“#LittleMixStudioTip When hitting the studio appropriate headwear is a must. Not sure Leigh got the memo. Mixers HQ x ,” they captioned a cute photo collage. Check it out below!
Chloe Moretz is surrounded by a sea of blue while dressed in her camouflage army outfit while filming a scene for The 5th Wave on Tuesday (November 25) in Atlanta, Ga.
The 17-year-old actress was joined on set by her co-star Nick Robinson, who was also pictured in an army outfit.
The 5th Wave is based on a popular young adult novel and follows 16-year-old Cassie Sullivan as she tries to survive in a world devastated by the waves of an alien invasion that has already decimated the population and knocked mankind back to the Stone Age.
Holland Roden is a denim beauty while doing some retail therapy at Revolve on Monday (November 24) at The Grove in Los Angeles.
The 28-year-old Teen Wolf actress recently revealed her must-have items when she’s traveling via plane.
“Jack Black Lip Balm in the tube and Burt’s Bees Pomegranate Lip Balm. They don’t put your lips in severe pain when they’re parched. I think we’ve de-evolutionized our lips with lip balm,” Holland told Allure. “I always have to have gum, usually a pair of sunglasses—because everyone looks lovely getting off a flight. And Deweyes [now called Eyes by ToGoSpa] is the best brand I’ve found for undereye gels. I’ve been using them at work for years.”
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That’s right – Frozen‘s Kristoff, Elsa, and Anna – spent the day at Disney together!
“When they announced that I got Kristoff, all these people put mash-ups together of me from Greek and the character of Kristoff next to each other,” Scott recently told Glamour. “The hair is the same, but the color was different. So I think everyone thought I was going to have this long, flowing hair, but when I got the role I had short hair. So they were like, ‘We’ll put a wig on you, I guess.’ The wig looked terrible. It looked like I was going to be at Disney World, waving to fans, you know? It was bad. So they dyed my hair. We’ve been growing it out and dyeing it, growing it out and dyeing it, since July.”
He added, “I get so much mixed reactions from people. My agents were like, ‘We love it! You look fantastic.’ And then my close friends are like, ‘Ehh…you should go back to your normal hair color.’ So, I don’t know. We’ll see what happens.”
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- Eva Mendes breaks her silence after giving birth to Ryan Gosling‘s baby – Just Jared
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- Miley Cyrus danced topless at her birthday party – MTV News
- Get a sneak peek at tonight’s all-new Supernatural – TVLine
The 18-year-old actress opened up to the mag about her dog Velvet, her role on Austin & Ally, and more. Check it:
On playing Ally: The moment I learned I was down for the role of Ally, I was like: She’s ridiculously like me. Other than the stage fright she suffered from, which I never had, we are so alike. At the time, all I had seen was the breakdown of who she was. Then I read the script and saw that she was so like me. As the show has progressed, it’s gotten even more so.
On her dog: Her name is Velvet. She is a Keeshond. Keeshonds are kind of like a Siberian husky, a Chow Chow, and a German Shepherd all in one. She is so adorable and so insane all at the same time. She is actually very loud. She definitely talks. My favorite—and yet not favorite—thing about her is that when I play piano, when I am practicing, she always, always, always sings with me. Which you’d think is adorable—and sometimes it is. But really, she is very loud.
On the future: I see a few things. I won’t be able to do them all at the same time, but I will do them. Number one: I will continue my acting career. I can’t imagine my life without it. Number two: I will go to school. Both my parents are teachers, so it’s important to me. I just graduated from high school this year. My sister was home schooled—and she is the most intelligent, responsible, amazing person I know—but I knew for me I needed to go to regular school. And I know I want to get a degree. Even if I’m 37 years old when it happens. Number three: I want to continue to do as much charity work as possible. We are all very connected on a global level and by getting involved you feel a lot more fulfilled. And number four: I want to write songs and have a music career. I’ve wanted this forever, since I was a little girl.
For more on Laura, visit ModernDayMagazine.com.
Teen Beach Movie 2 picks up right where the original left off and surfer sweethearts McKenzie and Brady have returned from a summer adventure that transported them into Brady’s favorite 1960s beach party movie, Wet Side Story, only to receive a surprise real-world visit from Lela, Tanner, Butchy and their other newfound surfer and biker buddies.
The spot will officially debut during “Jessie’s Aloha Holidays with Parker and Joey” THIS Friday, November 28th on Disney Channel.
“Teen Beach Movie 2″ Teaser
Nikki Reed runs some errands looking as chic as always on Monday afternoon (November 24) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
That same day, the 26-year-old actress wrote a plea for pit bulls on her Instagram page, along with a cute pic of her giving her adopted pit bull a kiss.
“URGENT!!! PLEASE READ IMMEDIATELY!!! As a former owner of pit bulls and current adoptive mom of an incredibly sweet pit bull, as well as someone who grew up around both pit bulls and Rottweilers, I am both enraged and devastated to learn about the proposed “vicious dog ban” or Breed Specific Law in Louisiana,” Nikki captioned her photo. “I have worked with and rehabilitated many of these dogs in the past, and though there are examples of aggressive behaviors among these breeds, there are examples of aggressive behaviors among ALL breeds. We absolutely CANNOT make sweeping generalizations like this, stereotyping animals straight to their deaths. It is a barbaric approach, it is egregiously inhumane, and it makes me heartsick beyond words. This is NOT a solution to a problem. This is a mass murder of innocent life; dogs being sentenced to die without the chance to prove the worth of their beautiful souls.”
Nikki also included a link where you can help the cause.
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