Jade Thirlwall has apologised to British pop star Cheryl for “completely ripping off” one of her costumes during Little Mix’s first-ever tour.The singer, 27, posted a throwback image on Instagram of one of her own tour looks, showing herself wearing a …
Jade Thirlwall has apologised to British pop star Cheryl for “completely ripping off” one of her costumes during Little Mix’s first-ever tour.
The singer, 27, posted a throwback image on Instagram of one of her own tour looks, showing herself wearing a cropped hoodie and jogging bottoms, alongside an old image of Cheryl in a similar live performance outfit.
Jade captioned the post: “That time I completely ripped off Chezza’s outfit for our first tour… @cherylofficial please forgive me.”
After the Promise This singer shared Jade’s post with the caption, “Cute,” the Little Mix star went on to prove she’s a massive fan of Cheryl as she brought out a concert DVD of her A Million Lights Tour.
“Only gone and found my @cherylofficial tour dvd and honestly, we love to see it,” she penned, alongside a snap of her watching the performance at home.
Jade is currently isolating amid the coronavirus pandemic with two friends, including Little Mix’s stylist, as the U.K. remains on lockdown amid the global health crisis.
Her posts come after Perrie Edwards admitted the singers were “going to have to postpone” the release of their new album, after debuting its lead single Break Up Song, due to the pandemic.
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Twiggy will serve as a special judge on the U.K. version of reality show RuPaul’s Drag Race. The ’60s supermodel, who became a global icon thanks to her short hems, cropped hairstyle and doe-like eyes, will act as a celebrity guest judge for one episo…
Twiggy will serve as a special judge on the U.K. version of reality show RuPaul’s Drag Race.
The ’60s supermodel, who became a global icon thanks to her short hems, cropped hairstyle and doe-like eyes, will act as a celebrity guest judge for one episode of the upcoming show, alongside host RuPaul and veteran judge Michelle Visage.
The 69-year-old, who was awarded a damehood for her services to fashion, the arts and charity earlier this year, revealed in a statement that she excited to judge drag queens.
“You see the most gorgeous women in the most glamorous outfits. I love the creativity of the clothes and the make-up. I have been to a few drag shows and they’re brilliant fun,” she said.
According to a press release, the “British cultural icon” is a personal heroine of RuPaul and “her understanding of high fashion, the catwalk and her experience as a seamstress brought some dame realness to proceedings.”
British popstar Cheryl will also act as a special celebrity judge in a different episode, and she shared she was a big fan of the series.
“I have always admired the work and dedication that goes into drag and have learned over the years that it is an art form,” Cheryl said. “It is not only fun and glamorous but equally as skillful and admirable, I find it incredibly inspiring. I just love the make-up, creativity and the drama. I am honoured to be a guest judge!”
Twiggy and Cheryl join previously announced guest judges Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams, Spice Girl Geri Horner, Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall, British actress Michaela Coel, and Hacksaw Ridge star Andrew Garfield.
Talk show hosts Graham Norton and Alan Carr will appear as rotating resident judges across the eight-part series, which will air on BBC Three in the autumn.
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Cheryl has named dying her hair bright blonde as a teenager as her biggest beauty mistake.The British singer has experimented with her tresses numerous times over the years, rocking everything from sleek, long strands to mid-length waves. However, Cher…
Cheryl has named dying her hair bright blonde as a teenager as her biggest beauty mistake.
The British singer has experimented with her tresses numerous times over the years, rocking everything from sleek, long strands to mid-length waves. However, Cheryl has never really tried out blonde hair, and in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, she explained that she has avoided the colour after a bad experience when she was around the age of 15.
“I was very young and a bit naive, so I didn’t realise what bleach could do to your hair, especially for someone as dark as me,” she told the publication. “It meant my hair was in terrible condition and I thought I could solve it with a home kit, but of course that didn’t work.”
In addition, Cheryl shared that she wishes she never cut her hair into a bob when she was 19 because she instantly “hated” the look on her. The disastrous haircut meant she started using hair extensions though, and she has never looked back, having recently teamed with brand Easilocks.
“With what I do, there’s a lot of heat from styling and the lights on set, so the damage can be almost constant. It’s nice to have something to buff the damage, so I like to wear extensions for red carpets and when I’m performing,” the 35-year-old noted.
Elsewhere in the chat, Cheryl shared that she gets her hair trimmed every six to eight weeks and takes supplements from Lumity too, as the brand was recommended to her by a pal when some of her hair fell out after she gave birth to son Bear in March 2017.
“My friend recommended these supplements to me and I’ve never looked back because they contain everything you need for good hair, skin and nails. My hair has never been so healthy,” she smiled.
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Eva Longoria praised her “beautiful L’Oreal family” after walking in the brand’s Paris Fashion Week show on Sunday (30Sep18).The actress, who has been a spokesperson for the French beauty giant since 2005, featured in the company’s recent style extrava…
Eva Longoria praised her “beautiful L’Oreal family” after walking in the brand’s Paris Fashion Week show on Sunday (30Sep18).
The actress, who has been a spokesperson for the French beauty giant since 2005, featured in the company’s recent style extravaganza held alongside the river Seine, with fellow ambassadors including Elle Fanning and Cheryl also appearing.
Eva, who gave birth to her and husband Jose Antonio Baston’s first son Santiago in June, strutted her stuff on the catwalk in an embroidered floral minidress by Giambattista Valli, complete with a long train that trailed behind her.
She wore her brunette locks in an easy up-do, and rocked showstopping glittery lips and bold pink eye make-up.
Taking to Instagram on Monday, the former Desperate Housewives star was eager to share her joy over her modelling gig.
“What an unforgettable experience to walk the Seine with my beautiful L’Oreal family! So proud to be a part of such an empowering group. A bientot (see you soon) Paris,” the 43-year-old wrote alongside a series of photos of her on the runway.
Cheryl was dressed to kill in a one-shouldered sequin number by Off-White, which was matched with a pair of thigh-high patent black boots, while Elle was styled in a pale pink figure-hugging floral dress.
Andie MacDowell and Game of Thrones star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau were cast in the show too, as were top models including Doutzen Kroes, Winnie Harlow, Duckie Thot, Iskra Lawrence and Georgia Fowler.
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Cheryl takes better care of her skin now that she’s a mother.The British singer and boyfriend Liam Payne, 24, became parents for this first time last year (17) to son Bear, and Cheryl quickly learned she’d need to adapt her beauty regime as she embrace…
Cheryl takes better care of her skin now that she’s a mother.
The British singer and boyfriend Liam Payne, 24, became parents for this first time last year (17) to son Bear, and Cheryl quickly learned she’d need to adapt her beauty regime as she embraced motherhood. Her skincare routine was given the biggest overhaul once she realised she needed to “up her game” and really focus on hydration.
“I’ve got a couple of luxury serums from SkinCeuticals,” the 34-year-old explained in an interview with Britain’s Glamour magazine during the Cannes Film Festival. “I use the £85 ($115) Hyaluronic Acid Intensifier serum, which is really great.”
Though the Call My Name hitmaker admits the product is “luxury and it’s a bit more of an expense” she’s adamant it’s worth splashing out on skincare in the long run.
“If you take care of your skin, your make-up looks fresher,” she considered. “Having a good base makes it far easier than trying to cover skin ailments with make-up as you’re not really addressing the problem.”
Former Girls Aloud singer Cheryl also shared that she takes a two-step supplement by Lumity both morning and night, and added that she received her best beauty tips from Spice Girls’ Geri Horner during their girl band days.
And as a busy mum, it’s no surprise that the pop star prefers a more relaxed approach when it comes to exercise.
“I do love yoga,” she smiled. “I like it for calming your state of mind so instead of doing mad cardio where it intensifies it, it calms you down.”
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