Picture a young Candice Bergen look-alike—gorgeous and sophisticated—lounging in a dim, velvety boudoir. She lives in London, where she runs her own design studio. She has the accent of her English father, and her life is informed by the lavish trips she took as a child with her French mother to Paris, Milan and New York City.
Watching Rita Moreno on the set of an OprahMag. This time, however, the story is centered on a contemporary Cuban familyand Moreno portrays Lydia, a feisty abuelita who loves drama as much as she does rehashing tales of her beloved Cuba. And soon, the actress will experience the definition of a full-circle moment: Returning to West Side Story for an upcoming remakethis time as a new character, Valentina.
It was a nice surprise — an ego boost for sure. I was unsure of who I was and who I wanted to be. As if!
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In the old world, being sexy was about particular grooming, tight-fitting clothes and makeup. Now, we know that being sexy has more to do with a certain je ne sais quoi. Real sexiness is in the eye of the beholder.
Every item on this list is supposed to turn men on. Weirdly enough, says Jake, they may do the opposite. I once dated a woman who'd painstakingly fashioned her hair down there into a fine strip—and by "fine," I mean a line like Errol Flynn's mustache.
What jazzes one person might repulse another. So read on, and take note! Men love it when women goof off: think and act in an out-of-the-box manner.
As much as we love wholesome sitcoms and comedies, we sometimes need a little more spice in our television watching. That's where sexy TV shows come in! There is no shortage of steamy dramas on TV these days. They're packed full of blush-inducing scenes that will have you feeling hot and bothered.
The marvel of this Glasgow-set debut film from writer-director Harry Wootliff is to make these genres overlap. They are respectively Elena and Jake: she is working in arts centre administration and he is a postgrad student doing research in marine biology. Wootliff playfully creates an opening situation of almost Richard Curtis-style romcomness.