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Years into her weight loss journey, actress Mo'Nique is still celebrating how far she's come since her time as Nikki on the television show "The Parkers."
Great for streaming entertainment, taking notes by hand, video-calling, and drawing, this generously sized tablet is down to just $429.
The 57-year-old model is kicking back!
Old meets new with this retro Bluetooth boombox that can stream tunes and even play your old compilation CDs.
MJ enlists some help from host Will Taylor in looking for a new apartment in New York City that will make his commute a little easier.
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Elizabeth Hurley, 56, posted a sultry photo of herself aboard a boat while cruising in the Caribbean. The actress and model frequently shows off pieces from her Elizabeth Hurley Beach collection.
Pro-basketball player, Batouly Camara knows firsthand the power of sport on a developing young woman. Helping teenage girls gain access to resources they may not otherwise have, Camara founded an organization which hosts basketball camps in NYC and Guinea to develop girls into strong & powerful leaders
"In fashion, there are no boundaries unless you put them up. Maybe that was why I was able to get pregnant — for the first time I was taking care of myself," she explained.
The 53-year-old actress posted a photo from her days as Nikki Parker.
The all-natural cream in the Richenna EZ Foot Peeling Set sloughs off dead skin, reptile-style, using only fruit enzymes, and not a single blade.
The 31-year-old actress made her return in a sparkly Dior gown.
Amy Phillips is one of the biggest Bravo experts out there. Gibson Johns interviews the co-author of "Cook It, Spill It, Throw It" about her new "Real Housewives"-inspired parody cookbook, feedback she's gotten from Housewives about her impressions of them from over the years (including a story about Bethenny Frankel she's never shared before) and the effects that social media has had on their beloved franchises. They also discuss the latest happenings on "The Real Housewives of Potomac," "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City," "Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip" and much more.
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In her new book, Silenced No More, Sarah Ransome speaks her truth and details her experience in Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell’s sex trafficking ring. “As soon as I arrived on my very first trip on the island my cell phone’s taken away, my camera's taken away, my passports taken away, and lo and behold, that's where it started. It was that very first trip on the island where I was told ‘you will never escape me,’” says Ransome. As Ransome remembers in the book, Jeffrey Epstein raped her on the second day of that trip. The attacks continued for the duration of her stay, sometimes up to two or three times in the same day. “Jeffery's island was designed for rape and trafficking,” said Ransome. “And once you're there, you can't get out.” For Maxwell’s part, Ransome says that she was aware of abuse. In one case, Maxwell forced Ransome into a room where Epstein raped her. In another, Maxwell saw Ransome crying after a brutal attack and smirked, offering no support. “Ghislane would break you down to such a point, but as soon as she broke you — like a Jekyll and Hyde — she would almost be mother-like and maternal, and caring. And that was effectively done to build a trauma bond,” says Ransome. All eyes are glued to the sex trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, the accused co-conspirator of Jeffrey Epstein who allegedly recruited the young and underage girls that he sexually abused. For Sarah Ransome, who counts herself as a survivor of Epstein's abuse, Maxwell’s trial is long overdue. “I'm following the trial every single day,” she tells Yahoo Life. “I just pray every day that she's found guilty because she needs to be taken off the streets so she can't hurt anybody else.”
The actress hit the beach in a bold one-piece.
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These pillows are so comfy, your houseguests may never leave.