The former model and actor is 41! Need we explain? That face says it all. 21-year-old Logan Lerman's doe eyes remind us of junior high heartbreakers. This "Pretty Little Liars" star looks little to us. Lucy Hale, 24, easily rocks the high school role -- her youthful appearance can't hurt with convincing either!
Loading Slideshow Willie Nelson A new member of the octogenarian club, Willie Nelson turned 80 this past April and he's still performing constantly. Michael Caine At age 80, Michael Caine doesn't seem like he's looking to end his career any time soon. Although Caine has been acting for six decades, he still wants to keep working and will be starring in three movies next year. Christopher Plummer Here's a man who hasn't let age hold him down. Plummer is the second oldest Oscar winner after Charlie Chaplin. Debbie Reynolds At 82, Reynolds published her tell all biography Unsinkable.
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"When I was in fifth grade, my mom took pictures of me and would put them online for money for drugs," she said. She told a friend and was placed in foster care. Shes now planning to be become a therapist. "They really are such vibrant young women, taking that experience and refusing to let that be their identity," Grace said. story continues below New biography claims more books by J.D.
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Larger areas such as canteens and staff sports clubs can be charged thousands of pounds, reports The Sun. The biggest spender is the Metropolitan Police, which shells out 250,000 a year. West Midlands Police came next, spending 62,000, while Thames Valley was third on 44,000. Several forces pay 25,000 a year but many pay nothing because their leaders refuse to pay money to the Performing Rights Society, which collects royalties for composers, songwriters and publishers. The total annual 670,000 cost - revealed in Freedom of Information Act responses - comes as thousand of frontline jobs have been axed to meet budget cuts of millions of pounds. Conservative MP Kim Kardashian Priti Patel said: 'Taxpayers' money should be used to investigate crime and bring offenders to justice rather than pay for police officers to listen to pop music.
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Nothing makes our mouth water faster than seeing a juicy fast-food burger being scarfed down by a hot celebrity - especially when that fast-food burger is from a chain we hold dear to our hearts. RELATED: 10 European Fast Food Chains You'll Have to Travel to Enjoy Some celebrities have influenced food in substantial ways, by opening restaurants, having dishes and cocktails named after them, and even appearing on our beloved cooking shows. While we of course can't get enough of the sneaky paparazzi photos that catch our favorite celebs on a hot date, sometimes it is equally satisfying seeing them as average drive-thru customers. Whether it's Selena Gomez's Jack in the Box 21st birthday "taco cake," Jenny McCarthy's sensual salad sponsorship, or Jessie J's Shake Shack singing Vine, celebrities are constantly making fast food restaurants the talk of the town just by simply "checking in." So, to combine two highly popular guilty pleasures - celebrities and fast food - we gathered a list of our favorite celebrities spotted with our favorite not-so-glamorous (but oh so delicious) chain treats. Instagram/ritaoraRita Ora, McDonald's Rita Ora not only loves to wake up and munch on a McDonald's breakfast, but she also likes to play with her food. The British beauty uploaded her Mickey D's breakfast to Twitter and Instagram, which included tons of ketchup and a giant hash brown with the caption, "It's gona be a good day #LA." Her Instagram picture received 48,000 likes.
In the lawsuit, video photographer Danny Ramos alleges assault, battery, negligence and violation of civil rights. Ramos and Allred said they were speaking out because West had still not apologized for his behavior, and because other celebrities had spoken out in support of West's actions -- which would seem to encourage others to harm members of the paparazzi. Also "We are concerned that celebrity support for an attack on photographers will increase the risk of harm to them," Allred said, adding her client did no more than exercise his First Amendment rights. Allred cited statements on Twitter by Kirstie Alley, Cher and Kylie Jenner. Allred noted that singer Cher had thanked West on Twitter for "trashing those loathsome parasites who steal our http://www.savingsdaily.com/post/ray-j-to-kanye-i-hit-it-first-575 most precious gift, time and privacy." Alley tweeted that it was too bad he didn't whip the photographer's behind. Ramos told reporters Wednesday he was caught off guard by the singer. "When Kanye West attacked me I was in complete shock," he said at a news conference with Allred, known for representing high-profile clients that have included love interests of Tiger Woods as well as a former staffer of San Diego Mayor Bob Filner .
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