Seal moves on from Heidi Klum

Wednesday, July 18, 2012    

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He famously said his love for Heidi Klum had "not waned one iota" following their split in January. Yet it seems Seal has now moved on from the woman he claimed to love with 'all my heart'. The Kiss From A Rose singer was seen frolicking on a luxury yacht against the backdrop of Porto Cervo, Sardinia, with a pretty brunette dressed in a spaghetti-string white bikini with frilled detail. The pair looked at ease together as they sat with their limbs draped over one another while soaking up the sunshine on the outer decking of the cruiser. Seal looked ready to plant a kiss on his lady friend, while she smiled and nestled into his shoulder. The young woman, who didn't look any older than 30, appeared to be wearing make-up and diamond drop earrings as she showed off a youthful figure and flat stomach in a delicate two-piece. And it seems the 49-year-old was keen to impress his female companion, later working out with a boxing partner and using various exercise equipment in a bid to proudly flaunt his flexed muscles. He was seen throwing punches at the air while pulling his best Rocky Balboa expression, and also grimacing while doing bicep curls with a rope. The brunette watched diligently as he worked out, moving around in order to get the best view.

— Daily Mail

Woman who spent $15,000 on illegal butt injections says obsession almost killed her

An American mother-of-two who spent $15,000 to enhance the size of her hips and bottom says she's lucky to be alive after her "obsession" could have killed her. Vanity Wonder spoke to Eamon Holmes and Ruth Langsford on the British TV show This Morning last Monday and admitted she was "dumb" to go to extreme lengths to get a curvy posterior.

After showing pictures where Vanity looked 'bootilicious' before having hundreds of the illegal injections, Ruth asked the 30-year-old why she had wanted to change her body shape. Vanity admitted it had become an obsession as she felt she had to compete against other women in her job as a dancer. She said: "When I heard about butt injections I thought it sounded stupid but after a year in that environment as a dancer, everyone was doing it, it wasn't such a foreign concept. I thought I might as well try it. Then it became a competition — not for men but against other women. So many of us were doing it because we wanted to look better than the other person." Vanity revealed each procedure involved at least nine injections in each cheek. She described how the injections felt like being struck by lightning and that they could often leak, but this didn't deter her.

She admitted after the first treatment she didn't even know what she had been injected with. "The first time I went for injections I didn't know what she used. She said it was soya bean oil but after doing my research, I don't believe her," she said. Vanity developed an infection as a result of the illegal injections but even this didn't make her stop having them. However, she explained it then meant she had to have silicone implants as the infection had left her bottom looking like "a sack of oranges".

— Daily Mail





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