The Social Climber: Heidi Klum Pops Bubbly on the Beach
June 3, 2014
By ABC News
Brie Larsen and Shailene Woodley Are on a Mission
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Look out Hollywood, Brie Larsen and Shailene Woodley are coming for you.
The actresses said in an interview with New York magazine that they formed a fast friendship around a shared view of Hollywood:
"In the past, we would talk about how people told us that if we wanted 'success,' we'd have to dress a certain way, act a certain way," Woodley told the magazine. "Brie and I always felt different, and, suddenly, when we met, that was OK. In fact, it was great."
Heidi Klum Pops Bubbly on the Beach
Heidi Klum's poppin' bottles.
The supermodel celebrated her 41st birthday this past weekend with "Birthday bubbly," according to her Instagram account, where she posted a picture of a bottle of champagne in the sand accompanied by two glasses.
The birthday celebration followed a big week for Klum when she was photographed taking her children to Disneyland with her ex-husband, Seal. The pair split in 2012.
Marianne Faithfull Hospitalized
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British singer Marianne Faithfull was hospitalized this week after falling and breaking her hip in Greece, according to AFP.
The former girlfriend of Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger is 67 years old. Doctors told AFP she would be in the hospital in Greece, where she was vacationing when the fall occurred, for about a week.
Kiki Bertens Loses at French Open
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The underdog put up a good fight.
Dutch tennis player Kiki Bertens battled for two-plus hours against Germany's Andrea Petkovic this week at the French Open. Bertens, who is ranked 148th in the world, won six consecutive games against ninth-ranked Petkovic before ultimately losing in a 1-6, 6-2, 7-5 match, according to Transworld USA.
Navy SEALs Need Athletes
Listen up, high school athletes.
If your choice sport is water polo, swimming, triathlons, lacrosse, boxing, rugby or wrestling, you might have a future in one of the most prestigious arms of the U.S. military: the Navy SEALs.
Scott Williams, public affairs officer for Naval Special Warfare Command, told the San Diego Union Tribune that the Navy focuses on recruiting athletes from those seven sports.
"It's a physical job," he said. "So we need guys who have a competitive spirit and are used to hard work and training."
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