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Love Story actress Ali MacGraw has them.
The former movie actress says that wishes she had agreed to receive alimony from any of her three ex-husbands, including actors Robert Evans and Steve McQueen. Back in the day, it didn't seem to matter as much, but now that the 72-year-old star sadly no longer makes a living, she deeply regrets not being more forthcoming about her future.
In an upcoming issue of Town & Country, Ali explains:
We had a feeling Farrah was going to regret this decision.
Teen Mom's Farrah Abraham made the decision to leave her daughter Sophia with her grandmother while Farrah jetted off to Florida to continue her education.
But now she's having second thoughts and wants Sophia to come live with her. Farrah says:
"It was a very hard choice. The first couple of days [after leaving Sophia], I cried a lot. I miss my daughter a lot."
And it looks like Farrah is getting a plan in motion to get her daughter back. A friend says:
"Farrah is in the process of bringing her to Florida for good. She has been talking to her mom about moving to Florida with Sophia. This way Farrah can still continue with her studies and have her daughter with her, and her mom would be there to give her the extra help she needs."
In fact, even an onlooker caught a glimpse of Farrah playing with Sophia during a visit at Miami’s Jungle Island on Sept. 23:
They looked very happy together. It was nice to see her bonding with her daughter."
We had a feeling Farrah was going to find it extremely difficult to live so far away from her young daughter. We just hope she makes the right decision now - one that makes Sophia happy, most importantly.
With two children and another on the way, Tori Spelling says she loves being a mom.
That's why she regrets getting a boob job when she was younger. She reveals:
"Well I got my boobs done in my early 20's and if I had known it would or could possibly have impacted production of milk I would never had had them done. I love being a mom. I am on my third baby. We want to have more."
Much like getting a tattoo, breast implants can have permanent effects on the body, which can be possibly dangerous - especially, when it comes to breast feeding.
It seems that more and more women today are seeing the damage implants can do and are staying away from the medical procedure.
As for Tori, we're so happy you are enjoying motherhood and still staying fit despite running around after two kids! It's brave of you girl to try for another! LOLz. It seems like you were meant for motherhood, Tori.
[Image via WENN.]
Every celebrity has their fashion regrets and Justin Timberlake is no exception.
In an interview with Playboy, JT recalled his two biggest fashion fails: cornrows and that denim suit.
"God, I feel I’ve gone to therapy just to erase some of them. The cornrows I wore with ’N Sync. That was pretty bad. Britney and I wore matching denim outfits [to the 2001 American Music Awards]. Yeah, another bad choice. I’d probably pay good money to get some of those pictures off the internet."
We have to agree, both of those moments were pretty atrocious.
During the upcoming June issue of O Magazine (above), Oprah speaks on a bunch of emotional subjects, and reminisces about the early years of her show.
Oprah on her show's first years:
"The first few years when the staff was still less than 12 people, I used to hang out with them because we were doing live shows, and we’d be done by 10 a.m. We had four people in four chairs, and that was it. Those were the days where I’d be the one taking the lunch order. I would walk around asking, ‘Okay, is it gonna be Taco Bell today, or are we doing Wendy’s?’ And then we’d go out and party at night."
On nostalgic keepsakes from the show:
"The one thing I’ll take is the statue of Sojourner Truth that Jamie Foxx gave me for my birthday last year…Even in my youth, she was the historical figure I most identified with. Because even though she was born a slave, she was able to speak. She could communicate with people from all different backgrounds. She could speak to the most disenfranchised groups, and she could also speak to Congress. She was invited to the White House by Lincoln. Jamie didn’t know that I’d been reciting her “Ain’t I a Woman?” speech my whole life, or that when I die, I want to go out like a comet in the sky, which is something she said about her own life. But he gave me that statue, and it will come with me when I go."
Oprah on NOT having regrets:
"I don’t regret having talked about my life. The show has been my therapy…I’ve never had a day’s therapy, but I’ve had many days of listening to really excellent therapists, starting with Dr. Phil, who is beyond excellent at what he does."
And Oprah on her final farewell:
"I genuinely feel appreciated and loved by this audience that has grown up with me. Which, for me, is a huge, huge, huge accomplishment. Because I grew up feeling the opposite of that. Feeling a void, as a little girl, feeling that really nobody loved me. So to be surrounded by this, that is what I’m going to feel. And when you see the tears on the last show, that’s what those tears will be about. Those tears will not be about sadness."
So nice of Oprah to share! We're liking what she has to say, and as much as we'll miss her show, we support her and we know she's making the right move for herself.
What do U think about Oprah's comments from her magazine?
[Image via Rob Howard.]