I guess Kim Kardashian was attending Olivia Munn’s class of “Japanese Yams Can Make Your Face Change Into Whatever You Want!” Actually, she was the guinea pig Saturday at her makeup artist’s, Mario Dedivanovic, Master Class on how to really kill it at painting your face. For some reason, Kim, someone who has DEFINITELY had some body parts professionally altered, felt the need to share she has never had her nose tweaked.
Some believe that Khia’s ‘My Neck, My Back’ is one of the nastiest songs from the early-aughts, but I like to think of it as a necessary tool used for sexual education, which would make Khia the Dr. Ruth of Hip Hop. And why not? Because she’s instructing you on how to please her throughout the entire song, which is great if you have no idea what you’re doing in the sack. Well now Khia can add a third part of her body to the song; her new basketball-sized ass!
It’s not easy being Gisele Bundchen. I mean, you have to live with Tom Brady 24/7 and make sure he isn’t trying to sneak any strawberries onto his desert of Fiji Water and sugar-free Tic-Tacs. But Gisele had another thing to worry about her: her post-babies boob job. Gisele has a new memoir Lessons: My Path to a Meaningful Life so pieces of it are being released. In addition to talking about her battle with panic attacks, she talks about time she got a boob job. Plastic surgery?! On a supermodel?! Color. Me. SHOCKED!
We’re coming up on the one year anniversary of when Jane Fonda squished Megyn Kelly like a bug under her heel after Megyn asked Jane about her plastic surgeries. To honor such an important event (it’s not, but I want to believe), People has an exclusive interview with 80-year-old Jane where they cover topics from love to aging and everything in between. Jane didn’t want to talk plastic surgery with Megyn Kelly last year, but she’s ready to do it now with People. That might be the best ending to the Megyn Kelly story. She wants to talk surgery, just not with Megyn.
Kelly Ripa has been on television for three decades, and a lot can change to a person in thirty years. For example, they could one day find themselves sitting across a table from what appears to be a spray-tanned robot in TV host autopilot mode. Or maybe they post a throwback picture on Instagram, and people in the comments ask if it’s supposed to be a Spot The Difference game. Kelly Ripa recently squared off with face-shamers on social media, and schooled them on what hasn’t changed.
When Sandra Bullock was at the Oscars in March, some people were really focused on her face, specifically her plump cheeks. Sandra tells InStyle that anyone who saw her cheeks on Oscar night and wondered how many CCs had been injected can stop wondering, because she says the answer is zero.