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    Chrissy Teigen Quits Twitter in Wake of Controversial Gun Control Tweet

    Chrissy Teigen is taking a Twitter time-out.

    The model and prolific Tweeter has apparently quit the social media site after receiving death threats following a controversial Tweet regarding Wednesday's high-profile shooting in the Canadian capital of Ottawa.

    "I feel sick. Bye Twitter. Taking my talents to instagram," Teigen, 28, Tweeted Thursday, a day after sending out a Tweet that set off a social media firestorm.

    "active shooting in Canada, or as we call it in america, wednesday," Teigen wrote in Wednesday's message, which was re-Tweeted more than 1,000 times.

    Teigen, who is married to singer John Legend, was making a gun control comment in reference to the news that a gunman had fatally shot a corporal at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, then entered the Parliament building and fired more shots before he was killed by a security official.

    Teigen initially documented the fallout of her Tweet, sounding off on the death threats and criticism she received.

    "Sorry you don't understand that is a knock at america and our issues with gun control. No one is minimizing the Ottawa shooting," she wrote.

    But as the critical Tweets continued, she added, "It's been awhile since I inadvertently pissed a ton of people off. Forgot how much it sucks."

    She was also criticized on TV by Fox News' Andrea Tantaros, who said, "This is the problem when models start to talk; it plays into that dumb model stereotype."

    Teigen continued responding to the controversy Thursday morning – until she finally decided to call it quits.

    "I can't see anything through the sea of hate and anger that is now my Twitter. Seriously I can't sift through it all," she wrote Thursday morning, before her final Tweet.

    Brinkley attends memorial service for Eileen Ford

    Christie Brinkley was one of many fine-looking women of a certain age who attended the memorial service for Eileen Ford at St. Thomas Church on Fifth Avenue on Saturday.

    The founder of Ford Models died in July at the age of 92, having revolutionized the fashion industry representing generations of beauties she treated protectively as if they were her own daughters.

    The mourners included Dayle Haddon, Karen Bjornson and Carmen Dell’Orefice, who is still modeling at age 83.

    As photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders exited the church, Brinkley said how much she had loved Eileen and that she had known her for 40 years.

    “Carmen, I think you’ve got her beat!” someone remarked.

    Carmen then recalled that she first met Eileen at 14, nearly 70 years ago.

    Gisele Bündchen Surfs in Plunging Swimsuit in Chanel No. 5 Ad

    Is anything more seductive than Gisele Bundchen and splash of Chanel No. 5? We think not.

    Chanel's new short film starring the supermodel, out today, is just what you'd expect: a beautiful and brief peek into the life of a classic Chanel gal.

    Set to the sensual tune of Lo-Fang's rendition of "You're the One That I Want" (yep, the Grease song), The One That I Want begins with a sultry morning surf for the supermodel, Chanel surfboard in tow. The dizzyingly romantic film follows the 34-year-old throughout her whirlwind day, from spending time with her child to jetting off to a luxe photo shoot. Oh, and passionately falling in love whilst dripping in blinding No. 5 diamonds.

    Le sigh, we have got to get some of that perfume!

    The fragrance flick is a truly star-studded production, with all the Hollywood charm that accompanies a Baz Luhrmann-directed piece. New York City skylines, the Hamptons, glitzy parties and sparkling Chanel logos comprise the backdrops for this stunning short. And as for Gisele's on-screen love interest? That's Game of Thrones heartthrob Michiel Huisman.

    "It's amazing how she can use her body and convey sensuality or strength," Luhrmann said of working with Gisele in a behind-the-scenes clip. "[Gisele's] an aspirational image of a woman who's perhaps almost impossible to be. You aspire to her, that's the idea. Gisele herself from my experience is extremely down to earth, very funny, very forthright, very intelligent and a very forward moving, powerful woman."

    Gisele isn't the first A-lister to star in a Chanel No. 5 short film, following in the footsteps of Brad Pitt and Nicole Kidman, who starred in her own Luhrmann-directed Chanel No. 5 short back in 2004.

    So what are you waiting for? Watch the video now!

    Coco Rocha Expecting First Child

    She’s about to release her first book, Study of Pose, but Coco Rocha has another debut on the way.

    The model and her husband, artist James Conran, are expecting a baby, she announced Monday on social media.

    “We are absolutely thrilled and elated to announce that after four years of marriage we are expanding our family and expecting our first child spring of 2015!” she captioned a video posted to Instagram.

    There’s no hint yet on whether it will be a boy or girl, but we do know what Rocha’s mom Rocky wants her future grandchild to call her — and it’s not Grandma.

    “They have to call her by her first name,” Rocha, 26, told PEOPLE this past summer. “I think this is a new thing, women not wanting to be called grandma.”

    Added Rocky, “I’m old in skin, but not in my thinking.”

    Rocha and Conran wed in 2010.

    Naomi Campbell To Recur On Fox's 'Empire'

    Naomi Campbell has booked a recurring role on Fox’s midseason drama Empire. The hip-hop industry drama from Lee Daniels, Danny Strong and Brian Grazer centers on Lucious Lyon (Terrence Howard), a music superstar who is about to take his company public. Campbell will play Camilla, an alluring woman involved in a steamy affair with Hakeem (Bryshere Gray), the much-younger potential heir to his father’s throne, over whom she exercises considerable influence. Supermodel Campbell executive produces Oxygen’s modeling competition series The Face, and her acting credits include Fastlane and New York Undercover. She is repped by Resolution and Untitled Entertainment.

    Chrissy Teigen Talks About Her 'Ideal Relationship' with John Legend

    For Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, absence truly does make the heart grow fonder.

    Celebrating one year of wedded bliss with a trip to Italy and France earlier this month, the supermodel and "All of Me" singer are "in such an ideal relationship," says Teigen.

    "I'm sure there's a lot of people out there that wake up to the same person every single day and that's beautiful to them," she told PEOPLE Tuesday night at the launch of the brand new Piperlime.

    "For us, it's exciting to have time away and then be together and make up for that lost time," she explains.

    While spending quality time together on their anniversary trip, Teigen, 28, spiced things up for her husband, 35, by surprising him with a trip to strip club Crazy Horse in Paris.

    "I probably liked it more than him," she says, laughing.

    And though it might look like the couple also keeps things hot by walking around in the buff at home – she's often spotted sporting just a towel on the couple's social media accounts – the Sports Illustrated cover girl insists she's actually kind of shy about baring her bod.

    "I don't care if I wear swimsuits for a living," she says. "If the lights are on in the house, I am still covering my little tush. My good friends call me Terry Terrycloth because I'm always in a towel. I'm a little modest."

    Legend, on the other hand, has no problem showing off his fit physique in front of his wife.

    "He is more naked than I am," she says. "That man will just walk."

    Hepburn's granddaughter has fashion world buzzing

    Clad in a crisp white Thomas Pink shirt and jeans, Emma Ferrer is leaping through the crosswalk at 57th Street and Fifth Avenue while a New York Post photographer snaps away. Natives and tourists alike stop to gawk and whisper: She looks familiar.

    “Couldn’t you rent out Fifth Avenue for me?” laughs Ferrer, a girlish smile across her face.

    Minutes later, an elderly woman interrupts Ferrer to ask for directions. The beauty stops posing and happily obliges. A bit shy at first, she’s blossoming amid Midtown’s hustle and bustle.

    “I walk down the streets of Manhattan and I get so energized,” says the 20-year-old brunette, whose beauty and grace is so eerily familiar because she is the granddaughter of Audrey Hepburn, who made Fifth Avenue come alive in the iconic 1961 New York film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.”

    Though Ferrer is Hollywood royalty, the student at Italy’s Florence Academy of Art had been cloaked in anonymity.

    That is, until she graced the September cover of Harper’s Bazaar, which was shot by Michael Avedon, the grandson of the late photographer Richard Avedon, who considered Hepburn his great muse.

    With her grandmother’s long eyelashes, full lips and effortless poise (she’s studied ballet her entire life), the fashion world was besotted. The story received worldwide attention, turning Ferrer into a modern-day Cinderella.

    “The response to the article was a lot greater and bigger than I could have imagined, partly because I didn’t know what to expect from the shoot and how it would be received in the fashion world,” says Ferrer, whose father is Sean Ferrer, the son of Hepburn and actor-director Mel Ferrer. (Her mother, Leila Ferrer, is divorced from her dad.)

    Lanvin creative director Alber Elbaz has even tapped Ferrer to walk in the fabled fashion house’s Paris show at the end of September, she reveals for the first time to The Post.

    “I am so nervous, though,” admits Ferrer, who describes herself as “studious, goal-?oriented and a lover of wit.”

    When she’s not studying classical painting, she’s reading art books, perfecting her Italian, Spanish and French and creating art with oil paints.

    And she hopes to soon sign with a modeling agency.

    “I want a career in the arts,” she says. “And modeling is an amazing accompaniment to that.”

    In December, Ferrer is moving from Florence to Manhattan, where she is taking up temporary residence in a friend’s apartment, so she can finish her studies at her school’s new spinoff campus in Jersey City.

    “[The apartment is] tiny, really, really small, but I guess that’s normal here, right?” she says. “Living in Florence has been amazing, but I am ready to be in New York, where everything is happening. It’s going to be a dream.”

    The 5-foot-10 stunner was in New York earlier this month to explore her new home city — and to attend her first fashion shows.

    Escorted by Harper’s Bazaar Editor-in-Chief Glenda Bailey, she took in the collections of Alexander Wang, Ralph Lauren, Versus, Milly and Carolina Herrera.

    “Not to say I am known, but no one pounced on me, which is good, because I really enjoyed just sitting back and watching everyone,” says Ferrer of the Wang show.

    “I was between Nicki Minaj and Skrillex,” she adds, eyes widening.

    Bailey, for one, was taken by her self-possession.

    “Some of the photographers kept referring to her as a princess,” Bailey tells The Post. “Of course she isn’t, but the fact is they so enjoyed having someone to photograph who has such great manners and commands attention in such a quiet, unobtrusive way.”

    At night, Ferrer hit the town with Avedon, who shuttled her to Acme and the Electric Room to toast their Harper’s Bazaar shoot. (It was Avedon’s first cover.)

    Despite a hectic schedule, she found time to volunteer for UNICEF, an organization her grandmother famously championed, and visit the city’s museums.

    “I went to the Met twice,” she enthuses. “I forgot that museums that have collections like that exist.”

    How did the granddaughter of fashion’s most beloved icon stay under the radar for 20 years, especially in a world where boldface offspring routinely exploit their growing pains for reality ratings?

    Born in Switzerland a year after her famous grandmother passed away in 1993, Ferrer moved to Los Angeles when she was 4 and then to Florence at age 14. She has two much younger half-brothers.

    She says she was happy to spend her formative years in Italy, far away from the air kisses of Tinseltown — an environment that helped her stay grounded.

    “During Fashion Week, people were saying, ‘Give me your Instagram and Twitter,’ ” she says. “I don’t have any of that.”

    That lack of a digital footprint didn’t stop Bailey, who was looking for a subject to work with Avedon — someone on par with the great beauties his grandfather had photographed.

    During a brainstorming session, Bailey mentioned that her favorite Avedon subject was Hepburn, which prompted the magazine’s photo director to say she was sure the screen great had a granddaughter.

    “We all looked at each other and thought, ‘We better Google this and find out,’” Bailey says. “We found just one image. That was all there was of Emma online. And it was of her adjusting her father’s tie. It was so charming and elegant, and you can see from that image alone just how beautiful she is.”

    There was no email address listed for Ferrer, but, through an editor, Bailey was able to contact Ferrer’s father, who presented the opportunity to his daughter.

    “At first I was like, ‘Really, I’ve never done this type of thing. I’d be absolutely hopeless,’?” Ferrer recounts.

    She was also hesitant because she didn’t want to “exploit” her grandmother’s image.

    But she finally agreed, and within three days, the shoot — held in a Florentine studio — was under way. She says she was stiff, but Avedon worked his magic to put her at ease.

    “Getting to know Michael helped a lot. He was just really quirky and played loud music,” she says.

    The resulting series of photographs pays homage to some of her grandmother’s most iconic looks.

    “I think a lot of people have certain expectations about what the photographs imply. It’s interesting to see what people expect of me and then relate it back to the person I am,” says Ferrer, who hasn’t seen all of Hepburn’s movies, but names “Funny Face” as her favorite.

    Asked if she thinks her grandmother would be proud of her foray into fashion, Ferrer offers a thoughtful, level-headed response.

    “I’d like to think my grandmother would be proud of me for other things I’ve accomplished. I was a hard worker at school. I graduated at the top of my class. I don’t know how she would feel about this in particular.

    “I would like to become a woman I feel like she was in her strength and compassion, elegance and kindness. Everyone always talks about how kind and down-to-earth she was, you know,” says Ferrer, who doesn’t believe her lineage entitles her to a free ride.

    “I’m a believer in the lottery of birth,” she explains. “You are born into something by pure chance.”

    Threesomes and vodka: The wild rise of Kate Moss

    When John Galliano cast a very young, very unknown Kate Moss in his spring/summer 1990 show, he was struck by the poignancy of her otherness: She had come in for fittings in her thrift-store finds and beat-up boots, her long hair hanging in strings, each day surrounded by world-famous warrior models plated in Versace and Chanel who made it quite clear they thought this plain little foundling did not belong.

    “We were looking for new girls,” Galliano said, “and wow — I’d found my rough little diamond.”

    At the time, Kate considered herself “feral,” but Galliano chose Kate to open the show. She hadn’t eaten all day and was terrified. She’d later say she felt like she “was up there on my own,” and when the show was over, Kate went to the after-party and guzzled so much whiskey that she missed her flight the next day.

    She was hung over and disoriented and intimidated, and she loved it. Her entree into this new world, however long it was meant to last, had already meant a higher class of party with a higher class of people.

    She was no longer interested in hanging out at the low-ceilinged local pub, knocking back swarmy, lethal concoctions of cider and lager. Soon, she’d be training her palate at the Hemingway Bar at the Ritz in Paris, where she began drinking fizzy cocktails made of gin and Champagne.

    “When I used to come back home and get into our car — which wasn’t air-conditioned — and a house with no pool — I was like, ‘I’m not staying here forever,’?” Kate said. “I never had that feeling of, ‘That’s your lot.’?”

    One photographer in Paris had actually told Kate that she had no chance at all, that she was “just another common bitch.”

    Kate Moss, just 15, looked at him with disbelief. And she laughed.

    ‘The Waif Thing’

    Kate Moss was spotted by a modeling agent at age 14, walking through JFK Airport with her middle-class British parents. But her Polaroid was stuck into the “maybe” drawer until Kate’s mentor, the fashion photographer Corinne Day, plucked it out — launching her career in 1990 with a striking image that made the cover of UK style bible The Face.

    “Corinne would make me cry,” Kate said.

    That was the point.

    “The more I piss you off,” Corinne would say, “the better pictures I get.”

    By 1992, Kate had been picked as the new face of Calvin Klein, and now she had to be topless for the campaign. She dreaded it. Early in her career, she had considered getting implants, but she changed her mind once she began getting work. It was another thing that set her apart.

    She was teamed with Mark Wahlberg, then known as “Marky Mark,” a hip-hop wannabe with a band called The Funky Bunch and a brother in New Kids on the Block.

    It was not a happy set. Wahlberg spent some downtime tugging his crotch while Kate rolled her eyes. Glenn O’Brien, who wrote the script for the TV spots, says Wahlberg would look at the pages and cross out things he didn’t think sounded like him, “a sort of white South Boston version of Ebonics,” O’Brien says.

    Wahlberg also made it clear that Kate was, to him, nothing special. “I wasn’t into the waif thing,” he said later. “She kind of looked like my nephew.”

    “It didn’t feel like me at all,” Kate said. “I felt really bad about straddling this buff guy. I didn’t like it. I couldn’t get out of bed for two weeks.”

    By now, Kate was drinking heavily. She saw a doctor and was prescribed Valium, but her boyfriend’s mother — whom she was staying with in New York — forbade Kate to take it.

    “Nobody takes care of you mentally,” Kate said. “I thought I was going to die.”

    That campaign saved the house of Calvin Klein and launched Kate’s career.

    “For me, Kate’s body represented closing the door on the excessiveness of the ’80s,” Klein said. “So many women models would come to me where they’ve distorted their bodies by implants in their breasts, changing their hips, changing their knees .?.?. I mean, you just cannot imagine what models were doing to themselves, what women have been doing to themselves. I think something changed dramatically in the ’90s. And I was looking for someone who could represent something that’s more natural.”

    The culture at large didn’t see Kate that way: Up against the skyscraper models of the ’80s, their very perfection a comment on American supremacy, a small-boned, flat-chested model like Kate Moss was heresy. Someone like her hadn’t been seen since Twiggy in the ’60s. Suddenly, Kate and Calvin Klein were accused of promoting anorexia, heroin use, child pornography and the downfall of Western civilization.

    She was on the sides of buses, kiosks and pay phones, naked and draped across a velvet sofa in a ramshackle room, “FEED ME,” often scrawled across the ad by protesters.

    “I was thin,” Kate said, “but that’s because I was doing shows, working really hard .?.?. You’d get to work in the morning. There was no food. Nobody took you out for lunch when I started.”

    Kate spent much of 1993 in tears. This was the same girl who had once been told by her mother that life wasn’t always fun and refused to believe it: “Why the f-?-k not? Why the f-?-k can’t I have fun all the time?’?” Now she was beginning to see.

    Heartbreak

    By the time Kate met Johnny Depp in 1994, he had been divorced from his first wife and engaged three more times — most recently to Winona Ryder — and had just altered his famous “Winona Forever” tattoo to “Wino Forever.” Depp was deep into booze and drugs, and his LA nightclub, the Viper Room, was his personal clubhouse, a space where celebrities could party with abandon, where it was rumored Depp and his friends could watch knowing patrons have sex through a one-way mirror.

    Kate and Johnny were the chicest, druggiest couple since Keith Richards and Anita Pallenberg, the epitome of cool in a “Trainspotting” culture.

    But Kate was often on edge with Johnny, afraid of his moods but more afraid he’d leave her. She overlooked a lot, including one night in October 1994, in the presidential suite at New York City’s Mark Hotel.

    The cops were called and found Kate sitting amid the wreckage; Depp was arrested for causing nearly $10,000 in damage to a $2,200-a-night room, but even his perp walk was the height of grunge chic: There he was in low-slung bluejeans, a grubby white T-shirt, a brown jacket and a green knit cap pulled over long, lanky hair, sunglasses on.

    “Johnny invented grunge,” director John Waters said. “He looked good under arrest.”

    Not everyone got the appeal. Anna Sui recalls going over to Kate’s apartment in the Village — in the same building as Carolyn Bessette, who worked at Calvin Klein and had lobbied hard for Kate — for a small after-party. Johnny ignored Kate.

    “He was always in the corner, with his guy friends,” Sui says. “I think we were just, like, the fashion people or something.”

    Just as she didn’t feel equal to her fellow supermodels, Kate didn’t feel worthy of Depp. She did everything he told her to. Suddenly, the girl who had last read “The Celestine Prophecy” was reading the Beats and trying to pronounce “Kerouac” to reporters.

    “It must make you feel secure if you know what you want to do,” she said. “I want to find something I really love, because I don’t love modeling. I’ve got all these people around who are so passionate about what they do. I envy them .?.?. Fashion’s not satisfying to me at all. You can’t change the world through fashion because the average person doesn’t look at fashion pictures.”

    She had no idea how revolutionary she already was — and no sense of how out of control.

    Depp, who was beginning to slow the partying down, couldn’t take it. In one sitting, Kate could snort 3 grams of coke and drink a bottle of vodka, which a doctor said was the best liquor for preserving her looks. She put stuff away so hard and fast that her nickname was “The Tank.” A friend says she suspected Depp was cheating on her.

    “She’d phone him all the time, on sets, in hotels,” says the friend. “She never expressed concern about his drug use. She expressed concern about being separated from him on jobs.”

    Not long after appearing together at the 1997 Cannes Film Festival, Kate and Johnny, unraveling for months, broke up for good. They had a massive blow-up at his house in LA. She thought they had been living there together, but he thought she had been crashing.

    He had tried living with her in New York, but that lasted less than six months. As wild as Johnny may have been, even he couldn’t take the partying and the clinginess.

    According to a friend, he told Kate that she was “a crazy bitch,” that they were done. Kate couldn’t believe it.

    “Johnny broke her heart,” says the friend. “She went mad.”

    ‘A very soulless life’

    Kate threw herself into partying with her movie-star and rock-star friends. The tabloids called the clique “the Primrose Hill set,” after the posh neighborhood they shared. She was reeling after her split with Johnny.

    “Sleeping around, doing more drugs,” a friend says of that time. “It gets back to him that she’s out of control, and he’s not surprised. He did drugs, but he knew how much to take and how much not to, and she just wouldn’t stop.”

    The British tabloids began reporting Kate’s hookups with several of her female friends — including Jude Law’s wife, Sadie Frost, who, this friend says, began to fall in love with Kate.

    When Frost told Law, he was excited by it. The three became entangled. Normally, Sadie was wildly possessive of Jude — she claimed to have sent “little death threats” to his newest co-star, a 16-year-old Claire Danes — but Kate was Queen of Primrose Hill, so Sadie kept her mouth shut.

    “They all partied together, slept together,” says a colleague. “It was a very soulless life they led.”

    “Kate can drink anyone under the table,” says a family friend. “She can drink a liter of vodka in one sitting. She’ll go out on a Thursday and come back on a Sunday.” Anyone who tries to quit or dial it back is a traitor to the cause; Kate’s friends are expected to party at all hours, whether it’s 7 p.m. or 5 a.m.

    “She doesn’t like her own company,” says the family friend of that time. “She’s addled by the drugs and doesn’t like to think.”

    When Johnny Depp hooked up with French starlet Vanessa Paradis — who became pregnant within weeks — Kate spun out.

    She took off for a wild two weeks in Ibiza, and Jason Lake, her island hookup, spilled all to the press, expressing amazement that this “kinda rough” girl who knocked back vodka and tequila every night was the world’s most famous model.

    “I was living fast,” Kate said of that time. “It was, ‘Sleep? Why? Why not go on? There’s too much to do.’?”

    Anna Nicole Smith's estate denied late husband's fortune

    The estate of Anna Nicole Smith has failed in its final bid to obtain her late husband’s money, seven years after the death of the Playboy model and reality TV star.

    A federal judge in Orange County on Monday rejected the effort to obtain about $44 million from the estate of Texas billionaire J. Howard Marshall, whom Smith married in 1994 when he was 89 and she was 26. The oil tycoon died the next year. His will left his $1.6 billion estate to his son and nothing to Smith.

    Smith, under her real name, Vickie Lynn Marshall, challenged the will, claiming that her husband promised to leave her more than $300 million above the cash and gifts showered on her during their 14-month marriage. A Houston jury said Marshall was mentally fit and under no undue pressure when he wrote the will.

    Over the course of nearly 20 years, the Texas bankruptcy court and local and federal courts, including the US Supreme Court, all rejected Smith’s various attempts to overturn Marshall’s will and trust and to obtain money from his estate.

    The efforts continued even after Smith died of an accidental drug overdose in February 2007.

    On Monday, US District Judge David O. Carter denied a request from Smith’s estate to sanction the estate of Marshall’s son, E. Pierce Marshall.

    “Time spent litigating the relationship between Vickie Lynn and J. Howard has extended for nearly five times the length of their relationship and nearly twenty times the length of their marriage. It is neither reasonable nor practical to go forward,” the judge said in his ruling. He noted that it was the last surviving piece of decades of litigation.

    “The American taxpayer has supported the burden of this litigation for many years, and it is time for this suit to no longer ‘drag its weary length before the Court,'” Carter concluded, quoting a Supreme Court decision in the case that itself quoted Charles Dickens’ “Bleak House.”

    An email message for Howard K. Stern, the executor of Smith’s estate, was not immediately returned Tuesday.

    G. Eric Brunstad Jr., attorney for the Marshall family, said in a statement that the family agreed with the judge that it was time to stop the litigation.

    Sightings

    Heidi Klum and her kids eating at Serafina.

    Gisele is the highest-paid model, earning $47M last year

    Gisele Bundchen is still queen of the catwalk.

    The Brazilian stunner topped Forbes’ list of richest models, strutting her way to $47 million in earnings over the past 12 months, the magazine reported on Monday.

    Bunchen’s 2013-14 take far exceeded those of her gorgeous rivals Doutzen Kroes ($8 million), Adriana Lima ($8 million), Kate Moss ($7?million) and Kate Upton ($7?million).

    Bundchen also gets to spike the ball to celebrate, as she brought home a lot more bacon than pigskin-tossing hubby Tom Brady.

    The star New England Patriot quarterback made $38.3 million in salary and endorsements, according to Forbes’ most recent list of richest athletes. Brady was No. 11 on that honor roll.

    Sightings

    Christie Brinkley and Kelly Rutherford at the Children’s Justice Campaign benefit Saturday at the Hamptons home of Joan and George Hornig.

    We Hear...

    That Carine Roitfeld, Kate Upton and Naomi Campbell will be honored at Daily Front Row Fashion Media Awards Sept. 5.

    Sightings

    Heidi Klum at Bleecker Street designer crafts spot the Market NYC with two of her children.

    Lily Aldridge Strips Down for One Very Sexy Dinner Party

    (Video) Well that’s one way to sell clothes!

    In a new Victoria’s Secret ad, the brand takes a cue from Johnnie Walker Blue and casts Angel Lily Aldridge in a mini-movie promoting the #LessIsMore campaign and a new collection of clothing.

    In the clip, Aldridge hosts a fancy dinner party for friends, but in a bit of a clumsy streak, spills food and wine on herself again, and again … and again.

    Luckily, the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover model — married to Kings of Leon singer Caleb Followill and mom to daughter Dixie, 2 — just happens to have a closet in her kitchen (lucky!), and changes into several cute outfits over the course of her night (though her dinner guests definitely start to take notice). And when things get really messy toward the end, well … guess a bra and underwear will have to do.

    Dinner sure looked good, though!

    Sightings

    John Mayer, Ellen Pompeo, Naya Rivera, Nicole Richie and Alessandra Ambrosio at a Beau Joie after-party for Sir Paul McCartney following his show at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.

    Billy Joel Sings 'Uptown Girl' to Christie Brinkley at Madison Square Garden

    (Video) Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley may have divorced, but he's still her Piano Man.

    The 60-year-old beauty had front-row seats at Joel's Madison Square Garden concert Thursday night, and Joel directed his camera crew to film her dancing for "Uptown Girl" (the 1983 video for which Brinkley famously starred in).

    You can see Joel beckon his camera crew over mid-song on the YouTube video above, and the uploader eventually pans up to the screens above the stage showing Brinkley at the song's end.

    Brinkley posted several shots from the concert on her Instagram: One selfie was captioned "he's still got it" and another showed her daughter Sailor filming Joel's performance from the front row. (instagram.com)

    Joel was named a "franchise" by the Garden earlier this year: He'll play a monthly concert until demand dies down, or until the lights go out on Broadway, whichever comes first.

    Kate Upton Reveals What Has "Prevented" Her From Posing Nude

    While it's common for high-fashion models to pose nude—including Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Gisele Bundchen—Kate Upton, who is undoubtedly one of the hottest models of the moment, isn't sure if stripping down for the camera is the right move for her career.

    Men of the world, we'll let you have a moment to shed a tear.

    "For me those photos are art," the 22-year-old stunner, who has graced the covers of Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Sports Illustrated, explained to Details.com of high-fashion nude pics. "Your body is art, your body is beautiful, and to be photographed in that way is amazing and it's received in a very positive way."

    So then why does the blond bombshell have her own hesitations? Two words: social media.

    "But with social media and the Internet and not so great blogs and the attention like that, I don't think that my pictures would be received in the way that I'd want them to be received," Justin Verlander's GF admitted. "That's why I've stayed away from them. I really appreciate those photos and I think those women are beautiful, but I think social media and the Internet has prevented me from putting myself out there like that."

    (It's worth noting that the sexy stunner has posed topless for German Vogue—and even defied gravity in a bikini—although she has yet to bare all in the name of "art").

    This isn't the first time The Other Woman star has been asked if she'd be willing to shed her clothes for a shoot. Upton previously opened up about the possibility of posing for Playboy while speaking with British GQ last month.

    "I never like to say never because there are circumstances that I could do pretty much anything if it inspires me and if I think that it's cool at the time," she shared. "But right now, at this point in my career, I'm not doing Playboy."

    During her chat with Details, the buxom beauty was also asked how she deals with the fact that the majority of the population refers to the stunner as a "blond bombshell"?

    "It's where I've started and it's what I've accomplished, so I'm happy about it," she said. "But the more my career grows, I think that people will see that I have a lot more to offer and a lot more to give, but I want to do it right and that's why it's taking me time. I'm patient about it...I always had in my mind where I should be at a certain stage."

    Guess we'll have to wait and see if nudity will ever be part of the equation.

    Christie Brinkley to share secrets from her career in new memoir

    Hamptons insiders are whispering Christie Brinkley is writing “a memoir” with dishy tales of her multiple marriages, modeling career and East End real estate dealings.

    But rumors that Brinkley will spill such secrets are, perhaps unfortunately, only apocryphal.

    Brinkley will instead, less sensationally, “share the secrets she’s learned throughout her 40-year career” in the book, her rep said, with “a holistic look at diet, fitness, vitality.”

    Brinkley’s being very hands-on, we hear, and will “consult many experts and professionals in the fields of beauty, fashion and wellness to ensure her information is up-to-the-minute.”

    Grand Central Life & Style is publishing, set tentatively for early 2016.

    Jimmy Fallon peeks up Heidi Klum's dress in human wheel stunt: Watch

    (Video) "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon has quite the racket going on with these famous ladies -- get them to do the human hamster wheel trick with you and then look up their skirts. First Halle Berry, then Heidi Klum. One more and we might have to alert the authorities.

    J/k, Fallon. It's all in good fun, though he did admit to peeking with Ms. Klum. But she must not have minded very much, because when their first attempt at a human wheel didn't work, she suggests trying another way that has them rolling around on the ground face to face. Woo woo.

    "Project Runway" just kicked off its 13th season, airing Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime. Klum can also be seen judging "America's Got Talent" Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT and Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

    Passengers Claim Kate Moss She Got "Very Drunk" at Airport, Boarded Plane Without a Ticket

    If you're looking for well-organized travel arrangements, Kate Moss may not be your girl.

    The model was spotted at Bodrum Airport in southwest Turkey Monday night, trying her best to board an EasyJet flight to London's Gatwick Airport.

    There was one minor problem however…she didn't seem to have a ticket.

    In addition to that tiny detail, passengers aboard her earlier flight claimed that the 40-year-old appeared to be drunk.

    Eyewitnesses took to Twitter to describe their run-in with Moss, with one even saying, "Just got off my flight with a very drunk Kate Moss."

    A source at the airport told MailOnline that "The general consensus was that she didn't have a ticket but after chatting to the manager for some time, she was whisked off and ushered onto a flight."

    They added, "It was pretty obvious that Kate had had a bit to drink as she was talking loudly and didn't seem worried about being seen."

    The famous blonde was snapped by travelers walking around the terminal and approaching several counters in an effort to speak with someone about boarding a flight.

    She was seen walking next to two female friends, one of whom was pushing a stroller full of luggage.

    Despite the reports about Moss' behavior, she (unsurprisingly) managed to look downright chic in an all-black, boho-inspired outfit complete with gold-embellished ankle boots.

    She also carried a bright blue tote bag on her arm as she chatted with flight attendants and fans that approached her during her time at Bodrum.

    Luckily, Moss got home safe and sound within just a few short hours.

    Kate Upton Makes a Plea for a New Puppy-Find Out What Boyfriend Justin Verlander Thinks of the Idea!

    (Photo) Perhaps if Kate Upton gave Justin Verlander puppy dog eyes in this photo, the baseball player might be persuaded to adopt a new furry friend. On Tuesday, the supermodel Instagrammed a picture of herself holding an adorable dog and tagged her boyfriend in the post, writing, "Pleaseeeee @justinverlander."

    The Detroit Tigers' starting pitcher, 31, responded by Instagramming a picture of his reddish Heinz 57 mix. "@kateupton If anyone objects raise your hand!" he wrote. "#RileyObjects #jealous #RileyWins."

    Verlander and his ex-girlfriend Emily Yuen adopted "the coolest dog ever" when they were in college.

    "We went to the SPCA, and he kept licking our faces," he told Richmond Magazine in 2008. "We've been building a bond with this dog. He's been around since day one. He's experienced everything with me."

    Upton, meanwhile, regularly posts pictures of her dog Boots via Twitter and Instagram. While the 22-year-old blond beauty may not end up getting a new dog, she's already got a Tiger of her very own!

    Sunnery James and Doutzen Kroes Welcome Daughter Myllena Mae

    She’s a model mama — of two!

    Doutzen Kroes welcomed her second child with husband Sunnery James on Wednesday, July 30, her rep confirms to PEOPLE.

    Daughter Myllena Mae was born at 10 a.m. in Holland.

    “Both of our families are beyond thrilled to finally meet our beautiful and healthy little girl,” the parents tell PEOPLE. “She’s a true blessing!”

    She added on Twitter Wednesday: “A miracle saw the light of day this morning. Welcome Myllena Mae. Mommy, Daddy and brother Phyllon are super proud!”

    The Victoria’s Secret model, 29, and the Dutch deejay and producer are already parents to son Phyllon Joy, 3½.

    In February, Kroes wasn’t shy about sharing the news of her pregnancy, daring to bare it all — including her baby belly! — in a black and white photo she posted to Instagram.

    “This is not a #throwbackthursday this is now!” she wrote, later confirming she was expecting a girl.

    Kate Upton: You're ugly if you don't have a curvy body

    Kate Upton is giving modesty a try.

    The buxom 22-year-old opts for a drastically different look in the September issue of Elle UK (available on newsstands and digital on Friday), posing in oversize pieces that hide her trademark curves.

    “I’m from Florida, it’s all about being in bathing suits,” said Upton, who once dated “Dancing with the Stars” heartthrob Maksim Chmerkovskiy.

    She revealed that the Sunshine State subscribes to its own set of beauty standards. “You are ugly if you don’t have a curvy body,” she explained. “And I didn’t have one, and then I got one, and thought, ‘Yessss!’ And then people say: ‘Oh, wow, you’re healthy.’ And you’re like, ‘Wait – what? I’ve been begging for this body my whole life!’”

    Though her shape is envied, Upton confessed she can be self-conscious about her figure. “Everybody at some point in their life doesn’t like themselves,” she said. “It’s not like I look in the mirror and think, ‘I’m killing it. My eyes are killing it.’ No, a lot of times I’m puffy and bloated. I like myself in general, but there are days when you just don’t.”

    But should modeling not work out, Upton has a backup plan. “I would be fine leaving all of this behind and living on a farm somewhere,” she confessed.

    Doutzen Kroes: Why I Needed the Sex of My Baby Confirmed - Twice

    Doutzen Kroes always dreamed of having a daughter.

    So when her doctor told her she was pregnant with a baby girl, it took a little convincing on her part.

    “I wanted a girl so badly — I had it confirmed by two doctors!” the model mama, who shows off her baby belly in an exclusive photo from her upcoming feature in the September issue of Glamour, tells the magazine.

    Although the Victoria’s Secret model is used to showing off her shape, Kroes, 29, admits she had to get creative with her bump during a recent sexy shoot.

    “I was four and a half months pregnant when shooting the Reveal Calvin Klein campaign, but we worked around it,” she says. “Charlie Hunnam, my costar, is the sweetest guy. He made me very comfortable on set — because, uh, I wasn’t wearing a lot!”

    But don’t count on a quick bounce back — or an immediate return to the runway — after her baby arrives. “We’ll see how that goes,” Kroes, who is also mom to 3½-year-old son Phyllon Joy, shares.

    “I don’t like to stress about [my body]. I look to my sister, a nutritionist, to help me lose the weight.”

    And while she has yet to make her big debut, Kroes’s baby girl already has a bright future. “My agent’s already joking about signing her to the agency,” the mom-to-be says.

    Behati Prinsloo: Adam Levine and I Definitely Plan to Have Kids

    Behati Prinsloo doesn’t like to look too far ahead, but one thing she is planning for is children with husband Adam Levine.

    The Victoria’s Secret model, 25, who wed the Maroon 5 singer, 35, in Mexico earlier this month, told Net-a-Porter that she has a “definite” plan to have children. But apart from that, she likes to keep her future vague.

    “I have no expectations,” she said. “Not in a bad way, but I’ve learned that you can’t plan ahead. I live day by day and see what happens.”

    Prinsloo said she never even expected to break into modeling. “I was tall, skinny and awkward,” she recalled. “Growing up, I’d look at magazines and think, ‘These pretty girls are actually doctors, right?’ I didn’t even know about Kate Moss.”

    But Prinsloo got her chance at 16 when a photographer approached her while she was visiting Cape Town and asked her if she’d like to model. She ended up staying in South Africa, living with six other models for three months.

    “It was the best time,” she said. “I can’t believe my parents let me do it, because my dad is strict. But later he told me, ‘I let you go because it was a chance to see the world. We [couldn't] give you the opportunity to travel; you [had to] experience life outside.’”

    Sighting

    Hilary Rhoda and her fiancé Sean Avery seeing Alabama Shakes at Terminal 5 for Mercedes-Benz’s kickoff of the band’s Evolution Tour.

    Kate Upton Talks About Her ''Curvy'' Figure: "I've Been Begging for This Body My Whole Life!"

    Kate Upton is opening up about her signature curves!

    In the latest issue of Elle U.K., the 22-year-old buxom blond beauty says she's always wanted a bodacious bod like the one she has today.

    "When I first started modeling, I was a normal catalogue model," Upton tells the mag. "Then, I became a woman, and I was really excited about becoming a woman. Because I'm from Florida, it's all about being in bathing suits. It's a different view of beauty there. You are ugly if you don't have a curvy body. And I didn't have one, and then I got one, and thought, ‘Yessss!'"

    The hot model added, "And then people say, ‘Oh, wow, you're healthy.' And you're like, 'Wait, what? I've been begging for this body my whole life!'"

    Well all that waiting paid off! Upton's ample cleavage and killer curves have landed her on the cover of countless magazines, including Vogue and Sports Illustrated!

    Meanwhile, for the cover of Elle U.K., Upton looks gorgeous in a mod-inspired printed coat and black bodysuit that shows off her long legs.

    Lily Aldridge Talks Post-Pregnancy Workout Routine, Her Beauty Essentials & More!

    New mom? Yep. World-renowned modeling career? You bet. Killer post-baby bod? Triple check.

    Lily Aldridge is dishing all her secrets on how she got her pre-pregnancy body back in record time. After all, she did walk the Victoria's Secret fashion show four short months after giving birth. Wowza!

    "After I gave birth, I started doing Ballet Beautiful with Mary Helen Bowers," Aldridge told Cricket's Circle. "She got me ready for the VS fashion show four months post-baby."

    But even before giving birth, the Sports Illustrated model had a post-baby body goal in mind.

    "I was pregnant at same time as Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio and they gave me such good advice for how to stay in shape," Aldridge dished. "I did a lot of prenatal yoga and got lots of massages. I relaxed and had the most beautiful pregnancy. I loved every second of it."

    Aldridge, whose daughter, Dixie Pearl, just celebrated her second birthday, didn't skimp on her beauty routine while pregnant either.

    "When I was pregnant, I didn't put anything on my body that wasn't all natural," she said. "I went a bit wild. I have a whole new respect for ingredients and products. I used a lot of Mama Mio and Kora. To prevent stretch marks, I used a lot of oils—I put as many on as I could, and it worked! Loved the one by Mother's Special Blend."

    Obviously, whatever she's doing is working. Have your doubts? Just look at her!

    It's official: Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo are married

    Sorry ladies, it's official -- Adam Levine is off the market. "The Voice" coach and Maroon 5 frontman married his supermodel girlfriend Behati Prinsloo in front of 300 guests at Flora Farms in Los Cabos, Mexico on Saturday, July 19.

    Us Weekly reports the nuptials were truly a star studded affair as Jonah Hill, Jason Segel and models Erin Heatherton and Candice Swanepoel were among the attendees. Fellow "Voice" coach and friend, Blake Shelton, unfortunately couldn't make it to the ceremony due to his Chicago music tour commitments.

    Prinsloo reportedly wore a beautiful Marchesa gown and several of her Victoria Secret model friends held bridesmaid positions. As previously reported, Levine's fellow Maroon 5 bandmates as well as Fleetwood Mac legend Stevie Nicks, were key parts of the ceremony.

    In lieu of wedding gifts, the couple reportedly asked for charity donations from guests and will be honeymooning in South Africa.

    Heidi Klum and boyfriend make out during racy circus show

    Heidi Klum and New York art dealer Vito Schnabel are still going strong.

    The pair was spotted getting cozy while seeing the racy circus show “Queen of the Night” at the Diamond Horseshoe in the Paramount Hotel Thursday.

    “They were making out during the show,” an eyewitness says.

    The “Project Runway” host, 41, and Schnabel, 27, began dating at the beginning of the year.

    She has just put her eight-bedroom, 10-bathroom estate in LA’s Brentwood neighborhood on the market for $25?million.

    Sighting

    Jennifer Lopez, Diane Keaton and Christie Brinkley shopping at Haute Hippie in East Hampton.

    Gisele Bündchen's $386 Million Fortune-Breaking Down How the Supermodel Makes $128,000 a Day

    Look, it's not exactly a newsflash that Gisele Bündchen makes a ton of money. She's been one of the most in-demand models for decades.

    But according to Forbes, Gisele is worth a staggering $386 million, and this past year has been the most lucrative in her super storied career. It's hard for us (and most, we assume) to wrap our minds around such a gigantic number.

    And what's most impressive about Gisele is not just how much she's worth, but that she keeps earning more and more (and more!) each year.

    Forbes estimates that over the past twelve months Gisele took home $47 million, or $128,000 a day.

    So how exactly does Gisele bring in this insane amount of bacon? It's mostly thanks to scoring major advertising campaigns. This past year she's landed gigs with H&M, Chanel, Carolina Herrera and Louis Vuitton.

    Not to mention that the Forbes $128,000 estimate doesn't even include her most recent high-paying jobs, like campaigns with Emilio Pucci and Balenciaga. The estimate also does not include her role as the new face of Chanel No. 5, which likely comes with a pretty major payday.

    And even though Gisele has denied her Forbes estimates in the past, even if her reported fortune isn't exact down to the very last penny, it's clear that her earnings are outrageously impressive.

    It's also clear that the key to bringing home the huge amount of dough that Gisele does is through landing high-profile ad campaigns. But, it's also about staying the same.

    In a 2009 article in The Independent designer Stefano Gabbana said of Gisele, "Gisele hasn't changed over the years: she speaks a lot, she is funny and she is not scared of saying what she thinks."

    Not to mention, we'd say that the 33 year-old mother has stayed the same in the face department, too. Throughout the years she's managed to remain pretty ageless. Which of course helps in keeping her face and name so recognizable and timeless.

    So, really, our main takeaway from Forbes' estimates about Gisele's massive fortune is that if you are able to remain classic and timeless, the payoff can be huge. Like, $386 million huge.

    Christie Brinkley pens touching tribute to Billy Joel's late mother

    Christie Brinkley, who was married to Billy Joel from 1985 to 1994, wrote a touching tribute to her late former mother-in-law, Rosalind Nyman Joel, on Tuesday.

    Rosalind, the woman who inspired the song “Rosalinda’s Eyes” from Joel’s 1978 album “52nd Street,” died on Sunday. She was 92.

    “At sad times we look for ways to find the good to lift our spirits, so I have only to imagine what Rosalinda’s Eyes have seen to find cause to celebrate a life well lived!” wrote Brinkley.

    “Just in this year alone she saw her son, Billy Joel receive the Kennedy Center Honor, the highest cultural honor possible, from the President of the United States no less, and Rosalind greatly appreciated the Arts! She also saw her son get a regular gig at Madison Square Garden (where he already holds a record) and where Roz is welcomed on a first name basis! And her eyes sparkled with pride and joy as the former Gilbert and Sullivan chorus girl, watched her granddaughter Alexa perform at the famed Cafe Carlyle surrounded by a large group of her friends enjoying themselves.”

    “I know as a mom myself that when you see your kids happy healthy and enjoying their passions you feel content and happy. Rosalinda’s Eyes will live on not only in the song inspired by her, but in Billy, and Alexa… and Nanny Roz herself would find that worth celebrating. @alexarayjoel #cherishedgrandmother #restinpeace.”

    Joel shared the news of his mother’s death via his official website. On it he praised her for supporting “various charitable endeavors.”

    Rosalind is survived by her two children, Billy and daughter Judy Molinari; her sister Bertha Miller; and her two granddaughters, Alexa Ray Joel and Rebecca Molinari Gehrkin.

    Chrissy Teigen licks Doritos, puts them back in the bag

    Despite her model figure, Chrissy Teigen loves junk food.

    “I lick the cheese off Doritos and put them back in the bag,” the 28-year-old said in a New York Times interview published Wednesday. “I will eat pretty much anything as long as it’s salty. Or sweet. Or spicy.”

    Unsurprisingly, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue cover model’s love of food isn’t just limited to the convenience store snack aisle.

    She’s a big proponent of both low and upscale dining, citing the Michelin Star-rated Sense, the Cantonese restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental in Tokyo, among her favorites.

    Teigen has never shied away from broadcasting her love of food, filling her Twitter, Instagram and personal blog, So Delushious, with pictures of the meals she’s eating on a daily basis, making her a perfect fit for her new gig as a judge on MTV’s new cooking show, “Snack Off.”

    But as much as the model, who married singer John Legend last fall, likes to chow down, she admits that when she’s working, she cuts down on the junk food, mainly subsisting on “red wine and cookbooks.”

    While food may be what’s on her mind most of the time, Teigen says she’s anything but a foodie.

    “I’m the farthest thing from a foodie or a food snob. Those people terrify me,” she said. (Video)

    Amber Valletta Reveals Her Drug and Alcohol Addiction

    Amber Valletta has revealed her battle with drugs and alcohol in a new video.

    "I suffer from a disease called addiction," the model-turned-actress told the wellness website MindBodyGreen.com. "I've had it for as long as I can remember."

    Valletta, 40, says she started looking for ways to get high since she was 8 years old because she was "uncomfortable being a human being."

    "I sniffed markers, I sniffed glue, fingernail polish, anything that could give me a buzz," she says.

    By the time she was 22 and her modeling career was at its peak, Valletta was abusing cocaine and alcohol.

    "I had a multimillion [dollar] deal and I showed up the first day to shoot this campaign high and drunk," she admits. "I didn't care and that's just to show you addiction takes you to the worst places."

    The Oklahoma native says the modeling industry contributed to her disease. "I was in a business that drugs and alcohol were widely acceptable and they were given to me."

    But she takes full responsibility for her actions. "I am not a victim," she says. "I don't blame anything that happened to me that was negative."

    Valletta sought help at 25 because she "didn't want to die."

    "I had to be willing to lift the veil off the shame and say, 'I'm an addict, I can't do this alone, I don't want to do this alone, I don't feel comfortable, can you help me?' "

    After staying sober for 15 years, the model-turned-actress – whose new show Legends premieres on TNT in August – hopes to inspire others by sharing her story.

    "My hope is that someone, somewhere in this room, out of this room will hear something that will help them and perhaps get them out of the shadows and the darkness of addiction and bring them into the light."

    We Hear...

    That Naomi Campbell will be filming a special congratulations to the winning World Cup team for Beats by Dre.

    Lindsay Ellingson Marries Sean Clayton

    Lindsay Ellingson is a married woman.

    The model and Victoria's Secret Angel, 29, exchanged vows with medical equipment sales rep Sean Clayton in an intimate ceremony in Bluffton, South Carolina on Saturday.

    "Words can't express the joy and happiness we have as we start the next chapter of our lives together with the support and love of our families and friends," the couple said in a statement to E! Online, who was first to report the news.

    The newlyweds kept the affair small, inviting about 85 guests, and reportedly danced to Drake's "Hold On, We're Going Home" for their first dance.

    Clayton popped the question in November while the pair was visiting his parents in Ohio. They dated for six years.

    "My love proposed last month and I couldn't be happier!" Ellingson told PEOPLE at the time.

    Charlie Hunnam & Doutzen Kroes Strip Down, Get Hot and Heavy in New Calvin Klein Ad

    (Photo) OK, so we'll never get to see Charlie Hunnam as Christian Grey, but perhaps his new gig with Calvin Klein gives us a glimpse into what could have been—and holy moly is it hot! The Sons of Anarchy actor poses shirtless in a sexy new ad for the brand's fragrance Reveal with supermodel Doutzen Kroes. Really though, the two look so hot and heavy the image could have been outtake from Fifty Shades of Grey.

    Hunnam's face is almost completely hidden as he embraces Doutzen, who seems to be wearing only a simple black slip. Fans won't even be disappointed by a lack of abs in the photo because, well, just look at that sculpted back!

    Back in October the star hinted to E! News that he had scored some new jobs since dropping out of Fifty Shades. "I'm doing really good. I am just really concentrating on work. It's been a really busy time," he shared. Well, now we know one thing he was up to!

    Kate Upton on Posing for Playboy: "I Never Like to Say Never"

    Men of the world, your dreams just may come true: Kate Upton has opened up about the possibility of posing for Playboy.

    While speaking with British GQ at an event for Gillette, the brand's sexiest ambassador opened up about what she wants in a man (physically speaking, that is) and shared her thoughts on David Beckham's style in addition to dishing on the popular men's magazine which many would love to see the buxom beauty front.

    So, would she ever pose for Playboy?!

    "I never like to say never because there are circumstances that I could do pretty much anything if it inspires me and if I think that it's cool at the time," she shared. "But right now, at this point in my career, I'm not doing Playboy."

    Although it's probably not the answer you fellas were wishing for, at least there's still a little hope for the future, right?

    The 22-year-old model also shared her thoughts on what makes a well-groomed man, admitting "confidence" is key when it comes to attraction.

    "I think, really, it's all about confidence - it's however a guy feels the most confident," she said. "And anytime someone walks into a room who is just exuding confidence, I think whatever they're doing is amazing."

    As for whether some men take grooming a tad too far?

    "I think there is a fine line between grooming when you're confident and you appreciate yourself, and grooming because you're insecure," the blond bombshell explained. "I think some guys try to please what other people think they should look like, instead of knowing how they feel the best in themselves."

    Upton was also asked who she believes is the best dressed British man, and, when she couldn't come up with a response, the reporter suggested David Beckham, to which the leggy stunner replied: "But he's never dressed. He's always naked - he does campaigns in his underwear! In the States they're always like: 'Topless pictures of David Beckham'!"

    And that's a problem...why?

    Last but certainly not least, the Vogue cover girl was asked for her personal food preference if a man is making her a home cooked meal.

    "I always feel great after green juices and I always have eggs in the morning," Justin Verlander's GF dished. "I think a little bit of everything is good in moderation. But if a guy was going to cook for me I would eat whatever he put in front of me!"

    So polite!

    Cindy Crawford Is Helping a 2-Year-Old Boy Find a Bone Marrow Donor

    When Cindy Crawford found out about a 2-year-old boy with leukemia who needed a bone marrow transplant to save his life, she had to do something to help.

    "I lost my little brother, Jeff, to leukemia when I was just 10 years old," Crawford, 48, tells PEOPLE. "Sadly, a bone marrow transplant wasn't an option for him then."

    In 1974, when Crawford was 8 years old, Jeff was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. He was just 2 years old. At the time, she says, the deadly disease only had a 25 percent cure rate. After two years of experimental treatments, Jeff lost his battle, right before his 4th birthday.

    The death of her brother, whom she describes as "one of the most influential people in my life," was devastating, says Crawford, who for years has been an advocate for bone marrow donation.

    "But today," Crawford explains, "we have the chance to save the life of little Chase Foley and countless other children. We need your help to find him a bone marrow donor."

    Diagnosed at 4 Weeks Old

    Doctors discovered that Foley was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia when he was just 4 weeks old, says Katharina Harf, the co-founder of Delete Blood Cancer DKMS, the world's largest nonprofit marrow donor center, which is helping to find a match for Foley.

    To give him the best chance at survival, Chase's parents, Chris and Elizabeth Foley and their children, Alexis, Austin, Peyton, and Chase moved from Syracuse, N.Y. into the Ronald McDonald House in Albany, New York, so Chase could focus on his treatment with the pediatric oncology team at Albany Medical Center.

    "Chase is only 2½ years old but had undergone more medical procedures than the average adult experiences in a lifetime," says Harf. "He's never lived in a real home with his family or had a chance to just be a kid. His best hope for survival is a bone marrow transplant. But his medical team hasn't been able to find a matching marrow donor who can help him. If we can find a match for Chase, he can be saved."

    Crawford has been working with Delete Blood Cancer DKMS since 2007, and she was honored at the organization's Linked Against Leukemia gala in 2008 for her advocacy efforts.

    Getting tested is easy, says Harf, whose father, Peter Harf, founded DKMS in 1990 after his wife – Katharina's mother, Mechtild – was diagnosed with an acute form of blood cancer. She lost her battle in 1991 at age 46.

    Test results from a cheek swab are sent to a national bone marrow registry. If the marrow is a match, donors undergo a minor outpatient surgery to extract healthy stem cells to replace the patient's unhealthy cells.

    To register, visit Delete Blood Cancer DKMS or Chase Away Leukemia.

    Chrissy Teigen: "I Don't Take Modeling Seriously"

    Chrissy Teigen may have a seriously impressive modeling career, but that's not guilting her into taking her high-profile gig too seriously.

    The charismatic model dished of her chosen profession on Late Night, telling host Seth Meyers: "It's fun, but I don't take it very seriously."

    "I am paid a good amount of money to not blink for 12 hours," Teigen joked.

    And the refreshingly candid 28-year-old didn't stop there. She also addressed her outspoken nature on social media, even admitting that it has gotten her into trouble in the past.

    "My agency definitely is not so keen on it all the time," Teigen dished on the show. "Well, just being a model you're not supposed to speak ever, really."

    Another modeling taboo the Sports Illustrated cover girl is breaking? Eating. She's got an Instagram filled with snapshots of drool-worthy homemade meals, and now she's set to judge the new cooking competition show Snack-Off on MTV.

    "Basically [it's] Top Chef but for a little dirtier cuisine—hot pockets, hot dogs, oatmeal pies."

    Tyra Banks Predicts Radically Different "Beauty" Standards in the Future-Get the Details!

    Being beautiful isn't just about perfecting that smize, y'all!

    There's a lot more to it, and if you ask Tyra Banks, almost everything we perceive as "beautiful" is going to change radically in the future. The 40-year-old America's Next Top Model host wrote a Wall Street Journal op-ed published Monday about the future of our perception of beauty—and boy, it's a doozy!

    "In general, I believe, traditional beauty will be less valuable—and more uniqueness will be heralded," she writes. This will be come as a result of quick, easy plastic surgery—making the "cookie-cutter" look less desirable, she reasons. "People will be vying for that cutting-edge, distinct look in the way that today celebs reach for baby names that defy convention."

    Tyra also predicts the end of hair extensions ("hair-growing serum" can just be "applied to the scalp," and you'll see changes in 24 hours) and that curly will be "the popular hair texture of choice."

    But futuristic models won't have pin-thin frames! (Actually, "models," per se, will be "as relevant as a horse and buggy," Tyra writes. "Robot/avatar models" with totally different features than us humans will sell products instead!) But! Tyra thinks because global warning "will threaten our crops," and make natural food sources "scarce," women with "hourglass, curvy bodies" will be the "aspirational beauty standard." Their more ample figures, she writes in her WSJ op-ed, show they "have access to bounties of fulfilling yet healthy food, which means they are affluent."

    In the future, most people will have a similar shade of skin, she predicts, so while prejudices "based on physical features will be nearly eradicated," there will be "socioeconomically based" prejudices in their place. (BTW, we'll all have "at least one personal robot/assistant/companion" and we can choose all the features of our future kids.)

    Tyra predicts that the ladies will thrive in future (the "balance of power between the sexes will have shifted dramatically," she writes) and that the men "will be vying for women's attention, obsessed with being attractive to females and snagging well-off ladies who can take care off them."

    WSJ commenters are already having a field day with Tyra's musings on the future, but people of the Internet, remember: A sense of humor is a beautiful thing.

    Gisele Bündchen bails on Cannes to be home with hubby Brady

    Supermodel Gisele Bündchen chose family over business when she abruptly bailed on an appearance at the Cannes Lion International Festival of Creativity to head back to her loved ones on the East Coast.

    We hear Bündchen was expected to speak on a marketing panel at the weeklong media and advertising confab — where VIP attendees included Kanye West, Courtney Love, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jared Leto, Mariah Carey, Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg and Yahoo’s Marissa Mayer — but she ditched the gig on short notice to jet back to the US and her hubby, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, and their sons.

    The supermodel, who also has her own shoe line, was scheduled to appear Wednesday at “A Conversation With Gisele Bündchen,” hosted by Gordon Bowen, co-founder of ad agency McGarryBowen, and her image appeared on the main page of an app for the conference.

    But the Brazilian stunner backed out at the last minute, and actor Rob Lowe stepped in to speak instead. Ogilvy’s Philip Ellis noted that Lowe was a “welcome last-minute addition to the schedule after the supermodel pulled out.”

    Buzz was that Gisele had been on a two-week photo shoot for a fashion brand before the conference and Brady wanted her to come home to their family.

    But Bundchen’s rep told us she was never confirmed to appear in Cannes, even though her name and photo were included in marketing materials and popped up in news stories leading up to the gathering, which ended Friday.

    “Gisele is working in New York. I’m thinking that they probably printed materials prior to getting a go-ahead from us and never took anything down,” her rep said. “I’ve never, never confirmed this opportunity.”

    On Friday, Bundchen and Brady were photographed leaving a SoulCycle Studio in Boston together after a sweaty workout. Asked about that sighting 200-plus miles from New York City, the rep told us: “Yes, Gisele is working everyday in New York [and] commutes to Boston.”

    Petra Nemcova offers up a spanking for $100,000

    Supermodel Petra Nemcova spontaneously found a way to sweeten the pot for bidders during a charity auction Thursday night at the Happy Hearts Fund gala.

    Guests at Cipriani 42nd Street were playfully given school supplies, since the fund helps to rebuild schools hit by natural disasters.

    When Nemcova auctioned off a trip to Ibiza on a private jet (complete with a seven-night stay on a yacht) for $85,000, she said she’d throw in a kiss, but then brandished a red ruler and told the crowd she’d spank the lucky winner if they ponied up $100,000, our spies report.

    Alas, guests were perhaps too shy in front of a crowd that included honorees Bill Clinton and Haitian president Michel Martelly. U2’s Bono and The Edge appeared via video to give props to Clinton, and Martelly shocked guests by performing Elvis Presley’s “Let It Be Me” with Wyclef Jean.

    Members of the Black Eyed Peas and Sheryl Crow also sang for guests including Donna Karan, Karlie Kloss and Michèle Gerber Klein and Elaine Sargent.

    Coco Rocha's first agent insisted she burn her clothes

    Coco Rocha was so unfashionable when she started modeling, her agent told her to throw out the clothes on her back.

    “My agent told me to burn my clothes the first time I walked into the agency,” she revealed during a Wilhelmina Models panel at the National Arts Club. “I had zero style. When I left the agency, I threw them out right away outside.”

    She’s now one of fashion’s most recognizable faces.

    Also on the panel: models Robyn Lawley and Armando Cabral and moderator Melissa Wilhelmina Cooper.

    Christy Turlington and Ed Burns see 'Rocky' for Father's Day

    Christy Turlington, hubby Ed Burns and their kids celebrated Father’s Day early by seeing “Rocky the Musical” on Thursday.

    Spies said that after the show ended, the model and actor’s two kids, Grace and Finn, got to go up onstage and jump in the ring with Tony nominee Andy Karl.

    Burns called out, “Yo, Adrian!” from the sidelines.

    “The kids went nuts,” duking it out with Karl, a spy said.

    The show just celebrated 100 performances at the Winter Garden Theatre with a boxing ring cake backstage.

    Miranda Kerr and Karlie Kloss Both Deny Being Full-Time Models. What's Up With That?

    Whether it’s designing accessories or embracing the crop top, models tend to flock to trends as one beautiful, long-legged entity. And right now, the hottest vogue to sweep the modeling kingdom appears to be denying that you’re really a model at all. Two of the most in-demand models in the world, Miranda Kerr (No. 2 on Forbes’ Top Paid Models list in 2013) and Karlie Kloss (expected to make it this year thanks to her slew of endorsements) have both recently declared that they don’t consider modeling to be their job.

    In an interview with Net-a-Porter’s The Edit, Kerr claimed to see herself an an entrepreneur more than anything else, saying, “From my first photoshoot at 14, I never saw myself as a model. If someone asks me what I do, I say, ‘I have my own skincare line.’ I don’t define myself as a model.” That’s not to say that she doesn’t make money posing in fancy clothes for famous fashion photographers. “I like being able to find different aspects of myself and expressing them through a picture,” she says. “It’s fun. I might as well do it while I can. It’s not going to last forever.”

    Kloss echoed the sentiment in an interview with Into the Gloss earlier this week. “I think that’s why I treat myself more as an athlete than just a model,” she said. “But I’m not a professional athlete, I’m not a professional dancer, I’m not a professional anything; I have never considered modeling an actual job title. I have yet to determine what my job actually is but, yeah, modeling is a fun and funny gig.”

    Merriam-Webster defines “job” as “the work that a person does regularly in order to earn money,” so we think Kloss and Kerr may be a little confused in their analysis of their day-to-day profession, especially considering just how much money they earn for this specialized skill set. But hey, we can’t blame them for wanting to keep their options open.

    Cara Delevingne Makes Her Acting Debut-Watch the Sneak Peek Now!

    (Video) Not since The Blue Lagoon have a model's eyebrows commanded such attention in an acting debut.

    Cara Delevingne's distinctive trademark brows rivals Brooke Shield's stand-outs, but to be fair, it's more than just the 21-year-old model-turned-actress' signature look that catches the eye in her first foray into acting with the British short film, Timeless.

    Designer frocks tossed aside and her typically glam look downplayed for her first leading role as a young woman whose fiancé is a soldier serving in Afghanistan, Delevingne impresses in this clip, offering glimpses of a dramatic, yet subdued performance.

    The clip opens with the Brit beauty sitting at a dining table with her TV great-grandmother, played by English veteran actress Sylvia Syms, "who was also separated from her partner due to the pressures of war." This shared experience draws the two closer as they navigate the emotions associated with being left behind.

    In the made-for-TV movie that will be screened later this year as part of the Playhouse Presents season on British channel Sky Arts, the worried fiancée puts down her breakfast burrito with disinterest to commiserate, "It's unimaginable out there Great Gran, you know? What's going on. What it's like. Sitting there never knowing what's coming. What's going to happen..."

    Viewers in the U.K. will have to tune in on June 19. to find out. In the meantime, we welcome all to check out the sneak peek to determine if she has major Hollywood potential or if she should stick to her fabulous day job.

    Cara Delevingne Designs Collection for DKNY

    Cara Delevingne just made her acting debut this week in the British made-for-TV movie Timeless, and now she's trying her hand at designing. Proof that this girl is way, way more than just a pair of bold eyebrows.

    There are so many reasons to love Cara, and the announcement that she's designing a capsule collection with DKNY is just the latest.

    The 15-piece collection hits stores at the end of October, and will feature unisex pieces like beanies, tanks and tees and a leather bomber jacket. Prices will run from $70 for the beanie up to $735 for a leather jacket.

    "They always encouraged my design input, my personal style and my ideas from the very beginning of our working relationship," said Cara of DKNY to WWD. "DKNY is urban and edgy but, most of all, it's individual. They truly embrace the weirdness in all of us, so you can really be yourself."

    Cara has a massive Instagram following—5.5 million!—which is impressive for any celebrity, but particularly a runway model.

    Fellow Burberry model and bestie Suki Waterhouse has just over 300,000 Insta followers, for comparison. So, it's not surprising that there is also a social media bent to Cara's DKNY capsule collection.

    Aspiring models will have the chance to be cast by Cara herself for a DKNY photo shoot. The 21-year-old supermodel posted a message on her Instagram account, explaining:

    "Guys! So, I created a sick special-edition collection with @donnakarandkny coming later this year, and I WANT YOU to be in the campaign with me! I'm CASTING for a few lucky fans to come to New York City and model my new #DKNY collection in a special photo shoot with me."

    For more information on how you can enter for a chance to star the photo shoot with Cara, visit DKNY's casting rules page.

    Candice Swanepoel Talks Summer Beauty & Fitness: "Squats Are Key!"

    When searching for supermodel-worthy fitness and beauty advice, look no further than Candice Swanepoel.

    As a gal whose work uniform typically comes in the form of a string bikini, Candice knows all about looking hot—especially in summertime. Recently the Victoria's Secret Angel spilled her highly sought after fitness and beauty tips to Vogue UK.

    As for the exercise Candice credits for keeping her scorching body in-shape? "Squats are the key! It's definitely squats!" And when it comes to beauty, the reigning champ of Maxim's Hot 100 list has skincare slotted as first priority. "Sun protection is really important for me," Swanepoel told Vogue UK. "My face really burns and it's not cute! My facialist gives me a really strong sunscreen, and I wear that every day, whether it's sunny or not."

    The supermodel shared that she's not afraid to go makeup-free (and with a face like that, why would she be?), but said that she saves the luxury for vacation time. "When I'm on holiday, I try to take a break from make-up," Swanepoel said. "If we have a night out, or go and see a band or something, I'll do some blush and mascara—but I try to keep it really minimal."

    And what bikini model beauty cheat-sheet would be complete without beach beauty tips? Not this one. Here's what the South African beauty had to say about taking care of your hair while hitting up the sand: "Because I'm in the ocean all the time, I use a lot of different oils and conditioning creams on my hair. In Brazil it's very normal to take products and your brush to the beach, people dye their hair... so I take all of my conditioning treatments to the beach when I'm there."

    We don't think anyone would argue the fact that her beauty secrets are clearly working!

    Iman, Naomi Campbell throw Bethann Hardison dance party for CFDA award

    Model guru Bethann Hardison wanted to celebrate receiving a CFDA Award with a raucous dance party.

    So Iman, Tyson Beckford and Naomi Campbell are throwing her a Sunday afternoon shaker at Chelsea nightclub Marquee. Jennifer Hudson, Spike Lee, Estelle, Thelma Golden, Shala Monroque and others are expected to shake a tail feather with Hardison, who will receive the Founders Award from the fashion trade group for advocating for diversity on the runways.

    Campbell will present Hardison with her award at the CFDAs Monday night at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center.

    Rihanna will receive the Fashion Icon award.

    We hear Blake Lively will attend with Michael Kors and other guests expected include Lupita Nyong’o, John Waters, Emmy Rossum, Bernadette Peters and designers Alexander Wang, Marc Jacobs and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.

    Niki Taylor Helps a Man Propose to His Girlfriend - Watch the Sweet Video

    (Video) They've never had a waitress quite like this!

    Niki Taylor helped Scott Connor ask his girlfriend, Jennifer Boucher, to marry him by bringing out their dessert – along with an engagement ring – at The Prime Rib in Philadelphia, where Boucher thought she was celebrating her birthday.

    "So, the reason why I want to be part of an engagement," Taylor, 39, says in a video of the proposal, "is that I get to be a part of this couple's love story for the rest of their lives."

    Early in their relationship, Connor had asked Boucher who her favorite celebrity was, and she'd told him it was Taylor. So he reached out to the model and star of her own lifestyle series on the StyleHaul network – and was surprised when Taylor agreed to help.

    The supermodel hid in the restaurant's kitchen until it was time to bring out the dessert, and – after arriving at the couple's table – placed the ring on a serving tray alongside the couple's chocolate mousse pie.

    "We've had our share of engagements," Garth Weldon, managing partner at The Prime Rib, says in the video. "I don't think we've ever had something on this scale before, where we've had a superstar model surprise the fiancée with the ring."

    After her initial shock and surprise, Boucher said yes.

    "I was very surprised," she admits in the clip. "I was very shocked. I was overstimulated by both the proposal and meeting the celebrity I always wanted to meet."

    Model Soo Joo Park premieres short film in New York

    Platinum blond Korean modeling sensation Soo Joo Park rushed back from the Cannes Festival to premiere her short film “Impossible Love” in New York on Wednesday night.

    The muse of Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld, signed to Wilhelmina Models, is making her movie debut in the modern interpretation of the Greek myth of Pygmalion, directed by Jenna Elizabeth.

    It was shown last night at a Vs. magazine screening at the Tribeca Grand Hotel.

    We Hear...

    That Julianna Margulies and Christy Turlington are among those expected for Monday’s launch of “Eat (RED). Drink (RED). Save Lives.,” by Bono’s (RED) Organization with Mario Batali at Eataly’s rooftop, Birreria.

    Heidi Klum and Seal reunite to take the family to Disneyland

    Elin Nordegren and Tiger Woods aren’t the only celebrities willing to put aside their differences for their children. Heidi Klum and Seal are, too.

    The former couple was spotted enjoying a fun-filled family vacation with their four children at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif., on Wednesday.

    Although they’ve been divorced since 2012, the “Project Runway” host, 40, and “Kiss From a Rose” singer, 51, didn’t let that stop them from having a blast with their kids, Leni, 10, Henry, 8, Johan, 7, and Lou, 4.

    The family could be seen taking in the sights at the park and riding the tea cups, merry-go-rounds and roller coasters.

    The model and singer were married in 2005 and had three children together. Klum’s eldest daughter, Leni, is from a previous relationship.

    While the supermodel and singer looked to be all smiles, there’s little chance of them getting back together. Both have dated a number of other people since their split.

    In January, Klum split with bodyguard boyfriend Martin Kirsten. The two had been together since 2012.

    Klum has most recently been linked with Vito Schnabel, whom she could be seen very publicly kissing at the amfAR gala in Cannes last week.

    Gisele Bündchen Is the New Face of Chanel No. 5

    What do Brad Pitt and Gisele Bündchen have in common? Besides their bronzed, tawny beauty, super-hot spouses and glamorous jet-setting careers? They will both have fronted ad campaigns for Chanel No. 5. The supermodel is taking over for the actor as the face of the famous fragrance, according to reports.

    Bündchen has been a face of Chanel beauty for more than a year now, most recently appearing in ads for the line’s Les Beiges cosmetics. And now, WWD reports, the model has filmed an ad for the scent in Sagaponack, N.Y. with A-list director Baz Luhrmann (who also directed Nicole Kidman’s 2005 spot for Chanel No. 5). According to Chanel, Bündchen was tapped for her “natural beauty and modern femininity,” WWD says.

    The ad won’t arrive until later this year but we’re sincerely hoping it’s in the vein of Pitt’s black-and-white, deeply philosophical ad from last year. Nothing would be better than watching Bündchen ponder the meaning of life while being directed by the master of whimsy, Baz Luhrmann.

    Naomi Campbell celebrates birthday in style in Monte Carlo

    Naomi Campbell celebrated her 44th birthday at Billionaire Club Sunset Lounge in Monte Carlo Friday.

    She reunited with ex Flavio Briatore and shared an embrace with model Jourdan Dunn before changing out of her Versace halter dress and into a sequined Givenchy gown.

    Those at the rooftop bash were treated to Armand de Brignac Champagne and tunes by DJ Ruckus.

    Guests included Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci, Dean and Dan Caten of DSQUARED2, Dita Von Teese, Chanel Iman, Kellan Lutz and Star Jones.

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