Pink has been getting hate mail from certain fans saying she faked being sick to cancel shows in the U.K., Pink went to her official page and set things straight......
'I am getting a lot of hate mail from some of you, not all. But to those of you that expect
and feel entitled to perfection; Have a look at my track record,#' she wrote. 'I go on stage and pour my f***ing heart and body
out on that stage. I ruin my body and my vocal chords, make myself sicker, come
hell or high water.' 'I am a human being, therefore I am able to
catch illness. It is beyond my control- and I can't apologize for that,' she
She's known as French Vanilla. A Japanese woman, identified only as Vanilla, has spent $100,000 on cosmetic surgery to look like a French doll. She's had 30 procedures including double eyelid surgery, Rhinoplasty, liposuction, breast implants, eyelash implants and dimple creation. Vanilla plans to get bigger breast implants and height lengthening surgery.
If you think looking at "The Tanning Mom" was bad....wait till you hear this. Patricia Krentcil has recorded a dance song, GOD HELP US!!!
I thought this was hilarious. Cat friend vs. dog friend. Check it out:
Credit: Kyleigh Roberts
Those celebrities on Dancing with the Stars always end up losing weight and getting so ripped by the end of the season. Health.com has a list of exercises that can help you workout just like the stars. Check em out:
1. Plié and Pulse Benefit: Strengthens and stretches thighs, hips and glutes How to do it: Stand with feet a bit wider than hip-width, toes turned out. With hands on hips and back straight, lower butt toward ground until you feel a stretch in thighs. Pulse, moving ever so slightly up and down, for 10 counts. Rest for 30 to 60 seconds; repeat.
2. ABC leg raise Benefit: Stretches and strengthens feet and ankles How to do it: Extend right leg, point toes and "write" the entire alphabet in lowercase letters, using right leg as the "pen." Rest for 30 seconds. Repeat alphabet using uppercase letters and a larger range of motion. Repeat with left leg.
3. Staggered-leg wall squat Benefit: Stretches calves and strengthens glutes and thighs How to do it: Stand facing a wall or bar, an arm's length away. Take a step back with right leg and lower into a staggered squat. Lean into the wall to feel a deep stretch in lower calf. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat on the opposite side.