Posts Tagged ‘Taylor Swift’


Thursday, August 24th, 2017
After two years, Taylor Swift released her first new single, “Look What You Made Me Do,” on Thursday evening.  Promoting the song on Instagram, following days of social media teasers, the singer, 27, took several thinly-veiled jabs at Kanye West (and possibly Katy Perry), deploying targeted lyrics such as “I don’t like your little games … Don’t like your tilted stage” and “The role you made me play of the fool … No, I don’t like you.”
Swift will release her next album, Reputation, on November 10th.  Partnering with Target on two exclusive covers, copies of Reputation will be accompanied by 72-page magazine bundles featuring, photos, ephemera and “personal poetry and photos, artwork by Taylor, handwritten lyrics, exclusive poster.”



Sunday, September 25th, 2016
Taylor Swift debuted a new ‘do on Saturday evening at Liberty Ross’s birthday bash.  The singer visited celebrity hair stylists Gareth Bromell and Tracey Cunningham for her new cut and color.  Beginning with a more golden, darker tone, Cunningham warmed  up Swift’s summer shade of platinum.  Then Bromell gave her a sassy, layered shape with blunt-cut bangs.
After all, when one breaks up with a beau, what is she to do?  Shake if off, of course!


Sunday, September 4th, 2016
 Body By Simone
Where are Hollywood A-Listers getting their hard bodies these days?  Celebrities such as Taylor Swift, Reese Witherspoon, Naomi Watts, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley literally dance their way into shape with the help of former Broadway dancer, Simone De La Rue.  De La Rue, 41, leads her clients through an action-packed routine which incorporates elements of dance, aerobics, yoga, and even trampoline.   “My method, which uses mostly bodyweight and a little resistance in the form of bands and small weights, worked as fantastically for my clients as it had for me. They soon developed lean, lithe bodies, and were beyond excited to reach their physique goals,” says De La Rue.
The program, called, Body By Simone, can be followed in one of De La Rue’s three studios in Los Angeles and New York.  But what if you’re not a dancer?  “The fundamental elements of the BBS exercise program are based in dance, but this does not mean you have to be a dancer to do them,” shares De La Rue. “Anyone of any age and ability can do them” … that’s if you can keep up with an irregular beat.  While most dances are based on an 8-count, Simone’s classes are not, which can be too complicated for those who are dance-challenged.  Nevertheless, one student admits that she jumps rope in place of dancing.  For those unable to reach the coasts, Simone offers pre-recorded classes on Body By Simone TV.