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Posted in Adam Lambert, David Beckham, Demi Lovato, JoJo, Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian, Kristen Bell, Rose McGowan, Tyra Banks on August 14, 2011 by fadedblog

It was a union of showbiz BFFs as Demi Lovato and Kim Kardashian joined forces on the red carpet at the 2011 VH1 Do Something Awards in Hollywood today (August 14).

While singing sensation Demi looked fresh-faced and happy, reality TV star Kim looked freshly pulled and tucked as they attended the annual show side by side.

Demi is among the performers at the 2011 Do Something Awards. She is also nominated in two categories, the Do Something Charity Song and the Do Something TV Star awards. As for Kim? Well, she’s busy promoting her upcoming made-for-TV wedding to Kris Humphries.

Bands Foster the People and OneRepublic with B.o.B to will be on hand to deliver performances during the show, which will be hosted for the second year in a row by Glee‘s Jane Lynch.

Also in attendance? American Idol rocker Adam Lambert, Dax Shepard, R&B songbird JoJo, Justin Bieber, Kerry Washington, Kristen Bell, Rose McGowan, Sophia Bush, Tyra Banks and Zachary Levi.

VH1’s DoSomething Awards began in 2007 and were first televised live from L.A. last year.


Posted in Kristen Bell on August 18, 2010 by fadedblog

“Forgive me if I sound out of breath — I’m actually walking on the treadmill,” says Kristen Bell, on the phone from her home in Los Angeles. “I’m like a jackrabbit throughout the day and like to keep moving whenever I can. And this is better than just sitting on the couch for an hour, right?”

The 30-year-old actress offers 30 Tips To Live By in the new issue of Shape, covering everything from cultivating a good attitude to cultivating an organic garden.

Here are a few:

– “I don’t subscribe to the idea that aging is a bad thing,” says Kristen. “I’m extremely optimistic about what lies ahead of me. Look at Glenn Close, Helen Mirren, and Meryl Streep: They’re the best at what they do, and beautiful too!”

– One of Kristen’s birthday presents to herself was starting an organic garden with fruits, herbs, and vegetables. “Maybe it’s my biological clock, but I wanted to be part of the nurturing process,” she says. “We all get to a point where we feel maternal, whether we have a kid or not!”

– “I leave stickies on my computer with quotes from Nelson Mandela and Abraham Lincoln to help me when I need a bit of motivation,” says Kristen.
“But I always go back to Eleanor Roosevelt’s words: ‘It’s better to light a candle than to curse the darkness.’ That literally applies to every part of our lives, doesn’t it?”