Turns out the exercise bug could be catching. A new study has revealed that exercise could actually be contagious, particularly among women.
The Bambi pose has taken over social media. Now, just in time for spring, we have the “Bambi pose,” a new selfie trend that’s gone viral on social media. Women all over Instagram, including celebs such as Bella Hadid and Jordyn Woods, are contorting their bodies into coquettish, childlike poses with splayed legs and lifeless facial expressions.
For Instagram-famous models, one of the hazards of the job is dealing with social media haters. Model Tillie Medland is fighting off the trolls after she shared a video of her 2-year-old nephew putting his hand down her shirt.
Amy Schumer isn’t going to let one swimwear designer get her down. After Dana Duggan, owner and designer of South Shore Swimwear, attacked the comedian on social media for appearing on the cover of InStyle in a bathing suit last week, Schumer responded indirectly. The outspoken and unabashed performer posted a slew of pics on Instagram Stories Saturday, each one featuring her in a different swimsuit.
A grandmother from Taiwan has gone viral after accidentally using her £900 Louis Vuitton bag to carry groceries. On a Chinese social media network, one user revealed how he had bought his grandmother an expensive new bag. The next time he saw her, he was “speechless” to see she was using the designer item to carry fresh fish.
Beyonce released new photos of herself and family on Instagram, further documenting her baby bump for frenzied followers. If there’s anything we have learned over the last few years about Beyonce, it’s her intermittent ownership of the Internet seems unstoppable. After posting a few new updates in her current pregnancy, the Likes, Shares, and comments show no sign of ceasing.
One woman who had exactly that last month is turning to the Internet to help track down the ‘tall, dark, handsome stranger’ who she had a moment with on a late-night train journey. As reported by the Daily Mail, Michelle Winter, 27 from Sunderland was boarding a train when she bumped into a man in a pink shirt and now she’s hoping social media might help reunite the pair. Now, she’s hoping a series of flyers at St Pancras station in London, where they both boarded the train, and a specially created Facebook page might help locate him and send her plea viral.
Did you know that a selfie containing zero nudity can be removed by Instagram? Muslim woman Miski Muse found out the hard way when a mirror selfie of her fully clothed was taken down by the photo-sharing platform. Instagram agreed with the “inappropriate” tag and subsequently removed the photo.
There’s no way that Mary Berry could ever create a sub-par red velvet or lemon drizzle cake. Viewers accused her of “breaking every Italian kitchen rule” and said they were “shocked and appalled” by the ingredients in her dish – namely wine wine and double cream.
Last week, a mom from Louisville, Ky. went viral after she posted a sweet exchange with her 5-year-old son on Facebook. In it, she shared how her son Jax wanted to shave his head so he could look just like his best friend Reddy. “He said he couldn’t wait to go to school on Monday with his hair like Reddy’s so that his teacher wouldn’t be able to tell them apart.
Mary Berry is a face you can trust. It was all going well until Mary decided to add wine (white if you’re wondering) and cream, saying: “My secret is to make it even richer by adding double cream. Shocked and appalled about Mary Berry adding double cream to her bolognese.
Jourdan Dunn has earned a lot of firsts. In 2008, she became the first black model to walk for Prada in over a decade. She was also the first solo black face to land the cover of British Vogue in 12 years. And if that wasn’t enough, the modern day supermodel was the first black British name to make Forbes’ highest earning models list.
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Doing it for the ’gram was just taken a step — or maybe an arm, in this case — too far. A video of Viktoria Odintcova dangling off the ledge of a 73-story building in the United Arab Emirates recently went viral. Why did she do it? For a good photo (and attention, of course).
As any new mum will testify, one of the toughest parts of motherhood is trying to figure things out under the constant watchful gaze of other judgy judgy parents. Since welcoming baby Luna with her husband John Legend last April, the 31-year-old model has had to deal with being mum-shamed for literally every parenting decision she makes. Thankfully, Chrissy doesn’t let the trolling get her down and we’ve come to love her witty retorts putting the keyboard warriors well and truly back in their boxes.
(All images courtesy of Laura Gammel) Celebrity hairstylish Matt Fugate has quite the busy schedule. He’s busy glamming up the runways of New York Fashion Week and working with supermodels like Karlie Kloss. But Matt always finds time in the morning to style his wife Laura’s hair. And if that doesn’t have you squealing #relationship goals, their reason is even sweeter.
One social media account called Boyfriends of Instagram pays homage to all men who’ve desperately tried to take a perfect shot for their girlfriend as she tries to strike the perfect pose. From lone shots on the beach to oh-so-casual photos of them and friends in the city, the Facebook page gives credit to the man that’s often behind the lens snapping the photo. The men on the page go to drastic lengths to get the perfect shot, from a variety of squatting positions to lying right in the dirt.
Despite the wider acceptance of all types of bodies becoming more prevalent in mainstream media, anxiety levels about our image are higher than ever. Instagram alone allows us to silently compare, rank and obsess over people we have never met. A recent survey by Make Your Switch found that 44% of the women questioned were more concerned with their weight and body image than they were with their health.