The first photo her is probably one of the best Paris Hilton pics out there. It’s very artistic but also alluring at the same time. We put together a pretty awesome gallery of Paris dressed up to draw attention. You’ve got to love the high white boots!
Paris is trying to be taken more seriously, but she’s really all about the eye candy. After all these years of acting like a party airhead, it’s hard to be looked at as a serious performer or anyone whose opinion should be taken seriously. maybe she should somehow focus on Paris hotels?
The hotel heiress does look good though in leather!
In a transformation that has stunned the British tabloid newspapers, high profile glamour model and celebrity socialite Jodie Marsh has turned herself into a competitive bodybuilder by using protein powder and other diet supplements.
The 32-year-old Essex girl has already achieved a fifth-place finish in the Natural Physique Association (NPA) Mike Williams Classic and Pro-Am Bodybuilding Championships in the city of Sheffield, having dropped her weight from nine-and-a-half stone to just eight stone in the space of eight weeks.
It is unclear whether Miss Marsh used fat burners, which are popular amongst bodybuilders who are looking to shed excess weight, as part of her training regime, but she has pointed to whey protein powder and a lot of egg whites as being crucial to her new nutrition plan.
Jodie told the This Morning TV show that, as a vegetarian, she did not follow the traditional bodybuilding diet plan of high protein intake through regular meals of lean meat. Instead, she takes on board 15 egg whites and seven protein shakes each day.
Her daily training routine involves three hours of cardiovascular training, two hours of weights and one hour working on her abdominal muscles through sit-ups and crunches. She also spends an hour a day working on her poses and routines, in order to be ready to compete at bodybuilding competitions.
Miss Marsh is clearly happy with the way her body looks, telling Metro: “My self-esteem is higher, my confidence is higher, I feel more secure, feel powerful – I almost feel invincible. I do feel a bit like Superwoman.”
Jodie’s new body has provoked a mixed reaction in UK newspapers but she says she can understand those who are put off by the high-octane world of weight training and bodybuilding.
She said: “If you’re not in the bodybuilding world it is scary, but to me it is normal. The more muscly and defined the better. It’s natural bodybuilding and not steroid. The steroid ones are f***ing scary. I think I still look really feminine.”
Here’s an interesting bit of news. Great Briton is staring at a potential “boob tax” as the government is trying to find places where they can raise more revenues. The plan involves raising up to £500 million by enacting a Value Added Tax on cosmetic surgery procedures like breast enhancement. This would increase the cost of operations like facelifts, tummy tucks and liposuction by 20 per cent. Until now, only minor procedures like Botox got this treatment.
Naturally, this is HUGE news for celebrities. Beauty is everything in the entertainment world, and many attractive celebrities need to rely on plastic surgery to keep their careers going. Naturally, breast enlargement is one of the most popular procedures. This is often more about enhancement that maintenance, but there’s nothing like an impressive rack to garner attention for a young actress, or an actress hoping to stay on top.
It doesn’t of course only apply to women. Famous men don’t want to go bald or lose their hair, unless they happen to look great with the shaved look. So hair transplant procedures are also very popular with the celebrity crowd.
Places like the Nu Cosmetic Clinic have a ton of business from regular people and celebrities, so it will be very interesting to see how this development is received by the public. Plastic surgery has become much more popular, so this will affect regular people as well.
Niraj Manglam, the owner of The Cosmetic Clinic, explains:
Cosmetic surgery industry should be classified as Healthcare. This is being regulated by Care Quality Commission as healthcare. As economy is bleeding and this has been one industry which has been giving employment to mainly female in 100 thousands.
You can create the success story on Nu Cosmetic Clinic which is a new company opened only a year ago has created employment opportunities in this though economic Climate . Nu Cosmetic Clinic employees 95 % female employee because of very nature of the product.
This Knee jerk reaction by Treasury will prove disastrous for industry as a whole and will ultimately affect working class women.
If at all this proposal has to be implemented this should be done in a phased manner over 5-10 years so that industry can make reasonable adjustment without affecting top line.
Treasury strategy is to rob working class to feed White Elephants (BANKERS)!!
We can combine this positive success story of Nu Cosmetic Clinic and also bashing of proposed Govt. VAT plan for this industry.
White Elephants CRUSHING DREAM of working class women!!