Britney Spears: I Want A Daughter

On May 15, 2013, in Celeb, by ayesha

While she adores her two sons, Sean Preston, 7, and Jayden James, 6, popstar Britney Spears says she’d love to have a daughter one day.

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While she adores her two sons, Sean Preston, 7, and Jayden James, 6, popstar Britney Spears says she’d love to have a daughter one day.

During an interview with Mario Lopez on Extra, the host said he was “very jealous” that she has boys. In response, Britney said, “Awww, I want a girl!”

“Oh, you do want a girl! So later on, maybe a little girl?” he asked, to which she replied simply, “Yes!”

In the meantime, Britney says her boys might be walking in mama’s famous footsteps one day.

“They do like attention, so I think they would probably be good in the limelight,” she laughed. “We’re taking baby steps right now as far as agencies and stuff go, but they’re little comedians, so we’ll see.”

The singer is currently working on a new album produced by will.i.am, with whom she collaborated on the hit song Scream & Shout.

“[Will] is so talented. He keeps it so fresh and so interesting,” she shared. “We’ve done like two songs so far, and we have so much fun in the studio.”

And she’s getting geared up for her upcoming show in Las Vegas. “I’m excited,” she said. “I love Vegas any time I get to go there, so I’m excited, I’m pumped. I haven’t done a show in a really long time, so it’ll be fun.”

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Hilary Farr On Mean Homeowners, Hoarders, And Famous Homes She’d Love Or List

On May 15, 2013, in Article, Celeb, eBooks, General, Movies, Music, Videos, by nadia

Hilary Farr, designer and co-host of Love It or List It, chatted with VH1 Celebrity about the show, which is the highly addictive HGTV program where her and David Visentin go into homes to homeowners decide whether their current place is right for them.

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Hilary Farr, designer and co-host of Love It or List It, chatted with VH1 Celebrity about the show, which is the highly addictive HGTV program where her and David Visentin go into homes to homeowners decide whether their current place is right for them. Now on her fifth season, Farr opens about the homeowners, who always have something to say to the designer, the worst homes she had to renovate and hoarders. 

VH1 Celebrity: It seems that many homes have serious structural issues that you have to deal with. Should we be concerned about the housing code in Canada?

Hilary Farr: First of all, hang on a minute. Generally we are talking about structural issues once I start to take down walls that were meant to stay there. Right? So that’s a big issue. We get into these older homes where I want to take down a wall that was never meant to come down. So the house was built perfectly well thank you very much then I’m starting to mess around with it. That’s where we come up with issues because the code was obviously a lot more loosey-goosey a hundred years ago or even forty years ago or even probably twenty years ago than it is now. There are requirements now that weren’t even in existence in older homes.

Having said that, some of the newer builds, there’s no question. A couple that we have come across that are twenty years old, which is not really old. There have been some negative builders out there. But nothing has fallen down yet.

You once had to go on a roof deck to tell the homeowners that the deck could collapse at any time. Couldn’t you have told them from inside?

You know what I hadn’t thought of that but thanks for bringing it up. I will add danger money to my contract.

Are you always surprised by the homeowners reactions when you give them bad news?

Well I don’t necessarily expect them to understand or realize there are issues to the extent I do or we ultimately discover. I do expect them to go, “That’s interesting. How are we going to solve that?”, as opposed to railing at me for the fact that their houses are sub standard in some way. It’s always a surprise to me. The anger, the disappointment and all of those other things that come into play. But then again I always have this little sort of moment of forgiveness in that they lived in these houses for quite awhile and it seemed perfectly fine to them and you do get used to deficiencies. I think we all do at some point. And I come in and I rip it apart and then I give them bad news and they’re on camera when I give it to them.

Has there ever been a homeowner that you wanted to yell back at?

This is why we have editors.

You’re always very composed.

I mostly am cause of two reasons. One, certainly at this point, I am so used to it and I’m almost expecting it. I am almost shocked if I get a calm, normal reaction. So that’s one part of it. The other part of it is that really it doesn’t matter how angry they are, or how insulting, or how annoying. I know that I don’t have to be best friends with these people. I simply have to make the house work, win the day, win my points, my wins against David. That alone makes it worthwhile. I really just have to get on with the job. I have learned not to take it personally.

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Catt Sadler: “Having It All” Means Not Everything Has To Be Perfect

On May 15, 2013, in Celeb, by ayesha

Catt Sadler knows plenty about beauty and fashion as she’s always in the makeup chair getting glammed up herself for her E! News hosting gig

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Catt Sadler knows plenty about beauty and fashion as she’s always in the makeup chair getting glammed up herself for her E! News hosting gig. The mom-of-two recently shared her styling tips with Celebrity Baby Scoop – and revealed how people can enter the contest she’s hosting for 3M Lint Rollers. The winner of the “Best First Impression Outfit” will receive $5000 for a wardrobe makeover and an online style session with Catt herself!

CBS: What basics should every woman have in their closet?

CS: Every woman should have a nude pair of classic pumps, a little black dress, a black blazer, a motorcycle leather jacket, and a classic all-white button down blouse.

CBS: As host of E! News Weekend – how do you juggle your career with motherhood?  Can women really have it all?

CS: I do it by realizing there is no such thing as perfect, having an immense amount of support and focusing on the present moment. When I’m at work, I’m fully present at work. When I’m with my children, the phone is down and I’m concentrating on them. That is what keeps me sane and makes me feel like things are balanced and manageable. I believe that women can have it all as long as they know that “having it all” means that not everything has to be perfect.

CBS: Can you share some glam squad secrets for the woman who wants to look her best?

CS: First and foremost, scour for highs and lows when you are shopping. Take the time to find those trendy, seasonal buys for cheaper prices. If you are going to splurge, make sure those investment pieces are timeless such as Prada shoes or a Celine bag – something that you can pass onto your granddaughter and have for a lifetime.

Second, always get a last look when you are leaving the house. Make sure those fly-away hairs are sprayed down, there’s no lipstick on your teeth, and if you’re like me and you have three cats, you always want your Scotch Brite Printed Lint Roller nearby.

The last one I would say is to heed Coco Chanel’s advice and take off one accessory. You don’t need to wear all of your beautiful things at once!

CBS: Tell us about the 3M Lint Rollers contest to win a $5,000 makeover. How do we participate?

CS: The Scotch Brite “First Impressions” photo contest is super fun and easy. All you need to do is go to the Scotch Brite Facebook page and upload your best first impression snapshot in one of three categories: casual Friday, Happy Hour or impress your boss. Accompany that with a few sentences and you are entered to win. The contest goes through May 31 and then in early June the judges will narrow it down to 15 finalists. From there, the public is encouraged to vote for their favorites, which will narrow it down to 3 and then I will pick a winner who will receive a $5,000 wardrobe makeover and an online style consultation with me!

CBS: What is the most expensive fashion item that you own?

CS: My Balenciaga black leather motorcycle jacket inspired by Kate Moss!

CBS: Do your boys Arion, 8, and Austin, 12, have any interest in being fashionable? What are they into?

CS: Yes, they do actually and in very different ways. Austin, my oldest, is pretty simple in his dress but he’s particular with what he wears. He’s in middle school so he’s very aware of putting his best foot forward, making a good first impression at school. So, he’s very particular when he gets dressed, there are only a few things he will wear and he’ll wear them over and over again. There are only a few things he feels comfortable and cool in.

And then Arion is very fashionable and has this incredible, organic sense of style. He rocks totally original looks. For example, he’ll wear two different socks and mix and match prints. He loves color and he’s a walking piece of artwork. I don’t know how it works but he makes it look really cute!

In terms of what they are into, Austin is fanatical about making movies. He writes scripts with his friends and all of his best buddies act in the movies they make and then post to his YouTube channel. Every free moment he gets, he’s making his next movie from start to finish (editing, graphics, etc!)

Arion is into any sport that involves a ball. He’s very good at basketball for an 8-year old. He’s also a baseball pitcher. And I have them both playing the piano!

CBS: Please share some of your favorite motherhood moments

CS: Bedtime is one of our most meaningful times of the day. As corny as it sounds, I’ve been singing to my kids before they go to bed since they were babies. They still haven’t’ quite outgrown it and they actually make requests like, “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” or “Amazing Grace.”

CBS: What is a typical day for you like?

CS: There is no such thing as a typical day. Every day of the week can be different depending on what my E! News assignments are. A light day could be coming in mid-morning, going over scripts, going to the voiceover booth, going to hair and makeup, taping on set, etc. Another day could start with an 8AM interview so I’ll have my husband take the kids to school so I can show up early, go to hair and makeup, prep for the interview, go out into the field to shoot the interview and then rush back to do the news. The only typical thing is that I am on set between 1 and 4PM actually taping the news. It makes my life very exciting!

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