“The incomparability stunning Candice Swanepoel was spotted leaving an office building in New York City. In hand is what we’re assuming was one of those Starbucks espresso or refresher drinks which we’re sure nobody is even paying attention to given the undeniably flawless look of Candice.”
Candice Swanepoel is a looking very gorgeous in red leggy dress.
LeBron James has won two NBA championships, four Most Valuable Player trophies and the hatred of most sports fans outside the state of Florida. But like like Ariel, he wants more. The Miami Heat star will star in a new movie opposite comedian Kevin Hart titled Ballers, currently scheduled to shoot in Miami next summer.
King James has dabbled in acting before (see: Entourage) and stars in those cute Samsung Galaxy commercials you don’t want anyone to know you enjoy. But like other overpaid, detested sports stars, there’s always another world to conquer. Before LeBron stars memorizing his lines or demanding obscurely flavored fruit snacks for his trailer, we advise him to take a look at those athletes who have acted before him. A bad film or television cameo may be fleeting, but an embarrassing clip posted on YouTube is forever.
Michael Jordan, Space Jam (1996)
The Chicago Bulls star decided to use his mid-career personal crisis as inspiration for a major motion picture, complete with aliens and Looney Tunes. If you can move past the ridiculous premise, Space Jam is fun (Bill Murray!) and Jordan struggling to impress his late father hits close to home. Too bad his happy and sad faces look identical.
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Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts left their apartment to take Sasha, 6, and Kai, 4, to school in New York City on Tuesday (November 3).
While the Ray Donovan star biked the boys – Naomi took off to ride the train.
In her interview with Hamptons magazine the Diana actress talked about her hobbies.
She said, “I take up things, and then I move away from them if they take up too much of my time and I’m not brilliant at them. I’m bad like that. Those would be things like tennis. And I did Italian classes through both of my pregnancies, and I loved that, but then I just found that I wasn’t moving to the next level.
“I love going on bike rides by myself or with the family. I love cooking—though I’m not a brilliant cook; I’m an okay cook. I’m terrible at baking. I love the garden, but that’s such an unsexy thing to say. When I’m out in the Hamptons, it’s the first thing I do—I go and check out the nurseries and see what’s on sale to reinvent my garden. They say, do not take up gardening—that means you’re moving way too deep into the second half of life.”