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7 de mayo de 2015

Throwback Photos of Kylie Jenner Before Her Face Changed

The youngest Kardashian-Jenner sibling has revamped her look over the last few years. Check out her transformation and decide whether it’s makeup, fillers, or a little bit of both.


In 2003, little Kylie was just 7 years old. If her famous family allowed her to get lip injections that young, they’re a lot crazier than we thought.

Get a good, close look.


Here she is at 9 years old, still innocent.


In 2008, Kylie was 11, which means she was way too busy worrying about boys and training bras to even consider contouring.


It’s 2009 and those lips are still lookin’ mighty thin.


By 2010 someone had gotten hold of the lip liner.


When Kylie was 14, she started rocking bright lip colors.


In 2012, the teen said “fuck it” and went au naturel.


Flash forward to December 2013 and something is looking a bit plump. This is also the year she became best friends with her blush brush.


In February 2014, we noticed the lips were filled out a bit, but that’s nothing to be alarmed over. For a Valentine’s Day kiss, perhaps?

Then May, 2014 came along and HOLY LIPS, WHAT ARE THOSE THINGS?!

We can’t look away.

What is even happening here.


The Gossip Table has more on Kylie’s new look.                      

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10 de abril de 2015

Throwback Thursday Photo: Bradley Steven Perry & Sabrina Carpenter At Disneyland Resort April 9, 2015

“Mighty Med” star Bradley Steven Perry was giving his girlfriend Sabrina Carpenter a piggyback ride in this oh-so-nice picture that he shared on his Instagram account on Thursday (April 9, 2015).

Throwing it back to the time he and “Girl Meets World” starlet spent time at Disneyland Resort, Mr. Perry wrote:

#tbt to Disneyland

Happy times!

In other news for Miss Sabrina, she mentioned to watch for another video on her YouTube account today (April 10):

Look out for another new video treat on my YouTube tomorrow… Might even be a new song

YAY – YAY – YAY!!!

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25 de diciembre de 2014

Hallmark Channel News: These Salvador Dali Christmas cards outraged Hallmark shoppers in 1960

Surrealism and Christmas cards are a strange combination, as artist Salvador Dali proved in 1960. Hallmark began reproducing the paintings and designs of contemporary artists on its Christmas cards in the late 1940s, an initiative that was led by company founder Joyce Clyde Hall. The art of Pablo Picasso, Paul Cezanne, Paul Gauguin, Vincent Van Gogh and Georgia O’Keeffe all took a turn on Hallmark’s Christmas cards. Or a Christmas tree made of butterflies on a barren plane: Hall’s mission was noble: Sharing artistic masterpieces with average Americans. “So, through the ‘unsophisticated art’ of greeting cards, the world’s greatest masters were shown to millions of people who might otherwise not have been exposed to them,” Hall wrote in his autobiography. By 1959, Dali had agreed to join the fold, with several stipulations. He asked for $15,000 in cash in advance for 10 greeting card designs, with no suggestions from Hallmark for the subject or medium, no deadline and no royalties. Though very popular at the time, Dali was known for his eccentric behavior and publicity stunts. He was frequently involved with commercial work later in his life, and his demands for payment got larger with time. For Alejandro Jodorosky’s “Dune,” for example, a sci-fi extravaganza that was planned but never made in the 1970s, Dali demanded $100,000 an hour to play the emperor of the universe, since that would make him the highest paid actor in Hollywood. The filmmakers agreed to employ him for an hour and planned to use a robot to film the rest of his scenes. Dali eventually submitted 10 images to Hallmark, mostly Surrealist renditions of the Christmas tree and the Holy Family. While the images are striking and beautiful, they show that Surrealism and Christmas cards are strange bedfellows. Some of the images are vaguely unsettling – for example, this headless angel playing a lute: Or this scene of the three wise men, which is fairly serene except for an extremely dramatic camel: Unsettling imagery was, perhaps, to be expected. The whole point of Surrealism was to shake up the conscious mind by juxtaposing irrational images and concepts, in an effort to release the creative potential of the subconscious — not exactly Hallmark's typical mission. Hallmark felt that only two of the 10 designs might have public appeal. The images below, "The Nativity" and "Madonna and Child," were put in to production. Dali’s surrealist take on Christmas proved a bit too avant garde for the average greeting card buyer. While his images would have been wildly successful in an art gallery, in the card aisle they caused a public outcry, Doug Storer, a radio producer, talent agent and writer, wrote in the Evening Independent in 1981. Hallmark ultimately pulled the cards from the racks. The several hundred Dali Hallmark cards that are still in existence have become rare collectors’ items. Read More:

30 de enero de 2014

Throwback Thursday Photos: Bella Thorne With Remy Thorne And Dani Thorne January 30, 2014

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Bella Thorne mentioned with this adorable photo that she posted on Thursday (January 30, 2014): This Thursday I’m throwing it wayyyy back.

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Her mom (Tamara Thorne) posted this one of Bella with her siblings Dani Thorne and Remy Thorne and said: TBT @dani_thorne @bellathorne @theremythorne22 Great Throwback Thursday pics!!!! So sweet!

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Love It Up News: Season 2 Episode 8: CUTE: Debby Ryan, Dove Cameron and Laura Marano Congratulate Zendaya.

How sweet! Last night after Zendaya picked up a Kid’s Choice Award for Favorite TV Star, her fellow nominees, Debby Ryan, Dove Cameron an...