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Zendaya Channels Linda Evangelista at ‘Bliss’ Season 2 Best

Zendaya Gregory Pace/ShutterstockVintage, baby! Zendaya made quite the fashion statement at the Euphoria season 2 premiere, arriving in a black and white striped Valentino gown that was first worn by supermodel Linda Evangelista in 1992.  The 25-year-old actress, who was styled by Law Roach, teased her stunning outfit via Instagram Stories. Before debuting her outfit,…

Discover How This Collagen Powder Can Do More Than Simply Assistance Healthy Skin

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Jersey Coast’s Angelina Needed to Ask Hubby Chris to Go to Treatment

Putting in the work. Even though Angelina Pivarnick‘s marriage to Chris Larangeira had a rocky start — the reality star revealed the major step that has allowed them to make positive progress. “[Chris] didn’t want to go to therapy for a long time and it was like pulling teeth to get him to go. Eventually…

‘Pleased Lane’! Benji Madden Calls Life With Cameron Diaz ‘Tranquil’

Cameron Diaz has dated celebrities including Justin Timberlake and Alex Rodriguez, but never thought she’d get married until she started dating her now-husband, Benji Madden, in May 2014. “[Marriage] was the biggest thing I’ve done in my 40s, and it opened me up in different ways,” Diaz told Harper’s Bazaar in May 2016, 16 months after…

Stars Who Love a Winter Season Wonderland

Stars on the slopes! Celebrities are getting into the winter spirit by heading to the mountains and channeling their inner snow bunny. Some of your favorite celebs have traveled north for the winter in order to hit the ski slopes, try their hand at snowboarding or curl up by the fire in a mountain cabin.…

Unique technique for sustainable post-lithium-ion batteries

Scientists at the University of Bristol have developed high-performance sodium and potassium ion batteries using sustainably sourced cellulose. They have come up with a novel controllable unidirectional ice-templating strategy that can tailor the electrochemical performances of next-generation post-lithium-ion batteries with sustainability and large-scale availability. Currently, most of the battery technology relies on lithium-ion batteries. Batteries…

Heat conduction plays an essential function in bead characteristics

Using high-speed imaging methods, scientists at the McKelvey School of Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis have studied a microscopic entrapped bubble that forms when water droplets hit a heated, smooth, water-repellent surface. They found that heat’s conduction plays a bigger role than previously thought in the dynamics of droplets on soft surfaces that…

Crab’s eyes provide a view of the ancient world

Paleontologists from Yale and Harvard have discovered new, unusually large optical features from a 95-million-year-old crab fossil. They studied a crab fossil named Callichimaera perplexa. In 2019, former Yale paleontologist Javier Luque described the species, suggesting that the Callichimaera was a C. perplexa. Callichimaera perplexa possessed remarkably large eyes and a disparate body form among…

Seeing the plasma edge of blend experiments in brand-new methods

Understanding the turbulent motion of plasmas is essential to make fusion energy a viable resource for the world’s energy grid. Magnetic confinement of plasmas is the most highly developed approach to controlled fusion. Tokamak is a device used in nuclear-fusion research for magnetic confinement of plasma to produce significant gains in net energy. However, this…

Coughing Downward Reduces Spread of Respiratory Droplets

A global pandemic infectious respiratory disease, coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), threatens human life and health. Since the outbreak of COVID-19, fluid droplets expelled from the respiratory tract have attracted much attention because the dispersion of the infectious virus in droplets generated by talking, coughing, and sneezing is one of the significant routes of virus transmission.…

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Lili Reinhart Gets Genuine About ‘Serious’ Body Image Concerns: ‘Terrible’

Lili Reinhart. Stephen Lovekin/ShutterstockIt’s a process. Lili Reinhart detailed her battle with body image in a raw and revealing way. “I’ve been struggling with obsessive thoughts about my body/weight the last few months and it’s gotten pretty severe in the last week,” the Riverdale star, 25, began in a series of Instagram Story posts on…

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Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Keep it up! Going on a wellness and fitness journey is no easy task, but you’re doing it, and that deserves some recognition. Whether you’ve started hitting the gym, doing Zoom workouts or have even been putting together…

Is Zack Bia Dating Madelyn Cline After Her Split From Chase Stokes?

Zack Bia, Madelyn Cline, and Chase Stokes. Shutterstock(3)Setting the record straight — sort of. Zack Bia addressed his relationship status with Madelyn Cline after they recently sparked romance rumors — and the DJ isn’t looking to put a label on it. “We are not dating. We hang out all the time,” Bia, 25, explained during…

Kaitlyn Bristowe’s Season 11 of ‘The Bachelorette’: Where Are They Now?

Season 11 of The Bachelorette was one to remember. For the first time ever, there were two Bachelorettes — Kaitlyn Bristowe and Britt Nilsson — and the contestants voted for the woman they wanted to pursue a relationship with on the show. While Kaitlyn ultimately won the honor, the drama didn’t stop there. Nick Viall,…