Justin, Justin, Justin. You and your crew just can’t seem to get it together, huh? The Biebs’ latest drama: One of Austria’s biggest nightclubs, Passage, announced the youthful star is “no longer welcome here” after his bodyguards reportedly smashed cameras and cellphones belonging to the club’s patrons. This debacle in Vienna is not the first time Bieber has been denied; back in February, British nightclub Sankeys tweeted, “Yes the rumors are true, we turned Justin Bieber away. He shuffles on stage and we can’t be having that in Sankeys now can we!” And all this on top of losing his monkey to a quarantine at customs. It’s just not his week. [Source]
We were together for 5 years. When I started dating Lance, I was young and we were definitely in love but I don’t think either one of us were really ready to get married. I know that we were both committed to each other and he didn’t want to be with anyone else. I didn’t want to be with anyone else. So, naturally you feel like the next step is, ‘Let me propose’. So when he proposed, I definitely wanted to be with him, but I wanted to have a long engagement . And then, a year and a half [later], the wedding is coming up and we just wasn’t ready. He didn’t do anything wrong, he never cheated on me, I never cheated on him. He’s still a great guy. Whoever ends up dating him is gonna be very lucky. It just wasn’t my moment
Do you make an effort to make your man feel necessary? Does he feel needed in your relationship? Some women balk at the idea of “needing” a man to do anything or the idea that they should “help a man feel like a man.”
However, there are other women who feel loved and appreciated and want to reciprocate that feeling. These women know a good, spontaneous, well-timed ego stroke goes a long way to mutual happiness in a relationship.
Of course, that doesn’t mean a self-sufficient woman should morph into a helpless toddler. That would be disingenuous, but there are times when a woman should consider taking a break from running the relationship and allow her man to handle business.
Let Him Change Your Tyre/Jump A Dead Battery/Check And Refill The Oil
Many women are capable of taking care of their own car troubles, but it doesn’t hurt to let your man feel like the hero while you chill in the car. Especially when it’s cold outside!
Let Him Complain About The Service
Instead of always being the one to flag down the waiter, call customer service, or demand a refund at the arcade, let your guy try his assertive hand sometime. Being defended while you stand by and watch is not the worst thing in the world.
Let Him Fix Things
All men are different. Some men like to fix things that are broken and some like to buy things to replace that which was broken. Figure out what kind of man you’re dealing with and let him do his thing when it comes to taking care of you.
Let Him Give You Advice
Why do we assume our best friends are experts at life and our significant others are idiots? We listen to our best friend tell us to date a guy, buy a dress, or excommunicate a friend, but when our guy chimes in on a dilemma we are quick to wave him off. Here’s something to try at least once: acknowledge his wisdom, thank him for his input and take his advice.
Let Him Cook a Meal Sometimes And Enjoy It
We live in a generation where it’s perfectly acceptable for a woman not to cook, so sometimes it’s nice to relax and let the man cook for you and serve it to you on a plate with a napkin and a beverage.
Let Him Pick the Place…And Not Complain About It
There are few things worse than the “Where do you wanna go? I don’t know, where do you wanna go?” back and forth on an otherwise nice evening out. If you have a strong preference, voice your opinion, but if you truly don’t care then let him choose. And when he does, don’t complain about how wacky said place is.
Let Him Do The Dirty Work
Why kill spiders, plunge toilets, or inspect the weird noise downstairs if you have a man around to do it? Unless he is hopping on the table next to you to get away from the ant that just scurried across the floor, he would probably get a kick out of you calling him in from another room to kill a bug. It seems silly and archaic, but he’ll love feeling necessary and appreciated.
Let Him Feel Your Respect And Support In Public
“In public” is the key phrase here. None of that arguing on social media or jabbing him below the belt in front of your friends and family. Sure you can look at him and feel like he’s the only other person in the room, but make sure he is before you criticize, contradict or even tease him. Be cognizant. A comment that may roll off his back in the privacy of your home can be humiliating to him when in front of others
His father might be famous for his harem of 'wifelets' but Ceawlin Thynne, Viscount Weymouth and son of the notorious Marquess of Bath is taking a more conventional approach to marriage.
But his wife-to-be is anything but the typical aristocratic bride. Not only is artist Emma McQuiston the daughter of a Nigerian oil tycoon, she's a former actress and celebrity chef.
Yet despite the 26-year-old's impressive CV, the soon-to-be marchioness has admitted that her presence at Longleat has raised eyebrows among some elements of the aristocracy.
'There has been some snobbishness, particularly among the older generation,' she revealed.
'There's class and then there's the racial thing. It's a jungle and I'm going through it and discovering things as I grow up.
'I'm not super-easily offended but it's a problem when someone's making you feel different or separate because of your race, or forming an opinion about you before they even know you.'
Love: McQuiston first met the Viscount of Weymouth when she was just four years old
The daughter of Oxford graduate, Ladi Jadesimi, McQuiston grew up in the rolling Wiltshire countryside and has long been part of her future husband's circle, first meeting him when she was just four years old.
So familiar with Longleat is she, McQuiston even made the state rooms the subject of a dissertation she wrote at 18.
'I've always loved it here,' she says of the house. 'I would see Ceawlin at Christmas, Easter and family get-togethers.'
After studying history of art at University College London, she became an actress before reinventing herself as a celebrity chef with her own internet television show.
McQuiston also has her own food blog in which she charts her passion for eating, posting a stream of photos of herself posing with the unusual food and drink she unearths.
More recently, her blog has taken on a distinctly romantic flavour with McQuiston happily posting photos of herself and her fiance on holiday at Disneyland, as well as writing of wedding dress fittings with her mother.
Future home: McQuiston will become the chatelaine of the stunning Longleat House after she marries
One person who clearly isn't worried is McQuiston's 38-year-old husband-to-be, who proposed after just 18 months.
'We'd been to a party and in the middle of the night he woke me up to ask me,' McQuiston revealed of the proposal in an interview with Tatler magazine.
'I made him do it again and again until it sunk in.'
Rihannahas been a major topic of discussion lately, yes more than usually, as herboyfriend Chris Brownis promoting his upcoming album X. Brown opened up to Matt Lauer on NBC’s Today Show.Brown told Lauer, “As far as she (Rihanna) and I are concerned, she knows my heart and I know her heart. I am not really focused on the negative, everything is positive for me. I did my 52 weeks of couseling and learned it was absolutely wrong.”
While Chris was on the topic of Rihanna on Tuesday he stopped by MTV and announced that he and Ri Ri would have a duet, “Put It Up” on his upcoming album X.
“I wrote a song, it’s called ‘Put It Up.’ It’s more of an R&B record,”Brown told MTV News. I wanted to do an R&B record with Rihanna because I didn’t want it to be the same four-on-the-floor, pop. At the end of the day, that’s what they expect from us, so I wanted to do more of a record that nobody really heard her sing on as far as that genre.”
Chris Brown and Rihanna may work well together because of their similar work ethics. “With her work ethic…she’s just as liberal and vibrant. She goes in the studio and it’s easy for her, like it’s nothing, Brown said. “.I remember she was doing her album and I was at the crib one day, and she was just recording in the house ,and she was just sitting there, the TV was going – [the sound] was off – but she was sitting there with the headphones, singing, the top of her lungs, killing the song. I was like, ‘Woah, she do it just like me. That’s effortless.’ ”
Can fans expect a Chris Brown and Rihanna Duet Album? Brown said, “You gotta wait though. X and then you get the Rihanna and Chris Brown album!”
Heidi Klum is a mom, a supermodel and now super-heroic, too. The “America’s Got Talent” judge was vacationing in Hawaii with her four kids and her boyfriend (and bodyguard), Martin Kirsten, when tragedy nearly struck on Easter Sunday. While hanging on a beach in Oahu, Klum’s 7-year-old son Henry and two nannies were suddenly pulled into a riptide. That’s when Klum and Kirsten went full-on “Baywatch” (we’d love to see a slo-mo of that pair coming to the rescue, by the way) and saved the trio from drowning. Klum said her party was able to get to safety. That’s what we call fierce. [Source]
Big and sexy, Eniola Badmus, popularly known as Gbogbo Bigz Girls, came into the limelight in Funke Akindele’s film, Jenifa. And since then, she has not looked back.
In this interview with The Entertainer, she talked about her career and other issues. Excerpts:
How did you come into acting?
I have been around since 1999, I just walked into an audition centre and I was chosen.
How has it been?
It’s been a whole lot of challenges because at first it was not easy, but we glorify the name of the Lord.
What are you doing presently?
Currently, I am working on my profile, to look inwards and move into the corporate world, do some corporate shows or probably get an endorsement.
You shot into the limelight with the bad girl character in the films, jenifa and Omo Gheto; are you that bad a person?
No, I am a very simple person, I m a cool babe.
You once told me that after your university you just walked into an audition session and got a role, were you harassed sexually as being claimed by some people?
There is no industry where there is no s*xual harassment because if it did not happen to you, you will not have the gut to say ‘wow! I have come a long way’.
So, it happened to you?
Obviously, It happened to me so there is no big deal about it. The fact remains that I must be harassed sexually because I am sexy and big and I know it. So, it’s bound to happen to anybody but the way you handle it matters.
How sexy are you?
That’s personal. I don’t want to go into that.
Where did you grow up?
My growing up was good and wonderful. I have wonderful parents who wanted the best for me that’s why I studied up to Masters degree level.
As a sexy person, how do you cope with male admirers?
I am very, very comfortable with guys because I have a lot of them as friends. I like to be in the midst of guys, I love them.
How is your love life, are you into any relationship?
My love life is cool and my relationship is private too.
How was your first s*xual experience?
Aha, that is still private.
Do you enjoy s*x?
That is rotten; I can’t talk about that too.
What do you like most about your body?
I like myself, I like my body, at times I think I’m the only person created like this because I’m not only big, I’m also sexy.
When are you getting married?
Soon, very soon because I am in my 30s and I only need just three years to have my two babies.
Which part of your body do you protect more?
I protect every part of my body because my body is a temple of God, which must not be exposed.
Do you use a special bra?
So, you want to know my bra size? Okay, I will tell you. I wear 38 Triple D.
Which colour of bra do you prefer?
No, no, I won’t answer that, that is too confidential.
How do you relate with the opposite s*x?
I relate with them normally.
Which project are you working on right now?
I am working, working, working. My fans should just keep their fingers crossed.
What bad things have you done that you regret?
I have done bad, bad, bad things even worse but now I am a changed person
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The new edition will be on news-stand across major cities and town from Monday, April 8th 2013.
The cover guest for this edition is celebrated Ghanaian actress JULIET IBRAHIM with more interviews with Chuddy K, Bashy Kuti (BKK), Theodora Omisande (D-RIL SPA) and others.
The edition boasts of articles that cut across Health, Relationship, Beauty, Fashion and Styles, Entrepreneurship, Tourism, Gadgets and more. A special tribute was also made in memory of Late Oluwabimpe Susan Harvey (Goldie).