She’s one of the most-admired models in the world today, but Lily Aldridge wasn’t always the fashion idol that we see on the runway. In a new interview with Vogue magazine, the Victoria’s Secret stunner confesses that her style palette was developed over the course of decades.
She’s been on a career roller coaster for the past decade and Reese Witherspoon told Charlie Rose that splitting with husband Ryan Phillippe definitely played a role. During Sunday’s “60 Minutes,” the “Legally Blonde” actress discussed her 2005 Oscar for “Walk The Line,” that led into some less-than-awesome gigs.
After he unceremoniously left “Two and a Half Men,” Charlie Sheen jumped into a new comedy called “Anger Management” on the FX Network. And now that the initial 100-episode contract is up, FX has decided not to renew the show, prompting a response from the always-talkative “Hot Shots” star.
She has multiple awards and plenty of hit movies to her credit, but Gwyneth Paltrow's lack of a college education proved to be a problem when applying for a contributing editor role at Yahoo Food.
Per a New York Times report, the “Shakespeare in Love” lady was courted by Yahoo until CEO Marissa Mayer stepped in and put the kibosh on the whole deal. Mayer “disapproved of the fact that Paltrow did not graduate college. She habitually asked deputies where they attended college.”
His contribution to the music industry is immeasurable and sadly Joe Cocker has died of an undisclosed illness. The 70-year-old singer captivated listeners of all generations with his signature raspy voice on both cover songs and his own hits over the course of multiple decades.
Cocker’s agent Barrie Marshall told press “Joe was simply unique. It will be impossible to fill the space he leaves in our hearts.”