Jennifer Lawrence named FHM’s ‘Sexiest Woman in the World’


 

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Jennifer Lawrence has been crowned the ‘Sexiest Woman in the World’ by FHM magazine.

The Oscar-winning actress has topped the British men’s magazine’s annual 100 Sexiest Women in the World poll taking the crown from 2013 winner Mila Kunis, who drops to sixth place.
Jennifer, 23, narrowly beat Michelle Keegan to the accolade, with the stunning ‘Coronation Street’ star finishing in second place once the thousands of readers’ votes counted.
Although she just missed out on the top spot, Michelle – who is engaged to Mark Wright – was still thrilled to finish as runner-up.
Speaking in the new issue of FHM magazine on sale now, the 26-year-old actress saying: ‘I’m totally taken back by this, it really does mean a lot. Thank you so much to the readers of FHM and everyone who took the time and voted for me, I’m so flattered. I believe that being ‘sexy’ isn’t wearing lots of heavy make-up or having the perfect hair or figure, it’s about self-confidence, being comfortable with yourself, smiling and being happy!’

Rounding off the top five are Rihanna in third spot, fourth placed British/American model Emily Ratajkowski – who received worldwide attention after appearing naked in Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’ video – and ‘Big Bang Theory’ actress Kaley Cuoco in fifth.
Other top 10 placed babes include Beyoncé in seventh spot, Nicole Scherzinger in ninth and Scarlett Johansson in tenth.
Notable entries in the list of a hundred women include TV chef Nigella Lawson at number 21, Kate Moss at 42, Jennifer Aniston at 36 and supermodel Cara Delevingne at 54.

FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women in the World, top 10:

1. Jennifer Lawrence
2. Michelle Keegan
3. Rihanna
4. Emily Ratajkowski
5. Kaley Cuoco
6. Mila Kunis
7. Beyoncé
8. Lucy Mecklenburgh
9. Nicole Scherzinger
10. Scarlett Johansson

Actress Shirley Temple Dies At 85


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SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Shirley Temple, the dimpled, curly-haired child star who sang, danced, sobbed and grinned her way into the hearts of Depression-era moviegoers, has died, according to publicist Cheryl Kagan. She was 85.

Temple, known in private life as Shirley Temple Black, died Monday night at about 11 p.m. at her home near San Francisco. She was surrounded by family members and caregivers, Kagan said.

“We salute her for a life of remarkable achievements as an actor, as a diplomat, and most importantly as our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and adored wife for fifty-five years of the late and much missed Charles Alden Black,” a family statement said.

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A talented and ultra-adorable entertainer, Shirley Temple was America’s top box-office draw from 1935 to 1938, a record no other child star has come near. She beat out such grown-ups as Clark Gable, Bing Crosby, Robert Taylor…

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The New iOS and Android Apps Have Arrived!


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More and more of us are blogging from our mobile devices. Today, we’re thrilled to announce new versions of the WordPress mobile apps for Android and iOS. Here are some of the new versions’ highlights.

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WordPress for iOS 3.9

The latest WordPress for iOS update is one of our largest app releases to date. This update is remarkable both for the significant changes we’ve introduced, and for the level of dedication it received from our hard-working team members.

Version 3.9 includes a major visual redesign of the app. We decided to drop the sidebar navigation and embrace a tab bar-based layout. The app’s new design allowed us to add numerous visual improvements throughout, including revamped and enhanced Reader, Comments, and Notifications sections. We also created a seamless inline commenting experience to make it easier for you to engage with the content you love. Finally, we made visual improvements to the…

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WordPressers Making a Splash: February Edition


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A sampling of writers on WordPress.com who made some noise last month:

Bloggers in the press, from the New York Times to Politico

A Girl Called JackJack Monroe, the single mother blogging at A Girl Called Jack, has become an activist and voice on poverty in England. The New York Timesprofiled her in mid-January, while her cookbook of recipes on a budget is released on February 27. Jack’s story is inspiring, and we’re watching to see what she does next.

Jason Edward Harrington, blogger at Taking Sense Away and former TSA screener, shares stories and observations about his many years of employment at the Transportation Security Administration.

Last week, he dropped the layer of anonymity on his blog and published a piece on Politico, “Dear America, I Saw You Naked,” which introduces his story, background, and the material that will inspire his novel (which you can sample on…

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