I'm a boy girl

Monday, December 03, 2012

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There is no doubt that she's one of 2012's breakout musicians.

However, without her standout style it is questionable whether Rita Ora would have come as far as she has today in the industry. Lying back wearing nothing but a tuxedo jacket, the 22-year-old told Harper's Bazaar that when it comes to her wardrobe she's not afraid to mix things up.

Wearing a white trouser suit by Alexander McQueen, Rita stuns in a stunning portrait featured in the January issue of the publication as she wears a coating of scarlet lipstick. Showing off her peroxidefree natural locks, Rita holds her hand to her chest as she gazes at the photographer while sporting jewellery by Maison Martin Margiela.

Speaking about her style, Rita told the fashion magazine: "I'm a boy girl. I love my trainers and mixing comfort with sleek, clean lines.I love flamboyancy and glamour and elegance. I love that over-exaggerated style."

In the second image, Rita shows of her enviable figure in an elegant optical illusion white jumpsuit by Stella McCartney. Holding one hand to her head as she cuts a seductive figure, the Yugoslaviaborn star shows off the inkings on her inner arms.

Rita also spoke about her influences in the music industry when she was growing up, noting Beyoncé Knowles and No Doubt's Gwen Stefani as her main influences.

— Daily Mail

Tina Fey's real-life daughter plays young Liz Lemon in 30 Rock

Tina Fey's daughter Alice made her TV debut on 3 0 Rock recently.

The seven-year-old made a surprise appearance on the hit show playing a young version of Liz Lemon. Fey's character — who married James Marsden's Criss Chros — recalled her first wedding experience as a flower girl.

The flashback scene showed little Lemon — played by Alice — wearing a blue dress and matching headpiece. The youngster also wore a bowl haircut and large specs. It seems Alice has certainly inherited plenty of attitude from her mother and managed to perfect Fey's signature eye-roll. Tina and husband Jeff Richmond also have a 15-monthold daughter, Penelope.

30 Rock will air its final episode on January 31 after seven seasons. But before then, Tina will present the Golden Globe Awards with Amy Poehler on January 13.

— Daily Mail

'Marriage is incredible!'

She married beau Justin Timberlake in a fairy-tale ceremony in southern Italy back in October.

But newlywed terminology takes some getting used to, according to Jessica Biel. "The weirdest and kind of most wonderful thing is that word — ‘That's my husband’," she tells Ellen DeGeneres on a forthcoming episode of the talk show.

"And every time I say it, I go really Southern with it — 'That's my husband over there,'" she jokes, putting on a Southern accent. The 30-year-old star agrees with the talk show host that marriage had made her feel more 'connected,' to Timberlake. "It's weird because it feels like almost nothing has changed," she muses.

"But yet something that you really can't describe — or something that isn't really tangible — has changed." And the glowing Hitchcock star even laughs about the added benefits of happily wedded bliss. "It just feels incredible. It feels like you have this partner who's going to be with you and also change light bulbs," she says.

"And you know, do dishes with you." Jessica looks absolutely radiant with glowing skin and subtle make-up, sporting a purple top and free flowing purple patterned skirt which she teams with heels. She is later presented with a festive gift of matching his-and-hers Christmas sweaters emblazoned with ‘Mr and Mrs Timberlake.’

And the loved-up star is so thrilled with her present that she envelopes Ellen in a bear hug. Despite the star’s recent marriage, Jessica hasn't had much time to spend with her new husband, with two films on release in the US at the moment.

— Daily Mail





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