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Watch Brooklyn Decker Go To Thumb War With Jarvis In The Elevator

by JARVIS:

As if I needed one more reason to be obsessed with Sports Illustrated swimsuit model turn actress Brooklyn Decker, I run into her today and she makes my every wish come true! She’s tall, she’s gorgeous, she’s talented and more importantly, she’s a total sweetheart! “WHAT???!” you must be asking yourself. But yes, it’s true. Even though she’s busy filming her new show Friends with Better Lives co-starring James Van Der Beek, she took the time to have a sensible thumb war battle with little ole me! Wow, talk about star quality!!

Can’t get enough of me in the elevator?! check out what happens when I hang out with Jamie Chung, A Great Big World and Dominic Monaghan.

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5 Celebrity Mom Who Embraced Their Post-Baby Bodies

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The urgency to lose baby weight in Hollywood is almost as serious as an Oscar win.

Who dropped the postpartum pounds the fastest? Who debuted her post-baby body on a magazine cover? How much did she gain during her pregnancy?

Celebrity moms face these and many more questions when it comes to their bodies after baby. So when we hear high-profile moms like Kate Winslet and Mariska Hargitay embracing their postpartum figures, we celebrate with them.

Let’s take a look at 5 celebrity moms who did not focus on fast weight loss, but instead, embraced the postpartum period and their post-baby bodies.

Academy Award-winning actress Kate Winslet is mom to three kids: daughter Mia, 13, and sons Joe, 10, and Bear, 4 months.

While recently promoting her new film Divergent, the actress said she’s in no rush to lose the baby weight.

“To be honest with you, after having a baby you end up being so busy with the baby and the nursing,” she said. “And I have two other children as well obviously, so there’s so much going on that the difficulty I find is remembering that you have to eat. Because when you’re nursing you really have to eat, otherwise you don’t produce anything that’s going to feed your child. So nursing’s a great excuse to eat heaps. That’s what I’ve been doing.”

“I have to say, so much attention is placed on this thing of bouncing back after a baby,” she continued. “I don’t advocate fast weight loss at all after a baby, because you are nursing, you can’t, you have to eat and you have to be well… throwing myself into some workout regimen is crazy.”

She added: “Having just had a baby, I’m not going to be thinking about my arse.”

Academy Award-winning actress Reese Witherspoon had great perspective after welcoming her third child, son Tennessee, in September 2012.

At just 3-months postpartum – when the media asked how she’s “bouncing back” to her pre-baby body – the Oscar-winner kept it real.

“I don’t know if I’m bouncing back. I’m slowly crawling back,” said the actress, who’s also mom to daughter Ava, 14, and son Deacon, 10.

Currently expecting her second daughter, actress Drew Barrymore didn’t stress over losing the baby weight after welcoming her baby girl Olive in September 2012..

“I don’t worry about it,” she shared of her post-baby body. “I probably wasn’t totally in shape before I got pregnant, but I do think I’m back to where I was. Perfect for me! I take care of myself. But I’m never going to be the person who talks about diet and exercise — I would fail that conversation!”

Prior to her second pregnancy, the Blended star praised the postpartum period as “sacred,” and not a time to be focussed on rapid weight loss.

“I’m still working on it, but I’m not worrying about it,” she said. “We live in a society where everyone’s like, ‘Look at how amazing she looks two weeks out [from giving birth].’ I don’t want to be on that hamster wheel; that’s hell. I’m never going to have the kind of body that makes me excited about bikini season. I’ve never had a ‘beach body.’ But I want to feel like I’m showing up and doing my best. My goal is to be nice to myself, gentle toward myself, during this process. It’s such a sacred time.”

Jessica Simpson’s weight gain during her first pregnancy was one of the most talked-about topics of 2012.

The Fashion Star mentor graced the January/February 2013 cover of Weight Watchers magazine, showing off her weight loss after the May 1 arrival of her daughter Maxwell.

“I really have to separate myself from the world’s expectations and really just be healthy with myself,” Jessica shared. “I’m not a supermodel. My body is not bouncing back like a supermodel. I’m just your everyday woman.”

And although she’s a multi-millionaire and one of the world’s most beautiful women, Jessica says she’s still human and it hurts when people bashed her body.

“It’s not fun to be talked about,” she shared. “It’s not fun to be judged.”

“I never listen to it, no matter who the press talks about when they’re pregnant,” she added. “It’s ridiculous and unfair. I think any woman who is pregnant and creating a life is pretty much entitled to eat whatever she wants as long as she’s healthy. I wasn’t going to let the media take away from what was one of the happiest times in my life.”

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit star Mariska Hargitay is mom to three children: August, nearly 8, Amaya, 3, and Andrew, 2.

The actress says she not only embraces, but loves her body after baby.

 “I love my curves because they scream, ‘I’m a mama!’ I’m the girl who started wearing maternity pants about an hour after I found out I was pregnant because I was so excited about becoming a mom,” she shared. “Things are sagging a bit – I’m not going to lie. But am I going to be upset about the sag or am I going to look at my three gorgeous kids and my husband and count my lucky stars?”

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15 Years Later: 9 Stars You Never Realized Are In Never Been Kissed

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The year was 1999 and anything could happen, like, Drew Barrymore going back to high school as an undercover reporter. In Never Been Kissed, Barrymore played a Chicago copy editor looking for her first big break when she decides to go undercover as a high school senior. The  comedy blurred the lines between the teen films (Varsity Blues, She’s All That, 10 Things I Hate About You) that were popular at the time time and the adult world of RomComs that Barrymore fans were used to. The film turned out to be a box office success and introduced fans to a cast of fresh young actors. While Leelee Sobieski, Michael Vartan and David Arquette were the stars, it was James Franco, Octavia Spencer and John C. Reilly among others who turned out be the big gets. On the 15th anniversary we look back on our favorite stars who happened to be in this surprise hit.

Long before any of those actors were nominated for Academy Awards, they were getting their high school RomCom on. In total, the movie produced three Emmy-nominated actors (Barrymore, Sobieski and Molly Shannon), two Oscar-nominated actors (Franco, Reilly) plus one winner (Spencer), a Grammy-nominee (Reilly again) and a Tony Award-winner (Marissa Jaret Winokur). Watch as Vartan recalls what it was like working on the film that came out 15 years ago today:

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Ming Dynasty ‘Chicken Cup’ Sells for $36 Million

04/08/2014 at 04:00 PM EDT

What the cluck?!

A 500-year-old “chicken cup” from the Ming Dynasty sold for $36 million at auction Tuesday, setting an international record, according to Reuters.

Named for its design depicting the farm animal, the relic is one of just 16 such artifacts known to have survived, Reuters reports. This cup was bought by a Shanghai billionaire, who plans to place it in his private museum.

“Every time a chicken cup comes up on the market, it totally redefines prices in the field of Chinese art,” Sotheby’s deputy chairman Nicolas Chow told Reuters.

The chicken cup was fired in imperial kilns during China’s Chenghua period (1465-1487). But experts say the cup didn’t win as high a price as they’d expected – likely due to the stagnating Chinese economy.

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