Star Sightings

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Sofia Vergara’s curves are the real deal in her sheer-sleeved blue dress, sported with platform Stuart Weitzman peep-toes, J/Hadley earrings and wavy locks at a Diet Pepsi event in N.Y.C.

Rapper/actress Eve out shopping at Duane Reade in New York City. Love the loafers Eve.

Vivica A. Fox stuns in red as she makes an appearance on “Good Afternoon America” in NYC. The actress greeted fans on her way in and later out of the show as she wore a loud pair of Christian Louboutin heels.

Rita Ora leaves the ITV studios after performing on “This Morning” in a nude leather dress, and spiked stilettos


Star Sightings

NeNe Leakes and Jennifer Williams go to Mr. Chow for a charity dinner in Beverly Hills. Jen’s legs look amazing!!! Nene is also rocking shoes that she designed and are for sale on shoedazzle

Tyra Banks is rocking something blue while leaving the Good Afternoon America taping in New York City. Nice shoes.

The Preacher’s wife Megan Good kept it casually chic on the set of Dijon Talton’s debut music video shoot for his new single “Wild Out” at Empire Nightclub in Hollywood.

I Should Have Cheated songbird Keisha Cole poses with husband Daniel Gibson during a visit to the ESSENCE Magazine offices.

Vivica Fox looked pretty in white while attending the Silver Threads grand opening in Malibu.

Stay tuned for more of your favorite star sightings.

Bar Refaeli covers Maxim Magazine

Super hot Bar Refaeli takes the cover of Maxim magazine’s September 2012 issue. 27-year-old babe shows her incredible body on cover page wearing hot black bikini.

Check out some excerpts from her interview with mag:

On being voted to number one: “It doesn’t feel real, because I still can’t believe it. I feel like someone’s going to call and tell me there’s been a mistake.”

On not getting asked out much: “It’s true, and I think part of the reason is that I’m not out much. I’m usually at a photo shoot or going to sleep early. I don’t really have a chance to meet people other than businessmen on planes. They’re all married and much older, though.”

On her favorite body part: “My stomach is hard, and I’m very proud of it. I still eat, though. To me that’s one of the best things in life.”

On how guys should approach her: “If someone is funny, he should say something funny. If someone is sweet and gentle, he should talk that way. Just be yourself. I don’t like when guys act too cool for school. Like, the other day I was the airport, and there was a cute guy who I saw notice me. But instead of coming up to me, he put his head down and started texting to appear like, ‘Oh, I didn’t even see you!’ I was like, ‘If you really were cool, you’d just be yourself and talk to me.’”

On the most important thing men should know about the opposite sex: “If you can’t understand them, just give them a hug. That always works.”

On Twitter: “I love to tweet. I’m in a battle with myself to get more followers. I even make bets with myself on when I’m going to reach what number. I tweet in English and Hebrew because I’ll get lots of messages saying, ‘Yo, start talking Hebrew! Talk to us in our own language!’”

Who Rocked It? Brandy vs Kelly Pickler

Two stars, one look. You decide who wore it better.

Two sultry singers, two different ways of accessorizing the same Hervé Léger fringed mini. Both singers went for gold peep-toe pumps, matching clutches and minimal accessories. Brandy opted for giant earrings while Kelly went for an armful of rose gold bangles.

Star Sightings

It was a busy week/weekend for some of the stars who were spotted all around the country either making appearances, doing promo rounds or just having plain old fun.

Check out these sightings as reported by several blogs and sites.

Selita Ebanks and Jessica White were all smiles at the 2012 US Opens in NY, while Tamar Braxton donned a winter white sheath at a TV Land screening.

Brandy kept it simple while attending the premiere of ‘You, Me & The Circus, while Angela Simmons looked radiant in tribal print sheath attending a VIP cocktail reception for the grand opening of Dr. Susan’s Health and Beauty Institute in Beverly Hills. On the opposite Coast, Jordin Sparks was all summery while visiting Good Day New York.

Boris and Nicole – Love Never Looked This God

The headline on this week’s cover story reads “Love Never Looked So Good,” which makes perfect sense in relation to our cover subjects. It’s no secret that Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker are blessed with freakishly good looks — almost as if they were genetically created in a lab to mate and create a master race.

Yes, seven years in and the sparks that we originally witnessed in “Soul Food” now appear to burn hotter than a blue flame. Their chemistry was a refreshing and welcomed addition to our time together on set. It also provided a few hilarious moments when it was time to “talk shop” as the couple shared insights on life, love and the challenge of disciplining their kids (yes, it’s hard for them too.)

You’ve both been keeping incredibly demanding schedules. Can you fill us in on what you’ve been up to?

Nicole: Well, I just finished a sixteen-week run making my debut on Broadway. I just closed A Street Car Named Desire on July 22, and then I took a much-needed family vacation with Boris and the kids. Being away from home was tough, but the challenge and the thrill of being on Broadway was so fulfilling, and I’m thankful to my husband for making it possible and holding it down at home.

Was it all pleasure? Did you get a chance to see any extended family while you were gone?

Nicole:  We just got back from Germany seeing Boris’ grandmother. Now in a couple of weeks, I’m off to London to do the run of the play on the West End, so that is also very exciting.  I play the character Blanche, and I am fortunate to be the first African-American to play that part. So I’ve really enjoyed my time with this experience.

And what about you Boris?

Boris: I’ve been at home with the kids.  I’ve been driving them to surf camp, making sure that they are at ballet and karate, and just doing everything that I’m supposed to do as a father. I’ve also been prepping for my directorial debut. It’s a film called Looking For Jimmy Lee, and I’m really looking forward to that.

You’re also in the latest Resident Evil installment. Tell us about that.

Boris:  Well it’s the fifth installment of the franchise, and it’s a homecoming for me. Working with Mila [Jovovich] and her husband is always a great experience.  We trained for six weeks before we started filming … it was very demanding with a lot of action sequences and fight sequences. Ultimately, I think it’s really going to be something that audiences enjoy.

Boris, ‘My wife makes me feel like the king of the world when…’

Boris: My wife makes me feel like the king of the world when after a long day of working she tells me to put my feet up and cooks an amazing meal for me.

Nicole, I want you to finish this sentence for me. ‘My husband makes me feel beautiful when…’

Nicole: When he looks me right in the eye.


Click here to read their complete love story.

Angela Simmons covers Fearless Magazine

Angela Simmons donned a  skittles- in-a-jar colorful look on the cover of Fearless Magazine. Checkout additional images from her spread in the mag and what messages she dished out to her fans.

The Pastry owner and beach lover guest edited this new digital issue, so she spent some time contributing her own personal touch throughout the magazine–her fave accessories, make-up secrets, fashion picks and more.

Here’s what the FEARLESS had to say about the mogul-in-the-making:

“We are honored to have Angela Simmons as our next guest editor,” said FEARLESS Magazine Publisher, Arian Simone. “Angela is always a joy to work with; everyone on the team enjoys her down to earth personality. Her work ethic and family values are refreshing to see in a beautiful young lady. We as a publication look forward to bringing you guest editors who exhibit the same positivity, encouragement and inspiration that FEARLESS Magazine represents to all readers.”

You can read more on this article by Angela Simmons here