It's not easy being in the public eye when you're pregnant. Everybody and their brother seems to have a comment about your size, your shape, and the way you're handling it. Jenny McCarthy certainly knows about the backlash expectant celebs receive via social media and gossip magazines. She proudly displayed a picture of herself nine months pregnant (and weighing 211 pounds, 80 more than her usual weight) and received quite a few comments. Appearing on today's Rachael Ray Show, Jenny has a few words for people who make disparaging comments on Twitter about pregnant women and encourages other celebrity moms-to-be to proudly post pictures — even when the photo may not be the most flattering to their "image."
Nicole Richie was well accessorized to make the talk-show rounds in NYC yesterday. Wearing round glasses, a leather jacket, and a statement necklace, Nicole visited the Today show and The Rachael Ray Show after a trip to Paris Fashion Week, where Nicole sat front row at Valentino and mingled with other stylish celebrities. Later on in the afternoon, Nicole changed into a furry black jacket and fringed top to continue making the Big Apple rounds.
Nicole's not just a spectator, but also a designer herself, and she's been busy building her own fashion empire. She recently found a new face for one of her lines — Nicole chose Sasha Spielberg, daughter of Steven Spielberg, to star in a Spring 2013 campaign. Nicole will also be showing off her style chops on Fashion Star, which returns to NBC tonight, and has been chatting up the reality competition at her various interviews this week.
Despite all the holiday leftovers you still have in the fridge, make an effort to eat more healthfully. Turn leftover ham into a delicious, no-cook salad. Although ham is full-flavored, it's a surprisingly lean meat.
All too frequently pigeonholed as a sandwich filler, this protein plays the starring role beautifully in a satisfying salad alongside Swiss, asparagus, and tarragon vinaigrette. To make yourself this gratifying meal, read more