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Freitag, Dezember 28, 2012

Gabby Douglas - Olympic Games Rio de Janeiro 2016



Gabby Douglas: 'I Hope to Compete in the 2016 Olympics!'
Gabby Douglas strikes a pose in the air for the Rule Breakers Portfolio for the January 10th, 2013 issue of The Hollywood Reporter!
The 16-year-old Olympian and her gymnast moves stole the show from NBC’s Bob Costas and executive producer Jim Bell.

During the shoot, Gabby discussed what life was like after the Olympics, and where she sees herself in five years.
“I hope to see myself competing in Rio,” Gabby shared. “I definitely want to return to the games.”
Check out the behind the scenes interview below!




Donnerstag, Dezember 27, 2012

Eliza Doolittle - Pack Up

Eliza Sophie Caird (born 15 April 1988), better known by her stage name Eliza Doolittle, is an English singer-songwriter who signed to the Parlophone record label in October 2008. Her debut self-titled album, Eliza Doolittle was released on 12 July 2010, where it debuted at number 3 in the UK. Since the album's release, Doolittle has spawned two top 25 hits, including "Skinny Genes" and "Pack Up", which debuted within the top 5 on the UK Singles Chart.









Maria Sharapova - Glamour Russia January 2013







































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I wish you all a wonderful week:)


Dienstag, Dezember 25, 2012

Sarah Hyland - Glamoholic December 2012







































Sarah Hyland is gorgeous on the cover of Glamoholic magazine’s December 2012 issue.
Here’s what the 22-year-old Modern Family actress had to share with the mag:

On movies vs. television:
 “That would be cool doing movies, but I love television. So I don’t know, but I don’t think anything could top Modern Family for me.”
On her film Struck by Lightning: “I hope people take away the lesson of never letting your creativity or imagination go. That if you have a dream or passion, you should go for it and not take ‘no’ as an answer. It’s impertinent that young children, even teenagers, should read, write and most importantly dream.”
On working with the Rebel WilsonChris Colferand more: “It was such an amazing experience. Rebel is one of the funniest human beings I have ever met. Out of all the amazing comedic actors I’ve worked with over my career, Rebel was the hardest person to work with purely because you couldn’t keep a straight face. Christina [Hendricks] was such a sweetheart and so kind to everyone on set. And then there’s Chris, who is not only an amazing person but one of the most well-rounded, talented people, if not the most, in young Hollywood. I love to see how his brain works.”