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Rihanna Shuts Down Halloween As Only She Can—and Debuts Fall’s Must-Have Lip Color

Rihanna Shuts Down Halloween As Only She Can—and Debuts Fall’s Must-Have Lip Color

NOVEMBER 1, 2018 12:09 PM

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A true style chameleon, Rihanna is a sight to behold every day of the year. But even the Bad Gal herself has to outdo, well, herself on Halloween—and last night at a party in London, the Grammy-winning singer, fashion designer, and beauty mogul put her signature twist on the holiday with an equal parts spine-chilling and va-va-voom look.

A mash-up only the 30-year-old pop star could pull off, her costume was an amalgam of traditional skull makeup—punctuated by a fluorescent pink complexion with hyper-hallowed cheeks and a cascade of raven lengths—and the smoke-show swagger of Catwoman. Her Technicolor beauty look offset the iconic character’s uniform of a jet-black, second-skin PVC bustier and hot pants, replete with slinky evening gloves and plastic feline frames.

A visual feast for the eyes, it was hard to know where to ogle first, but beyond the beauty renegade’s more theatrical flourishes was a rich lip color ripe for real-world application. As autumnal feeling as a glass of Bordeaux wine, an accessory RiRi might, say, walk out of a restaurant with, her deep maroon pout (perhaps the product of a yet-to-be-released Fenty Beauty offering) was not only in line with the evening’s noir undercurrents, but it also perfectly complemented the fall’s lush palette of earthy hues.

 

The lesson that goes well beyond Halloween night? A swipe of a dark, moody matte is a must for every card-carrying lipstick enthusiast this season. Because let’s not forget: What RiRi says—and does—goes.

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The Best Celebrity Engagement Rings of All Time

The Best Celebrity Engagement Rings of All Time

October 19, 2018 5:30 PM

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These stunning celebrity engagement rings prove that a diamond—if not a marriage—is forever. Engagement rings have not always been all about the diamond: Roman brides were given a gold ring to wear in public and an iron ring to wear at home. In the 1700s, simple poesy rings were popular in Europe, while in New England, Puritan men—shunning frivolous rings—were thought to have given thimbles to their betrothed (though women often cut off the tops and wore them as rings anyway). Fast-forward to 1947 and De Beers’s famous slogan, “A diamond is forever.” The rest is history. Now we have everything from Elizabeth Taylor’s 33-carat diamond from Richard Burton (though it was just a gift, not an engagement bauble) to Kim Kardashian West’s 15-carat diamond from Kanye and Olivia Wilde’s brilliant emerald from Jason Sudeikis—ring inspiration galore from some of the dazzling gems sported by stars.

1. Ariana Grande

The fiancé: Pete Davidson

The ring: A three-carat pear-shaped diamond from jeweler Greg Yuna

The price: Nearly $100,000

The proposal: June 2018

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2. Hailey Baldwin

The fiancé: Justin Bieber

The ring: A six to 10 carat oval diamond by Solow & Co.

The proposal: July 2018

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3. Cardi B

The fiancé: Offset

The ring: An eight-carat tear-shaped diamond

The price: $500,000

The marriage: September 2017

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4. Charlotte Casiraghi

The fiancé: Dimitri Rassam

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5. Paris Hilton

The fiancé: Chris Zylka

The ring: A twenty carat tear-drop diamond by jeweler Michael Greene

The price: $2 million

The proposal: January 2018

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6. Princess Eugenie of York

The fiancé: Jack Brooksbank

The ring: A padparadscha sapphire surrounded by diamonds

The proposal: January 2018

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7. Emily Ratajkowski

The fiancé: Sebastian Bear-McClard

The ring: Two pear and square cut diamonds with a gold band, designed by Ratajkowski

The marriage: February 2018

Photo: Courtesy of Emily Ratajkowski / @emrata

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8. Meghan Markle

The fiancé: Prince Harry

The proposal: November 2017

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9. Pippa Middleton

The fiancé: James Matthews

The ring: A large asscher-cut diamond surrounded by a cluster of smaller diamonds.

The price: An estimated £200,000

The proposal: July 2016

The marriage May 2017

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10. Kim Kardashian West

The fiancé: Kanye West

The ring: A 15-carat D, flawless cushion-cut diamond from jeweler Lorraine Schwartz.

The price: An estimated $2 million

The proposal: October 2013

The marriage: May 2014

Photo Courtesy of Kim Kardashian / @kimkardashian

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11. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

The fiancé: Jason Statham

The ring: A classic large center stone flanked by micro-pavé-set diamonds

The price: An estimated $350,000

The proposal: January 2016

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12. Miranda Kerr

The fiancé: Evan Spiegel

The ring: A round brilliant cut diamond flanked by tapered baguettes on a platinum band.

The price: An estimated $75,000 to $100,000

The proposal: July 2016

The marriage: May 2017

Photo: Courtesy of Miranda Kerr / @mirandakerr

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13. Eva Longoria

The fiancé: José Antonio Bastón

The ring: A ruby center stone surrounded by diamonds.

The proposal: January 2016

The marriage: May 2016

Photo Courtesy of Eva Longoria / @evalongoria

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14. Lady Gaga

The fiancé: Taylor Kinney

The ring: A 6-carat heart-shaped diamond from jeweler Lorraine Schwartz.

The price: An estimated $500,000

The proposal: February 2015

Called off: July 2016

Photo Courtesy of Lady Gaga / @ladygaga

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15. Kate Middleton

The fiancé: Prince William

The ring: The 18-carat oval sapphire surrounded by 14 diamonds that Lady Diana Spencer wore when she was engaged to Prince Charles.

The price: An estimated £300,000

The proposal: October 2010

The marriage: April 2011

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16. Blake Lively

The fiancé: Ryan Reynolds

The ring: A 12-carat oval-cut diamond with micro-pavé band.

The price: An estimated $2 million

The proposal: unknown

The marriage: September 2012

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17. Jessica Biel

The fiancé: Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake

The ring: A 6-carat diamond flanked by aquamarine stones set in blackened platinum that Timberlake codesigned.

The price: An estimated $130,000

The proposal: December 2011

The marriage: October 2012

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18. Beyoncé

The fiancé: Jay Z

The ring: A reported 18-carat center diamond set on a split shank.

The price: An estimated $5 million

The marriage: April 2008

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19. Mariah Carey

The fiancé: James Packer

The ring: A 35-carat emerald-cut diamond set in platinum by designer Wilfredo Rosado.

The price: An estimated $10 million

The proposal: January 2016

The marriage: Called off in October 2016

Photo: Splash

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20. Sofia Vergara

The fiancé: Joe Manganiello

The ring: A reported 7-carat cushion-cut diamond with a micro-pavé halo.

The price: An estimated $500,000

The proposal: December 2014

The marriage: November 2015

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21. Angelina Jolie

The fiancé: Brad Pitt

The ring: A total 16-carat ring that took Pitt, along with jeweler Robert Procop, a year to design.

The price: An estimated $500,000

The proposal: April 2012

The marriage: August 2014

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22. Amal Clooney

The fiancé: George Clooney

The ring: An ethically mined emerald-cut 7-carat diamond with two tapered baguettes.

The price: An estimated $750,000

The proposal: April 2014

The marriage: September 2014

Photo: Getty Images

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23. Mary-Kate Olsen

The couple: Mary-Kate Olsen and Olivier Sarkozy

The ring: An antique Cartier ring with a European-cut 4-carat diamond surrounded by 16 sapphires.

The price: An estimated $81,000

The proposal: February 2014

The marriage: November 2015

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24. Elizabeth Taylor

The fiancé: Michael Todd

The ring: An almost 30-carat emerald cut diamond.

Sale price at 2011 auction : $3.7 million

The marriage: February 1957

The divorce: March 1958

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25. Jennifer Aniston

The fiancé: Justin Theroux

The ring: A reported 8-carat radiant-cut diamond.

The price: An estimated $500,000

The proposal: August 2012

The marriage: August 2015

Photo: Getty Images

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26. Anne Hathaway

The fiancé: Adam Shulman

The ring: A reported 6-carat emerald-cut diamond from Kwiat.

The price: An estimated $150,000

The marriage: September 2012

Photo: Getty Images

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27. Heidi Klum

The fiancé: Seal

The ring: A 10-carat canary yellow center diamond set in a gold band of pavé diamonds.

The price: An estimated $150,000

The marriage: May 2005

The divorce: October 2014

Photo: Getty Images

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28. Natalie Portman

The fiancé: Benjamin Millepied

The ring: A conflict-free diamond ring set in recycled platinum designed by jeweler Jamie Wolf.

The price: An estimated $200,000

The marriage: August 2012

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29. Kate Moss

The fiancé: Jamie Hince

The ring: A custom creation inspired by sketches of the ring F. Scott Fitzgerald gave to wife Zelda.

The price: An estimated £67,000

The proposal: January 2010

The marriage: July 2011

The divorce: 2016

Photographed by Mario Testino, Vogue, September 2011

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30. Olivia Wilde

The fiancé: Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis

The ring: A brilliant-cut diamond surrounded by a halo of emeralds.

The proposal: January 2013

Photo: Getty Images

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31. Scarlett Johansson

The couple: Romain Dauriac

The ring: An Art Deco ring with three prominent diamonds surrounded by smaller diamonds.

The marriage: October 2014

The divorce: 2017

Photo: Getty Images

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32. Leighton Meester

The fiancé: Adam Brody

The ring: A 4-carat cushion-cut diamond in a rose-gold band.

The proposal: November 2013

The marriage: February 2014

Photo: Getty Images

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33. Gabrielle Union

The fiancé: Dwyane Wade

The ring: An 8.5-carat cushion-cut diamond from Jason of Beverly Hills.

The price: An estimated $1 million

The proposal: December 2013

The marriage: August 2014

Photo: Getty Images

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34. Alexis Bledel

The fiancé: Vincent Kartheiser

The ring: A vintage-inspired octagonal diamond ring.

The price: An estimated $80,000

The proposal: March 2013

The marriage: June 2014

Photo: Getty Images

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35. Kate Bosworth

The fiancé: Michael Polish

The ring: A square-cut diamond

The proposal: August 2012

The marriage: August 2013

Photo: Courtesy of Kate Bosworth / @katebosworth

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36. Camila Alves

The fiancé: Matthew McConaughey

The ring: A rose-cut diamond with smaller diamonds on either side.

The proposal: December 2011

The marriage: June 2012

Photo: Getty Images

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37. Drew Barrymore

The fiancé: Will Kopelman

The ring: A nearly 4-carat radiant-cut diamond from Graff.

The price: An estimated $80,000

The marriage: June 2012

The divorce: August 2016

Photo: Getty Images

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38. Kate Hudson

The fiancé: Matt Bellamy

The ring: A classic emerald-cut diamond with tapered baguettes on either side.

The price: An estimated $200,000

The proposal: April 2011

Called off: 2014

Photo: Getty Images

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39. Elizabeth Hurley

The fiancé: Shane Warne

The ring: An approximately 9-carat center blue sapphire with diamonds on the side set in platinum.

The price: An estimated $100,000

The proposal: September 2011

Called off: December 2013

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40. Emily Blunt

The fiancé: John Krasinski

The ring: A 3-carat round-cut diamond set in platinum and flanked by baguettes.

The price: An estimated $100,000

The proposal: August 2009

The marriage: July 2010

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41. Gwyneth Paltrow

The fiancé: Chris Martin

The ring: An asscher-cut diamond on a double-pavé band.

The price: An estimated $90,000

The marriage: December 2003

The divorce: July 2016

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42. Mia Farrow

The fiancé: Frank Sinatra

The ring: A pear-shaped diamond with tapered baguettes.

The price: $85,000 in 1966

The marriage: July 1966

The divorce: August 1968

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43. Sarah Jessica Parker

The fiancé: Matthew Broderick

The ring: A 5-carat, emerald-cut diamond on a yellow gold band.

The marriage: May 1997

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44. Marilyn Monroe

The fiancé: Joe DiMaggio

The ring: A platinum eternity band with 35 baguette-cut diamonds.

The marriage: January 1954

The divorce: October 1955

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45. Allison Williams

The fiancé: Ricky Van Veen

The ring: A classic round-cut diamond flanked by baguettes on a platinum band.

The proposal: February 2014

The marriage: September 2015

Photo: Getty Images

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46. Brooke Shields

The fiancé: Chris Henchy

The ring: A center diamond surrounded by a unique configuration of micro-pavé-set diamonds, designed by Neil Lane.

The proposal: July 2000

The marriage: April 2001

Photo: Getty Images

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47. Reese Witherspoon

The fiancé: Jim Toth

The ring: A unique 4-carat Ashoka-cut diamond.

The price: An estimated $450,000

The proposal: December 2010

The marriage: March 2011

Photo: Getty Images

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48. Catherine Zeta-Jones

The fiancé: Michael Douglas

The ring: An antique ring from Fred Leighton featuring a 10-carat stone surrounded by 28 smaller diamonds.

The price: An estimated $1 million.

The proposal: December 1999

The marriage: November 2000

Photo: Getty Images

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49. Kate Beckinsale

The fiancé: Len Wiseman

The ring: An emerald-cut diamond set horizontally on a band of micro-pavé diamonds.

The price: An estimated $1.4 million

The marriage: May 2004

The divorce: November 2015

Photo: Getty Images

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50. Gisele Bündchen

The fiancé: Tom Brady

The ring: A large center diamond set in platinum and offset by two tapered baguettes.

The price: An estimated $145,000

The proposal: January 2009

The marriage: February 2009

Photo: Getty Images

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51. Miranda Kerr

The fiancé: Orlando Bloom

The ring: A round center stone surrounded by a halo of nine diamonds.

The marriage: July 2010

The divorce: October 2013

Photo: Getty Images

 

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Willow Smith is all grown and Gorgeous

By Editor, January 24th, 2018

Willow Smith is all grown and Gorgeous

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The world was always going to know who Willow Smith was because her famous parents Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith left her no choice in that matter. But rather than ride on the coattails of her parents’ fame, Willow wanted to create her own path, even from as young as 10 years old when she released her first single, “Whip My Hair.”

She has continued to pursue her musical aspirations since then, but it’s not just her repertoire that has grown. Here are the ways Smith has transformed from a Hollywood child to a talented and beautiful young woman.

She hated growing up in the spotlight
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Growing up with famous parents was not something Smith wanted, nor was it something that she found easy. She shared her thoughts on the topic in an interview with Girl Gaze (via People magazine).

“Growing up and trying to figure out your life… while people feel like they have some sort of entitlement to know what’s going on, is absolutely, excruciatingly terrible — and the only way to get over it, is to go into it,” she said.

She also feels as though this toxic environment can take its toll on mental health, saying, “I feel like most kids like me end up going down a spiral of depression, and the world is sitting there looking at them through their phones; laughing and making jokes and making memes at the crippling effect that this lifestyle has on the psyche.”

She feels the world needs to be more open-minded
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The idea that girls should like pink and boys should like blue is outdated, and Smith chose to remind everyone of this in an interview with Refinery29. She said, “I’m a black female in the 21st century. My favorite color isn’t pink; it’s black.”

That’s not the only thing that she feels sets her apart from the norm, and her open-minded approach on this topic is refreshing. She said, “I’m not obsessed with getting married or having kids. Gender norms put people in boxes and don’t allow them to really get to their full potential as a human being. Slowly but surely, dudes are starting to wear nail polish and become more in tune with their feelings. Change is happening, and it’s very exciting.”

She’s empowering other young women
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Whether she asked for it or not, Smith’s parents’ fame gave her a platform and she could either ignore it or embrace it. She chose to do the latter and has been using her voice and image as a powerful tool to inspire young women.

When Smith was 15, she was invited by French fashion house Chanel to be one of their ambassadors. It’s an important role and it’s one that Smith takes seriously because, even then, she understood that “It’s not every day that a 15-year-old black girl with dreads gets elected to be the Chanel ambassador.” She made these comments in an interview with The Telegraph and told the publication she realizes the importance of being a role model for those who are not represented by the media.

“I know a lot of girls that look like me feel that they’re not beautiful and feel like they don’t have a place in the media or a place in the world,” she said. “I want them to know that’s not true, and if you’re confident and you love yourself then everything you see, your perception, will start to change and you’ll see things differently. I want to show those girls that might not think they’re beautiful but they are.”

She sees human beings in a new way

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I don’t know what your average 17-year-old is like in 2018, but I do know that there is nothing average about Smith because she has a unique approach to the world. She made this clear in an interview with The Fader.

“I’ve just been doing so much growing up, I’m really just becoming a woman. Damn. I’m really a woman,” she said. “Seeing how my thought processes have changed over the years and how my observations get keener. Everything is getting more clear but also I’m starting to see the spectrum of life in such a new way. It’s so grey and uncomfortable and joyous. It’s the first time I’m seeing life and experiencing relating to human beings in a completely different way.”

She has an interesting view on love and relationships
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Smith thinks a lot about love and relationships and her approach to love is interesting as it’s based on the ability to give your partner complete and utter freedom.

She shared these views with The Fader, telling the publication that to attempt to define something is a mistake. She said, “You say you love this person but then you’re doing all of these things that inhibit their freedom because of your insecurities. That’s not only in romantic love, that’s in friendships and everything. I just realized that the actions that I was taking weren’t reflective of what I’m saying. I saw that in myself and others, and as much as we want to hold on to these people, love and relationships you have to enjoy and release.”

Smith went on to explain how holding on too tightly can harm relationships. She said, “Let things go where they need to go. Don’t hold on because when you hold on you kill love. As soon as you say, ‘This is mine,’ or ‘This is my boyfriend’ or ‘This is my girlfriend,’ you’ve massacred your real relationships.”

How can someone so young can be so wise beyond their years?!

She’s all about girl power
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When Smith turned up for an interview with Teen Vogue she did so wearing a cropped t-shirt with the statement, “Never underestimate the power of a woman.” And truer words have never been written, at least in the opinion of Smith, who is passionate about women supporting each other.

What made her shoot for the publication special is that it was a first for Smith: the first time that she had been photographed by a female photographer. Upon meeting photographer Emma Summerton, the publication notes how Smith reacted with excitement and stated, “This is so cool. I’ve never been shot by a woman before — not for anything this major! There is such a need for more female photographers, physicists, astronauts, doctors….”

She’s faced difficulties being in Generation Z
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Don’t confuse Smith for a Millennial, because she is from Generation Z. This is the generation who were born post-1995, and according to Huffington Post, they make up 25.9 percent of the United States population.

If you have ever wondered what it was like to be part of this generation, Smith has the answers, and according to her, it has its downsides.

She described herself and the other post-Millennials as being “anxious” in an interview with Girl Gaze (via Entertainment Tonight). Some may think this anxiety is linked to a technological obsession, but Smith notes that it’s not quite as simple as that. She said, “It’s not just the phones. The phones are just a tool. The phones just heighten what was already happening.”

She cares about others
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Smith may have the privileges that most don’t, but that doesn’t mean she’s closed off to the hardships of the world. The singer and her family did their bit to help ease the suffering of others when they handed over items from their wardrobe to The RealReal, with all proceeds donated to the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency.

According to E! News, Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith, along with their children Jaden and Willow, had their clothing sold on The RealReal’s website — all these items now appear to have been sold. As for what was on sale? Smith’s contribution reportedly ranged from bomber jackets to sneakers, with pieces including her Adidas x Rita Ora Lightweight Hooded Jacket, and her Opening Ceremony Wool Varsity Jacket.

Music helped her to discover self-love
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Smith’s last name ensured that she would never be a starving artist, but she has tried to remain true to herself with the direction she has taken her music. Her second album, The 1st, focuses on self-love and music has helped to give her clarity with regards to this idea.

Smith explained to Rolling Stone that if someone devotes hours to their art, they are left with a sense of accomplishment or competency upon its completion. For her, this competence results in confidence, and as Smith states, “It’s a cycle of tracking the progression of your competence and the growth of confidence. Each time the kinds of experiences are the same but the feelings are different. Like for each song you go through, ‘OK, I’m learning this. I’m learning this a bit more. Now, I get this.’ You start to become friends with the process.”

She doesn’t want to be in the public eye forever
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We’ve already established that living in the public eye has its challenges, and Smith has revealed just how much she longs to escape it. She has big plans for her future and they don’t involve being famous.

Pharrell Williams chatted to Smith and her brother Jaden for Interview magazine in 2016, and when asked where they see themselves in ten years, Jaden responded with “gone,” a thought Willow echoed. She explained, “I feel that. I see myself in the mountains somewhere in a tent cooking a squirrel.”

After going back and forth with her brother about eating squirrel (because Jaden was shocked), Smith revealed that living away from the city life and becoming at home in nature is something her heart desires. She said, “I want to retreat back to living off the land and just being in nature, experiencing life in the most pure, natural way possible.”

She wants to hone in on her creativity in the future
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Smith’s long-term goal may be to become self-sufficient and live away from civilization but there’s a more immediate ambition which she wants to achieve first: exploring her understanding of music.

“I want to rocket my knowledge and intelligence about specifically the science of music,” Smith told Rolling Stone in a 2017 interview. “The art of creating music is one thing, but the science of it is a completely different world that I want to become more comfortable with. I’m such a right-brained person that coming at me with logic rooted in creativity takes time for me to get comfortable with that and understand the logistics of my creativity.”

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Watching the 2018 Oscar Nominations Announcement

Watching the 2018 Oscar Nominations Announcement

By Editor, January 24, 2018

Awards season is in full swing, but there’s one major show that has yet to announce its nominees: The Academy Awards. That all changes tomorrow morning, when Tiffany Hadish and Andy Serkis will wake up bright and early in Los Angeles to reveal this year’s crop of potential Oscar winners.

All 24 categories will be announced in a two-part, live presentation on Tuesday, January 23. If you’re as excited as we are, you’ll luckily be able to live stream the event on Oscar.com, Oscars.org, as well as the Academy’s digital platforms, including YouTube.

Starting at At 5:22 a.m. PST/8:22 a.m. EST, the nominees will be announced in the following categories: Cinematography, Costume Design, Film Editing, Makeup and Hairstyling, Original Score, Production Design, Animated Short Film, Live Action Short Film, Sound Editing, Sound Mixing and Visual Effects.

Then at 5:38 a.m. PST/8:30 a.m EST, the remaining categories will be announced: Actor in a Leading Role, Actor in a Supporting Role, Actress in a Leading Role, Actress in a Supporting Role, Animated Feature Film, Directing, Documentary Feature, Documentary Short Subject, Foreign Language Film, Original Song, Best Picture, Adapted Screenplay and Original Screenplay.

After the big announcements, tune into to Entertainment Weekly The Show at 12 p.m. EST to watch host Lola Ogunnaike discuss this year’s nominees alongside EW and People Editorial Director Jess Cagle, People News Editor Nigel Smith, and People Executive Editor Kate Coyne.

Not only will you not want to miss their breakdown, but potential nominees such as Saoirse Ronan, Timothee Chalamet, Armie Hammer, and Greta Gerwig are planning to call in.[MUSIC] Coinage. Life, well spent. Presented by Geico. Glitz, glam, emotional speeches, little gold men, it could only be Hollywood’s biggest night, The Oscars. Wouldn’t it be amazing to attend the show? Well, good luck with that. Tickets to the Academy Awards aren’t sold to the public. Studios by op the seats in the Dolby Theater for the star studded event. Nosebleed seats reportedly run $150, while orchestra spots sell for $750. So if you’re not in the cast and crew of La La Land, or hosting like Jimmy Kimmel, you’ve got to be really well connected to score a seat. Let’s say you do nab a golden ticket to the event, because your sister’s best friends cousin went to elementary school with Ryan Gosling. Time to get dressed. You can’t show up looking drap, if you spring for a stylist, set aside between $500- $3000. Aliases borrow designer does for free. but you’re not Emma Stone, you have to shout some hefty cash to buy or rent that goes decor to your dress or dapper tux. Enclose only half a battle. A top hairstylist starts at $150 and celebrity worthy makeup artists will run between $600 and $1,700. Finally, stars arrive in style. Limousine services can charge anywhere between $100 and $400 per hour with an eight hour minimum for Oscars night. Whew, a night at the Oscars can really add up. If the A listers had to pay their own way, that’s easily $10,000 To be a part of Hollywood magic for one night only. Coinage. Life, well spent. Presented by Geico.

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Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir Luxury wedding worth of $1.7 Million in Miami

Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir Luxury wedding worth of $1.7 Million in Miami

By DCWLifestyle October 17th, 2017

Gucci Mane Marries Keyshia Ka’oir in Lavish Miami Ceremony
The big day has finally come: Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir have walked down the aisle

Ka’oir stayed with Mane throughout his most recent stint in prison, for a highly publicized murder charge which was eventually dropped. In his book The Autobiography of Gucci Mane, he wrote that after he went back to prison, he got sober because he “wanted to be able to go on tour and have the energy to put on a show for my fans…I wanted Keyshia to lose her mind when she came to pick me up.”

 The big day has finally come: Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir have walked down the aisle.
 The pair were married Tuesday evening at the Four Seasons in Miami, Doublecrown confirms.

Ka’oir, who walked down an elevated aisle, shared a photo of her bedazzled wedding dress and jeweled headpiece on Instagram and Twitter along with the caption: “Mrs. Davis #1017.”

A who’s who of hip-hop and Atlanta’s social scene gathered for the ceremony which cost a staggering $1.7 million.

Guests included Sean “Diddy” CombsReal Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak-Biermann, Karrueche Tran, Lil Yachty, 2 Chainz, Rick Ross, Monica, Big Sean and Jhene Aiko.

The couple chronicles the road to their extravagant wedding in Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir: The Mane Event, — a 10-part special premiering on BET at 10 p.m. — in which fans will get an up-close look at all that went into crafting the nuptials.

“I want a royal wedding!” Ka’oir, 32, declared in a PEOPLE exclusive clip ahead of the show“All white with diamonds and crystals.”

Along with her excitement, Ka’oir also expressed some frustration in the clip, saying, “I don’t know if it’s the wedding. I don’t know if it’s the fame … I don’t know if it’s because who my husband is gonna be. Everybody going coco-loco on me.”

Earlier this week, the lovebirds shared sweet photos of their wedding rehearsal, with the rapper, 37, surprising his leading lady with a new car.

“His and Hers Guwop bought his wife a Wraith!” Mane captioned an Instagram photoof himself and Ka’oir posing in front of cars.

He also shared a photo of himself sporting a wide smile in a red and black suit, writing, “Waiting on my bride!!! #KeyshiaAndGucciWeddingRehearsal.”

Mane popped the question in November 2016 during an Atlanta Hawks game — and the NBA shared the sweet moment on Twitter for the world to see.

 In the video, Mane and Ka’oir can be seen on the “Kiss Cam” before the rapper presents a shocked Ka’oir with a huge sparkler. The team’s mascot, Harry the Hawk, was also on hand to congratulate the couple, giving Ka’oir a bouquet of roses.

After the proposal, Mane shared several photos of the happy couple on Instagram. “She said yessssss!!!!!!!!!!! Lucky me,” Mane captioned one photo, alongside a pair of Santa emojis.

In a separate post, he showed off a close-up view of Ka’oir’s stunning diamond ring. “She deserve it!! My bride to be!!#Wopsters luv you my baby,” the Atlanta-native captioned the video.

 

 

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