Posts by Raechal Leone Shewfelt
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Rocco Ritchie inherited more than just looks from Madonna.
The 13-year-old son of the singer and British director Guy Ritchie also shares some of the irreverent pop star's personality traits. As he's grown into a teen, the younger half-brother of Lourdes, 16, and the older brother of 8-year-olds David and Mercy, is acting more and more like his mum.
Let's count the ways:
1. He's got moves! Rocco has danced and played DJ at several of his mom's appearances in the last couple of years and, well, he's a little too good for Madge's tastes. "He's disconcertingly comfortably on stage," she revealed last year at the premiere of the documentary on her 2012 MDNA tour, where he was shown busting a move during the film. And while a lot of kids his age wouldn't be willing to dance with their parents anywhere — let alone in public! — Rocco still loves rocking out with his supercool mom.
- Raechal Leone Shewfelt at omg!2 days ago
Then: Black Sabbath rocker Ozzy Osbourne and his toddler daughter Kelly shared a close-up in an undated photo that must have been taken in the mid-'80s. Kelly, now 29, posted it to Instagram in honor of his 65th birthday on Dec. 3. "Today is my Dadda's birthday!" she wrote in the accompanying caption. "Happy birthday Dad I am so proud to be your daughter! I love you sooooo much!!!!!"
Now: Dad, who's still cranking out hit albums, and daughter, now a "Fashion Police" panelist with plans to wed Matthew Mosshart next summer (and lavender locks!), remain close as ever. She explained to omg! earlier this year that she even shares a lot of her father's personality traits. "I got a lot of his sense of humor, a lot of his naughtiness, and his mischievousness, but also, I got his heart, which is really — he's a great big softie underneath it all."
- omg!9 days ago
Bethenny Frankel knows all about good tastes.
The reality star turned talk show host has become somewhat of a lifestyle guru with her ever expanding line of low-calorie Skinnygirl Cocktails. So when the 43-year-old recently served up some of the new wine varietals the brand is offering at an event to benefit Dress for Success in New York City, we had to ask for her suggestion about what to imbibe over the holiday season.
"Sparkling cocktails are hotter than ever right now, so I think the new, limited time Skinnygirl Prosecco would be perfect for Thanksgivingukkah or really any celebration for that matter," Frankel noted, referencing the fact that Thanksgiving falls on the first day of Hanukkah this year. "It comes in a gorgeous bottle, so it's perfect to give as a hostess gift or to pop open at your own party."
- omg!10 days ago
Keith Urban has taken it off! The 46-year-old country crooner appears to have chopped off the long locks that he's sported for more than a decade. The "American Idol" judge made the big reveal on Instagram Tuesday by posting a shot of the new 'do from the back and a view of all the hair he'd left behind in the stylist's chair. "Snow ain't the only thing falling in Nashville today!! -KU," he captioned the latter pic. Urban's lucky lady, his wife of seven years, Nicole Kidman, has made it clear that she's interested in a lot more than his hair. In November 2012, she gushed in Harper's Bazaar that Urban helped her "find her sexuality" and she's been candid about the fact that he helped pull her out of a depression after divorcing Tom Cruise. Surely, the Oscar-winning actress is a fan of Urban's new style. Let's hope so, because he's not really the type to wear a cowboy hat … Do you think he'll ever grow it back out? More importantly, do you think he should?
- omg!10 days ago
One of the things Kristin Cavallari is grateful for this Thanksgiving and every day is her little boy Camden … and the little one she has on the way! The former "Hills" and "Laguna Beach" star, 26, revealed in October that she and her husband of six months, Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler, are expecting their second child. So when they sit down at the table in their Chicago home this holiday with about 20 others to eat a traditional feast that she's planning to prepare, the talk will undoubtedly turn to speculation about the the future baby, whether it will be a boy or a girl and, of course, its name. Cavallari made a popular choice last time around with Camden without the help of a baby book, although Kristin had been given one by a sister-in-law. "I'm not even sure where we heard [Camden], but we both really liked it," she told omg! at a pre-Thanksgiving dinner in Hollywood to promote Ubisoft's game Just Dance 2014. "Jay's sister has a little boy that's about 2 years old, so they're a little bit ahead of us. We had picked out Camden and then they had told us, 'Guess what our baby name is? Camden.' And we were like, 'We want that name!' Which was so funny, because it's not really that common of a name, but they ended up luckily going with a different one, so we got to use it." It's no Jacob or Ethan, but Camden has become more popular in the last decade or so. Not only did Vanessa and Nick Lachey choose the same moniker for their son when he arrived a month after Cavallari's baby boy, but the Social Security Administration says it's becoming common far outside of Hollywood. It ranked as #156 on the national list of the most popular names for boys in 2012, up from #362 in 2000. This time around, Cavallari insisted that even she and her hubby don't know the sex of the baby, but they've already singled out a name they'll use whether it's a boy or a girl. ("Jay and I — thank God — agree on pretty much every baby name, so that's been really great," she noted.) Their choices might be something similar to a couple of the celeb baby names that she likes, Harlow (as in Harlow Madden, the 5-year-old daughter of Nicole Richie and Joel Madden, or Harper, the 2-year-old little girl of David and Victoria Beckham), or it might be something completely different, especially if it's another boy. Though Kristin's lips were sealed on their picks for baby no. 2, she did offer some insight into how to go about choosing a name for your child: Focus on the overall sound. The main factor in choosing Camden, Cavallari said, was that his parents liked the way it combined with his last name. "We liked the way Camden Cutler sounded," she shared. "We liked calling him Cam for short. You think
- raechal at omg!17 days ago
Kendall Jenner isn't wasting any time.
Less than three weeks after turning 18 on November 3, she's already posting the kind of pics that we've come to expect from her most famous older sister, Kim Kardashian.
On Monday, she shared a selfie that could easily be mistaken for a picture of Kim, from the soft, dreamy look in her eyes to the heavy mascara. "Night out in NYC in my fluffy sweater," she captioned the photo.
The pic she posted the next day was … not quite as safe for work, although Kendall didn't seem at all worried about how people would react.
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"Sneak peak of today's shoot with the amazing @nomadrj," she wrote about her session with Australian photographer Russell James. "I can't wait for you guys to see the rest of the photos!"
After some comments made it obvious that not everyone shared Kendall's excitement, Khloé did what any good big sister would do and defended her sibling.
- omg!21 days ago
Kelly Clarkson's got a lot to be happy about right now. In the past month, she's married Brandon Blackstock and released a holiday album, "Wrapped in Red," that's already a hit. Sadly, though, she received some bad news this week. On Friday, she tweeted that one of her beloved dogs, Joplin, has passed away. "My best friend died yesterday," the 31-year-old wrote. "Joplin was special. He fought his whole life to survive & now he can rest. I loved him." The "Catch My Breath" singer, who still has dogs Security, Bear, and Cairo, introduced fans to Joplin just after bringing him home in May 2011. She quite accurately described the miniature Labradoodle as "adorable." In January 2012, Clarkson explained just how panicked she was when Joplin disappeared for a short time near her property in Texas. The dog, who had always been "shy and skittish," she wrote in a letter to American Country Countdown, was startled by fireworks on New Year's Eve. "I lost it (like a little girl) and started bawling," Clarkson wrote of when she discovered Joplin was missing. "Seriously, I was so dramatic (hard to believe, I know), but I don't have children and [my dogs] are my babies that I sleep with every night." Clarkson searched for hours before she finally found Joplin running through a pond. "I swear, I can't believe I'm admitting this but I ran through the shallow part of the pond ... yelling for him as if he were the last living thing on the planet," she shared. "Yes, I might be too attached to my dogs and highly sensitive, but I don't care. I love them!" Last month, a smitten Clarkson reaffirmed her love for the little guy when she shared a snapshot of the two getting cuddly. "I'm just gonna say it... he's my soulmate," she captioned the pic. "#joplin #sorrybrandon #hashtag." The "American Idol" alum has been vocal about wanting to add a baby to the Blackstock brood soon, but do you think they'll get another dog, too?
- raechal at omg!22 days ago
When Charlie Sheen thinks that someone is getting too wild, there's obviously a problem.
That was the joke when the satirical news website the Daily Currant posted a faux storyabout the actor weighing in on the case of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford.
Ford, 44, has admitted to having smoked crack cocaine and buying illegal drugs while in office. Although many of the city's residents have called for his resignation, so far he's refused.
According to the fictional story, when the correspondent asked Sheen about Ford's situation, he hesitated then gave a measured response that quickly devolved into nonsense.
"Ah man, that's a tough question," Sheen supposedly said. "I hate to pass judgement on anybody, especially given my history. But I've been seeing those videos on the news, and I think it's fair to say that Rob Ford parties too much. I can honestly tell you I've never been that high.
- raechal at omg!23 days ago
Then: Former Mickey Mouse Club member and rising star Ryan Gosling, 20, was at the Sundance Film Festival to promote his movie "The Believer," which took home the honors for best drama, when photographer Jeff Vespa snapped this pic in 2001. Even then, something in Ryan's eyes just seemed to call out to us … Hey girl, are you still reading?!
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Now: After hits such as "The Notebook" and "Crazy, Stupid, Love," Gosling's real-life leading lady Eva Mendes is the envy of women everywhere. We love his abs, his voice, his sexy smile, and, oh yes, his acting isn't half bad either! His next role will be in the 2014 drama from esteemed director Terrence Malick. The film also stars Cate Blanchett, Christian Bale, and Natalie Portman. Until then, why not count the ways that you love him?
- raechal at omg!28 days ago
Kat Von D probably wishes she could go back to something more carefree, like tattooing Miley Cyrus, right about now.
The 31-year-old reality star is at the center of a scandal that started with a particular shade of lipstick that's part of her Painted Love line. You see, the product has a really fabulous nude and pink hue that would look good on almost anyone, but unfortunately, it comes with a name that would offend just as many people. It's called Celebutard — a moniker that did not go over well with advocates for those with Down syndrome.
After Twitter users sounded off on the shade's name this week, both Sephora and Amazon have stopped selling it.
Sephora also issued an apology, but not Von D. People reported that she tweeted and then quickly deleted: "At the end of the day, it's just a f---ing lipstick."
Others saw things differently.