Hopefully you've voted on all the gorgeous beauty and fashion looks from the Grammys. So now, it's time to take a closer look at what the stars wore on their nails. From coral hues to a cool black-tipped French manicure, see what nail colors the celebrities wore on the red carpet.
Tonight singer Mya dazzles in an embellished, icy blue, sequined, mermaid-style gown. A chunky bracelet, glistening drop earrings, and heavily lined eyes complete the look. Are you a fan of Mya's shimmery style?
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Mya geared up for the Grammys with a visit to the event's Westwood One Radio Remotes room wearing lipstick and hair right out of I Dream of Jeannie. Sure, the beehive/ponytail combination looks cute on her because she's adorable, but would you wear a modernized version of this retro style?
The 17th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards take place this Sunday, and as always, we'll be live blogging the event. But before the stars walk the red carpet in their Sunday finest, let's take a look at some memorable beauty looks worn by celebrities at SAG Awards past. Some are extreme, while others are simply lovely. Which ones are your favorites?
Back in the day, Mya was known for her wild hair and sexy makeup, but she's grown into quite the sophisticated lady. Tonight, she had a barely-there smoky eye and classic red lips. It's one of those no-fail red carpet looks, but do you like her adult style, or do you think she should have done something a little less expected?
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Remember when Mýa and the North Shore Animal League kicked off the Tour For Life just a couple weeks ago? Well, now that the cross-country adoption drives have their engines up and running, check out all the people who cruised in for yesterday's event featuring pets from the North Shore Animal League America and the Los Angeles Department of Animal Services at Venice Beach, CA. I love to see celebrities backing good causes, and this certainly counts as a great one. This month-long cooperative initiative with animal shelters across the country not only raises public awareness about the plights of all shelter pets, it also helps hundreds of orphaned dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens find their forever homes. And, because I love looking at cute pooches finding new families, I couldn't resist sharing a gallery of some of the adoptable furries when you read more
The world's largest no-kill shelter is bringing its life-saving mission on the road! Stopping in more than 20 US Cities to help save pets' lives across America, Tour For Life is the North Shore Animal League's month-long cooperative initiative with animal shelters across the country. The annual event not only raises public awareness about the plights of all shelter pets, it also helps hundreds of orphaned dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens find their forever homes. The Tour For Life hits the road on April 2 as two Mobile Adoption Units travel two cross-country routes simultaneously before a star-studded grand finale at NYC's FAO Schwarz — OMG, celebrities and frolicking puppies, I can't wait to see those photos! This year, Grammy Award-winning singer, Mýa, serves as the Tour For Life spokesperson – with her cutie pup, Journey – see even more pictures of the duo when you read more
In honor of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I'll be featuring people and products from pop culture that have to do with the disease — those who have beaten it, been touched by it, or are working toward finding a cure.
Today, the spotlight is on Lifetime Television, which has launched its 13th annual "Stop Breast Cancer for Life" campaign this month. The network has recruited several stars to record public service announcements about breast cancer awareness that will air throughout this month; Whoopi Goldberg, Reba McEntire, Fran Drescher, Daisy Fuentes and several NFL players are just a few of the stars involved.
The network also recruited R&B singer Mya — who became active in the breast cancer awareness community after her mother was diagnosed with the disease in 1998 — to record a special theme song for this year's campaign. The song, "My Bra," is based around the idea that we can be supportive, uplifting presences — er, "bras" — in each other's lives. The song will be featured in a new Lifetime movie, Matters of Life and Dating, starring Ricki Lake, who also has talked about the ways breast cancer has affected her.
Kudos to Lifetime for all the ways they're working to raise awareness. To watch a preview for Matters of Life and Dating featuring the Mya song, just read more