- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Thu, Oct 10, 2013 10:26 AM EDT | Comments
Looking at Evelyn Lozada, you wouldn't guess she has a 20-year-old daughter. The "Basketball Wives" star is also a fitness expert and a fashion contributor to OK! magazine, and says "you don't have to spend a lot of money" to look youthful.
Evelyn recommends three fashion staples to help you take years off your look.
"Blazers are something that's timeless," she says. "One of the things I love for fall are the over-the-knee boots." And finally, "A nice little pump," she says. "It doesn't have to be a stiletto."
Evelyn's not a fan of the stiletto look in general. She says the one trend you shouldn't follow this season is stiletto nails. "It's just better to keep them short and pretty."
She also credits her antiaging regimen for keeping her looking younger. She uses a nutritional supplement called youthH2O Age Defying System. "It's great for your skin, it gives you energy."
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- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Wed, Oct 9, 2013 1:00 PM EDT | Comments
Alice Ripley won the Tony Award for her 2009 performance in "Next to Normal." Now she's starring in the musical remake of the classic horror tale "Carrie" at the Moore Theatre in Seattle. Alice plays Margaret, an overprotective, unbalanced mother. Given her past roles, the actress might be used to playing overly complex women.
"The last character I played on Broadway, Diana in "Next to Normal," she was a misdiagnosed bipolar schizophrenic," she says. "I think Diana was just really dramatic, but Margaret, I believe to be insane."
With the horror tale set to music, Alice admits that the story has a bit of a different tone. "The musical tone seems to be similar to 'A Nightmare on Elm Street,'" she says. "It's another world. It's a fantasy world."
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"Carrie: The Musical" begins its Seattle run on Oct. 10. Alice admits there's one thing that makes her uneasy about the production. "I am a little nervous...Read More »
Everyone's had one of those mornings. You know, when you look tired no matter how many cups of coffee you've had? Next time, put down the caffeine and pick up a spoon. Or some nude eyeliner. Beauty and lifestyle expert Emily L. Foley stopped by "Daily Shot" to share some of her favorite tips to look more awake.
If having too little sleep leaves you with under-eye puffiness, simply keep a metal spoon in the freezer in case of emergency. The next morning, lay it on any puffy areas while applying light pressure. "Whether it's allergies, whether you've been up all night, whether you've been crying all night," Emily says, "it gets rid of the puff."
Emily's second tip is to amp up the performance of cooling toner by sticking it in the refrigerator. If you suffer from all-over face puffiness, try this Hollywood-proven tip. "Spray it all over, and it totally helps you get rid of that."
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- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Tue, Oct 8, 2013 10:26 AM EDT | Comments
As a comedian, actor, writer, and producer, Jerry Seinfeld has been making people laugh for decades. But the accomplished star is also a family man. He and his wife, Jessica, have three kids together, and though she says he's the disciplinarian, Jerry begs to differ.
"I let it fly this morning," he says, after one of his kids slammed a cabinet door. "Nobody cared." Ali admits that George wishes he were revered as a disciplinarian as well. "He's not Mark Consuelos," Jerry says, referring to Kelly Ripa's husband. "Mark Consuelos can raise an entire family with one eyebrow."
They've been together nearly 15 years, and Jerry claims he and his wife have reached the point where they never argue. "I got to a point where I couldn't think of anything that mattered," Jerry says. "I used to want to be right, I used to think 'this is an important point I'm fighting for.' I don't need to win any argument."
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- Ali Wentworth | Daily Shot | Mon, Oct 7, 2013 10:06 AM EDT | Comments
Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson is known for his catchy songs like, “In Da Club” and “Candy Shop,” which have landed him numerous awards and etched him in music’s history. He’s also notorious for his troubled past, growing up in a neighborhood plagued with drugs, crime and violence. The combination made him a perfect candidate for his new gig: mentoring troubled teens on Sundance Channel’s new series, “Dream School.”
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With 3 million kids dropping out of school every year, 50 says this program removes kids from troubled environments and “puts them in a position where it’s easier for them to focus" and “allows them to just be.”
As a mentor to the kids, 50 has the chance to share his personal secrets to success. “The secret formula is developing a passion for something,” he says. “The same behaviors that got me in trouble in the beginning made me a success through music.” When he was able to channel his passions into something constructive, he got noticed.
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