What’s better than seksi selfies? Seksi speeches, of course!!
Selena Gomez was an inspirational speaker at We Day California in Oakland on Wednesday. Judging by her outfit, even if her speech sucked (which it didn’t) she’d still be able to completely captivate everyone’s attention!
Why? Because the pop princess showed up in a fire engine red Emporio Armani suit with NO shirt underneath — thereby putting the entire audience on nip slip watch!!
She’s living on the edge, y’all!
But as far as we know, no wardrobe malfunctions ensued. Phew!
And aren’t her black pumps styled with Melinda Maria jewelry the greatest???
Who here knew that Anna Faris was a Raiders fan?? Not us!
If she isn't wearing this shirt ironically or anything, it looks like we're ALL learning something new today! Anna was out in Hollywood, grabbing some Starbucks and repping the Raiders on her t-shirt!
She seems pretty happy a about life right now — and she should be! She's got her brand new showMom hitting the airwaves soon, and her husband Chris Pratt is looking more ripped than ever for his big leading man debut in Guardians of the Galaxy!
Four baby goats were born at the Oakland Zoo. The last time the Oakland Zoo had adorable baby goats born there? Fifteen years ago!
The Mama Goat is named Annie, and she gave birth to four healthy babies, or kids — two males and two females.
Here's what the zoo manager said:
"Like many companion animals, there are plenty of Goats out there that need good homes. Annie was one such Goat, but she was already pregnant when she arrived, so this is a rare opportunity for us to enjoy kids! Annie has been a fantastic mom so far and we are very proud of her."
The baby goats are currently totally healthy, and are totally cute!!!
Check out a video of them playing (above) and see some cute pictures down (below) !!!
California's Marin County at one point had the highest rates of breast cancer, but according to a new study, the Bay Area as a whole now has higher than normal rates.
The research debuted Tuesday by the Public Health Institute's California Breast Cancer Mapping Project in Oakland. And unfortunately, the southern and northern Bay Area divisions were "areas of concern."