Month: February 2018

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Things got pretty heated on the ice in the ice dancing short program on Feb. 18. Not only did Canadians Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir bring their A game and earn the number one spot for the night, but France’s Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron reminded the whole world that they’re serious contenders for the
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Figure skating is bringing us many delights in 2018, including Starr Andrews performing to the sound of her own voice and graceful Adam Rippon skating his heart out as the first openly gay athlete to qualify for the US Winter Olympics team. One thing it hasn’t necessarily brought is understanding about judging and scoring of
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Moloshok Photography/imageSPACE/SilverHub/REX/Shutterstock Angelina Jolie was honored at the 2018 American Society of Cinematographers last night in Los Angeles. And to pick up her award, she wore the most gorgeous Elie Saab Couture gown, which looked completely regal. The shimmering, textured gown, featured layers of tulle, and looked like it was dripping in gold feathers. And
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Prince William and Kate Middleton made the 2018 BAFTA Awards a royal affair—not that that’s anything new. The Duke and Duchess are frequent attendees of the event, which honors the best British and foreign films of the year. This year’s show took place at Royal Albert Hall and drew a range of celebrity attendees. Advertisement
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With countless years of experience in the world of fitness, Jillian Michaels is one of those trainers you can’t not listen to. She’s done it all, from training celebrities to helping everyday people turn their lives around on The Biggest Loser. Although it’s not likely we’ll all be able to train individually with Jillian anytime
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The Burberry show in London was a double milestone: It marked designer Christopher Bailey’s last season with the British brand, and debuted a capsule collection that supports LGBTQ hubs like The Trevor Project. (The pieces are rainbow, beyond cool, and available now.) Advertisement – Continue Reading Below But some things aren’t revealed via hashtag—and usually
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When we’re looking to change up our own diet to be cleaner and healthier, it always helps to get tips from the pros out there. That’s where Leah Itsines comes in. She’s the author of the brand new e-book called Bare, which includes over 50 recipes, meal plans, and shopping lists, all of which are
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Winning a gold medal is one of the most exciting things that can happen to a person. So much so that when it comes time to celebrate, you almost can’t judge an Olympian if they go a little bit wild with their dance moves, their fist pumps, and their screams of joy. But one Olympic
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1 of 32 Amy Schumer and Chris Fischer Schumer married the celebrity chef in a secret ceremony on February 13, 2018. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 of 32 Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski The couple eloped in March 2017. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 of 32 RuPaul and Georges LeBar The longtime couple
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The Instragram fitness community is currently going crazy over the Fit Girls Guide. This program, which started as ebooks before evolving into an Instagram revolution, is aiming to flood the world with positivity while ditching fad diets and shutting down the idea that carbs are evil. The community has since grown to more than five
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It’s fuzzy. It’s funny. It’s what we’re all feeling. Enter the Anxiety Slipper, a London Fashion Week discovery that’s both prescient and Kira Kira friendly. As seen on Ashley Williams’ Fall 2018 catwalk, it’s a junior high sleepover slipper but obviously better. Besides the denser sole and Adwoa Aboah-imbued runway cred, it’s reflecting our collective
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You would think being overweight wouldn’t be so hard with this obesity epidemic raging on. The Center For Disease Control estimates that 36.5 percent of adults in the US have obesity and that 70.7 percent of adults are either obese or overweight. But the truth of the matter is that being overweight is an entirely
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Have you ever practiced something for years, performed it on a global stage—and totally screwed it up? Probably not. That’s an unhappy experience 18-year-old U.S. figure skater Nathan Chen had just a day ago at PyeongChang’s Gangneung Ice Arena. Chen’s short program was riddled with missteps, and the teenager—whom many thought a medal contender—took a
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Olympic figure skater Yuzuru Hanyu is so talented that he flawlessly earned first place on Thursday night, but his skill level isn’t the only thing that sets him apart. The 23-year-old Team Japan Olympian has a serious affinity for Winnie the Pooh, and we mean serious — it’s kind of his thing, and it’s amazing.
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Welcome to “The Perfect,” ELLE.com’s weekly roundup where we lay out exactly what you’ll need for the perfect outfit, shopping list, Saturday night, or whatever it may be. In a shopping landscape where the options are endless, consider it a complete snapshot of must-haves. With the Olympics going full-steam, we’re all daydreaming about snowcapped peaks
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In January, BITE Beauty announced that it was launching a new Astrology-inspired lipstick collection to much fanfare. We learned every sign will be getting its own shade and kicked things off with a plum-hued Aquarius. Now, the beauty brand has returned with a new shade for Pisces. The new lipstick, in that same beloved Amuse
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Taylor Ballantyne/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED To model in Sports Illustrated‘s famous swim issue is to be objectified. Readers indulge in the fantasy of wanting the women or wanting to be them—and part of that allure comes from being able to project onto photos that don’t talk back. Ebonee Davis, however, is not here to be a silent