• By: Ivy Jacobson for TheBump.com

    ZimbioDrew Barrymore and Will Kopelman's brood just expanded! Although Drew's second pregnancy was basically the most fun thing to hear about (pasta and Chinese food pregnancy cravings around the clock, anyone?), we're so excited that she had another baby girl today, because she's just the best. To illustrate that point, the tomboyish name of the couple's newborn will definitely make her the toughest and coolest little gal on the playground.

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    "Happy to announce that today we are the proud parents of our second daughter, Frankie Barrymore Kopelman," Drew and Will told People. "Olive has a new little sister, and everyone is healthy and happy!"

    I'm really trying to keep my Drew-gushing to a minimum, but I feel like only she would choose such unique girls' names that really complement one another. (Olive and Frankie sounds like the name of a really hip restaurant, doesn't it? Or bookstore? Or coffee shop?)

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  • Amy Schlinger

    Courtesy of AdidasCourtesy of AdidasWe're not surprised that we're jonesing to go on a run right now -- after all, we just watched both Rita Jeptoo and Meb Keflezighi break personal records along the 26.2-mile course at today's running of the Boston Marathon. (Check out all the photo highlights from the race here.) While we won't be racking up sub-five-minute miles anytime soon -- or even qualify to run Boston -- we feel the need to get in on the action. Here, three sneaks that celebrate today's 118th Boston Marathon -- so you can celebrate your next 500 miles on the road, too.

    - adidas Energy Boost: An official sponsor of today's race, Adidas not only created the official apparel for race day, but also launched the #weallrunboston campaign -- a program which we totally support in advance of the Boston Marathon. And this pair of adidas Energy Boosts, pictured above, don the Twitter handles of those who participated and were worn exclusively by TODAY show host Natalie Morales for the race. While you

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  • by Jacqueline Risser

    Getty ImagesGetty ImagesCameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, Kate Upton, and Nicki Minaj all hit up the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of their movie, The Other Woman, last night. (Remember when we caught them filming?) And we're having a hard time over here selecting our favorite look out of the gorgeous foursome.

    We love this subdued sexy -- well, subdued for Nicki Minaj, at least, right?) Steven McQueen cream tight dress on the songstress/rapper that shows off every single bit of her curves.

    Then we've got Leslie looking so pretty in this juicy Monique Lhuillier bustier and skirt that revealed just a sliver of her abs. So on trend, Les!

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    Cameron brought the sexy, too, in a wardrobe-malfunction-prone plunging LBD that left very little of her chest to the imagination.

    And finally, Kate Upton brought total Marilyn Monroe glam, flashing legs in an embellished Dolce and Gabbana strapless mini.

    So let's say you were starring in film with a few

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  • by SELF Staffers

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    Warm weather's around the corner, and with that, the thought of soaking up the vitamin D with a cold, creamy treat in hand. (Can't you just hear the ice cream man's jingle?) Well, here's news for you sweet tooths: a couple wacky new flavors are coming out soon that might pique your interest. Because after all, Plain Jane vanilla's just boring, right?

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    Haagen-Dazs is taking the idea of "eating your veggies" to a whole new level with a line of quirky veggie ice cream flavors, including tomato-cherry and carrot-orange. They'll contain about half the milk fat (8.5%) as their traditional ice cream flavors, so you could say it's marginally healthier?? Sadly for you adventurous eaters, they're not out till May -- and only in Japan.

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    In other cool-treat news, TCBY will launch a new coconutmilk fro-yo this Thursday at locations nationwide. It's a flavor anyone -- even those with dietary

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  • If you blow, pick, or pluck your nose, you're not doing yourself any favors. And that's just one body part!
    By Markham Heid, Men's Health

    You're blowing it! Every time you shoot snot into a tissue when you're sick, you're generating loads of "intranasal pressure" that pushes oozy fluid into the sinus pockets located below your eyes, reveals research from the University of Virginia.

    Forcing mucous back into your sinuses creates pressure, messes with nasal ventilation and drainage, and could lead to infections, the study authors say. So instead of actively trying to force all that junk out of your sick nose, you're better off just wiping away the snot as it runs out, the study suggests.

    Here are seven more health flubs you didn't realize you were making.

    PLUS: Don't think getting a physical is worth it? It's just one of the 7 Nagging Health Problems You Shouldn't Ignore.

    You hold in your farts.

    Suppressing gas may increase the pressure in your colon, which pushes out

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  • Daniel Franzese in 2013. Photo: Rebecca Sapp/WireImageA decade after his “Mean Girls” portrayal of Damian, the high-school outsider who was “almost too gay to function,” actor Daniel Franzese has come out in real life — by penning a poignant letter to the beloved character he played.

    “I was twenty-six; you were sixteen. You were proud of who you were; I was an insecure actor,” he wrote in the letter, shared exclusively with IndieWire. “You became an iconic character that people looked up to; I wished I’d had you as a role model when I was younger. It might've been easier to be gay growing up…

    “So, why the hell did it take me so long to come out of the closet?” Franzese, now 35, asks. “Here’s why: When I first became an actor, I wanted to play lots of roles — Guidos, gangsters and goombahs were my specialty.  So, would I be able to play all of those parts after portraying a sensitive, moisturizing, Ashton Kutcher-loving, pink-shirt-wearing kid? I was optimistic. Hollywood? Not so much. I was meeting a ‘gay glass ceiling’ in casting.”


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  • by Alexandra Samuel

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    Emma Watson may have looked gorgeous in head-to-toe rose Narciso Rodriguez at the Tribeca Film Festival Sunday (very Easter appropriate, don't you think?), but the real must-try from her look was her (possibly) unpolished -- or just buffed -- toes.

    In fact, we'd bet the super-clean look is going to be huge this summer.

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    Here's a better look at her clear-polish pedi. (Maybe no pedi? You be the judge.)

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    Want Watson's buff look? Here are some steps to take so you don't spend your summer getting your feet fixed in a pedi chair.

    First, get in the habit of keeping rough patches at a minimum: Avon Foot Works Beautiful Dual Action Pedi-Peel, $6, are like your fave peel pads for your face, just stronger. Use them a few times a week to melt away -- and prevent -- calluses and ragged cuticles. Tip: Prep feet with a pumice stone the first few times you use the pads for maximum exfoliation.

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  • Although Dove's "Real Beauty" and "True Beauty" campaigns have helped the brand become one of the best-known names in the industry over the last few years, some people think that their most recent ad — for a "beauty patch" that ended up being a self-esteem test — went a little bit too far.

    And a few of those people – comedians Lauren Adams, Emily Altman, Langan Kingsley, and Livia Scott  – have created a parody of Dove's latest commercial. The video was produced by the online comedy network Above Average, which Altman – who wrote the spot – used to work for. Above Average tweeted the video out to their nearly 14,000 Twitter followers this morning and have already watched the video go viral.

    If you saw the beauty patch video, this parody will look very familiar. It features a woman in a white lab coat asking regular women how they feel about the way they look. The 'doctor' then leaves, and the women are left alone in an empty room with a mirror to look into. When they look into the

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  • by Alexandra Samuel


    Olivia Wilde may be eight months pregnant, but that's not stopping the Revlon ambassador from looking unbelievably gorgeous last week at the 2014 Revlon Concert For The Rainforest Fund.

    The mama-to-be was a total knockout last night in a floor length black dress, with a low, messy bun (not her first!) and, perhaps most importantly, show-stopping smoky eyes.

    Here's a close-up look at that glamness.


    Dang, right?! Olivia is literally smokin'.

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    The secret to modern twist on dark lids is blending your go-to black shade with a creamy gray, like NARS Cosmetics Cream Eyeshadow in Lili Marlene, $25 -- it'll soften it up. Add a bonus ethereal touch by applying pale shimmer to brow bones and inner corners of eyes.

    Finish by using a liquid liner marker (try Smashbox Limitless Liner Pen in Jet Black, $22) creating a super subtle cat eye on your top lid (here's how to make it easy), then line the waterline of your

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  • At REALM Charter School in Berkeley, California, if you don't have a library, you build one.

    The eighth-grade students studying architecture and design at the middle school saw a need for a new learning facility, drafted their plans, and raised over $78,000 for construction. Now, they're building it from the ground up with their own hands and creative vision.


    The new addition is part of a program called Project H, and, according to its director Emily Pilloton, the project is not only about adding infrastructure to the relatively new school, but opening up a place for exploration and discovery. After surveying students and teachers to discover the needs of the facility, Pilloton and her students concluded that a library was their greatest necessity.

    "There were some students who said, 'We don't have a library period,'" Pilloton tells the Good News Blog. "But there were others who said, 'We don't have a place to explore. We don't have a place to relax. We don't have a place of

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