As part of the spotlight editorial, the 21-year-old beauty takes readers through a day in her hectic (yet rewarding) life, including her favorite NYC spots, culinary weaknesses, how she stays fit, and what it was like to work with iconic designer Tommy Hilfiger.Singer Taylor Swift has reportedly called it quits with actor Tom Hiddleston after just three months of dating.NBC has "The Voice," and now Fox has "The Choice." The network has given the go-ahead to a new celebrity dating show that sounds a touch like NBC's hit singing competition in more ways than one.
The star admitted that when she left the Bristol Old Vic theatre school, she didn't even have an agent."There were a couple of really tough years, on several fronts, when I did temping jobs and wondered when the phone call would come," she said.
On 16-5-1986 Megan Fox (nickname: Mega Fox) was born in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA.
Robert Nettles, Romeo, Warren Sapp, Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, Ndamukong Suh, Seth Wescott, Parker Young, Hope Dworaczyk, Carmen Electra, Rima Fakih, and Sophie Monk.
The Choice dating series debuts on Thursday, June 7th and, for now, is scheduled for six episodes. Here’s FOX’s press release, which includes further details about the guests: THE MOST ELIGIBLE CELEBRITIES GIVE LOVE A SPIN ON “THE CHOICE” New Celebrity Dating Show Premieres Thursday, June 7 on FOX Reality stars DJ Pauly D and Rob Kardashian, model Tyson Beckford, pro football superstars Rob Gronkowski and Ndamukong Suh, singer Joe Jonas and actors Carmen Electra and Dean Cain are among the celebrities who will vie for love on the hottest summer dating show, THE CHOICE, which debuts Thursday, June 7 (- PM ET/PT) on FOX.
The Hollywood A-listers got together shortly after the Shake It Off hitmaker ended her 15-month relationship with DJ Calvin Harris in June.
Making for quite the trifecta of hotness, Emily Ratajkowski, Joan Smalls, and Kate Upton have been unveiled as the lovely ladies gracing the trio of covers of Glamour magazine for their October 2016 issue. When one of the famous bachelors hears something he likes, he pulls his "love handle" (yes, really), which sends him spinning to face his suitor. Hosted by Cat Deeley, the show will feature four male celebrities choosing potential suitors using only the sounds of their voices as they describe their lives and passions.For starters, it's going to be a lot like "The Voice," USA Today reports.It features groups of four male celebrities in spinning chairs sizing up potential dates -- without seeing them first.The couple are said to have bonded on the set of the period drama over the past year, and are now dating.