Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth at Elton John's 2012 Oscar viewing party. Credits: Getty Source: ELLE Canada
Miley Cyrus has finally addressed the bling on her ring finger.
Back in January, the pop star posted an Instagram selfie wearing her engagement ring from Liam Hemsworth, causing us all to wonder if the Cyrus-Hemsworth wedding was back on (they had split in 2013) and just when we would receive our invitation.
Yesterday on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Miley confirmed the engagement obliquely, telling Ellen she's told Liam the ring is not entirely her style, but "I wear it because you love me."
That said, we know what Liam can get her for Christmas. Candy. Miley admits that she sometime switches up the diamond for accessories made out of gummies and cotton candy. We feel you.
Gwyneth Paltrow, Apple and Moses. Credits: Instagram.com Source: ELLE Canada
Proud mom and dad alert.
Of course Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin procreated super-talented celebrity scions.
Apple and Moses Martin joined their dad onstage to sing a song at a Boys and Girls Club fundraiser in Malibu. Moses, 10, covered Twenty One Pilots’ “House of Gold,” earning cheers from the crowd. Twelve-year-old Apple impressed with Ariana Grande’s “Just a Little Bit of Your Heart,” with her Coldplay frontman dad on piano.
Mom and dad have some competition.
Happy birthday – and baby, Ciara! The singer turned 31 on Oct. 25 and announced the same day that she and new husband Russell Wilson are expecting their first child.
She posted an adorbs snapchat on Instagram with the caption. "On this special birthday, I received an abundance of love from friends and family. And I'm excited to finally share one of the Greatest Gifts of All that God could give."
This is their first child together. Ciara has a son, Future Zahir Wilburn, with rapper Future. Congrats CiCi!
Kylie Jenner demonstrates her skincare routine on Snapchat. Source: Instagram.com/kylizzlesnapchats
Don't have time to commit to a 10-step routine? Just do this.
It would be nice if we could just eat and drink our way to perfect skin: a bite of salmon here, a glass or two or water there. “Unfortunately when you ingest things orally, they don’t necessarily go to the skin to give benefits,” says Dr. Kucy Pon, a Toronto-based dermatologist. “With regard to collagen-based drinks or food, there is not a lot of data in the medical literature to know whether there are true benefits to the skin.” Takeaway: Apply a topical product in addition to any supplements you might be taking.
If you do just one thing in your…
Exfoliate. “A healthy rate of skin-cell renewal is one of the key components of radiant and even-toned skin,” says New York dermatologist Dr. Dennis Gross, who recommends the daily use of alpha- or beta-hydroxy acids.
"Scientific research shows that collagen and elastin production starts to decline in quantity and quality when we reach the age of 30,” he explains. A retinoid will stimulate new cell production and “inhibit the body’s natural enzymes that break down collagen.”
Add peptides into your routine. "They stimulate collagen in a very unique way,” says Gross. “The more receptors you put to work, the more firming you’ll see. If your concern is wrinkles or laxity, then it’s an important ingredient to look for in your products.” (See here for more info on why they are key.)
Skin is drier now than ever before. Use an oil, like Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Intensive Recovery Ampoules ($135 for 60), to hydrate and prevent water loss.