Doutzen Kroes Brings Friday Links

Doutzen Kroes Brings Friday Links

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The hundreds of ways in which Doutzen Kroes gets photoshopped – Jezebel

This woman is the new Samantha Brick (remember her?) – Daily Mail

Alessandra Ambrosio’s new bikini treat – JustJared

Paulina Porizkova is 50 years old and she looks amazing in a bikini – Celebslam

Kim and Kylie‘s see-through battle – The Superficial

Selena Gomez is taking a shower in her new video – Popoholic


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Kim Kardashian’s Letter to Her Future Self: “Enjoy how you look, you’re not getting any younger”

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Kim Kardashian is featured in the July issue of Glamour Magazine, where the reality star writes a letter to her future self, 10 years from now… and as expected, one of Kim’s favorite topis is body image (and tanning):

‘When it comes to how you feel about your body remember to be kind to yourself and enjoy how you look now, because you’re not getting any younger.’

Watch the full video below!

See more shots of pregnant Kim (who is expecting a boy) after the jump!

 

Maggie Gyllenhaal: “You’re not sexy enough. You’re not pretty enough”

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On being told she is “not being pretty enough”:

“When I was starting out, I used to hear “no” a lot and still do. And, “You’re not sexy enough. You’re not pretty enough.” When I was really young, I auditioned for this really bad movie with vampires. I wore a dress to the audition that I thought was really hot. Then I was told I wasn’t hot enough. My manager at the time said, “Would you go back and sex it up a little bit?” So I put on leather pants, a pink leopard skinny camisole and did the audition again and still didn’t get the part. After that, I was like, “OK, f— this!”

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Gina Rodriguez: “Not seeing a woman like me as a lead made me feel like I’d never be skinny enough”

Gina Rodriguez: “Not seeing a woman like me as a lead made me feel like I’d never be skinny enough”

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On beauty diversity:

“I want to change the idea of minorities in the media. Or contribute to that movement—I’m not single-handedly doing it. Growing up, I never saw my home life reflected on-screen, and that made me feel a certain way about myself. It’s not only about my ethnicity; it made me feel a certain way about my beauty. Not seeing a woman like me as a lead made me feel like I’d never be skinny enough, I’d never be pretty enough. I want to give young girls, like my niece, the tools to see a billboard and think, That [non-Latina] girl is beautiful, but that’s not the only form of beauty. Jane’s story is about a beautiful, normal girl. We don’t talk about her weight or her looks.”

… says Jane the Virgin star Gina.

See more of her Glam spread next!

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Rose Byrne: “In this business, you’re constantly being told things about your appearance”

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On her concept of beauty:

Beauty comes from within. It’s a cliché, but I think it’s true. However, in this business, it’s hard to reconcile that when you’re constantly being told things about your appearance, whether it’s that you are too pretty or too plain or too brunette or whatever the problem is.

On how women are scrutinized for their looks:

Absolutely! Increasingly! Look at Hillary Clinton. She has to spend time getting her hair and makeup done whereas a male candidate doesn’t have to do that as much. Or at least as much grooming. It really is this very old concept that we are valued for putting ourselves together and presenting ourselves.

Jennifer Lopez: “I see pictures of myself in my twenties and go, “Oh, I look better now!”

Jennifer Lopez: “I see pictures of myself in my twenties and go, “Oh, I look better now!”

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On her looks:

I embrace who I am. I feel sexy, I feel youthful, I feel pretty sometimes. I think a healthy body image comes from being the best you, not competing with anybody else. You know, I’m not a 6-foot tall model…I’m not a size 2. And when I came to Hollywood, that’s what the world was filled with. I was fine being me and I think that changed a lot of people’s thinking. I work out, but I’m not as much of a fanatic as I used to be. And, funnily enough, I feel like I’m in better shape now. I see pictures of myself in my twenties and go, “Oh, I look better now!”

… says Jennifer.

Above left: Jennifer back in 1998.

Above right: Jennifer these days.

P.S.: 2 years ago, Jennifer revealed her height and weight: 5’51/2” and 125-130 lbs (166 cm and 57-59 kg).

See her Us Weekly cover next!

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Jane Fonda: “I grew up so defined by my looks”

Jane Fonda: “I grew up so defined by my looks”

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On body image:

‘I did have plastic surgery. I’m not proud of the fact that I’ve had it. But I grew up so defined by my looks. I was taught to think that if I wanted to be loved, I had to be thin and pretty. That leads to a lot of trouble. I’m older now, and I have to be more self-conscious. When you’re young, you can get away with more. I always thought that being self-conscious was a negative. But now I feel differently.’

On her biggest insecurity – her arms:

‘These only come out during candlelight on a very dark evening.’

… says 77 year-old Jane in W Magazine.

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