Everyone wants a piece of the promised Timbaland.
Charlotte Olympia shoes.
Photographed by Bruce Weber
Styled by Alex White
With arguably the most popular political site on the Web, an endless roster of high-powered bloggers and a smart new book, Arianna Huffington is more influential than ever.
Polished yet relaxed, her copper hair casually blown dry, not coiffed in the helmet of days gone by, Arianna Huffington dips into her blueberries and yogurt as if she has all the time in the world.
“There’s no question that it’s harder to dismiss me or write a caricature now,” says Huffington, who has spent much of her life in the public gaze, and not without controversy.
In person, the statuesque Huffington is softer and less imposing than she appears on TV.
Chez Huffington, there’s no separation between life and work:
Tens of thousands of animal lovers voted the pair into the top spots as part of an annual search for veggie vamps and vixens on website PETA.org.
A vegetarian since the 1980s, Kiedis recently went vegan after learning about theworldwide depletion of fish in the oceans and after his baby’s doctor recommended ahealthy vegan diet for the child
He recently told PETA bosses,
Soon after I went vegan, I saw some documentary footage of what happens in the factory farming of cows…
I am vegetarian so I don’t have clothes, shoes, or bags made from leather or suede or any animal products…
He told BBC News,
It’s based on an old system where iTunes takes the money, the record company takes the money and they don’t give it to the artists.
Back in the day, we all know the stories of the Otis Reddings and Chuck Berrys and Fats Dominos who never got paid.
I will be on iTunes eventually because I can’t avoid it, but I like to always stick to my guns and prove a point and do something original and because I believe in it.
Posted Jun 18th 2008 7:50PM
The guy who wrote "The Godfather" says all his stories went into a big-bucks video game --
- Ice T on the sad state of rap music
A second Mariah Carey perfume is scheduled to hit the stores in September.
It's going to be called Luscious Pink by Mariah Carey.
The new scent will have 'notes of Tahitian tiare flower —
Why a second perfume?
Mimi says, "Launching my first perfume was such an amazing experience that it has inspired me to expand my fragrance collection."
We bet it will sell well at Sears!
If you don't want any spoilers for Madonna's new tour, then do not CL to look at the latest draft of the set list, given to us by a very good source.
Maddie is pulling out some songs she hasn't performed since the '80s!!!!!!