The U.K. is about to gain another handsome resident. Too bad he’s already got a wife. Word is that George Clooney is moving across the pond with Amal, to a small town called Sonning, after having thrown down £10 million on a pad, which is currently going through some renovations. The pair is expected to move in at the end of the summer.
According to Hello, the house has nine bedrooms – perfect for housing any of George and Amal’s fancy friends when they visit – and is full of dope amenities like a gym, steam room, spa, boathouse, gardens and more. The house is right on the river Thames, so yeah, it’s likely as picturesque as it sounds.
“I love it and we’re going to have a great time,” Clooney said, saying he will keep busy in the sleeping town which has an “old pub” and a “great restaurant.” Of course, if he and Amal ever get bored, they can jet back to their house in Los Cabos Mexico, where they can chill out with BFFs and neighbors Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber.
Ah, must be nice…
One thing we can all agree on about the “Bad Blood” music video is that the wardrobe is very, very sexy. And it’s not by coincidence that Swift and her feminist heroes (minus, of course, Kendrick Lamar) were clad in such racy looks. According to Page Six, a lot of the outfits were lent to Swift and her crew by a Los Angeles sex shop.
The Stockroom, located on Sunset Blvd., is said to have blessed Swift with $13,000 worth of clothing, $5,000 of which they actually kept. Amongst the several items provided was Swift’s latex flesh-toned dress and Selena Gomez’s black latex blouse with puffy sleeves.
Like any shop looking to thrive in the face of a major moneymaking opportunity, The Stockroom is planning to make more of the clothes Gomez and Swift wore for the video – a wise decision considering there will likely be a lot of people looking to get their hands on the sexy latex wares. Whether they use them as regular outfits – or for something a bit naughtier — is of course up to the shoppers.
[via Page Six]
Just when you thought you’d seen everything the Stenmark brood had on offer, in comes a third brother, Louis Stenmark, who isn’t necessarily about to put his good looks to waste.
Catching up with twins Jordan and Zac Stenmark at the AFFAs earlier this week, the handsome duo tells us how proud they are of Louis’ first major modelling gig and whether or not it’s a career path they think he’ll follow. (more…)
Australia’s Next Top Model Cycle 6 winner and Queensland native, Amanda Ware, is jumping into bed with Peter Alexander. The brunette bombshell has been announced as the face of the sleepwear label’s latest Winter 2015 collection, and, we’ve got to say, bedtime just became even more appealing. (more…)
Ben Fiberesima, who goes under the rapper name Roky Million, has been put behind bars after being found guilty on multiple charges including theft and making false representations.
Fans of his alter ago, which saw him living a double life in Australia as a high-fashion model and rapper, needn’t be too disappointed, though, because it seems as though Roky could be working on a debut album while on the inside.
Although Kilburn Times reports that Roky, who had modelled for the big guns like Calvin Klein and Tom Ford, was put behind bars this week, Roky’s Twitter account is still very much active.
After almost a six-month hiatus from the blue bird, with the last tweet on December 30 suggesting his management would take over, Roky’s account has posted twice in the last 12 hours. (more…)
Plus-size model Tess Holliday is having a great year. After being the first model of her stature to score a modeling contract (she’s 5’5″ and a size 22), she’s making headlines again on the cover of People magazine’s body issue.
The MiLK Management model has been enjoying her success – just last week she mentioned on Instagram that she just completed “the biggest shoot of [her] career.” We’re all looking forward to seeing more of Holliday, who tells People she has been quite a busy bee. “I just got back from London three weeks ago, I’m going to New York this week, then next week I’m going to Montreal and New York again,” she said. “Then I go to Seattle, New Orleans and Vegas after that, all for work!”
Tess’ glamourous life is a far cry from what she experienced growing up in Mississippi. “I was getting shoved into lockers, I was being called names,” she says. “I was getting death threats at my house. It was awful.” When she tried to break into the modeling business, she was first told she was too large and too short to actually be a plus model. But all of that is changing for the woman who started the #EffYourBeautyStandards hashtag. Now, Holliday is challenging the very standards that were obstacles early on in her career, on the cover of People, no less.
And she looks damn good doing it.