Heidi Klum reveals she'll never model lingerie again

Monday, December 09, 2013    

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Supermodel Heidi Klum has revealed that she will no longer be modelling lingerie after turning 40 in June.

The former Victoria's Secret Angel and mother-of-four told Access Hollywood Live that the thought of walking the catwalk in her underwear makes her feel "uncomfortable".

"I wouldn't model with my underwear down the runway anymore," she said. "I think I would find it a little uncomfortable, maybe."

The supermodel, who fronts Germany's Next Top Model and Project Runway, as well as designing a kids' fashion line for Babies R Us, is certainly not giving up modelling entirely.

"I still do photoshoots for [magazine] covers and different things or advertising stuff," she said.

While, to our eyes, Ms Klum still boasts a youthful complexion, she also opened up about her laughter lines, which she admits she doesn't love, but is too scared to try any kind of filler or Botox to erase them.

-- Daily Mail

Battle for baby

Pauly D from Jersey Shore has asked for full custody of his six-month-old baby Amabella, RadarOnline reported on Friday.

This comes after the 33-year-old learned his baby mama Amanda Markert -- with whom he allegedly had a one-night stand — has a history of violence.

So far the New Jersey native has been allowed to see his child only once.

TMZ added Amanda was arrested in July 2009 after attacking her ex-boyfriend Lance Gerbino -- with whom she has a son -- which left him with bloody lips, a mouth injury and a cut above his eye.

"Pauly is very concerned for his daughter's safety and doesn't want her in a violent environment," Radar's insider said.

Pauly is reportedly frustrated he has not been able to see his child more than once. "He has a court date set and hopes the judge will mandate custody time," a source told Radar.

"Pauly has been trying to set up a second meeting with his daughter, but Amanda's attorney keeps denying him a visit."

He's hoping the courts will help secure regular visitations for him.

-- Daily Mail

Per TMZ, the reality star's baby mama, Amanda Markert, was arrested in 2009 for hitting her ex-boyfriend

Amanda Bynes enrols at fashion school

She left rehab last week and was discharged into the custody of her parents.

And actress Amanda Bynes seems to be getting back into the rhythm of everyday life.

The troubled starlet had been receiving treatment for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder at a Malibu facility for several months before her departure was approved.

Meanwhile, it has emerged that Bynes has enrolled at the Fashion Institute Of Design And Merchandising (FIDM) in the hopes of becoming a designer, reports TMZ.

Sources close to the website said the troubled starlet has enrolled at the private design school, registering under an alias for two classes at the Orange County campus.

Those close to her hope this will provide her with some structure on her road to recovery, reports TMZ.

The former child star will allegedly be escorted to and from class.

But according to RadarOnline, Bynes has been advised by her psychiatrists not to attend school so soon after returning home.

"Amanda was told by her doctors that going to fashion school, so soon after being released from The Canyons, ... [is] an absolutely terrible idea for [her] to do at this time — it's almost setting her up for failure," a source said.

-- Daily Mail






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