I hardly wear any makeup when it's just me hanging out. When we were shooting Safe Haven in North Carolina, it was extremely hot. I'm traveling, and trying to figure out what works for me in different locations. They're so uplifting, motivational, and inspirational that by the end of it you want to cry, you’re so inspired, and you feel like you can conquer the world afterward.Toward the end we were shooting 20 hours a day, and sleeping just four. So I love doing that first thing on a Monday morning and starting my week like that. I'll put it in a frying pan, add a little olive oil, some salt and pepper, and go to town. I look like I've gained 5 pounds but I've actually gained 20.But she ignored the pleas and swapped messages with the teenager on Snapchat.
She was raised in a strict Mormon community in a dusty Utah suburb.
As Hough describes it: “No sex before marriage, no drinking, no caffeine, no smoking, no swear words, no R-rated movies.” But now the 25-year-old actress is making up for lost time, living the dream by posting bikini-clad selfies on Instagram, diving off yachts and drinking cocktails on the beach with sexy young things, including her BFF, “The Vampire Diaries” star Nina Dobrev.
In their People cover story, super-close star siblings Derek and Julianne Hough open up about their parents’ “difficult” divorce— and now Radar can reveal exclusive details about the devastating split.
In Marriann and Bruce Hough’s official divorce decree, written in March 1998, when Derek was 12 and Julianne was just 9 years old, the couple vowed they would remain dedicated to their four minor children. The siblings also share an older sister, Sharee.) READ the Hough family’s divorce decree “The parties both have loving and valuable relationships with their children, and agree to work together to support those relationships,” Utah court documents state.
She’ll play it up for the cameras, but she’s not grinding on Robin Thicke or anyone else.
She’s a bit of a daredevil, but she’s probably not headed to rehab for “exhaustion” anytime soon.
She used her husband's company credit card to buy the youngster designer goods from Selfridges.
The mother-of-four was warned not to contact the boy by his parents who were suspicious about her after she bought their son two i Phones.
“Further, the parties agree to work together to provide for the physical care and financial and emotional support of the children.” However, according to documents, Derek, 29, and Julianne, 25, were promptly separated into different homes.