Pregnant Liv Tyler and boyfriend Dave Gardner posed for the cameras while attending a party hosted by pal David Beckham and Alister Mackie to celebrate Another Man magazine at Mark’s Club on Thursday evening in London, England.
The actress, who flaunted her growing up baby bump in a sheer black dress and leggings, stayed close to her dapper beau, who looked handsome in a navy blazer and checkered dress shirt.
E! News reported about Tyler’s second pregnancy in September, and the news came soon after finding out she’s dating Gardner, Beckham’s good friend. The cute couple has been spotted out and about together multiple times during that time, from holding hands in London to being spotted jetting off to Formentera, Spain, for a romantic vacation where they were snapped kissing and cuddling.
“The most fun thing about being pregnant again is having those mom hormones flowing around. You’re more present in your body, and it’s making me a better mother for Milo,” she tells Town & Country magazine in their December issue
Tyler also gushed about her career and personal life coming together at the same time.
“I mean, for seven years I’d been saying I wanted to do an HBO show with an ensemble cast. And I wanted a house in the country. And getting to have another child? If you knew me well, they were the things my heart longed for. And they all came together, like a speeding freight train, in one year.”
And although she’s posed in front of the camera with her man, Tyler keeps the details of her relationship with Gardner under wraps. “If we were girlfriends I would,” she coyly told the author when asked to gush about Gardner.
From Morocco to Ethiopia to Kenya, Africa is awash in small farms, manned by an impassioned group of activists dedicated to preserving local traditions. This year, coffee company Lavazza , in partnership with the Slow Food movement, has created a 2015 calendar to honor the African men and women who work the land and defend both their local industries, and their traditions.
Lavazza tapped U.S. photographer Steve McCurry, who traveled across the continent taking portraits of Africa’s most dedicated food activists.
Andrew Wanyonyi Sikanga (pictured) is one such activist. A salt producer from western Kenya, Sikanga is also a member of the Nabuyole self-help group, an association that produces salt from an aquatic plant. Sikanga uses a unique technique that involves extracting salt from the wild reeds found on the banks of the Nzoia Rive. For more on this post visit CNN
CBS has pulled the plug on The Queen Latifah Show while in the middle of it’s second season. The talk show host got the bad news Friday morning, November 21. Production will stop immediately, according to TMZ
No specific reason was given by the higher-ups for the cancellation, but it’s probably ratings related..
Latifah thanked her staff via a letter. A copy of it was posted on her Instagram account.
Latifah is multi-talented and a great entertainer. We’re sure she’ll land another gig soon.
Beyonce has the internet jumping with her new music video for “7/11.” The song is one of two new tracks off of the re-release of her 2013 self-titled album. Enjoy the clip below.
Check out the teaser for Eminem’s “Guts Over Fear” music video featuring Sia. This is off of Em’s forthcoming compilation album, SHADYXV. The video will premiere on November 24, the same day the album drops.
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Cher has canceled the rest of her Dressed to Kill concert tour while she recovers from an infection, her publicist announced in a statement on Thursday (Nov. 20).
The 68-year-old singer and performer completed 49 dates since her tour began in March before taking a scheduled break in July. Shortly before returning in September, she was struck by an infection that affected kidney function. Cher’s doctors have recommended she take more time to rest for a complete recovery, the statement said.
“I am totally devastated. Nothing like this has ever happened to me,” Cher said in the statement. “I cannot apologize enough to all the fans who bought tickets. I’m so proud of this show. It is my best ever. I sincerely hope that we can come back again next year and finish what we started.”
The affected shows were scheduled through Feb. 4 in 22 cities, including Washington, D.C., New York City, Boston, Toronto and Chicago.Ticketholders can receive refunds from their point of purchase.