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Sunday, October 31, 2010

Alexandria Mills of the US celebrates as she crowned as the 2010 Miss World

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Alexandria Mills of the US celebrates as she crowned as the 2010 Miss World during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, ahead of Botswana's Emma Wareus and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini at the beauty pageant.




Alexandria Mills of the US cries after being crowned winner of the 2010 Miss World pageant at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.




Miss U.S.A. Alexandria Mills, front, is crowned by the 59th Miss World Kaiane Aldorino after winning the 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.



Alexandria Mills of the US (R) is congratulated by 2009 Miss World Kaiane Aldorino from Gibraltar as she is announced as the 2010 Miss World during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, ahead of Botswana's Emma Wareus and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini at the beauty pageant.



Alexandria Mills of the US, front center, reacts after being crowned as winner of the 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.




Alexandria Mills of the US, front center, reacts after being crowned as winner of the 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.



Miss Botswana Emma Wareus, right, gestures beside Alexandria Mills of U.S.A. , left, after being announced 2nd place at 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.



Miss Botswana Emma Wareus competes during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.




Miss Venezuela Adriana Vasini competes during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.




Miss Botswana Emma Wareus (R) smiles next to Miss United States as she is announced as the runner-up during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.




Alexandria Mills of U.S.A. , center, holds hands with Miss Botswana Emma Wareus, left, and Miss Venezuela Adriana Vasini, after crowned as winner of the 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.




Alexandria Mills of the US celebrates as she crowned as the 2010 Miss World during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, ahead of Botswana's Emma Wareus and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini at the beauty pageant.




Miss Botswana Emma Wareus walks to the stage center after being announced 2nd place at 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.




Alexandria Mills of the US celebrates as she crowned as the 2010 Miss World during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, ahead of Botswana's Emma Wareus and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini at the beauty pageant.




Miss Venezuela Adriana Vasini walks to the stage center after being announced 3rd place at 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.



Alexandria Mills of U.S.A. gestures after being crowned winner of the 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.




Miss Venezuela Adriana Vasini (front) smiles as she is announced the third placed winner during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.




Alexandria Mills of U.S.A. , front center, gestures after being crowned winner of the 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.




Miss USA Alexandria Mills, right, Miss Ireland Emma Waldron, center, and Miss China Tang Xiao, left, hold hands while waiting for the announcement of the winner of the 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.




Alexandria Mills of the US (C) performs with other contestants during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.




Miss Venezuela Adriana Vasini is announced as the third place during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.




Miss Norway Mariann Birkedal competes during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.




Miss Kenya Natasha Metto competes during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.



Alexandria Mills from the United States, right, Emma Wareus from Botswana, center, and Adriana Vasini from Venezuela, left, applaud as Emma Waldron from Ireland, front, walks up the stage as the top five finalists are announced during the 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010. Alexandria, a soft-spoken 18-year-old, was named the winner in Saturday night's contest in southern China.




Alexandria Mills from the United States speaks during the 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010. Alexandria, a soft-spoken 18-year-old, was named the winner in Saturday night's contest in southern China.



Contestants wait for the final announcement of the winner at 2010 Miss World beauty pageant at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010. Alexandria Mills, a soft-spoken 18-year-old, was named the winner in Saturday night's contest in southern China.




Miss France Virginie Dechenaud competes in the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.




Miss China Tang Xiao competes during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.




Contestants stand waiting for the announcement of winners at 2010 Miss World beauty pageant at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.




Alexandria Mills of U.S.A. walks on the stage during 2010 Miss World pageant final at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.




Miss Puerto Rico Yara Santiago stands on the stage during the 2010 Miss World pageant final at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.



Miss USA Alexandria Mills, right, Miss Ireland Emma Waldron, center, and Miss China Tang Xiao, left, hold hands while waiting for the announcement of the winner of the 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.




Alexandria Mills of U.S.A. touches her crown after winning the 2010 Miss World pageant at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.




Contestants take part in the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.




Miss U.S.A. Alexandria Mills, center, Miss Venezuela Adriana Vasini, left, Miss Botswana Emma Wareus, second left, Miss Ireland Emma Waldron, second right, and Miss China Tang Xiao, right, stand together as the five finalists during the 2010 Miss World pageant contest at the Beauty Crown Cultural Center in Sanya, in southern China's island province Hainan, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2010.



Alexandria Mills of the US celebrates as she crowned as the 2010 Miss World during the Miss World 2010 Beauty Pageant finals at the Beauty Crown Theatre in the southern Chinese resort town of Sanya on October 30, 2010. Miss United States, was crowned Miss World 2010, Botswana's Emma Wareus was second, and Venezuela's Adriana Vasini placed third.



















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Ex-AKB48 member, Hoshino Michiru re-debuts as soloist ‘Michiru’

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Ex-AKB48 member, Hoshino Michiru has reinvented her career as ’Michiru‘, a solo artist and songwriter.

She’s already prepared her debut song, “I ♡YOU no Gomoji“, which will start distributing via Chakuuta on November 10th. The song will be included in a wedding song compilation album, “~LOVE&PEACH~ Kekkon no Uta“, scheduled to be available for the 24th. Indeed, “I ♡YOU no Gomoji” has already been used as the image song of a wedding company since May!

Michiru joined AKB48 (Team A) in 2005 as the first generation member along with Maeda Atsuko, Takahashi Minami, and Itano Tomomi, but she expressed that she always wanted to compose songs by herself.

She created a song in 2007 while she was still with the idol group, titled “Ganbare!” (AKB48’s producer Akimoto Ysushi added the lyrics). ”Ganbare!” was later used as a BGM for the weather segment on “Super news.” Michiru graduated from AKB48 in June 2007 to pursue her solo career.

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2NE1 says “It Hurts” on Inkigayo

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After wrapping up promotions for “Can’t Nobody”, “Go Away”, and “Clap Your Hands”, 2NE1 continued where they left off with a follow-up promotion with their ballad song, “It Hurts.”

2NE1 unveiled their first follow-up stage for “It Hurts” on the October 31st episode of Inkigayo.

The song talks about a love long gone, and it was interesting to see the 2NE1 girls sing a ballad song on stage after their energetic triple song promotions earlier.

Check it out below!



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Ga-In wins Inkigayo Mutizen + other performances

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SBS Inkigayo makes another return on a Sunday afternoon, which just happens to be on Halloween, so fans can look forward to a series of top performances.

The Take 7 nominees were miss A (‘Breathe‘), 2PM (‘I’ll Be Back‘), Ga-In (‘Irreversible‘), 2NE1 (‘Go Away‘), B2ST (‘Soom‘), Supreme Team (‘Then Then Then‘), and SHINee (‘Hello‘). Due to special circumstances, Supreme Team and miss A were not able to appear on the show.

As always, there is only one trophy, and the winner of this week’s Mutizen went to Ga-In who couldn’t quite believe it as she stayed silent for a few seconds before speaking! But it was really long overdue for Ga-In who have topped various music charts in recent weeks. Congratulations!






















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Kikwang, Taemin, Chansung, Wooyoung, and Minzy give a “Thriller” Halloween performance on Inkigayo

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With October 31st being Halloween, Inkigayo marked the occasion with a special dance stage!

B2ST’s Lee Kikwang, SHINee’s Taemin, 2PM’s Wooyoung and Chansung, together with the only female representative, 2NE1’s Minzy, united for an exclusive Halloween themed dance performance to the tune of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” song. span class ="fullpost">


With all the idols listed known to be dancing gods, it certainly made for an exciting visual stage.


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Southern belle Alexandria Mills sheds tears of joy as she's crowned Miss World

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By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

Crowing glory: Miss America Alexandria Mills was named the winner of Miss World at Saturday night's contest in southern China


Alexandria Mills, a soft-spoken 18-year-old American, was named the winner of the Miss World contest tonight.

The blonde Southern belle was a relative surprise winner after speculation focused on other contestants.

Second place went to Emma Wareus of Botswana, and Adriana Vasini of Venezuela came third.


Thrilled: The 18-year-old calls Louisville, Kentucky, her hometown, and she recently graduated from high school


Tears: The blonde was overcome with emotion after the announcement


The event was held in China this year, with the host country's own contestant, Tang Xiao, among the final five.

According to a brief biography on the Miss World website, Mills calls Louisville, Kentucky, her hometown, and she recently graduated from high school. She would like to become a teacher.

'I've never met a stranger and enjoy meeting new people,' she says in the bio.
For the final, she was wearing a shimmering ivory-colored dress slit up the leg.


Runners up: Miss Botswana Emma Wareus and Miss Venezuela Adriana Vasini came second and third


Mills takes over the title from Kaiane Aldorino of Gibraltar, who was named Miss World 2009 at a ceremony in South Africa last December.

Women from more than 100 countries participated in the contest, organizers said.
This is the 60th year of the Miss World Competition, and organizers brought back contestants from past decades to give the night a retrospective theme



Frock stars: Women from more than 100 countries participated in the contest, now in its 60th year

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Eternally youthful Demi Moore, 47, glows on the red carpet in a Victoria Beckham goddess dress

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By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

Mr and Mrs Kutcher: Demi Moore looked stunning in a Victoria Beckham design as attends the PlusCity Charity in Austria with husband Ashton Kutcher


If there really is a fountain of youth, it seems Demi Moore has been drinking from it by the gallon.

The 47-year-old appeared on the red carpet last night for the PlusCity Charity Gala in Pasching, Austria with husband Ashton Kutcher.

And in a wonder that never ceases, she managed to look younger than she did when she was actually in her twenties.

She wore a floor length off the shoulder peach gown designed by none other than Victoria Beckham, who now has a host of celebrity fans including Oprah Winfrey, Nicole Scherzinger and Blake Lively.

And her 34-year-old husband had clearly made an effort too, looking handsome and clean-shaven in a dark tuxedo.

The couple could barely keep their hands off each other as they posed on the red carpet, and looked more solid and together than ever.

Despite her incredible wrinkle-free appearance, Moore has denied having any work done on her face.


Spot the difference! Demi (right) as a 23-year-old starlet in 1985's St Elmo's Fire


'I've had something done but it's not my face, she told British Elle magazine.
But she did admit she wouldn't be averse to having surgery in the future.

'You know what? Maybe one day I'll go under the knife,' she says. 'It just irritates me that people are constantly saying how much I've spent on plastic surgery.'

And the Ghost star wishes her looks weren't the subject of quite so much attention.

'I wish there was a little bit less curiosity and fascination with how I look, whether it's good or bad.


Stuck on you: The couple, whose marriage has been under scrutiny in recent months, walked the red carpet hand in hand


'I only hope it's serving some sort of purpose … It feels like schoolyard name-calling a lot of the time. It hurts.'

The brunette beauty claims that as she's grown older, she's become much more comfortable with her looks and her body.

And she's finally overcome the lack of self esteem she had when she was younger.
'I had an extreme obsession with my body,' she says. 'I made it a measure of my own value. I tried to dominate it, which I did, and I changed it multiple times over.

'Does being thin resolve anything? No. The irony is that when I abandoned that desire to dominate my body, it actually became the body that I always wanted.

'But it only happened when I stopped trying to control it. At the end of the day, this kind of obsession is pointless and meaningless.'



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Is Nadine Coyle about to reveal all about her Girls Aloud bandmates in a tell-all book?

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By KATIE NICHOLL

All smiles: Nadine was mobbed by fans as she arrived at Radio 1 today


Nadine Coyle has distanced herself from her Girls Aloud bandmates since moving to the United States – and now their relationship could become even more strained.

Nadine is preparing a tell-all book about her time with Cheryl Cole, Kimberley Walsh, Nicola Roberts and Sarah Harding.

‘Nadine has been keeping a diary for years,’ says a source. ‘She initially thought she’d write a fictional account based on her experiences.

'But the relationship between her and the others is now so frosty that she feels she might as well write her autobiography.’


Peckish? Nadine looked her usual svelte self but onlookers were left wondering who the bacon, bread and eggs were for after they were picked up by her driver


The 25-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, is using a ghostwriter to pen her memoirs. ‘She has one story about Cheryl that will rattle a few cages,’ adds the source.

Sounds as if she might need a lawyer as well as a ghost!

Their high-profile marriage ended in tears but Cheryl Cole’s relationship with her ex, Ashley, seems more cordial these days.

As part of the divorce settlement, Ashley kept their Surrey mansion. And now Cheryl is moving back into the home she first shared with the England star in 2004 – Ashley’s old bachelor flat in North London.

‘Cheryl eventually wants to buy her own place but for now she will be moving back into the home she shared with Ashley when they first got together,’ says a friend. ‘She is anticipating being in America for much of next year and wants a smaller place.

’Ashley had wanted to sell the flat when they split, but the source said ‘they have now come to an amicable agreement’.

With the country braced for widespread spending cuts, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012 will now be a more modest affair.

Buckingham Palace staff are being told to ‘scale down’ the celebrations to mark the 60th year of the Queen’s reign. Her Majesty has also scrapped two major musical events. ‘There were plans for some wonderful concerts and street parties but the Queen said no,’ says

a courtier. ‘She feels that with the current economic mood, there shouldn’t be any excessive spending at the Palace.’



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