He became the face of eDiets.com just last month, announcing his plan to be healthier in the New Year. But it seems Cee Lo Green was having a cheat day this week, as he tucked into some greasy chicken. The 38-year-old singer was pictured at Los Angeles fast food joint El Pollo Loco last Wednesday, clad all in white as he carefully bit into a leg of meat. The Forget You singer arrived with his entourage and sat down at the no-frills eatery with a large beverage and a chicken meal. El Pollo Loco is known for fire-grilling its chicken, so perhaps the fast food outing wasn't as bad for his new diet as it could have been. Still, one would think the singer would have banished fast food from his diet after the Tampa Bay Business Journal broke the news last month Cee Lo had signed a deal to endorse eDiets' personalised weight loss plan. Cee Lo confirmed the deal to CNBC shortly thereafter. "Part of my New Year's resolution is to become more healthy," he told the network on December 21. "So eDiets has reached out to me in hopes of a partnership, and we've been able to forge it very formally and quickly and officially." The announcement came as Cee Lo's rider of fattening snacks and comfort foods was released over the holidays. According to The Smoking Gun, the singer requires "a rotating feast of rib-eye steaks, chicken, and fish (tilapia, trout, tuna steaks, and mahi-mahi)". The menu changes throughout the week, but daily "24 fried jumbo prawns and 24 sautéed jumbo prawns" are to be delivered to his dressing room. "Staples include mashed potatoes and mushroom gravy, baked lobster, macaroni & cheese, and baked butter-covered dinner rolls," according to the website.
— Daily Mail
Jennie Garth on her divorce
Jennie Garth's divorce left her in "excruciating pain." The former Beverly Hills, 90210 star — who dropped 30 pounds following her split from Twilight Saga star husband Peter Facinelli after 11 years of marriage last March - is still struggling to move on but knows the pain won't last forever. She told Health magazine: "When I'm in excruciating pain, like what I've been through with my breakup and that grief and loss that's just immobilising, it helps to remember that it only lasts for 13 to 15 minutes, max. And then it's over. Your mind is ready to go to something else. You might come back to it, but it helps to just know that that pain is not going to last forever." The 40-year-old actress — who previously admitted it 'stings' to see Peter with his new girlfriend Jaimie Alexander — revealed that she is interested in meeting someone new, just months after confessing she had jumped back into the dating scene again too quickly and was briefly linked to three men. She said: "I'm learning to date again. Looks aren't important to me anymore. I like positive energy."
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First Asian model to star on the cover of Italian Vogue
She has starred in campaigns for Calvin Klein, Valentino and Diesel, as well as featuring on the covers of Chinese Vogue and Elle. But now Chinese supermodel Fei Fei Sun can add pioneer to her lengthy CV.
The model has become the first Asian to feature on the cover of Vogue Italia — a groundbreaking development for the fashion glossy. In the UK, Sun has been photographed for the cover of i-D magazine and has featured in fashion editorial in British Vogue. The model also made her international catwalk debut in Britain when she walked for Mulberry and up-and-coming designer Nathan Jenden in September 2009. Since then Fei Fei Sun has walked for a veritable who's who of big names, with appearances on the Vivienne Westwood, Miu Miu, Dries van Noten and 3.1 Phillip Lim catwalks among many others. The model has also landed starring roles in some of the biggest beauty campaigns on the planet, including becoming the face of DKNY's Be Delicious fragrance and Calvin Klein's One. Although Sun and her compatriot, fellow Chinese supermodel Du Juan, have previously featured in Italian Vogue editorial, this is the first time that an Asian model has made the cover of the Italian glossy. French Vogue was the first European magazine to include an Asian model on its cover, when Du Juan appeared on an issue in 2011.
— Daily Mail