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Plus Madonna's workout, Cara Delavigne does Audrey, Kristen Bell on motherhood, and more stories of the day.
Sure, we all want Madonna's body, but are you prepared to eat like Madonna to get it? One poor soul tried it, and it was not pretty. [Source] Model and party gal Cara Delavigne covers Vogue Japan this month, styled in stunning Audrey Hepburn fashion. The British fashion model, styled by Patrick Demarchelier, does Audrey her way, which means bigger hair, and more plunging necklines. Do you like? [Source]
Wearable technology -- stuff like your Fitbit, or Nike Fuel band, and the upcoming Google Glass -- will be everywhere before you can say "dystopian nightmare." [Source]
Dieting? It's better not to test yourself by keeping delicious junk food in the house. Research says that avoiding the tempting food all together will get you the results you want, because willpower just doesn't work as well. It's a brain thing. [Source]
Wee adorable sloth-lover Kristen Bell is really into being a mom to new daughter Lincoln. Of shooting the new Veronica Mars movie, Bell said, "It was hard because I always wanted to be with the baby a ton. But also, I was so excited to be with my friends again. It's almost too much joy, if that's possible." How friction' cute. [Source]
Fitness trainer-to-the-stars and the woman responsible for Gwyneth Paltrow looking so ridiculously good, Tracy Anderson, separated from her husband Matt Mogol. "The well-being of the daughter that they share, as well as her son, will always remain Tracy's first priority," said Anderson's rep in a statement. "We appreciate the respect of Tracy and her family's privacy during this immensely heartbreaking and painful time." [Source]
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