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14 Principled Anti-war Celebrities We Fear May Have Been Kidnapp

Diddy" Combs' Bad Boy Records. While serving a ten-year prison sentence for attempted murder, Shyne changed his name to Moses Michael Levi to reflect his grandmother's Jewish heritage and practice Judaism. Lauren London Lauren London, an actress and model, was born in Los Angeles to an African American mother and Jewish father. She is most known for her roles in ATL and her parts on 90210 and Entourage. Lenny Kravitz Born in New York City in May 1964, Lenny Kravitz has an African American mother and a Jewish father. He has won several "Best Male Rock Vocal Performance" Grammy Awards. <br>Source:

(Photo by Ray Tamarra/FilmMagic) Get Style Newsletters: Subscribe Follow: Fashion Week , Fashion Week Celebrities , Fashion Week Front Row , New York Fashion Week , New York Fashion Week 2013 , Nyfw , Nyfw 2013 , Nyfw Celebrities , Nyfw Stars , Nyfw Stars In The Front Row , Style News In addition to hoping their e-mails find you well, it turns out PR reps make mistakes. Sometimes those mistakes reveal what celebrities rejected their fashion week invites . When one unfortunate soul attempted to send out a tip sheet for the Lela Rose show, that e-mail unintentionally included an Excel spreadsheet of all the stars who had better things to do than to sit front row. Katie Cassidy and Brittany Snow are kind enough to attend, but long list of VIP rejections includes the likes of Olivia Munn, Zoe Saldana, Rachel Bilson, Mandy Moore, Mindy Kaling, Kristen Bell, Lake Bell and Lily Collins, among others. Many of the rejections are noted as "declined; she will be filming," although some come without explanation, we suppose those would read something like "declined; she will be brushing her hair" or "declined; she will be feeding her cat." Some celebs who RSVPed to their invites in the affirmative: Loading Slideshow Meredith Melling Burke, Virginia Smith Lynn Yaeger Kerry Washington, Nina Garcia, Zac Posen, Heidi Klum Alyssa Milano Alicia Keys, Anna Wintour, Maria Sharapova Jay Manuel and June Ambrose Colin Egglesfield and Kerry Rhodes Andrea Boehlke and John Henderson Tiffany Trump Mickey Sumner and Emily Mortimer Dani Stahl Bella Thorne, Louise Roe, and Olivia Palermo Jamie Chung Katie Cassidy, Chelsea Leyland, and Kyleigh Kuhn Robert Verdi Louise Roe, Olivia Palermo, Jamie Chung, Jessica Lowndes, and Zosia Mamet Nasim Pedrad Heidi Klum at BCBG Max Azaria Fall 2014 Lauriana Mae, Heidi Klum and Giuliana Rancic at BCBG Max Azaria Fall 2014 Alan Cumming, Debi Mazar and Giulia Corcos at Costello Tagliapietra Fall 2014 Alan Cumming and Debi Mazar at Costello Tagliapietra Fall 2014 Miss J. Alexander at Costello Tagliapietra Spring 2014 Rachel Roy, Jessica Stam and Shiona Turini at Supima Spring 2014 Zachary Quinto, Kevin Jonas, Joe and Nick Jonas at Richard Chai -- Love & Richard Chai Men's Spring 2014 Alyssa Milano at Tadashi Shoji Fall 2014 Bella Thorne, Alyssa Milano, and Rochelle at Tadashi Shoji Spring 2014 Estelle at BCBC Max Azaria Fall 2014 Solange Knowles Want more? Be sure to check out HuffPost Style on Twitter , Facebook , Tumblr , Tumblr , Pinterest and Instagram at @HuffPostStyle. <br>Source:

Celebrities embrace autumn hues on the red carpet

The Vogue editrix is famous for her self-assured, slightly intimidating, poker-faced Fashion Week presence, and earning a seat next to her could easily be a dream come true for most fashion-loving celebs. It also sets in motion a longtime industry superstition: does earning a coveted spot next to Anna also nab you a Vogue cover? Just in time for the start of Fashion Week, we're taking a look back at some of the stars who have been seated next to Anna during the shows and taking a tally of whether or not they've graced the glossy cover of Vogue. Click through to start keeping score. Additional reporting by Robert Khederian <br>Source:

Celebrities With Anna Wintour at Fashion Week Pictures

Many 'let themselves go' for a period of time until their grieving process during divorces and break-ups is complete. But this slump can hurt you in the long run and make it harder to get your body/health back. Whatever you are going through, whether it's break-ups, divorces, or a death of a loved one, remember you must take care of yourself. The following celebrities are pretty good examples of what to do if tragedy, such as death, divorces, or break-ups were to strike. You can see a big difference in how they personally handle their stress. Tragedy of any kind is hard to deal with. <br>Source:

Diana Nyad's Next Goal: 48-Hr. Swim with Celebrities for Charity

Actress Halle Berry also urged lawmakers to approve the bill. (Rich Pedroncelli / Associated Press / August 13, 2013) By Patrick McGreevy September 6, 2013, 12:07 p.m. SACRAMENTO - The state Senate on Friday sent a bill to the governor that would put new limits on paparazzi to protect the children of celebrities and public officials from harassment. Actresses Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner had testified recently to lawmakers in favor of the bill, saying they are afraid to take their children out into the public because of swarms of intrusive photographers. This measure aims to protect children who are particularly vulnerable to harassment because of their parents employment by increasing the penalties for intentional harassment of a child, Sen. <br>Source:,0,3714844.story

How eating Cheddar before bed makes you dream of celebrities - and why Cheshire cheese will give you a good night's sleep

At the "Blue Jasmine" screening at the Deauville American Film Festival in France, Cate Blanchett looked elegantly breezy in a black silk Dior Haute Couture gown with embroidered medallions. official website (Etienne Laurent / EPA /August 31, 2013) By Susan Denley September 8, 2013 The florals we saw on red carpets throughout the summer began giving way to notable pops of black and navy as August ended and September began last weekend. Cate Blanchett was elegantly breezy in a black silk Dior Haute Couture gown with embroidered medallions at the "Blue Jasmine" screening at the Deauville Film Festival. Gia Coppola added a whimsical bow tie to her menswear look at the "Palo Alto" screening at the Venice Film Festival. Black was also a versatile hue at the "Rush" world premiere, as seen in Naomi Campbell's short flirty dress, Elsa Pataky's formal Elie Saab silk georgette jumpsuit and Olivia Wilde's fierce and rather risky Gucci tux-over-bare-skin. Cate Blanchett was elegantly breezy in a black silk Dior Haute Couture gown with embroidered medallions at the "Blue Jasmine" screening at the Deauville Film Festival. <br>Source:,0,4944902.story

How celebrities deal with divorces

Don't forget to share with your friends on Twitter and Facebook. 422,271 Stats 14 Principled Anti-War Celebrities We Fear May Have Been Kidnapped Our government is yet again marching us towards a war of choice in the Middle East and our non-partisan, peace-loving celebrities have gone missing since late 2008. We fear the worst. posted on September 6, 2013 at 5:51pm EDT Community Contributor I know, right? Now tell your friends! 14 Principled Anti-War Celebrities We Fear... <br>Source:

Are mice really the world's smallest cheese fans? According to Nigel, it's a question of taste HOW TO MAKE THE PERFECT (SCIENTIST APPROVED) CHEESE TOASTIE Ingredients: According to Nigel, the idea that mice adore cheese isn't not quite true. 'Studies have varied, with some saying they do and others saying they don't,' he reveals. 'Perhaps it's a question of taste!' DOES CHEESE REALLY GIVE YOU NIGHTMARES? Not nightmares, but dreams, say the brains at the British Cheese Board. <br>Source:

Swim with Celebrities for Charity 09/04/2013 at 06:45 AM EDT Diana Nyad Ben Gabbe/Getty Diana Nyad may have finally completed her long-held dream of swimming from Cuba to Florida , but even at an age where many people are thinking about retirement, she isn't planning to slow down. The 64-year-old Nyad plans to swim for 48 hours straight next month, accompanied by celebrities swimming laps alongside her, in a specially Kim Kardashian designed swimming pool that will be erected in New York City to raise money for Superstorm Sandy survivors. Although the swimmer insists she isn't trying to prove anything "I didn't do this because I was in my 60s. I just happened to be in my 60s," she says she acknowledges that her success is having an impact, "not just on people of my generation but on younger people." "I have a kim kardashian turn it up godson who's 14 and he texted me yesterday and said, 'I'm never in my life again going to call someone in their 60s old. It's over. <br>Source:,,20731153,00.html

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