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Celebrities Have Crushes Too! Who Likes Who?

Which lovely ladies are head over heels for Hollywood's most delicious dudes? CLICK HERE for the gallery, "Celebrities Have Crushes Too! Who Likes Who?" CLICK HERE for the gallery, "Celebrities Have Crushes Too! Who Likes Who?" CLICK HERE for the gallery, "Celebrities Have Crushes Too! Who Likes Who?" CLICK HERE for the gallery, "Celebrities Have Crushes Too! Who Likes Who?" CLICK HERE for the gallery, "Celebrities Have Crushes Too! <br>Source:</a> style="clear:both">Celebrities Who Regret Cutting Their Hair

I said, 'Oh I just want a little bit off' and it went from here to here. I just burst into tears and started crying, and I felt so vulnerable." Related: 9 Essentials for Shaping Your Eyebrows While America may have fallen in love with "The Rachel," Jennifer Aniston was less than thrilled with the outcome. She told Allure in 2011, "I love Chris [McMillan, her hairstylist], and he's the bane of my existence at the same time because he started that damn Rachel, which was not my best look. How do I say this? I think it was the ugliest haircut I've ever seen." Ouch. <br>Source:

Celebrities 'tweet for cash scandal' sees stars touted for up to £10,000 to plug products

Spencer Kympton, COO of The Mission Continues, Actress Eva Longoria and Chris Marvin, Managing Director of Got Your 6 at the Got Your 6 and Lifetime Event in Charlotte, NC during the DNC Credits: Subscribe to Blog Remember my Info Some of Hollywoods biggest stars have teamed up to support military veterans. Kerry Washington, Jessica Chastain, Jeremy Renner and Melissa McCarthy are just some of the celebrities in the new PSA for Got Your 6, the entertainment industry-backed veteran campaign which works to empower veterans and their families to ensure they are seen as leaders and civic assets. Using the resources and reach of the entertainment world, Got Your 6 provides tools and platforms that Americans can use to better understand veteran and military culture and creates opportunities for veterans and civilians to join together to reinvigorate communities. The campaign unites the entertainment industry with top-tier nonprofit organizations that specifically focus on veterans and military families with the goal to bridge the civilian-military divide. The Got Your 6 six pillars of Reintegration are: Jobs, Education, Health, Housing, Family, and Leadership. In coordination with AMPAS (American Motion Picture Academy of Sciences), GY6 has twice filmed its PSA during Oscar rehearsals. Each PSA, featuring almost two dozen high-profile celebrities, has been broadcast, on average, 25 times per day on network and cable channels. <br>Source:

Celebrities star in "Got Your 6" PSA to empower military veterans & families.

Upset: TOWIE star Cara Kilbey WENN Other celebs, also including Kane, then tweeted about attending a range of bars and restaurants owned by a company called Novus Leisure, who admitted working with Dynasty for a short time. Dynasty, run by Stephen Naylor, claims on the programme that 84 stars on its list, which also included celebs from Dancing On Ice and Hollyoaks, had been paid. Once Dynasty Media was alerted to the programme, the firm told Dispatches that there was never any contract with any celebrity to tweet about Novus Bars. It claimed the fees listed were for personal appearances. Welby and Kilbey said they know Dynastys owners as friends and tweeted as a personal favour. Both insisted they had never received payments for the tweets. <br>Source:

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