Emma Stone on The Tonight Show
"Whatever you're doing, looks inappropriate."
Emma Stone needs to brush up on her Bruce Springsteen. She played The Whisper Challenge on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and for three minutes – the equivalent of 24 hours in TV time – could not figure out that Jimmy was mouthing "Born in the U.S.A."
"It looked like 'Pork in the Desert,'" she said. Watch below.
So this is crazy: It's time for the 9th annual 'United States of Pop' aka everyone's favourite DJ mash up of all the year's chart toppers.
But that's not the crazy part. What's really insane is that Zayn's 'Pillowtalk' came out THIS year. I feel like it's one of those songs that's just like, always been there you know?
Anyway! Have a listen to see if your fave ditty made the cut.
Estee Lalonde visits the ELLE Canada closet. Credits: Danielle Campbell
A few weeks back we had Youtube sensation Estee Lalonde into the ELLE Canada Closet to play a little game of Fishbowl Frenzy! Don't forget to pick up our January 2017 issue to see an exclusive portrait of the Internet star...and now IRL author of a new memoir / life advice book, Bloom.
Adriana Lima prepping for the runway. Credits: Instagram.com
How supermodels and Victoria’s Secret Angels stay fit, beautiful and runway-ready:
All of the catwalk cliques—from the Instagirls to the Angels—love going nine rounds. A form of interval training, boxing builds stamina and muscle endurance. No ring nearby? Grab an exercise band. Former boxer Michael Olajide Jr., who works with Adriana Lima at his Aerospace High Performance Centre in NYC, ties them around clients’ ankles while they bob and weave. Even just jabbing will strengthen the lower back and shoulders and help posture, says Justin Gelband of modelFIT, also in NYC, whose clients include Irina Shayk and Miranda Kerr.
Olajide prefers the body-toning cardio of skipping to running; he says it’s easier on the joints and you’ll see results in a third of the time.
CHANGE IT UP
Behati Prinsloo counts squats and sit-ups as top butt kickers, but she’s always up for a change. “I don’t like knowing exactly what I’m going to do because I get lazy,” she says. This mind game benefits the body too: Switching exercises makes you concentrate more and equals faster results, says Gelband.