If you watched Taylor Swift's video for "The Man," you may have noticed that Taylor as a man sounds a lot like Dwayne Johnson, and that's because it was. The 47-year-old longtime fan lent his voice to Taylor's character in the video, and I feel like everything just came full circle for him. Dwayne and Taylor first met back in 2011 on The Jay Leno Show, and the actor has never shied away from showing the world how big of a Swiftie he truly is. In fact, "Shake It Off" seems to be one of his favorite songs since he sings it almost every chance he gets: during interviews, on Lip Sync Battle, and . . .
Are we still even getting a Lizzie McGuire reboot? If so it won't be the one Hilary Duff wanted to give us! In January we found out Disney+ had fired showrunner Terri Minsky after only two episodes had been filmed. And yes, we noticed that was just weeks after we learned the show would feature an openly gay character . . . Disney said in a statement at the time: "Fans have a sentimental attachment to Lizzie McGuire and high expectations for a new series. After filming two episodes, we concluded that we need to move in a different creative direction and are putting a new lens on the . . .
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kelly Ripa (@kellyripa) on Feb 26, 2020 at 4:02pm PST It's in her last name - Kelly Ripa is ripped. She works with trainer Anna Kaiser, and Kelly gets in a sweat session four to five days a week. Her husband, Riverdale star Mark Consuelos, is also a fine specimen of fitness if we ever saw one. To prove it, here is Kelly's recent Instagram post that shows Mark doing an intense core-shredding exercise resembling a move called the "dragonfly" on a workout bench. (Lindsey Vonn did a version of this here.) Note: this is an advanced exercise. It requires . . .
In 2018, I was the smallest I'd ever been. Then I got pregnant, and it all went off the rails. I developed a sweet tooth for the first time in my life and started crushing Zebra Cakes and chocolate croissants like they were the foundation of the food pyramid. I fell into the elastic embrace of maternity clothing and paid no mind to the scale slowly creeping upward at doctor visits. After all, the other moms in my life told me the weight would "just melt right off" from breastfeeding. Surely there was no harm in ordering a side of mozzarella sticks with my pizza. By the time all was said and . . .