ELLE Canada and Smashbox Cosmetics present the #ECMODELSEARCH17
Have you ever wanted to see yourself in ELLE Canada? Enter our ELLE Canada Model Search presented by Smashbox Cosmetics for your chance to be in the spotlight in an editorial feature PLUS be flown out to L.A. for a photo shoot at Smashbox Studios!
ENTER ON INSTAGRAM BY JANUARY 8, 2017
HOW TO ENTER:
1. TAG your Instagram images or videos with #ECMODELSEARCH17
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Three (3) finalists will appear in an editorial feature in ELLE Canada.
One (1) winner will receive a round-trip flight to Los Angeles, two nights' accommodation and a styled photo shoot at Smashbox Studios.
Justin Bieber on The Ellen Show. Credits: The Ellen Show Source: ELLE Canada
Now that he's single, think you'll match with the Biebs on Tinder? Think again.
The hearts of teenage girls around the world collectively melted as Justin Bieber revealed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that he is very much single.
Before you get too excited ladies, Bieber, who most recently dated Sofia Richie, is not looking for love. For what seems like the first time since the downfall of Jelena, the "Purpose" singer is happy on his own and told Ellen he won't be on Tinder anytime soon. Looks like his next girl will just have to meet him the old-fashioned way.
See the full clip below.
Credits: ELLE Canada Source: Getty
Hold onto your Grammys, John.
Here's more proof that Ryan Gosling is pretty much a perfect human. His La La Land co-star John Legend revealed on Good Morning America that Gosling learned how to play the piano for his role in the musical so fast it kinda had the Grammy winner sweating.
"I was kind of jealous about how fast he learned to be awesome at piano,” said multi-award-winning musician John. “I’ve been playing since I was four. It's not fair.” (Watch below.)
All jokes aside, John praised Ryan’s work ethic, and said that he felt “lucky” to be part of the film.
Also, if you missed the cuteness that is John and Chrissy playing a game of charades with Jimmy Fallon and Chelsea Handler on The Tonight Show, catch it here.
Lilly Singh makes a Superwoman-worthy sandwich. Credits: Youtube.com Source: ELLE Canada
"I'm using fresh ingredients to make up for your expired thought process."
Lilly Singh has a question for her sexist trolls: why don't they know how to make their own sandwiches?
The Canadian YouTuber, a.k.a. IISuperwomanII, hit back at a hater who said they think women belong in the kitchen with a perfect tutorial, "How to Make a Sandwich for Sexists." The video is full of hilarious jokes – "the onion has layers... just like your insecurity" – and what looks like a pretty delicious sandwich.
Catch Singh's recipe below.