Ugh, we really can’t have nice things, can we? Earlier this week, we heard some pretty bad news with respect to our sushi addiction and now this. A new study—which followed the health habits of nearly 9,000 adults over a 12-year period—showed those who watched two to four hours of TV per day had a 54% increased […]
Thore is a panelist at theCURVYcon, the body positive conference headlined by Emmy-nominated actress Chrissy Metz that will be livestreamed exclusively on Yahoo Style on Friday, 9/8 at 6pm and starting at 10am on Saturday, 9/9. My Big Fat Fabulous Life star Whitney Way Thore always struggled with body image issues. “I had an eating disorder that started in middle school that I’m not sure I still don’t have,” Thore tells Yahoo Beauty.
Cat Deeley has hosted plenty of television contests in the years since she first entered show business, and is perhaps most well known in the states for her time on So You Think You Can Dance?
Jenna Dewan Tatum is a mom who loves dancing, if she had a son would she let him dance? See what she has to say.
Mayim Bialik has a long résumé. The mother of two is not only an actress on the hit show The Big Bang Theory but also an author. Bialik burst onto the scene as the title character on the TV show Blossom, playing a teenager and becoming a ’90s style icon with her signature floppy hats. She now plays a scientist, and that’s not far from her real life, as Bialik has a PhD in neuroscience. Bialik sat down with Yahoo Style’s Alexandra Mondalek to see what happened when she “Yahoo’d” herself. ...
Yahoo Style’s Joe Zee pairs up his favorite looks from the week and makes them go head-to-head in fashion battle Prince Harry vs. Harry Styles: Who Will Win?
Yes, even Reese Witherspoon has felt judged as a parent. The actress, producer, newly-named Elizabeth Arden brand ambassador and mom of Ava, 17; Deacon, 13; and Tennessee, 4, is fascinated by just how opaque and unreadable kids can be and how hard moms and dads try to seem absolutely perfect.
You know Megan Mullally as vodka-swilling layabout Karen Walker on Will & Grace, the NBC sitcom that’s returning for a limited season in 2017-18. The duo’s first single, “Please Mr. Jailer,” was just released, with a video directed by Mullally. Yahoo Style: I love the album cover.
Sarah Hyland, who plays dim-bulb Haley Dunphy on the ABC hit Modern Family, skipped Sunday’s SAG Awards because of health issues, according to her announcement on Instagram. Hyland, who underwent a kidney transplant in 2012 and has been open about her battle with kidney dysplasia, declined to speak about her health with Yahoo Style on Tuesday.
It’s no surprise that Niecy Nash, a comedian, producer and actress, had a response loud and ready when a male TV critic at TCA asked her and her cast of TNT’s “Claws” why they paint their nails. “Claws” is a dramedy set in a nail salon that follows the rise of five diverse manicurists working at Nail Artisan, a salon in Manatee County in South Florida. The TV critic (unwisely) asked Nash, “But why do nail art, if men don’t like it?” As you can imagine, Niecy Nash’s clapback game was strong.
A comedy sketch that aired on the BBC depicting the Real Housewives of ISIS is drawing mixed reviews. Public opinion is split on whether the skit promotes Islamophobia and trivializes the often psychologically abusive ‘grooming’ that young women who join the terrorist group incur or whether it provides a necessary social critique of ISIS (also known as the Islamic State group) and attacks the organization and its values through satire and humor. The two-minute long sketch, which first appeared online on Facebook and quickly garnered millions of views and shares, depicts the so-called “Real Housewives of ISIS” reckoning with problems such as what to wear to a beheading.
A Moroccan television show sparked outrage after airing a makeup tutorial teaching women to hide injuries from domestic abuse. Makeup tutorial show how abused women can hide bruises. In a video uploaded to Twitter, the host is seen applying makeup over a model’s black eye and bruises on her cheekbone, both of which were also created with makeup for the purpose of the tutorial.
“The Big Bang Theory” has met with its share of controversy before, most notably being banned in China (more for business reasons than moral or political ones). But a recent episode of the long running popular sitcom has played with some advertisers’ moral sensibilities and found itself met with a less than hot reception.
This time, Fox TV presenter Megyn Kelly has received abuse from viewers after baring her shoulders on television. Perhaps it wasn’t the most conventional item to wear while broadcasting, but instead of thinking of it as a little odd and moving on with their lives, people appeared to decide that Kelly deserved to be harassed for her fashion choice.
“This body is made for being bold, powerful, and sexy,” model Ashley Graham says in the latest commercial for Lane Bryant’s #ThisBody campaign. But, apparently, certain major television networks aren’t of the belief that #ThisBody was even made to be seen.
The University of Toledo recently polled 408 North Americans and found that 35 per cent identified themselves as TV binge-watchers. “Literature shows that TV viewing (especially screen time) is associated with poor mental and physical health outcomes.
Between the North American magazine covers with photo-shopped models displaying big hair and perfect teeth, the Parisian women with their wine and ability to eat all day, a Japanese culture obsessed with skin whitening, and the camels’ milk beauty treatments covering modestly dressed gals in Dubai, the standards around the world may differ, but there seem to be standards nonetheless. New Zealand supermodel Rachel Taylor, who now resides in Los Angeles, is no stranger to the business of beauty. Not that she spends an abundance of time looking in the mirror, but she did go through a period where she always covered up in scarves in order to hide her jowl area when people told her she should consider plastic surgery.
Sesame Street kicks off its 46th season on Saturday — and parents and kids alike will have fun spotting “easter eggs” hidden around the brand new set.
ABC is taking a bite out of reality TV with its latest offering “My Diet Is Better Than Yours.” The show premiered on Jan. 9 and pitted five individuals on five different diets against each other to see who loses the most weight over 14 weeks. According to James, absolutely! The key to his diet is eating real, natural foods that haven’t been tainted with chemicals and pesticides and consuming fat instead of avoiding it. “Carbohydrates are our body’s main source of fuel so if we’re not feeding ourselves enough carbohydrates, then we’re going to use what is stored as fat,” says Nicole Osinga, a registered dietitian based in Courtice, Ont.
Carine Roitfeld and Cookie Lyon: On the surface, they may not seem like they have much in common. Carine, the editor-in-chief of her namesake fashion magazine, CR Fashion Book, exemplifies all that is sultry and French—while Cookie, a vengeful ex-inmate with money on her mind, is all about excess. (Also, Cookie, a character on Fox’s Empire portrayed by Taraji P. Henson, isn’t exactly real.)