4/24/14 "People" Mag's Most Beautiful

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Thursday, April 24, 2014


LUPITA NYONG'O tops "People" magazine's Most Beautiful list.  She says that when she was young, she equated beauty with what she saw on TV . . . quote, "light skin and long, flowing, straight hair."  But she adds, quote, "[My mother] always said I was beautiful.  And I finally believed her at some point." Some of the other women on this year's list are Julia Roberts, Jennifer Lawrence, Julianna Margulies, Keri Russell, Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Mindy Kaling, Pink, Amber Heard, Gabrielle Union, Molly Sims, Stacy Keibler and Kerry Washington.


KRISTEN STEWART has reportedly found love again . . . with a FEMALE friend.  Her name is Alicia Cargile, and she was there to pick up the pieces after Kristen got DUMPED by ROBERT PATTINSON. The two recently went to a resort in Palm Springs together, and a source says, quote, "She put her arms around Kristen's neck and Kristen put her hands on her waist. After about 30 seconds, Kristen started laughing, kissed Alicia right on the lips then rested her head on Alicia's chest and hugged her tight."


OLIVIA WILDE and JASON SUDEIKIS are officially parents.  Olivia actually gave birth to a baby boy on Sunday, but they didn't announce it until yesterday.  They named him Otis. Olivia Teeted  a picture of herself with her new baby, and captioned it, quote, "Ladies and gentlemen, Otis Alexander Sudeikis has LEFT the building!  (I'm the building)."


ALICIA SILVERSTONE has a new parenting book, and it's as loopy as you'd expect.  Alicia rails against diapers, tampons and a non-plant-based diet, which according to her fills the uterus with TOXIC SLUDGE.  She's also anti-vaccine, and thinks kids and parents should sleep together in a "family bed."


JUSTIN BIEBER apologized for praying at a Japanese shrine honoring war criminals.  He'd posted a photo at the shrine with the caption, quote, "Thank you for your blessings."  He later took it down, and said, quote, "I was misled to think the shrines were only a place of prayer.  To anyone I have offended I am extremely sorry."