Gigi Hadid and Cody Simpson just raised the bar for couple activities. You and your boyfriend might take a cooking class together or binge stuff on Netflix, but if you’re a young, hot model, the only appropriate activity is posing with your boo in nothing but a towel for one of the most respected fashion photographers in the world.
Kourtney Kardashian revealed what the real after party looks like for moms who are breastfeeding, Kylie Jenner gave a peek at that $2.7 million home she recently purchased, Glee said goodbye with a touching Darren Criss-Lea Michele flash forward, and more you missed from the ‘gram this weekend.
The Gossip Table has more on how Gigi responded to recent drug rumors.
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Source: Gigi Hadid and Cody Simpson Are Perfectly Comfortable Hanging Out in Towels
Shailene Woodley reprises her Divergent role as Tris Prior in the franchise’s second installment Insurgent. It’s a pretty rough-and-tumble part, but Woodley doesn’t need the film’s action scenes to flaunt her sheer badassery. Just check out her red carpet looks.
Woodley doesn’t conform to Hollywood’s fashion protocol, and that’s what makes her so cool. If the event calls for a sleek dress and some heels, Woodley will show up in jean cut-offs and flip-flops. She’s also no stranger to the pantsuit and has quite an affinity for pullovers. Simply put, Woodley achieves fashion rock star status for working against Hollywood’s impossible expectations for women’s style. She just wants to be comfortable, and we’re 100 percent here for it.
It was a daunting task, but we managed to find Woodley’s 20 most kick-ass looks. Each look achieves this label either for its comfort or originality. Take a look, and let us know what you think of Woodley’s style in the comments below.
Woodley discusses playing both sibling and lover to co-star and pal Ansel Elgort.
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Source: Shailene Woodley’s 20 Most Kick-Ass Looks
Were these celebrities reincarnated from folks of the past? The photographic evidence sure does suggest so.
From Nicolas Cage (who may or may not be a vampire anyway, which will make sense of this whole thing) to Bruce Willis and Queen Latifah, some of today’s most famous faces bear a striking resemblance to people dating back to the 19th century. Prepare to have your mind blow with this gallery of 20 celebrities and their historical doppelgangers.
Travel back in time with Willis, who discusses returning to his iconic character John McClane for Live Free or Die Hard.
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Source: 20 Celebrities With Historical Doppelgangers
Does 1709 Broderick Street ring any bells? Well to John Stamos it’s the address where he spent eight years playing Jesse “Uncle Jesse” Katsopolis on Full House. Two decades have past since the show’s conclusion, and it seems like its star is feeling a little homesick.
Over the weekend, Uncle Jesse paid an unannounced visit to the “Full House” house in San Francisco where the Tanners used to lived. We know he’s been actively trying to get Full House revived with the original cast. Now him paying a visit to where it all started means he’s still not over show just yet. The current residence are probably sick of the countless fans showing up trying to relive their childhood memories, but who wouldn’t be thrilled if John Stamos shows up at your front door?
Check him out in front of the famous “Full House” house below.
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Source: John Stamos Can’t Get Enough of the “Full House” House