as such, and publicly humiliated by Univision after 17 years in this business.

Read his full remarks in Spanish for yourself (below)!!!

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James Corden Shows Off His Full Moon In Preparation For His Big Late Late Show Debut! Buns & British Nerves Of Steel!

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James Corden isn't afraid to show off his ASSets!

In the latest issue of GQ magazine, the soon-to-be-host of The Late Late Show is exposing what his momma gave him!

[ Related: One Direction Helps James Corden On The Late Late Show! ]

The funnyman may be taking over for Craig Ferguson on March 23, but does this mean that the Into The Woods star is going to abandon his British roots and start adopting an El Lay mentality?!

Absolutely not!

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Justin Bieber Is Shirtless (Yet Again) On The Cover Of Men's Health!

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Well, we certainly hope this will be a topic covered in his upcoming roast!

The perpetually shirtless, and frequently captured in black-and-white, Justin Bieber decided to forego a top once again on the cover of Men's Health's April Issue.

[ Related: Justin Bieber Parties With A Hot Model For His 21st Birthday ]

This is entitled "The Reinvention Issue," but seeing as how history has repeated itself in his shirtless status, we're not sure how much of Justin has been reinvented.

Perhaps someone should tell him about the invention of the t-shirt? That might be a start!

While we love his abs and bod, we think he should try something new, no?

[Image via Men's Health.]

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Anna Kendrick's Dating Advice Is Something EVERYONE Should Live By!

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These are actually some wise words to live by — dating-wise at least!

Anna Kendrick may have a number of hilarious zingers on Twitter, but when it comes to dating, girlfriend does NOT play around!

[ Related: Anna Reveals Her Rules Of Twitter! ]

In February's issue of Oprah's O magazine, the Into the Woods actress drops the best dating advice EVER.

She simply said:

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Chris Pratt Is A Smoking Hot Gentleman On The Cover Of Esquire To Explain How He Almost Missed Out On Guardians Of The Galaxy!

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Chris Pratt is quickly becoming one of the biggest movie stars on the planet.

As the lead of the two biggest surprise smashes of the year, The LEGO Movie and Guardians Of The Galaxy, it probably seems like Chris was suddenly chosen for stardom.

But he wants you to know it's not like he didn't work for it! He says:

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Middle Aged Excessive Boozers May Be Doubling Their Risk Of Future Memory Loss!

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too much drinking too late in life can lead to too much memory loss

Oh boy.

Winos and beerocrats better watch out! Especially the middle aged ones!

A new study published in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry found that excess drinking of alcohol in one's middle aged period may lead to memory loss as they get older. In fact… it doubles the risk, according to the new study.

6,542 American participants, who were asked about their previous drinking ways, were tracked over a period of eight years in the study. The questions asked of them were:

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