Sierra's FotoPage

By: Sierra Fried

[Recommend this Fotopage] | [Share this Fotopage]
View complete fotopage

Monday, 21-Oct-2013 23:23 Email | Share | Bookmark
Celebrities Facing Gym Challenge

It is evident that the BJP intends to take pot shots at its rival Congress, firing from the shoulders of the retired soldier. "The political parties are in dire need of such celebrities, as they are famous and are articulate enough to engage the public to rope in votes. Parties don't have many issues to highlight or discuss, so they are banking on non-political popular faces to ensure a win," social scientist Shiv Vishwanathan explains. Celebrities, it is generally believed, are a time-tested tool for the political parties to tide over their bankruptcy. Film stars and iconic cricketers have been a staple in Indian elections for decades. Celebrities in parliament Bollywood superstar Amitabh Bachchan took the plunge in the 80s and was elected a member of parliament from Allahabad. <br>Source:

9 Disliked Celebrities Who Deserve Another Chance

1.2k 2013-10-20 16:12:41 UTC Some people view selfies as a symptom of the self-centered, self-important "me" generation, while others argue it's a way for a person to have total control on how they are represented online. Either way, there's no doubt that the selfie has become a widely popular technique for taking photos. Even celebrities have adopted the practice, posting kim kardashian bio their own smartphone self-portraits on their social media accounts for fans. But how prevalent is this trend with stars who are constantly exposed to cameras? See also: How Instagram Is Guaranteeing You'll See Celeb Selfies at the Emmys In September 2013, according to this infographic by eBay Deals , selfies made up nearly 11% of Instagram posts and 2% of tweets from the 50 most-followed celebrities on either social media platform. In total, those 50 celebrities generated 347 selfies on Twitter and almost 4,000 selfies on Instagram. <br>Source:

Unsurprisingly, his wife Deborra-Lee Furness isnt so in love with these rumors. I personally prefer to talk about what an adorably charming triple threat he is, but thats just me. 3. John Travolta (Photo: WENN) Ugh, where to start? Travoltas been the butt of gay jokes for ages, and hes even been accused of sexual assault by male masseurs. It didnt help that he played a woman in Hairspray. <br>Source:

(Photo: Julien M. Hekimian Getty/ Images) Story Highlights "Don't drink and tweet," the Twitter queen advises It's not about perfect grammar or spelling And above all, don't be boring SHARE 7 CONNECT 10 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE Celebrities embroiled in online feuds, flame wars and scandals might want to take some cues from pop queen Katy Perry. "I've learned how to ride social media," she says. "I have horrible typos. I use 'there' or 'your' wrong grammatically. <br>Source:

Katy Perry tells how to 'tame the social media dragon'

Should she run for president?"Im not going to answer that, Joel said. Im a piano player. Lisa Marie Presley, the only child of Elvis, was more blunt.Id love her to run for president, Presley said. Why? Im a woman, for one thing, Presley replied. Shes been around long enough. She knows the deal and knows the ropes. One of the last stars to arrive, actor Alec Baldwin, moonlights as a political animal. After all, he was an early endorser of Democrat Bill de Blasio in the New York mayoral race, and he just started hosting his own MSNBC show.So, about Clinton in 2016 Id be the worst person to ask that question, Baldwin said, walking away. <br>Source:

10 Celebrities Who Cannot Escape Gay Rumors

Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Eva Longoria grabbed some coffee in Hollywood, Calif., on Oct. 16. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 "Homeland" star Damian Lewis and his wife Helen McCrory arrived at the Service to Celebrate the Harvest for the British Food Fortnight at Westminster Abbey in London on Oct. 16. Celebrity Photos: October 2013 Carey Mulligan attended the screening of "Inside Llewyn Davis" during the 57th BFI London Film Festival at Odeon Leicester Square on Oct. 15 in London. <br>Source:

The live show, Get Ready To Tumble, will see stars hanging around bars as professional trainers try to teach the novices how to perform flips vaults and somersaults. The kim kardashian haircut BBC One show is expected to include g ymnasts of the calibre of Olympic medal-winning stars such as Louis Smith and Beth Tweddle when it airs next year. The programme has been backed by British Gymnastics which helped lift UK competitors to glory at London 2012. Although BBC bosses have not yet signed up star names to work on the show, Louis has already become a peaktime hit, winning last year's Strictly Come Dancing in the months following his Silver medal performance on the pommel horse at the Olympics. And bronze medallist Beth, who announced retirement from her sport in the summer, found glory on ITV's Dancing On Ice. Katie Taylor, the BBC's controller for entertainment and events said: "One thing's for certain, you can expect the celebs to be pushed out of their comfort zone in what is probably the most physically demanding show of its kind anywhere in the world." related stories on msn <br>Source:

However, he told The Washington Post in a 2006 interview that, "just because I've been with guys, and I'm bi, doesn't mean I'm gay." Bai Ling Actress Bai Ling has been open about her bisexuality for an extensive period of time -- and the identity category has often provided some humorous mix-ups involving her first name. According to GLAAD, she discussed it in-depth in a 2009 interview with Entertainment Weekly: "[A]t first when I was in the United States I didn't always have an interpreter in interviews and I didn't speak English so well. There was some confusion. My name is pronounced 'bi,' so when I was asked, 'Are you bi?' I said, 'Yes, I am Bai.' Do you like men? 'Of course!' Do you like women? 'Why yes!' And later I found out what that means and I said, 'Sure, I am bi!' But I think the interpreters and the reporters thought that I didn't know what I was saying because I was so open about it. They were uncomfortable about it. <br>Source:

So is Rashida Jones. The "Parks & Recreation" actress took to Twitter to express her frustration with what she considers to be a trend in celebrity culture today. "This week's celeb news takeaway: she who comes closest to showing the actual inside of her vagina is most popular," Jones, 37, wrote, then added the hashtag, "Stop acting like whores." @iamrashidajones via Twitter 'Sure, be SEXY but leaving something tot he imagination, Jones wrote in a multi-tweet rant. There has been a bevy of Hollywood beauties stripping down to their skivvies on social media and in music videos, but the former "Office" star stays away from naming anyone in her Twitter rant. PHOTOS: STARS WHO WEAR SHEER CLOTHING Instead, she explains that the larger issue is with what we consider celebrity culture, and accept as the "norm." "There is a whole generation of young women watching," she said. <br>Source:

View complete fotopage

© Pidgin Technologies Ltd. 2016