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Monday, January 21, 2013

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Jenna Dewan-Tatum has got pregnancy sussed, it would seem.

It's her first time around but the American Horror Story actress — who is married to Channing Tatum — knows it's savvy to marry exercise with a healthy diet. The Step Up actress, intent to have a healthy, balanced pregnancy, headed to take a Pilates class in West Hollywood last Friday... then allowed herself to relax and head to lunch with a friend. The 32-year-old star slipped her toned figure into a busy blue, black and white maxidress that distracted from her growing bump. She completed the look with a denim jacket and wedge heels.

Jenna joked about her new fitness regime on Twitter recently, after trying a new type of yoga for the first time.

"Cameras should have been rolling as I just took my first kundalini yoga class..I had NO idea what I was doing lol," the fun-loving star wrote last Saturday.

The brunette beauty met her husband, Magic Mike actor Channing Tatum, on the set of a dance film Step Up in 2006. They married before close friends and family in an intimate ceremony in Malibu in 2009 and their relationship has gone from strength to strength. The pregnancy, which was announced in December, was reportedly not planned, but the couple are said to have been keen to start a family for some time.

— Daily Mail

Box office flop

He promised he'd be back, but apparently that assurance didn't resonate with moviegoers.

Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest movie, The Last Stand, fell flat at the box office during its opening weekend, coming in at a lowly ninth place in total grosses last Friday.

The movie stars the former California governor as a sheriff in a sleepy Arizona town in his first leading film role in nearly a decade.

The Last Stand earned a paltry $6.9 million last weekend, according to estimates by Deadline. And with an estimated budget of around $30 million, that doesn't bode well.

Studio executives no doubt expected a better box office performance from the Hollywood heavyweight, 65, who had his first leading role since 2003's Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines.

The former bodybuilder-turnedactor-turned-politician, now well into middle age, can no longer do the stunts and tricks hallmark to his role as the Terminator. Variety said that the Governator looks "at once blankly inexpressive and doggedly determined" making a "creaky but reasonably commercial comeback bid".

— Daily Mail

Eyes NOT on the ball

She made headl ines ear l ier this week when she was caught on camera apparent ly tel l ing a journal ist , who was quizzing her f iancé Shane Warne, to 'f*** of f'.

And it seems Liz Hurley's protective and loving behaviour towards her man doesn't end there. The swimwear designer was spotted caressing and kissing Shane instead of watching the tennis during the Australian Open last Saturday.

While Roger Federer beat Australian Bernard Tomic on the court Liz and Shane looked a little bored by the proceedings.

That was until Liz decided to spice things up a bit and began to stroke the blonde-haired cricketer's face. Then clearly feeling in the mood for some romance she moved in to kiss her man, completely missing what was happening on the court. Sitting right at the front Liz could be seen wearing an orange cardigan. Her hair, which fell in a centre parting, was worn loose and featured a slight wave.

Her eyes were covered by a pair of large oval sunglasses, much like Shane, who wore a pair of aviatorstyle shades.

The couple, who seemed very much in love, looked like they had put the airport incident behind them as they made the most of their romantic day out.

— Daily Mail





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