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Check out Lea Michele’s new Candie’s commercial!

Lea Michele is Candie’s latest spokeswoman. The ‘Glee’ actress posed with a teen hunk on a street clutching pink balloons in one of their new ads.

Candie’s are sold exclusively at Kohl’s. Do Lea’s ads make you want to run out and buy a new pair?

Miley Cyrus gets a new tattoo – see it here!

Miley Cyrus has added yet another tattoo to her growing collection!

According to DailyMail, Cyrus was spotted leaving her Pilates class yesterday with a new tattoo on her left forearm. What is it? It’s a few lines of script from a speech given by President Theodore Roosevelt. The tattoo reads:

“So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat.”

Roosevelt delivered this speech at the Sorbonne in Paris, France in 1910.

Miley has been mum about the new tattoo so far, but has taken to Twitter to express her frustration with the paparazzi. ”I hate paparazzi with a passion. disgusting pigs. (no offense to pigs),” she wrote.

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Jessica Biel is InStyle’s August cover girl!

Jessica Biel is InStyle Magazine’s August cover girl. The ‘Total Recall’ actress looks gorgeous in a Ralph Lauren jacket and jeans, Harry Winston earrings and Gucci heels. In the article she opened up about everything from her fiance, Justin Timberlake to what she’s learned from her parents.

Here are some tidbits from the interview. For more, visitInStyle!

On her engagement ring: 

“I had no say whatsoever [in the ring]. I don’t micromanage. He is fearless in his choices and has a real eye for design. And I’ll be honest: He has better taste than I do. When I walk out of the closet after getting dressed in the morning, I’ll go like this [turns palms upward as if to say, 'Well?'] And he goes like this [shakes his head no]. Then he picks again. It’s hilarious.”

Her advice for a happy relationship: 

Biel says her advice for having a happy relationship is “letting go of the little stuff. You can’t let it get to you.” Plus, being with an inspiringperson is key to her happiness. “It is important to me to have a partner who is loving and fun – someone who inspires me,” she says. “And he must be a goodperson.”

On where she’ll raise her children:

“I would like those future little people to have the experience I had, in some capacity. It was fun. I love Colorado; I’ve always thought that could be a possibility for me.”

On knowledge gained from her parents:

“The best thing I learned from [my parents] is that you have to put your relationship first. You need to make time for your partner. It’s really easy to let that go by the wayside. It’s easy to say, ‘Hey, I’ll see you later. I love you.’ And you can’t do that.”

On making time for her man (and the other way around):

“Justin and I have a rule that we don’t let a certain amount of time go by without seeing each other, but it doesn’t always work. But from here on out, I want to participate in making smart choices for the relationship.”

On keeping some time for herself:

“In my earlier experiences with relationships, I was really vulnerable to somebody else’s personality, hobbies and way of life,” she says.

“But as I’ve gotten older, I’ve become proud of the traits that make me who I am. Maintaining my individuality is really important to me because otherwise I can easily slip into somebody else’s life. So I’m glad I’m getting better at it. It’s a process, but it’s getting simpler.”


The beautiful Kristen Wiig is Marie Claire’s August cover girl!

Kristen Wiig is Marie Claire’s August cover girl. She looks gorgeous! The ‘Saturday Night Live’ comedian opens up with the magazine about her humble beginnings, and dreaming for a bigger and better life. ”I wanted to be Justine Bateman,” she says, recalling the slyly appealing sibling on the Michael J. Fox sitcom Family Ties. “She was so cool. Or Lisa Bonet“—The Cosby Show’s resident Bohemian. “I just didn’t think it was an option, coming from a town where people don’t pack their bags and move out to Hollywood.”

Here is more from the interview, which you can read in full here:

Kristen Wiig on trying out for Saturday Night Live in 2005:

Wiig came to New York from Southern California in autumn 2005 to join the cast of Saturday Night Live, bringing with her a handful of impressions (Drew Barrymore, Björk, Jessica Simpson), a few characters she’d developed while with the influential Los Angeles improvisation group The Groundlings, and a secret fear that she’d soon be run out of town on a rail. “I remember being so scared,” she says, “that after I was done with those characters—if they made it on the show—that I wouldn’t have any other ideas.”

Kristen on her boyfriend, Strokes drummer Fabrizio Moretti:

Not overly inclined toward personal revelation—”I am shyer than most people think”—the 38-year-old Wiig states it plain nonetheless: “I will say that I’m happier than I’ve ever been,” she says, “and I feel very lucky right now.” Why? “Where I am now. Who he is. Those are the two big ones.”

On leaving ‘SNL’:

As we chat, it’s been little more than 100 hours since Wiig’s final show as a cast member on SNL, capping a seven-season run that made her a deeply beloved comedic star. “I know a lot of people probably assume, ‘Oh, she’s leaving because she is going to be doing movies now and things like that,’ which I will be,” she notes. “But I just always knew it was going to be seven and that was it. I think maybe if I were 22, I could see myself staying a little bit, but it just felt like the right time.”

Still, “it was very emotional,” she says, nursing a double-shot cappuccino. “I just wanted to get through it without breaking down in every sketch. Because nothing says comedy like breaking down.”

On her final ‘SNL’ scene, where Mick Jagger serenaded her:

“It was a very surreal moment,” she says. “You have all this stuff going on in your head, like, ‘I can’t believe seven years has gone by, and I’m going to miss all these people.’ And I’m like, ‘Oh, by the way, Mick Jagger is to my right, and I just danced a waltz with him.’ So there’s that.”

I just love her – but I’m so sad to see her leave ‘SNL’. She might have been the only reason I watched the show in the first place. I can’t imagine it without her!! That being said, I can’t wait to see where her career goes from now! ‘Bridesmaids’ is hands down one of my all-time favorite movies. She’s pure genius!