Halle as you've never seen her before

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Thursday, November 08, 2012

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Her gamine crop has become something of a trademark over the years, but Halle Berry — who has accepted an Oscar and played a Bond girl with the short locks is nothing if not versatile. So prepare to see the 46-year-old actress as you've never seen her before... because her scintillating shoot for Germany's Interview magazine really is a thing of wonder. The mother of one, who has designs on moving to Europe (in her case, France), looks incredible with a huge afro in an eccentric ensemble for the magazine.

With an obvious '70s feel to it, the shot is screamingly flamboyant compared to the actress's normal style, but she looks brilliant. The Diana Ross-esque look is for the November issue of Interview magazine. The publication has released two versions of the cover, which sees the mother of four-year-old Nahla also sporting the big hair. One cover features the Cloud Atlas star — who is engaged to French actor Olivier Martinez — in colour, while the other is a black & white photo.

— Daily Mail

Klum says The Bodyguard is her favourite movie

It chronicles a forbidden love story between a celebrity and the bodyguard tasked with protecting her. And the similarities between Heidi Klum's own love life and that of Whitney Houston's character on The Bodyguard are patently obvious. Now the Project Runway host has made a joke of the coincidence, saying that she 'loves' the cult 1992 movie. Heidi appeared on Ellen Degeneres' chat show last Tuesday and talked about her new romance, saying simply. "I'm very happy".

Ellen replied: "I was just wondering if you've seen the movie The Bodyguard because I love that movie." Heidi immediately got the reference and laughed: "I do too. That's going to be my Halloween costume next year... maybe."

Heidi and her bodyguard Martin Kristen went public with their romance in September after her seven-year marriage to Seal, the father of her four children, ended early this year. Martin worked for the family during Heidi's marriage.

— Daily Mail

Leno arrives in style at polling station

He is the king of late night and has the toys to match. So it will come as little surprise to fans of Jay Leno that he turned up to vote in a fancy sports car worth more than $200,000, complete with 'butterfly' doors.

The chinny chat show favourite looked in a thoughtful mood as he walked from his exclusive McLaren MP4 towards the polling station in Los Angeles last Tuesday. Perhaps the 62-year-old was weighing up whether he supported President's much-vaunted Buffet Rule, which would see a minimum tax rate of 30 per cent being levied on millionaires, as he sauntered up to deliver his ballot.

Back in 2004 he denied being a Republican, but added he likes to make fun of both parties equally. He certainly did not seem like the chirpy stand-up star his fans know and love from The Tonight Show as he padded towards his final destination. And despite driving such an exclusive car, which is made by the legendary United Kingdom Formula One company, he looked as casual as you can get in a denim shirt and trousers, and black suede shoes.

— Daily Mail


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