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Denise Richards is famous for her sex appeal, but the mom-of-three wishes she hadn’t surgically altered her body. Richards wrote about her youthful misstep for iVillage.
“At 19 when I first got my breasts done, I wish that I was confident enough with my body to not have had surgery,” Richards writes in her blog entry on parenting. “That is something that I really want to encourage in my daughters, to embrace their healthy bodies and have confidence.”
The 40-year-old actress notes that she’s been open about having had several breast augmentation surgeries. She adds, “That's all I've had done and all that I plan to do.”
Richards, who writes of struggling to promote a healthy body image for her girls “in a business where looks and weight do matter," has two daughters with ex Charlie Sheen – Sam, 7, and Lola, 6 – and an adopted baby girl, Eloise.
Bruce Willis is going to be a dad again! The 56-year-old actor and his wife, model Emma Heming Willis, are expecting their first child together.
Willis’ spokesperson confirmed that the baby is due early next year.
Bruce and 35-year-old Emma "are overjoyed with this news and they look forward to welcoming this newest addition into their family," reads a statement from the rep.
The action star and the model married in Turks & Caicos in March of 2009.
The upcoming bundle of joy will be Bruce’s fourth child. The actor has three daughters with ex-wife Demi Moore: Rumer, 23, Scout, 20, and Tallulah Belle, 17.
As we head into the 2012 election, one of the questions many in the industry are asking is whether the President has lost his Hollywood support.
As Kareen Wynter reports in this video, stars like Matt Damon and Melissa Etheridge haven't been kind with their observations of President Obama's term in office. Now we can add filmmaker Michael Moore to that list.
We knew he was set to produce "Twelve Years A Slave", but now Brad Pitt may be getting some starring action as well.
According to The Playlist, Pitt will have a role in the film, which is being produced by his Plan B production company. Steve McQueen is at the helm, and Pitt's "Inglourious Basterds" co-star Michael Fassbender is also part of the cast.
The role of Solomon Northup, whose 1853 autobiography the film is based on, will be played by "Salt" and "American Gangster" actor Chiwetel Ejiofor.The movie will chronicle the years that Northup, who was an educated and married free black New Yorker, spent as a slave after being kidnapped in Washington, D.C.
Grace Kelly will be inspiring moviegoers once again with an upcoming film dedicated to the actress-turned-princess. According to the Hollywood Reporter, “Grace of Monaco” is a go.
Producer Pierre-Ange Le Pogam has acquired the script titled “Grace of Monaco,” and insiders say there’s plenty of interest from directors who want to helm the project. Despite the subject, the movie isn’t a biopic, as it focuses on a short period of Kelly’s life. Those in the know say it’s comparable to “The King’s Speech.”
Arash Amel’s script centers on a dramatic six months in 1962 when France was fighting financial haven Monaco over tax issues. The film highlights Kelly’s role in saving the city-state from France’s agenda.
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