Khloe Kardashian says she no longer listens to what people have to say about her fluctuating weight because she can never please everyone.
Khloe Kardashian, 28, spoke about her impressive weight loss of 30 pounds in 2009 thanks to taking Quick Trim pills, but she revealed that even though she triumphed in some sense, she still found herself being criticized by others.
The reality star told the February 2013 issue of Glamour magazine: “A few years ago I lost 30 pounds, and people still wanted to criticize. And honestly, I’m happy with myself if I’m a little heavier.”
Khloe Kardashian, who is married to basketball player Lamar Odom, admitted that she now feels comfortable no matter what the scales say.
She continued: “I realized: Why am I trying to conform to someone else’s idea of beauty? I think I’m beautiful either way.”
Khloe Kardashian says she no longer listens to what people have to say about her fluctuating weight because she can never please everyone
While her sisters’ new Keeping Up With The Kardashians spinoff show starts on E! this weekend, Khloe Kardashian has been balancing housewife duties with her recent hosting stint on The X Factor.
She said about splitting time in the kitchen making meals for husband Lamar Odom and being in the TV studio: “I’ll be so busy, but I’ll make his favorite meal. Those little things, he appreciates them so much.”
Khloe Kardashian, who denied feelings of “jealousy over my sisters’ lives” in her blog rant this week – has embraced the differences between her and her sisters.
Khloe Kardashian, who has previously spoken about being labeled “the ugly one”, told Glamour: “I’m a little more silly than they are. I like to do designs on the side of my face, or cut out foil stickers from the crafts store and put them on my forehead.”
Rita Ora has been hitting the headlines this week thanks to a very public Twitter row with her now ex-boyfriend Rob Kardashian.
But as she posed for a stunning new shoot in Glamour magazine, Rita Ora has opened up about the real reasons for their relationship breakdown.
Insisting that she and Rob Kardashian are still “friends”, Rita Ora, 22, blamed their hectic work schedules for the split.
Rita Ora explained: “I’m not going out with Rob. We were close for a while, but it didn’t work because I was never there.
“I was like a ghost. I used to get so frustrated with myself and then wonder why I was angry, so I decided it was best to keep it friendly – especially at the moment, when there’s so much going on.”
Rita Ora posed for a stunning new shoot in Glamour magazine and she has opened up about the real reasons she split from Rob Kardashian
Rita Ora also admitted that despite being linked to various male celebrities, she has yet to experience the feeling of being in love.
She said: “In 22 years, there’s been nothing. I have had young fascinations but never love.
“I think it’s my only weakness.
“I’m scared of letting my guard down, and if I feel in love with someone now, he’d have to try ten times harder to break it down.”
And asked what she looks for in a man, Rita Ora replied: “I only need three things from a guy – for him to make me laugh, tell me I’m beautiful once in a while, and be there for me.”
Georgia May Jagger, the youngest daughter of Jerry Hall and Mick Jagger, recreated one of her mother’s most famous looks in a photo shoot for Glamour magazine.
With her blonde locks piled to one side and her enviable cheekbones on display, Georgia May Jagger, 20, looks exactly like her mother in a snap taken in 1993.
Both daughter and mother are seen in bright red ensembles, with matching bright lips, it is hard to deny that Georgia May Jagger has inherited some great genes.
In the magazine feature, Georgia May Jagger revealed how she envies her 56-year-old mother for “her big, beautiful brows”.
“That’s the thing I wish I had,” she said.
Georgia May Jagger is carving her very own successful modeling career and as seen storming the catwalk during London Fashion Week last month.
Georgia May Jagger recreated Jerry Hall’s most famous look in a photo shoot for Glamour magazine
A Photoshop alteration raised alarms over a pretty model in a burnt orange dress, who appeared to have had a run-in with a very heavy airbrush.
The devilishly bad piece of retouching at Simply Be left the brunette with an apparently freakishly clawed left hand, complete with six fingers and right-angled gashes.
Alongside the sharp digits, the unwitting model’s right hand was given a stumped, forked thumb.
As Vernon and the team at the Photoshop Disasters write: “On the upside, her dress is a lovely color, and the photo has made this model the most in-demand guest at all finer marshmallow and wienie roasts.”
The alteration begs the question of whether the rest of the image – including the dress for sale – has been unrealistically and misleadingly enhanced.
A devilishly bad piece of retouching at Simply Be left a model with an apparently freakishly clawed left hand, complete with six fingers and right-angled gashes
After the story made its way onto Jezebel, Simply Be quickly changed the image to something for more human and less ghoulish.
The kimono dress is now worn by a model who, the site acknowledges, is a “non-mutant” – and, thankfully, rather more attractive – version.
As if Photoshop hadn’t already had enough criticism of late, the blunder adds fuel to the anti-retouching lobby.
Moves to restrict the use of retouching on commercial images are gaining momentum, no thanks to the embarrassing backlash that airbrushing errors such as this creates.
On the basis of a poll that found that readers were increasingly feeling deceived by commercial images, Glamour magazine has just announced that it will ask commissioned photographers not to alter the shapes of models – even if a celebrity requests a ‘digital diet’.
No matter how beautiful or famous, celebrities and models alike regularly fall foul of over-zealous retouching – with some companies, such as Makeup Forever, increasingly making a point of only publicizing entirely unaltered images.