Celebrities want to carry much stuff with them as normal people do.But they have to stay fashionable and elegant.
That's why Carla Bruni, Kate Winslet, Julia Roberts and many other celebrities chose G-bag Tod's like they made plans with each other to to it together. It suits casual attire and austere style as well. All the bags are hand made and made of soft genuine leather.
1. Kxenia Sukhinova 2. Halle Berry 3. Freida Pinto 4. Carla Bruni-Sarkozy 5. Anne Hathaway 6. Katherine Heigl 7. Kate Winslet 8. Julia Roberts 9. Ingeboga Dapkunaite
Kara DioGuardi stole the show as Katrina Darrell a.k.a. Bikini Girl was onstage performing Mariah Carey's Vision of Love.
Kara interrupted mid-song, and started singing the song, much better than Darrell I might add.
Kara topped it all off by showing Bikini Girl that she can rock a bikini too when she pulled her dress apart revealing the tiny black bikini underneath!
Victoria Gotti is losing her Long Island estate! She owes $650,000 after not paying her mortgage for two years.
Victoria blames ex-husband Carmine Agnello. “I was awarded full ownership of marital property, and all I inherited was a house with millions of dollars’ worth of debt. This should finally put to rest all the government lies and rumors that I have $200 million buried in my back yard.”
Gotti also claims he left her almost a million dollars in debt after secretly getting a loan for $850,000. Agnello’s lawyers deny the claim.
The home was once assessed at $4.2 million and is now being listed on the market for $3.2 million. It is reportedly an eyesore these days.
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Connie Culp, before and after photos of the United States first face transplant.
In 2004, Culp, a 46-year old woman from Ohio, was shot in the face by her husband. The malicious act severely disfigured her, she no longer had a nose, a palate or lower eyelids.
But in December 2008, a 22-hour surgery changed her life. Doctors replaced 80% of Culp's face with that of a dead woman's - and she is forever grateful.
She was released from the hospital in February and is now comfortable with going public.
She seemed shy as she told the crowd at a press conference, "Well, I guess I'm the one you came to see today."
She laughed but became serious as she spoke about being grateful to the family of the donor. She said, "I think it's more important that you focus on the donor family that made it so I could have this person's face."