Shailene Woodley Does Glamour

February 27, 2015 in Shailene Woodley by Versus21 Comments »

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On being nude on screen:

“I’m totally comfortable with nudity. I’m not sure it empowers me as an actress or anything, but if I’m going to do a movie with sex scenes, then I’m going to be naked, because I don’t know about you, but I don’t have sex with bras and panties on.”

On European vs. US attitudes on sexuality:

“Part of the reason I love Europe is that sexuality is no big deal there. You go to a topless beach and the dudes aren’t checking out your t*ts, because they’re just boobs.”

… says 23 year-old Shailene.

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Miranda Kerr: “I am a certified nutritionist and health coach”

February 27, 2015 in Miranda Kerr by Versus19 Comments »

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On her ideal job – if she wasn’t modeling:

It would probably be something in the health and wellness industry. I’ve studied nutrition in different facets for over a decade, and am a certified nutritionist and health coach.

… says Miranda.

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Marie Osmond: “What’s sad is people who want to be 30 when they’re 50″

February 27, 2015 in Celebrity Quotes by Versus6 Comments »

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On how she looks so young at 55:

Genetics obviously plays a part, but I truly believe that attitude is No. 1. You can do everything to look good on the outside, but if you’re not happy on the inside, it shows. I’m also a huge advocate of water; I drink 10 large glasses a day. I have no problem with aging. But what’s sad is people who want to be 30 when they’re 50. I have four beautiful daughters, and I want them to be healthy in their thought patterns and love themselves.

… says Marie.

 

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Elsa Hosk on VS Models: “These are some of the healthiest girls I know”

February 27, 2015 in Hot Models by Versus43 Comments »

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On shooting a Victorias Secret Swim Special recently in Puerto Rico:

‘I think this shoot was so great because it was right after the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show,’ Elsa explained. ‘We were already in the best shape. If it had been a couple months after, you would have to start working out again like crazy, but you know we are all just really healthy. These are some of the healthiest girls I know – and not healthy in the sense that they are eating very little. Everybody just eats really balanced and trains and works out on a regular basis.’

… says Elsa.

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Danish Magazine Cover Issues Apology for Publishing Underweight Model

February 27, 2015 in Beauty & Body Image by Versus53 Comments »

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All the details from Daily Mail:

A magazine has been forced to apologise for using a ‘skeleton’-like model in its latest issue. The publisher of Danish magazine, Cover, Malene Malling called it a ‘sad day’ after online backlash and anger over the decision to feature Lululeika in a fashion feature. Malling said: ‘I have not lived up to my responsibility as a publisher, woman and mother and am truly sorry.’

The picture was originally posted on Reddit where many users rushed to comment on the appearance of the 16-year-old model whose full name is Lululeika Ravn Liep. One named ‘Lincolnparkafterdark,’ said: ‘I genuinely don’t understand how a look this emaciated can be considered beautiful or fashionable or sexy in any country/culture. This poor girl clearly needs help. It’s obvious she’s not healthy. It’s so detrimental to young girls around the world to glamorize eating disorders.’

After the apology was posted to the magazine’s Facebook many of their readers were still not happy. One woman commented: ‘[It is] Super easy for you to show all of them (us) who doubt the sincerity of your excuse that you really mean what you say. You donate simply last year’s profits to the Mental Health Foundation or the Association on Eating Disorders, so they can do something for all the girls daily battling anorexia !!!! [sic].’

The Danish Tax Minister Benny Englebrecht was one of many who took to Facebook and to voice his disgust at the image saying: ‘I seriously thought that the fashion industry had understood that anorexia is a problem that should be taken seriously.’

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