The music video - featuring the skin-tight outfit - was released in 2000.
From breast enlargement to botox, plastic surgery has long been considered a hush-hush topic in the Hollywood hills.But with a year-on-year rise in Brits going under the knife, A-listers are no longer afraid to get candid on the work they’ve had done.In 2017, former Spice Girl, Victoria Beckham, famously penned a letter to her 18-year-old self writing: “I should probably say, don’t mess with your boobs. All those years I denied it – stupid. A sign of insecurity. Just celebrate what you’ve got.” The fashion designer reportedly underwent breast enlargement surgery back in 1999 and had them reduced in size a decade later. While some celebrities have had the works even if they’re still not quite sure it’s worth the price tag.Back in 2002, actress Jamie Lee Curtis revealed that she may as well have a plastic surgeon on speed dial.In an interview with Shape magazine, she said: “I’ve done it all. I’ve had a little plastic surgery. I’ve had a little lipo. I’ve had a little botox. And you know what? None of it works. None of it.”From Kylie Jenner‘s not-so-secret lip fillers to Gwyneth Paltrow’s botox, these are the celebrities who have openly admitted to having plastic surgery.
A grand 22 years after its silver screen debut, the stars of romantic comedy ‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’ have reunited for Entertainment Weekly‘s latest cover.In the nostalgia-inducing shoot, Cameron Diaz dons a frothy tulle gown with former co-star Julia Roberts smiling in a slick white suit – alongside Rupert Everett and Dermot Mulroney.With fans praising the reunion interview, the issue is sure to join a long list of iconic magazine covers destined to go down in history.From Caitlyn Jenner’s award-winning Vanity Fair debut to the Duchess of Cambridge‘s Vogue centenary issue, look no further for a definitive guide to the most talked-about celebrity magazine covers of all time.
Britney Spears is officially making a fashion comeback as the face of Kenzo's latest launch, and its denim-centric collection is leaving fans supernostalgic.
You’ve most likely heard the news that reality star turned businesswoman Kim Kardashian has released three new fragrances. The floral scents managed to sell out within a week, netting the reality star and business mogul a cool £10.5 million. (Don’t worry, she’s restocking them soon.)Kim may just be the face needed to reinvigorate the celebrity perfume market. Figures by National Purchase Diary revealed that sales of celebrity fragrances had dropped by 22% in 2016, losing £12 million in the UK.The celebrity scent trend started with Sophia Loren who is named as the first famous face to have her own perfume: 1981’s Sophia by Coty.Elizabeth Taylor was next, creating a billion dollar empire from just a few fragrances with Jennifer Lopez kickstarting a real trend in 2004 with the launch of her first scent, Glow. Britney Spears, too, managed to create an empire that earns her £37.5 million a year to this very day.Now, plenty of celebs have their own fragrance from teen heartthrob Justin Bieber to pop sensation Rihanna and even actor Antonio Banderas.Here are some of the most successful celebrity fragrances in history.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:What KKW fragrances really smell likeFragrance gifts: Perfumes and colognes for Christmas 2017The game-changing fragrances set to shake up your signature scent
Ah, the matching tracksuit. We all couldn’t get enough of the trend back when Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and J Lo made it an iconic style item of the 90s. However, since it died a definite death in 2007 the thought of one just makes us cringe.You may have noticed that the beloved 90s trend has been trying to slide it’s way back onto the scene for years now, having been featured on catwalks including Vetements and Chanel.Well, 2017 just made sure we’re all going to be donning trackies, saying “That’s Hot” and digging out our reliable Nokia 3310’s as Juicy Couture tracksuits are now stocked on ASOS and Topshop.In case you had forgotten all the iconic moment, here’s a recap of the tracksuit trend…Here’s what celebrities wore to the Golden Globes in 1997Up your trainer game with 2017’s top kicks
Britney Spears is back and better than ever. The “Baby One More Time” pop princess has just released her much awaited new album, titled ‘Glory’, and our 14-year-old selves are just TOO excited. So to celebrate, we thought we would take a look back at all of Brit’s best looks to date.Let’s just forget about those double denim and velour tracksuit moments, shall we?
The 2016 Billboard Music Awards aired live tonight from Las Vegas’s T-Mobile Arena with Ludacris co-hosting for the third consecutive year, alongside first-time co-host Ciara.Performers included Britney Spears, Fifth Harmony, Kesha, Gwen Stefani, and Madonna, with a tribute to Prince.Don’t miss the amazing red carpet looks above.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
From Kim Kardashian to Taylor Swift, anyone who’s anyone was out in their glad rags for last night’s MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) in LA last night. And all those who attended had a lot of fun with their outfits as the red carpet was full of fashion risks – some which paid off and some that didn’t. Check out the most memorable looks and let us know your favourites by tweeting @YahooStyleUK.
Forget the floor-sweeping diamond-encrusted gowns and instead feast your eyes on this wonderful array of flippy and flirty summer party dresses that graced the blue carpet… ‘Glee’ star Lea Michele posed up a storm on the, er, blue carpet in a strapless white number adorned with red and blue floral prints. The strawberry blonde actress kept her long locks loose and looked years older than her mere 17 years.