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Cameron Diaz debuts a bright blonde bob on vacation.

Nothing like a new haircut and a bright new shade of blonde to start the New Year and move on from old relationships. Do you or have you drastically changed your hair after a big breakup?

 

There’s something about Cameron! The actress returned to her There’s Something About Mary roots recently, debuting a choppy blonde bob while vacationing in Hawaii.

Though it’s obviously not a new look for the star, Diaz had spent the past several years with longer, slightly more golden locks — minus that period in 2006-2007 when she went brunette. But perhaps with a new year — and some new roles — ahead of her, the star was looking for a change.

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NEW PICS: Demi Moore looks flawless in Harper’s Bazaar!

Demi Moore graces the February cover of Harper’s Bazaar, and the accompanying photo shoot is absolutely stunning! Yes, it’s photoshopped like crazy – but either way – she looks pretty unfreakingbelievable for her age! (I appreciate the fact that she admits she looks too skinny these days.)

Demi is promoting her new show, ‘The Conversation’, which will appear on Lifetime. The show promises to  “feature strikingly frank discussions with A-listers,” such as prominent women discussing “the universal themes in women’s lives” i.e. relationships, body image, sex, career. So far the women lined up are Gwyneth PaltrowLady GagaAlicia Keys and Jane Fonda.

On Body Image: “I have had a love-hate relationship with my body. When I’m at the greatest odds with my body, it’s usually because I feel my body’s betraying me, whether that’s been in the past, struggling with my weight and feeling that I couldn’t eat what I wanted to eat, or that I couldn’t get my body to do what I wanted it to do. I think I sit today in a place of greater acceptance of my body, and that includes not just my weight but all of the things that come with your changing body as you age to now experiencing my body as extremely thin – thin in a way that I never imagined somebody would be saying to me, ‘You’re too thin, and you don’t look good.’”

On Abandonment & The Unknown: “I used to think that what scared me was the idea of being abandoned until someone said to me, ‘Only children can be abandoned. Adults can’t be abandoned because we have a choice. Children don’t have a choice.’ So I started to rethink. ‘Okay, it’s not that. What’s the underlying thread that really scares me?’ I think what scares me is not having the courage to reach my full potential . . . which means that I would allow fear, insecurity, and doubt to rule me and that I would ask for only a little of what is actually there for me. It would mean that I would be settling.

“And so for me, it’s not just about reaching my potential in terms of my career. It goes more to the idea of being whole, of loving oneself. And I think there is no way to reach your fullest potential if you don’t really find the love of yourself. If I were to answer it just kind of bold-faced, I would say what scares me is that I’m going to ultimately find out at the end of my life that I’m really not lovable, that I’m not worthy of being loved. That there’s something fundamentally wrong with me.

“And that I wasn’t wanted here in the first place, so the fight against gravity for me is to find that love for myself that gives me the courage to reach my fullest potential, to actually receive this abundance that’s really there. I also think that what scares you goes back to being a kid; what really scares you is not knowing. What scares me the most is not knowing and accepting that just about everything is not in my control. That makes me feel unsafe.”

On Comfort: “I think being comfortable is perhaps overrated. I think a better word than comfortable is accepting. Accepting weaknesses and strengths and being more able to celebrate all of it as a whole package. Well, it indicates an illusion as opposed to the reality, which is that we don’t live in black and white – we live in the gray – and that, as you’re saying, stepping out of the familiar, the known, the comfortable, allows us to become more whole and complete. So to answer the question ‘Have I become more comfortable with myself as a woman?’ I would say that I have in the sense of valuing myself, certainly more than I did when I was a teenager.”

On Her Idea Of Freedom: “Letting go of the outcome. Truly being in the moment. Not reflecting on the past. Not projecting into the future. That’s freedom. Not caring more about what other people think than what you think. That’s freedom. To not be defined by your wounds. Somebody wrote something to me that said, ‘Don’t let your wounds make you become someone you’re not.’ That’s really powerful.”

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Kim Kardashian’s Bangs: Love ‘em or Hate ‘em?

Last year brought a lighter hair color for Kim Kardashian, so what has 2012 delivered so far? Bangs! On New Year’s Eve, the newly single star debuted a bit of (possibly clip-in) fringe while hosting a bash at Tao in The Venetian in Las Vegas.

“I wanna a new hairstyle for tonight! should I do bangs?” Kardashian Tweeted Saturday, linking to an old photo of herself with the style. Presumably, many of her followers answered with a ‘yes.’

On Sunday, the reality star Tweeted some wishes for the new year, telling fans she wants to be “more simple” in the months ahead, and “let go of 2011 and have the best 2012 ever.” You “can start fresh and set goals any day of the year,” she wrote.

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Dakota Fanning’s gorgeous Elle cover!

Dakota Fanning has landed the February 2012 cover of Elle UK, and she looks absolutely gorgeous!

On her youthful age of 17-years-old:
“I feel like I’ve lived a long time, but then I realize, ‘Oh, I’m actually only 17.’ I don’t think there should be an age limit on an interest, do you know what I mean?”

On not wanting attention outside of her acting:
“I just want to be an actress. I don’t really do anything attention-grabbing. Famous just sounds so pretentious. Who am I to call myself that word?”

On not letting talk about her physical appearance affect her:
“People are always talking about this person who looks great and that person who doesn’t. It’s there, if you let it in. I let it in to an extent. I just don’t let it affect the choices I make.”

On her younger sister Elle:
“She is incredibly free-spirited and totally wears her heart on her sleeve, you know exactly what she is thinking by taking one look at her. She’s just incredibly… I don’t know, I wish I could be more like her sometimes.”

On not comparing herself with her sister:
“We see ourselves as to completely different entities. I mean, we don’t even look alike.”