It's been nearly a year since Olivia Wilde welcomed son Otis, and the actress opened up about the changes her body has gone through since pregnancy in a candid new essay for Shape magazine.The 31-year-old wrote that she is "not in perfect shape," adding, "I'm softer than I've ever been, including that unfortunate semester in high school when I simultaneously discovered Krispy Kreme and pot.
With a single photo of herself on the beach, Rachel Hollis ignited a body-acceptance revolution.The mother of three confidently showed off her stretch marks and "flabby belly" this month while on vacation with her family, and the supportive response was overwhelming.“It touches my heart that people are having this reaction to it,” Hollis told TODAY.com on March 24.
An engaged couple who met on a movie set and grew closer during a cancer battle found a happy ending in the form of an incredible surprise wedding, thanks to a merry bunch of pranksters.The emotional video of Mario and Elaine's story and surprise wedding, the latest feel-good stunt by Prank It Fwd, has tallied more than 1.1 million views since it was posted on YouTube on Monday.
When New York high school student Sarah Kardonsky was thinking of a clever way to ask good friend Michael Pagano to the prom, she decided she needed a team to help her: namely, the New York Jets. Kardonsky reached out to several Jets players on Instagram to help her ask Pagano, who has autism and is a big Jets fan, to the big dance at Division Avenue High School in Levittown.
Nice moves, Bublé!When the crooner isn't melting hearts with his smooth sound, Michael Bublé is letting loose and spending quality (dancing) time with his son, Noah. Michael Bublé on baby vs. career: 'There's family...then there's everything else'In this adorable video posted to his Facebook page, Bublé and his 19-month-old son can be seen singing and dancing to "Mickey Mouse's Clubhouse.