Jessica Simpson: “I asked my husband: ‘Babe, why didn’t you tell me to put the brownie down?’

January 10, 2015 in Jessica Simpson by Versus22 Comments »

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On how her husband loved her curves at her higher weight:

“I’d been scrutinized about my weight before I got pregnant, so I refused to let anyone steal the joy of my babies. My husband [Eric] and I were looking at old pictures recently, and I asked him, ‘Babe, why didn’t you tell me to put the brownie down?’ He said, ‘You looked great.’ He’s always loved every curve on my body. And we’ve always had a healthy sex life.”

… says Jessica.

 

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Blake Lively Talks Pregnancy Style

January 10, 2015 in Blake Lively by Versus15 Comments »

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On her pregnancy style:

“It’s important to still feel like yourself, because so much of your life is changing. I would’ve felt foreign in my own body if I’d started dressing differently. Other than maternity jeans, I didn’t buy anything maternity. Everything is my clothing, it’s something I can and will wear when I’m not pregnant.”

On her dress at the December 2nd L’Oreal Women of Worth event:

“I was going to wear a different dress that evening but … it broke. I was too big! The zipper just broke. It popped right open. I changed right before I walked out the door. I have that dress for real life, not pregnant life.”

… says Blake, who gave birth to her first child over the holidays.

More of her pregnancy style next!

 

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Bella Thorne Talks Pressure to Look Perfect

January 9, 2015 in Celebrity Quotes by Versus12 Comments »

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On feeling pressured to look perfect:

“I think a lot of girls do, and it’s unfair because guys don’t. Guys can have acne scars and be overweight or rude. If a girl is the least bit sarcastic or she speaks out about something, she’s a b*tch. It’s completely messed up.”

On dealing with social media:

“If a girl wears a bathing suit, she is a ho and is body-shamed. If you don’t show your body, you’re a prude. You take pictures with a guy and you’re a ho; you take pictures with a girlfriend and you’re a lesbian. I don’t understand how girls can sit there and pick one another apart. My friends and I don’t do that. Even if I’m not having a good day, my friends are always like, ‘But babe, your style is impeccable. I love your shoes.’ No matter what, we always pick out the good things.”

… says 17 year-old Bella.

More from this Cosmpolitan spread next!

 

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Emily Ratajkowski Brings Friday Links

January 9, 2015 in Friday Links by Versus12 Comments »

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Emily Ratajkowski Does FHM – Hollywood Tuna

Queen Latifah gets leggy on the beach – Just Jared

Celebrities rocked black outfits at Audi’s Golden Globes Week – Moe Jackson

Olivia Munn showed us her new puppy on Instagram while wearing THIS appropriate outfit – E! Online

Rihanna wore a bikini to a restaurant – Celebslam

Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe voted ‘Most Beautiful Women of All Time’ – Daily Mail

Vanessa Hudgens ha a leopardy workout – Just Jared

LeAnn Rimes looks good and happy on the beach – Daily Mail

Kendall, Karlie, Adriana & Joan: Marc Jacobs stunners – Celebrity Gossip

Size 16 Ashley Graham Brings Today’s Quotes

January 9, 2015 in Hot Models by Versus21 Comments »

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On body image:

I didn’t like my body when I gained a lot of weight. When you are plus size, you have to embrace your curves and accept your rolls. I have rolls now and I won’t airbrush them out on Instagram, but I was unhealthy then. I could feel it in my skin. And it was even harder to find clothes. I don’t think every store or designer has to make plus-size pieces, but I think if we get the majority on board to start thinking of a normal woman’s body, that’s where the change is going to be.

I think that you can be healthy at any size and my goal is to help and educate women on that. It doesn’t matter if you’re a size 2 or 22, you can be healthy as long as you’re taking care of your body, working out, and telling yourself ‘I love you’ instead of taking in the negativity of beauty standards.

… says plus-size model Ashley.

More pictures from 2012-2014 of her next!

 

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