The actress, who once launched a clothing line with her sisters and has a fashion database website myfdb.com with her fiance Keith Britton, loves taking time to put an outfit together as she knows it’s important to get the right look, reports contactmusic.com.
“Five years ago my sisters and I created our own brand, called Arasmaci, but we actually produced no more than a few T-shirts and some accessories because I became overwhelmed by ‘Avatar’,” she said.
“For many people, including a lot of actresses, fashion is all about brand names, logos, status symbols, but for me, it’s an art form,” she added.
Saldana also said that part of her job is to look good but she would never wear anything that made her look “cheap”.
“My body is my office, you might say. Half the job of someone in showbusiness is creating an attractive image. And for me, that doesn’t mean becoming a cheap sex symbol,” she said.
The 21-year-old actor, who recently finished filming the final two movies of the wizard film franchise, admits he believes scenes where his titular character finds himself close to death after being beaten up by his arch-nemesis Voldemort will be difficult for some fans to watch, reports contactmusic.com.
“Voldemort does absolutely kick six bells out of me, and that’s what makes it effective, the fact that Harry’s a kid (and) having beaten out of him. If it’s Voldemort killing an adult – well, he does that loads in the films,” said Radcliffe.
“To see him brutalising and desperately trying to kill a 17-year-old boy is hopefully going to shake some people up,” he added.
The British actor, who plays the titular wizard character in the film franchise, is thrilled by the giant canvas he was given for his 21st birthday, despite the limited creative prowess of his co-stars, reports imdb.com.
“For my birthday this year, the idea was to get a lot of the people in the cast and crew to contribute some art and it was going to be a masterpiece! I’m not sure it is, but I love it because I know everyone on it,” he said.
Radcliffe has played the iconic character since 2001.
Usmagazine.com reports Simpson posted a photo of herself with Johnson on microblogging site Twitter and wrote, “I met a wonderful man.. Damn I’m lucky!”
And Simpson’s sister Ashlee Simpson-Wentz is happy for her too.
“She is happy, so we are all really happy. Her happiness is the most important thing to me,” said Ashlee, who insists her sister isn’t in any rush to settle down with Johnson.
A man accused of breaking into the home of Paris Hilton armed with knives pleaded not guilty to a charge of attempted burglary.
Nathan Parada, who entered the plea in a Los Angeles court on Friday, was arrested on August 24 outside the socialite”s house, reports the Mirror.
Hilton was at home when Parada allegedly banged on windows.
She posted a photo of his arrest on her Twitter feed and described the incident as “scary”.
Parada is due back in court for a preliminary hearing on September 15.
The bra promises to deliver the same results as having a breast uplift operation.
Brook has boosted her assets with what is claimed to be the world”s most technologically advanced bra.
The brunette is pictured modelling its effects, which are listed as uplifting the wearer”s chest and “reshaping and contouring” the breast to perfection.
This is achieved by the bra”s “complex web of microscopic fibres concealed in the compressed foam and the secret in-built Icon sling that propels the breast upwards,” the Mirror quoted an Ultimo spokeswoman as saying.
Michelle Mone, the bra”s creator, said it was so comfortable and lightweight that women would not even know they were wearing it.
The singer, who is married to hip-hop mogul Jay-Z, has confessed that her love of clutter is her worse habit but she would love to change her untidy ways.
“I promise I”m working on this, but I could be less messy at home and keep the clothes in my closet and off the floor,” Contactmusic quoted her as saying.
The 28-year-old beauty also admits she is a workaholic and can”t stop thinking about her career, even during her time off.
She explained to Self magazine: “I love going to dinners, seeing plays, visiting museums and spending time with family and friends. I know it”s time to jump back into my work when everything I do starts inspiring lyrics and melodies and I can”t keep myself out of the studio.”