Motherhood is clearly doing nothing to turn down Amber Rose's wild style.
As well as showing off her adorable son Sebastian in an intimate snap on Instagram, the model also revealed her new zigzag-shaped buzz cut.
Wearing a black bathing suit while sitting in a hot tub, Amber held her son upward as she gave him a kiss on the lips.
Showing off her tanned body in the sun, Amber's latest hairstyle is what we've come to expect from the edgy star.
With her black roots growing through her bleach blonde short hair, Amber posed with her head tilted to the side showing the interesting new hairstyle.
Meanwhile her son, whom she calls Bash for short, looked like he was in heaven splashing around in the hot tub with his mother.
— Daily Mail
Jackie Collins trashes Fifty Shades of Grey author
Novelist Jackie Collins doesn't like passive women.
During a Facebook chat last Sunday, she took a swipe at author E.L. James, who wrote the smash hit novel Fifty Shades of Grey. The paperback queen has an issue with James's female protagonist Anastasia Steele, who gives in to her domineering lover Christian Grey.
"I prefer women who kick ass and don't get their ass kicked!" she explained.
The British paperback queen, who is the sister of Dynasty star Joan Collins, went on to compare Anastasia with her own fictional female heroine, mob daughter Lucky Santangelo, who has been the star of seven of her books including Goddess of Vengeance.
"Lucky is the woman who inspires other women," Jackie said.
"I wanted to write a really strong ¬female character who was not just a sex symbol."
Jackie, 76, has sold 500 million books throughout her career. She has penned 29 novels in all. Eight of her works of fiction have been adapted for the screen.
E.L. sold 70 million copies of just her first Grey book, which is the fastest-selling paperback of all time. Her two follow-ups, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed, have also done well.
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Dianna Agron 'excluded' from Glee tribute episode
Dianna Agron is reported to have been purposely excluded from the Glee tribute episode for the late Cory Monteith.
The 27-year-old, who played Monteith's girlfriend on the Fox series for four seasons, is said to have been left out of the heartfelt episode due to the wishes of both a current cast member and one of the show's creators, according to RadarOnline.com.
The reason for the snub is alleged to be a widespread dislike of the actress, who was dropped from the musical comedy's fifth season earlier this year.
The absence of Agron's character Quinn Fabray in the series' tributary episode has already drawn suspicion, as she was integral to Monteith's legacy on the show.
So far the hit Fox musical comedy has written around Monteith's popular Finn Hudson character, but will deal with his death head-on in an episode titled The Quarterback.
And since Agron played Finn's love interest early in the series it would only make sense for her to return for the elegiac musical celebration.
RadarOnline reports that a 'high-level source' at Fox has revealed that Monteith's real-life girlfriend Lea Michele and series co-creator Ryan Murphy 'intensely dislike Dianna and have both worked to marginalise her as much as possible.'
— Daily Mail