Ready, set, ride! Even if your kids aren't quite ready for two-wheelers just yet, you can still enjoy family bike rides all Spring long. Check out the comfiest, safest ways for your little ones to cruise in style this season.
Britney Spears poses for this week's cover of Us Weekly and talks to the magazine about her life with boyfriend Jason Trawick, how she's "never been happier," and whether she has plans to walk down the aisle for a third time. Britney tells Us about Jason, "We have such a great time together! He makes me laugh, and we are so comfortable being ourselves." As for marriage? "Maybe. Never say never!" A wedding for Britney and Jason was your biggest celebrity prediction for 2011, and we've been surprised by Miss Spears on that front before. For now, though, she's focusing on her new album Femme Fatale, which is getting great reviews and debuted at number one on the Billboard charts! Plus, her hot video for "Till the World Ends" was just released.
Britney is currently preparing for a US tour this Summer and spending quality time with her sons Sean Preston and Jayden James. Britney's ex-husband Kevin Federline is also celebrating a milestone with his fifth baby on the way. We love seeing Britney so happy and healthy in her personal life and career!
For those of you who can't wait to see Sex and the City 2 later today, here are a few healthy tidbits about Kristin Davis to whet your appetite. Kristin — aka Charlotte York — shared "25 Things You Don't Know About Me" with Us Weekly, including that she used to be a yoga teacher! Kristin, 45, studied yoga in her 20s and taught at a studio before her acting career took off.
Five more healthy tidbits from Kristin:
- "I have solar panels on my house in L.A."
- "I've been sober for more than 20 years."
- "When I work out, I listen to the young ladies: Beyonce, Miley, Gaga, Britney."
- "My grandmother Flossie is 101 years old. Her health inspires the whole family to eat right."
- "Serena and Venus Williams invite me to their tennis tournaments. I love to go and watch them play."
There was a broad range of style at last night's Us Weekly Hot Hollywood party in LA. You had color, bustiers, legs, ruffles, pants, and beading. But top salute goes to Kelly Osbourne and Anna Kendrick. Kelly rocked the quintessential (read) Jeremy Scott LBD, and her beau was quite dashing in a tux, while Anna wore an awesome Emilio Pucci aquatic frock. Proceed for more of the most hotties . . .
With her fresh face and healthy physique, True Blood star Anna Paquin has made a graceful transition from child star to sexy vamp. In this week's issue of Us, the recently engaged, 27-year-old actress talks about the healthy habits that keep her feeling and looking great.
- Paquin understands the importance of mixing up her fitness routine. "I'm obsessed with Pilates," says the star. But she also loves swimming in the ocean and recently took her first surf lesson.
- A big fan of watching gymnastics on TV, Paquin once dabbled in trapeze arts: "I've always wanted to be a circus performer, so I took aerial silks classes at Trapeze School New York a few years ago."
- Since staying healthy isn't just about exercising, Paquin gets plenty of rest and avoids unhealthy habits. She says she takes a lot of naps and that "Kombucha and coffee are my two biggest vices."
If those are here only vices, I can understand how she looks so good! Do you think she's a good role model?
It seems that Us Weekly is a little lax on cell phone identification — this week's Jon and Kate cover story features a shot of Kate three times with her iPhone in a pink case — but they refer to it as her BlackBerry in the headline. Oops!
This wouldn't be the first time they've gotten the two top phones mixed up — last year, they called the BlackBerry Renée Zellweger was carrying an iPhone.
Perhaps they're not as obsessive about their phones as yours truly, but I can spot those babies from a mile away. Hey, guys, I can always help with an ID!
This week, US Magazine declared its Hot Hollywood crowd of 2008. To celebrate, the mag threw a big bash, and naturally, the hotties followed. Whitney Port rocked a spunky '80s ensemble; Blake went her signature menswear route; Becki complemented the carpet in a refined blue Yves Saint Laurent frock; Vanessa Hudgens worked sequins in a Kaufman Franco mini; and Olivia Palermo chose a sophisticated black and white tuxedo blazer. All are Hot Hollywood status, but which attendee is most Fab?
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Barack and Michelle Obama are telling the American people what they want to know: how they fell in love. Six pages of the newest issue of Us Weekly, will explore their romance and feature the Obama family photo album. Michelle's message: I'm your typical American mom. Perhaps Americans want to see a softer side in their first lady. And as far as campaign strategy goes — Us Weekly may not be The Atlantic, but it sure attracts a lot of eyes at grocery stores.
As part of her mission to meet America, Michelle also co-hosted The View this morning. She looked vibrant and at ease, as she asked for a fist bump from all the ladies. Michelle also managed to ask guest Matthew Broderick what motivated his 5-year-old son to endorse her husband.
Will you pick up the Obama issue that hits newsstands nationwide Friday? Are these lighter and more human appeals a breath of fresh air during a tough political season; or would you like to stick to the issues and the candidates? I look forward to seeing John and Cindy McCain on the next issue of Life&Style.
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OK, she's probably not a superdelegate (yet. . . ) but Heidi Montag of The Hills, has decided on her presidential endorsement. After careful thought she's ready to announce who will get her coveted, flaxen-haired reality vote. Are you ready for this? Predictions? To see who she's voting for, read more
Remember when Robert Irvine got canned from Food Network, and how it was a bit shocking? Especially because it was hard to believe someone could embellish his resumé so much and get away with it for so long? Well, in the current issue of US Weekly, Robert Irvine has finally decided to say something. When asked about it, Irvine said:
I'm human and I do make mistakes. It's liberating having this behind me.
And like the tough guy he comes across as, Irvine is going to pick up where he left off and try new things. He's grateful for his fans and hopes to have another TV show in the future. He may also do more charity work for the military.
So what do you folks think? Would you watch another Robert Irvine TV show? Or is he over in your book?