10 Celebrity with the Big & Best Shaped Backside

Researchers show that having a generous backside and thighs cuts levels of 'bad' cholesterol and raises levels of the 'good' cholesterol that protect against hardening of the arteries. It also cuts the risk of diabetes, it acting as a 'buffer', mopping up fats which could have dangerous effects elsewhere in the body. It may also make higher levels of hormones known to affect appetite and weight. Finally, it breaks down more slowly than belly fat, it also means it produces fewer chemicals called inflammatory cytokines which have been linked to heart disease, diabetes and obesity. It's feminine... to have a big backside chances are you have wide hips too and women who have hips carry pregnancies better and deliver easier. It's also attractive for the guys the hips, thighs and the backside.

Jennifer Lopez

Kim Kardashian


Jessica Biel

Sofia Vergara

Nicki Minaj

Serena Williams


Nicole 'coco' Austin

Vida Guerra

10 Unusual Names of Celebrity Babies

The 30-year-old singer Beyonce Knowles and her husband rapper Jay Z  has given birth to a baby daughter  named  "Ivy Blue Carter". The name quickly became a treanding topic on twitter.

Actress Shannyn Sossamon has named her son "Audio Science" does it sounds like scientist or an alien.

Nicolas Cage is a comic book afacionado, and that's what inspired him to name his son "Kal-El", after Superman's birth name.

This one is also unique of them all, Actor Jason Lee has named his son "Pilot Inspektor" !

Singer-actress Jessica Simpson has delivered a baby girl named "Maxwell Drew Johnson". Maxi for short.

Ben Affleck's elder daughter get it's name from a color "Violet".

Clueless star Alicia Silverstone and husband Christopher Jarecki has a baby boy named "Bear Blu" a blue bear ofcourse.

David Beckham and wife Victoria Beckham has named their baby girl "Harper Seven". Seven is David's jersey number in England and Manchester United. 

Gwyneth Paltrow and musician husband Chris Martin named their daughter after a fruit "Apple" .

Actor Tom Cruise and wife Katie Holmes named their firstborn child as "Suri". In hebrew suri means princess and in persian it means red rose.

10 Celebrities with an Early Divorce

1.) Britney Spears and Jason Alexander
Married for 55 Hours

Britney Jean Spears (born December 2, 1981) is an American singer and entertainer. Born in Mississippi and raised in Louisiana.
There was media frenzy when the story broke that she had married her childhood friend in a Las Vegas wedding chapel in January 2004. Britney called it a mistake and the annulment was quick. In the years following her ascent to pop superstar, Spears's personal life has been a frequent subject of celebrity and tabloid journalism. Spears was married twice, most notably to Kevin Federline,and was the subject of a reality TV show with Federline in Britney & Kevin: Chaotic.Following a three-month romance, she married back up dancer Kevin Federline in September 2004. They had two sons together and divorced with a fierce custody battle to follow. Her previous relationships included Justin Timberlake and Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit.

2.) Dennis Hopper and Michelle Phillips

Married for 8 Days

Although Michelle Phillips has said less flattering things about Dennis too, it must have been one helluva week.
A marriage that doesn’t last as long as a tub of yogurt but brings such joy is a wondrous thing to behold. Michelle, member of the sweetly harmonious Mamas and the Papas, turned actress, married Dennis in 1970, having met him on the set of her first film,
The Last Movie, in which Dennis starred and directed. Michelle and Dennis have 10 marriages between them and each of them is currently married.

3.) Carmen Electra and Dennis Rodman

Married for 9 Days

Maybe Dennis’s ability to slam-dunk was the attraction. Carmen, former Playboy model and Baywatch star, is many men’s fantasy. Her first marriage was to Dennis the Menace, the flamboyant basketball legend, in 1998 in Las Vegas.
They were reputedly drunk at the time and the marriage was invalidated. Carmen’s second marriage was to rock star, Dave Navarro in 2003, ending in divorce in 2007. She has also had relationships with Prince, rap singer, B-Real and Tommy Lee.
Dennis had one marriage behind him prior to hooking up with Carmen and he re-married in 2003, his wife claiming acts of domestic abuse. He also had a much-publicized romance with Madonna.

3.) Robert Evans and Catherine Oxenberg

Married for 9 days

Some manage six months, others a year.
Robert Evans and Catherine Oxenberg’s marriage lasted 9 days
before it was annulled.
Word is that young Catherine thought she was marrying older producer Robert
as a mere companion,
whereas randy Robert wanted a full-blown sexual relationship.

4.) Drew Barrymore and Jeremy Thomas

Married for 6 Weeks

Let’s hope Drew didn’t tattoo Jeremy on her arm. This was Drew’s first marriage when she tied the knot with Welsh bar owner, Jeremy Thomas in 1994.
Wedding bells had sounded when she was just 16 years old but the engagement was broken off. Another engagement was canceled when she split from musician/actor Jamie Walters.
A second marriage, to comedian Tom Green, lasted for 15 months.
She was also in a 5-year relationship with The Stroke’s drummer, Fabrizio Moretti and has dated actor, Justin Long. Her days as a child actress and troubled teenager with addictions are well documented and Drew went on to have a successful career as an actress in adult roles and as a producer. A permanent love match is proving more elusive.

5.) Nicolas Cage and Lisa Marie Presley

Married for 4 Months

Nicolas Cage is a huge Elvis fan and took inspiration from him for his character, Sailor Ripley in Wild at Heart. He collects memorabilia of the King but this was a collector’s item gone too far. At least he could comfort himself with work…(no, really).
They married in Hawaii in 2002 in a hush hush ceremony. Lisa Marie’s first marriage lasted six years but her marriage to Michael Jackson in 1994 ended in divorce after 19 months.
She has married for a fourth time, to her guitarist and producer.
Lisa Marie was Cage’s second wife, following his first to actress, Patricia Arquette. His current wife is a former waitress and they have a son together, named Kal-El, in tribute to Superman’s birth name.
He certainly won’t get teased. Children are known for their kindness.

6.) Renee Zellweger and Kenny Chesney

Married for 4 Months

How about the country music singer guy? Following romances with Jim Carrey and Jack White of the White Stripes, Renee married Kenny after they had known each other for 5 months.
The Caribbean island of St. John was the idyllic setting in May 2005. An annulment was finalized at the end of the year.
Kenny expresses the pain of lost love in songs, such as Better As a Memory.
The paparazzi continue to take an interest in Renee’s love life.
There were rumors of dates with Sir Paul McCartney. It’s all far removed from the life of Bridget Jones.

7.) Pamela Anderson and Kid Rock

Married for 5 Months

What does she mean by consume?
Like a praying mantis?
The Baywatch star likes whirlwind romances.
She runs in slow motion but she gallops up the aisle.
She married first husband, Tommy Lee from Motley Crue, after they had known each other for 96 hours.
That marriage lasted three years and produced two sons. Musician Kid Rock became husband number two in 2006. This was the shortest one, narrowly beating the 6-month marriage between Pammy and poker playing Rick Salomon, which was annulled in 2008.
There was bad blood between Tommy and the Kid, coming to a head in 2007 when
Kid Rock assaulted Tommy at the MTV Video Music Awards.

8.) Jennifer Lopez and Cris Judd

Married for 7 Months

Dancer and choreographer Cris Judd met J-Lo when he directed her music video to promote Love Don’t Cost a Thing (that’s only true if you sign a pre-nup), and they married in 2001.
Her first marriage, to Cuban chef Ojani Noa, had lasted for 11 months. Jennifer also had a relationship with controversial hip hop star, Sean Combs.
The split from Judd occurred when Jennifer began a public liaison with Ben Affleck. The so-called Bennifer wedding was called off a few hours before the ceremony, with both stars citing media intrusion as the cause.
Jennifer went on to marry singer, Marc Anthony, in 2004 and they are the parents of twins. As a reaction to past events, the couple married in secret and they are private about their relationship. Rumors of an impending divorce have been circulating but the couple denies this.

9.) Charlie Sheen and Donna Peele

Married for 14 Months

So, the first marriage to Donna Peele, by Charlie’s reckoning, was the ‘show one’, whatever that means. Sheen’s private life used to get more attention than his movie career due to drug problems and liaisons with porn actresses and call girls, notably Hollywood madam, Heidi Fleiss. He claimed that he had slept with 5,000 women. Despite all this activity, he found time to marry on three occasions. There was also an engagement to actress, Kelly Preston, but they split after he accidentally shot her in the arm. Charlie’s second marriage, to actress Denise Richards, lasted four years and produced two daughters. His current marriage is to real estate investor, Brooke Mueller and they have twins. Charlie seems to have got his act together, personally and professionally, and has announced that he has become a Born-Again Christian.

10.) Julia Roberts and Lyle Lovett

Married for 21 Months

Julia was used to journalists linking her to several actors; some of the stories were even true! She canceled her planned wedding to Kiefer Sutherland with three days to go. Marriage to country star, Lyle Lovett, went ahead following a three-week affair and a romantic elopement in 1993.
Their divorce was of the amicable kind and they state that they have remained friends. Country singers need a bit of heartbreak for their songs, after all. Julia is currently married to Daniel Moder, a cameraman she met on the set of The Mexican, and they have three children.

10 most Saddest Pictures in the World


 In the morning September 11, 2001, two hijacked passenger jets crashed into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. This was no accident, but rather a series of attacks done by suicide bombers engaged with the Al-Qaeda terrorist group.
The attacks killed all the passengers on board the hijacked planes, and took away 2,974 innocent lives at the World Trade Center. More than 90 countries lost citizens in the attack, and the stock market was closed for a week.

Bhopal India

More than 40 tons of methyl isocyanate spilled from a Union Carbide-owned pesticide factory in Bhopal, India, in 1984, killing more than 20,000 people in the world’s worst chemical disaster.
After the spill, these skulls were researched, presumably for the specific effects the gas had on the brain, at the nearby Hamidia Hospital. The chemical injured not only the people who inhaled it, but also nearby animals (at least 2,000 of them) and trees, whose leaves went yellow and fell off within days.
Twenty-five years later, with people still claiming injury from the disaster yet little corrective action having been taken, the government of India has called for a study into the long-term effects of the spill.

When the Igbos of eastern Nigeria declared themselves independent in 1967, Nigeria blockaded their fledgling country-Biafra. In three years of war, more than one million people died, mainly of hunger. In famine, children who lack protein often get the disease kwashiorkor, which causes their muscles to waste away and their bellies to protrude.

Buchenwald camp

 In 1937, the Nazis constructed Buchenwald concentration camp, near Weimar, Germany. Placed over the camp’s main entrance gate, was the slogan Jedem das Seine (literally “to each his own”, but figuratively “everyone gets what he deserves”). The Nazis used Buchenwald until the camp’s liberation in 1945. From 1945 to 1950, the Soviet Union used the occupied camp as an NKVD special camp for Nazis and other Germans. On 6 January 1950, the Soviets handed over Buchenwald to the East German Ministry of Internal Affairs.
The SS left behind accounts of the number of prisoners and people coming to and leaving the camp, categorizing those leaving them by release, transfer, or death. These accounts are one of the sources of estimates for the number of deaths in Buchenwald. According to SS documents, 33,462 died in Buchenwald. These documents were not, however, necessarily accurate: Among those executed before 1944 many were listed as “transferred to the Gestapo”. Furthermore, from 1941 forward Soviet POWs were executed in mass killings. Arriving prisoners selected for execution were not entered into the camp register and therefore were not among the 33,462 dead listed in SS documents.

Burial of an unknown Child
Burial of an unknown child. This picture shows the world’s worst industrial disaster, caused by the US multinational chemical company, Union Carbide.

Last Jew of Vinnitsa
Picture from an Einsatzgruppen soldier’s personal album, labelled on the back as “Last Jew of Vinnitsa, it shows a member of Einsatzgruppe D is just about to shoot a Jewish man kneeling before a filled mass grave in Vinnitsa, Ukraine, in 1941. All 28,000 Jews from Vinnitsa and its surrounding areas were massacred at the time.

Lynching of Young Blacks
This is a famous picture, taken in 1930, showing the young black men accused of raping a Caucasian woman and killing her boyfriend, hanged by a mob of 10,000 white men. The mob took them by force from the county jail house. Another black man was left behind and ended up being saved from lynching. Even if lynching photos were designed to boost white supremacy, the tortured bodies and grotesquely happy crowds ended up revolting many.

Nilgunyalcin Child Vulture

Sudanese child being stalked by a vulture nearby. It is quite obvious that the child was starving to death, while the vulture was patiently waiting for the toddler to die so he can have a good meal.
Nobody knows what happened to the child, who crawled his way to a United Nations food camp. Photographer Kevin Carter won a Pulitzer Prize for this shocking picture, but he eventually committed suicide three months after he took the shot.

Palestine Father Saving Son
Images from the video footage of 12-year-old Muhammad al-Durrah being shot dead in the Gaza Strip. The scene was filmed by a France 2 cameraman.

Staving Boy
World Press Photo of the Year: 1980 Mike Wells, United Kingdom. Karamoja district, Uganda, April 1980. Starving boy and a missionary. About the image Wells felt indignant that the same publication that sat on his picture for five months without publishing it, while people were dying, entered it into a competition. He was embarrassed to win as he never entered the competition himself, and was against winning prizes with pictures of people starving to death.


10 Disruptive Technologies

Did the invention of the food dehydrator really change your life? How about the Internet? Some technologies have little impact on the world around us, while others are like major earthquakes on the seismographs of history. --Heather Whipps

10.) Magnetic Stripe Card
It's hard to imagine banking, shopping or traveling without the swish-swipe of a plastic card. Invented by IBM in the 1960s for a security system commissioned by the U.S. government, the strip relies on data encrypted in the form of tiny magnets. It is now one of the most universal technologies on earth.

9.) Gun Powder
Imagine the alchemist's surprise when a compound he mixed searching for eternal life nearly killed him instead! Chinese scientists first combined sulfur, saltpeter and charcoal in the 8th century and it wasn't long before someone thought to turn the mixture into a weapon. Warfare would never be the same.

8.) Iron Smelting
The Iron Age began at different times all over the globe starting around 1200 BC and, when it did, brought major changes to every day life. Both farming and war became easier with better tools. As a widely available ore across the ancient world, it also made trade less of a necessity and settlements more independent.

7.) Rubber
It drips from a tree like maple syrup, but the gooey liquid known as latex is much more important than the sweet stuff you pour on pancakes. The product was a mere curiosity when first discovered in the New World by European sailors, but became a hot commodity with the advent of the car. The automotive industry now uses nearly 70 percent of the world's rubber supply.

6.) X-Rays
Tell someone plucked from the past that you can look right inside the body without cutting it open and you'd be branded a wizard. X-ray technology had an enormous impact on the field of medicine right from its beginnings in the late 1800s, illuminating the diseases and disorders that lurked beneath patients' skin.

5.) Microprocessor
Once upon a time, an entire room was necessary to house one computer no more powerful than today's typical laptop. We live in a different era now thanks to the microprocessor (or CPU), that tiny beating heart of your desktop or laptop that just keeps getting smaller at the same time its gets more powerful.

4.) Electricity
Nobody is certain about the whole key, kite and lightning story, but Benjamin Franklin was part of the team effort to unravel the mystery of electricity in the 18th century, along with other great minds such as Edison, Tesla and Volta. The shift from the era of mechanization saw power become instant and easy to access.

3.) Nuclear Fission
In the 1930s, a handful of brilliant physicists figured out how to coax apart a teeny atom of uranium to produce energy of unimaginable magnitude. The discovery would lead directly to the nuclear bomb and change warfare forever (again). Nuclear fission isn't all doomsday and destruction, however; love it or condemn it, nuclear power plants also rely on fission science.

2.) Flight
With apologies to the balloonists and hang gliders of the 1800s, it was the Wright Brothers' twelve-second flight in 1903 that really set the world on a new course. Getting to another continent now takes a few hours, instead of weeks or even months. Flight has brought the planet together like nothing else, for better or for worse.

1.) The Internet
Most of us can remember that moment in the '90s when we first chatted online or listened to the blips and beeps of dial-up access. The technology behind the Internet was actually in place by the 1980s, but didn't gain a public face until the first "world wide web" site was published by Swiss-based laboratory CERN in 1991. The rest is history, which, like everything else, is all documented on the Internet.

source : livescience.com
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