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Kendra Wilkinson Is Very Pregnant And In A Bikini

Pregnancy has got nothing on Kendra Wilkinson.

The former Playboy bunny and reality TV star stripped down to a teeny yellow bikini for a mini photoshoot by the pool at the Bacara resort in Santa Barbara, Calif., on April 15. The 28-year-old was glowing as she went makeup-free and proudly displayed her pregnant belly.

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Wilkinson and her husband Hank Baskett are enjoying a short family break with their son Hank Jr. before the arrival of their second child, a baby girl, in the coming weeks. The Basketts have been enjoying their vacation, relaxing by the pool and at the beach.

In an interview with HuffPost Live in September 2013, Wilkinson said that she would absolutely let her future daughter follow in her Playboy footsteps.

"If she was the person that I was doing Playboy, I would 100 percent say OK. If she is in a bad mental place [and has] a bad head on her shoulders and [was] doing it under bad conditions, that's different," she explained. "I was very mentally there, I knew what I was doing, even though I had a little bit of fun, that was a choice that I made and I owned it. And I did nothing wrong ... and it led me to my life today. Everybody has to go through little 'finding out who they are' stages."

‘Scandal’ Makes History With Its Most-Watched Season Finale Ever

Thursday's season finale of "Scandal"went out with a bang. Literally.

Bombs exploding, Papa Pope proving he really is the most immoral human being on the planet, and Olivia and Jake flying off into the sun(set) left fans in a state of shock. And that's a lot of fans, too. "Scandal" scored its highest ratings for a season finale last night with 10.5 million viewers watching the drama unfold for Olivia Pope and co. (It's safe to assume the consumption of red wine also peaked during that hour block.)

The final episode of Season 3 attracted more viewers than the finales "Community", "Parenthood" and "Parks and Recreation" combined. Overall, ABC says viewership for Season 3 of "Scandal" surged about 40 percent in the coveted adult 18-49 demo as compared to Season 2, easily making it network TV’s fastest-growing returning show.

Way to go gladiators!

‘Fed Up’ Distributor Explains Battle With MPAA Over Poster

Late Wednesday, the Motion Picture Association of America reversed its ban on the poster for "Fed Up," a new documentary about the food industry and its impact on the health of Americans. The now-controversial one-sheet featured two M&Ms emblazoned with the letters "F" and "U," a representation of the movie's title and also a popular swear. On Friday, HuffPost Entertainment spoke with Tom Quinn, co-president of Radius-TWC, the company that will release "Fed Up" on May 9, about the MPAA "reconsideration" on the poster.

Were you surprised the MPAA rejected the poster?
I'm not surprised they rejected it. We expected it. But, by the same token, these are the initials of our film. Could I very easily spell out the title of the film? It's the psychology of limitations: the more restrictions they will apply, the more creative we will be. We immediately appealed. I wanted to get the poster out there into the world. We had launched it online, but by making the appeals process public, I'm happy to notify the world what's happening. I have to admit that later on, the MPAA coming back and having reconsidered -- and having done it so quickly -- I have to say that I'm very impressed. I can't say that I've ever been victorious. I've worked on more than 200 movies, so I'm floored. I'm happy. I'm excited.

You did launch the poster online with us here at The Huffington Post. Does the actual one-sheet that's in theaters really matter at this point if everyone has already seen it on the Internet?
I think it is important. There is sort of the 360-degree approach to how people become aware of your movies, and it's more online than ever. The flip side of that is this: 90 percent of the people coming to your movie are at the theater at some point in the eight weeks prior to release. They are seeing your trailer and your poster. In the event that I cannot get my poster passed, then I'm not showcased in my place of business. It's a problem.

For me, the campaign has to speak to what the film speaks to: the outrage that I felt watching it and what I learned from it. For our marketing to do that is essential. Guess what? This is a documentary. It's difficult to get the kind of attention needed to get someone out of their house to come see your film on Saturday night. So, if we've got the best possible idea to get this movie in front of people, you hate it when people stand in your way. I feel this poster speaks to the film.

Did the MPAA explain why they decided to reconsider?
I feel like this movie is a middle-of-the-country movie. I think it's a big documentary on scale with "The Inconvenient Truth," which also has the same producer, Laurie David. Maybe in their assessment of this film, because this was a documentary, there was a larger grey area for how it was considered and where it would be shown. If "Fed Up" was the fifth installment of "The Avengers," I wonder if we would have arrived at the same result. I don't know, and I can't speak to it, but I'm just thinking out loud.

Regardless, you must be very happy with the result.
I wish I could send them flowers. I don't know who to send it to, but I appreciate them working with us. I hope they're as efficient and understanding the next time we find ourselves in a situation.

This interview has been edited and condensed.

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Miley Cyrus Cancels More Bangerz Tour Concerts After "Extreme Allergic Reaction"

Miley Cyrus canceled even more Bangerz Tour shows scheduled for this weekend after suffering from an "extreme allergic reaction."

Alicia Silverstone Shares Controversial Parenting Views In Her New Book ‘Kind Mama’

NEW YORK (AP) — She's famous as an actress for "Clueless." But Alicia Silverstone is also famous for her sometimes controversial ideas about mothering, and now she's put those philosophies down in writing in a just-published book, "The Kind Mama" (Rodale).

Silverstone, 37, whose son Bear Blu is almost 3, says she had a wonderful pregnancy and wants other women to feel as good as she did. "I knew there was another way and it would be a more enjoyable, lovely way," said Silverstone in a recent interview. "So I started talking to doctors and medical experts, doing tons of research and found that there was so much support for this way. I wanted to make a guide for women so they could have that experience that they deserved to have."

As a vegan, Silverstone advocates a plant-based diet over meat and dairy. "When you take plants as your medicine and you use these nourishing miracles to truly get well, everything's easier," she said, adding, "You get to have happy, healthy mommas and babies and when mommy feels good, everybody feels good. And when babies feel good they act really well. They're not uncomfortable and just struggling to process everything that's being done to them. They feel amazing and they thrive."

She also recommends a lying-in period after birth, where a mother can bond with her baby. Silverstone says she took 10 days after birth to stay in bed with her son.

Silverstone has made a few headlines in the past for advocating practices that are out of the mainstream: After giving birth, she ate pills made from the placenta, and in 2012, she aired a video of herself practicing pre-mastication — pre-chewing food for her baby and spitting it in his mouth.

"This is very naive," she said, laughing over the video's hoopla, "but I was surprised that anybody paid attention. I posted it online in my little community and in my mind, in my little community, we're all minding our own business. ... I'm glad to hear that people really want to know what's going on at The Kind Life," which is the name of her website.

One chapter of her book is devoted to "The Family Bed," having babies sleep in the same bed with parents, which Silverstone says offers "many benefits."

The American Academy of Pediatrics, however, advises against co-sleeping because of the risk of babies accidentally being suffocated by a sleeping adult. Milwaukee recently launched a public education campaign against the practice after 12 babies died in what officials deemed "unsafe sleeping conditions."

Silverstone is aware of her critics on various issues, and addresses them throughout the book in an "it's cool if others disagree" kind of way.

"Everything that's in the book is there to show you why you might want to consider it but never to say you have to choose it, always just to give you information and show you that if you don't choose that, that's totally fine," she said.

Silverstone also says that what women eat in pregnancy "sets up the taste buds for your children's lives ... Not that those things can't be broken or changed, but you're certainly setting a great foundation for them when you're eating healing, natural foods."

She added, "Once they're old enough and they start seeing these other things, you've built the foundation."

Bear Blu, she says, "loves tofu, beans and green vegetables," and when he's tempted by what she considers to be unhealthy food, she has a secret weapon.

"Blueberries are a miracle," she laughed, adding, "It's the easiest thing to distract them from anything. It's candy. So if they never know candy and they only know blueberries, isn't that a great thing?"

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Miley Cyrus Remains Hospitalized, Tweets She Is "Sick of Waking Up to Needles"

Miley Cyrus is unfortunately staying put in the hospital. The 21-year-old pop star, who suffered an "absolutely horrible reaction" to medication earlier this week, gave her...

This ‘Game Of Thrones’/'Frozen’ Parody Is Disturbingly Good

It finally happened.

After plenty of "Game of Thrones" mashups and "Frozen" parodies, the Internet fulfilled our greatest desire, uniting the violent, sex-heavy HBO show with the wholesome Disney musical.

The good people at Loot Crate rewrote "Let It Go" using some key themes from the Fire and Ice series and the results are magical. It's a wonder it wasn't done sooner. Elsa is obviously modeled after Daenerys Stormborn (you think we wouldn't notice the silver hair and forced exile?) and the ballad's chorus describes a land suspiciously similar to Westeros.

In this reimagined version, Khaleesi, Jon Snow and King Joffrey belt out their intentions to reclaim the throne, defend the wall and, of course, kill everyone.

Susan Lucci Swears By Hot Water And Lemon To Maintain Her Ageless Beauty

Sixty-seven doesn't look much better than it does on Susan Lucci.

During a conversation with HuffPost Live's Ricky Camilleri about the second season of "Devious Maids," Lucci revealed her tips for staying slim, happy and healthy. Her biggest secret? Hot water and lemon.

"I drink two cups of coffee in the morning, and then it's hot water and lemon for the rest of the day. It hydrates, it's comforting ... and it keeps me away from too much caffeine," Lucci said. "Also, I have read recently in a number of different places that hot water and lemon balances your pH, so it helps you maintain a healthy immune system, and it boosts metabolism."

On top of her daily lemon slices, Lucci is also meticulous about her skin care and swears by Plates.

"Everything I do is Pilates-based, which is dancer strength training. I didn't want to bulk up. I'm very petite, so Pilates is what dancers use and that was good for me," Lucci said. "I try to combine some cardio, too, and whatever I'm doing, it's all about the core and flexibility and balance."

Click here to check out the full HuffPost Live interview with Susan Lucci.

Greta Gerwig And Danielle Brooks On What Still Needs To Change For Women In Entertainment — And Beyond

NEW YORK, NY -- "Do what you love and success will come," remarked Glamour Vice President and publisher Connie Anne Phillips during Glamour's Top Ten College Women event at Lincoln Center's Merkin Concert Hall on April 17.

The event honored the achievements of 10 extraordinary young people -- like $20,000 grand prize winner Kendall Ciesemier who founded charity Kids Caring 4 Kids to raise money for schools, clinics, and housing in sub-Saharan Africa -- and included a panel of inspiring women who have already "made it." The panel, moderated by Glamour editor-in-chief Cindi Leive, featured actresses Greta Gerwig and Danielle Brooks, certified dietitian-nutritionist and media personality Gina Keatley, founder and executive producer of MAKERS Dyllan McGee, and TV screenwriter and producer Colleen McGuinness (who counts Tina Fey as a mentor). The panelists shared their own stories of failure and success with an audience of female college students.

Those watching learned that Gerwig had a flip phone until a month ago, that the cast of "Orange Is The New Black" is like a giant, supportive "sisterhood," and that Tina Fey's greatest career lesson to McGuinness was to "be appropriate and be professional." "You can't dig up any dirt on Tina because she doesn't make any," McGuinness said. "She's also a great listener. She's very present."

All of the women cautioned against setting arbitrary deadlines or viewing success in too narrow a scope. "Someone's always making more money or doing better," Gerwig commented. "If you keep on chasing the carrot, you'll never feel successful. Push forward, but don't lose where you are."

greta gerwigFrom L-R: Cindi Leive, Danielle Brooks, Greta Gerwig, Gina Keatley, Dyllan McGee and Colleen McGuinness.

During an intimate dinner with the winners and panelists at Lincoln Restaurant, HuffPost Women caught up with Danielle Brooks and Greta Gerwig, and spoke to them about what they love about being female -- and what still needs to change for American women.

What is one issue you think that women should be focusing on more in 2014?

Greta Gerwig: I think women -- and not just in 2014, but going into the future -- should really focus on health care. It’s really important. That’s the thing I think most about, because that’s the thing that I had the least access to when I was young and in New York, and didn’t have any money. Being able to have good gynecological care for women that’s affordable and affordable birth control, all of that is really important and should be provided in a way that’s easy in every state.

Danielle Brooks: Beauty is something we need to focus on -- our definition of beauty. I think that one of the beautiful [laughs] things about being on “Orange Is The New Black” is redefining beauty. None of us have makeup on. Our hair is in its natural state. We have the ugliest outfit in the world on -- which some of us try to make cute -- but you really have to look at the person and who they are and define their beauty. And people have fallen in love with every one of the characters, from transgender woman [Sophia Burset] to Big Boo to Taystee. We’re all so different and people are really finding the beauty within that person. We need to change how Hollywood and America define beauty.

What is one thing you wish would shift for women in the entertainment industry -- or something that you’ve already seen start to shift?

GG: I’m very blessed to be living through an incredible upswing of women who are in front of the camera and behind the camera telling their stories, writing, producing, directing and I just want more of it. I think there’s so much room for improvement -- obviously there’s people who are making huge strides, but at Cannes this year, only two women were in competition and that’s just not good enough.

DB: I think everyone being represented. We’re still not there, and it’s annoying to still be like “I’m the first black girl on a show,” like, why am I having to do that? And for other people too, not just African-Americans, but for other shapes and sizes, feeling that way. When you look out into the world, we all look different. So why are we constantly only seeing blondes as leads? I don’t get that. I think it’s kind of sad that we’re saying Kerry Washington is the first black, female lead [on TV] in I don’t know how many years.

To get to see women that look like myself on-screen, like Countess Vaughn or Regina King or Whoopi, who’s older than myself but had a similar skin complexion and was just bringin’ it in “The Color Purple” and “Ghost,” was very inspiring to my career. So I’m hoping that when people look at me, they are inspired to be like: “I can do this!” And even if they don’t look like me -- we all inspire each other.

I feel proud to be a woman because ______________.

GG: That’s hard. I feel proud to be a woman because it’s never been a better time to be a woman than right now. We’re in the middle of writing our collective history and that’s pretty awesome to be a part of.

DB: [laughs] I’m silly. I always say something ridiculous. I’m proud to be a woman because we can reproduce -- we can make babies. Come on! Men can’t do that!

What is the best piece of advice that you’ve received recently (or ever)?

GG: Always carry flats in your purse. And just because it’s free, you don’t have to drink it or eat it.

DB: Well, I was just talking to Susan Goodall, [Glamour’s Editorial Development Director], and she reminded me that at Juilliard [where I went to college]: “You are enough.” And that’s easier heard than done, but really understanding that you are enough in whatever you do, so that you’re not getting caught up trying to be someone that you’re not -- that would be my biggest lesson.

Lady Gaga Gets Wisdom Teeth Removed, Dubs Herself ‘Chipmunk Cheeks’

Celebrities really are just like us. Their wisdom teeth crowd their mouths, and their cheeks swell post-surgery.

If you want proof, look no further than the photo Lady Gaga shared of her swollen face, dubbing herself "Chipmunk Cheeks." Don't feel too bad for the 28-year-old, who knows there's a silver lining to undergoing such surgeries. "Wisdom teeth out. P-p-Percocet p-p-Percocet," she tweeted on April 17.

Chipmunk Cheeks Wisdom Teeth out before tour. I can't eat. I'm gonna put some meatballs in a blender. pic.twitter.com/fbEEJ63ZRe

— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) April 18, 2014

35 Reasons We’re Trying To Keep Up With Kourtney Kardashian

The Kardashian clan's time in the spotlight has fizzled out. (This writer can't recall the last episode she watched of their reality TV show.) But if there's one thing we're still tuned in to -- besides all things Kimye -- it's Kourtney Kardashian's hair and makeup.

The mother of two is a beauty risk taker, and we're constantly looking to Kourtney for inspiration on how to style our strands while wearing a big, floppy hat or which lipstick shades to pick up at the makeup counter.

So in celebration of Kourtney's 35th birthday today, we've rounded up 35 of her best beauty looks so far. And if you're reading this Kourtney, keep doing you!

Andrew Garfield Talks Justin Bieber And Fame At Young Age

Andrew Garfield is perfectly happy that enormous fame didn’t happen too early in his life.

Kirsten Dunst Thinks Casting Couch Victims ‘Court That Stuff’

On the heels of a civil lawsuit alleging that director Bryan Singer sexually abused a 17-year-old boy, and attempted to appease him with the promise of acting roles in his films that never materialized, Kirsten Dunst had some timely thoughts on the casting couch.

In an interview with W Magazine guest editor Sofia Coppola, Dunst said she doesn't have much sympathy for actors who find themselves the victims of lecherous bigwigs looking to trade sex for roles.

When Coppola asked the 31-year-old actress if a director had ever "pounced" on her while working together, she laughed off the idea. "I don't give off that vibe," she said. “I think that you court that stuff, and to me it’s crossing a boundary that would hinder the trust in your working relationship."

Perhaps Dunst should tell that to Susan Sarandon, Gwyneth Paltrow and Charlize Theron -- all of whom have gone on record with unfortunate stories of being pressured to have sex in order to advance their careers.

Dunst is on a roll lately, having made controversial statements earlier this month about gender norms.

"I feel like the feminine has been a little undervalued. We all have to get our own jobs and make our own money, but staying at home, nurturing, being the mother, cooking -- it’s a valuable thing my mom created," Dunst told Harper's Bazaar U.K. "And sometimes, you need your knight in shining armor. I’m sorry. You need a man to be a man and a woman to be a woman. That’s why relationships work."

One Direction Meld Together Into One Walking, Singing Dude In ‘You & I’ Video

Though it seems like people say this about every new One Direction video, this time, it feels particularly true: In "You & I," the boys look like grown-ups. Niall's got a brave new hair style, and even squeaky-clean Liam has a full beard.

Hair aside, the slow-moving video feels like a Very Serious follow-up to "Midnight Memories" for them, and this is despite its vaguely hilarious premise: A solemn-faced Louis, Liam, Harry, Zayn and Niall morph into each other while strolling down a boardwalk.

For all its washed-out body-morphing weirdness, the vid is definitely interesting, and there is a tiny bit of color at the end in the form of a bright purple ball. (We'll let you guys deconstruct the meaning of that one for us.)

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Joey Fatone Says There ‘Absolutely’ Won’t Be Another *NSYNC Reunion

*NSYNC had a quick reunion at last year's Grammy Awards that had everyone raving, but Joey Fatone says it will never happen again.

During a conversation with HuffPost Live's Caitlyn Becker about his cooking show "My Family Recipe Rocks," Fatone left the door slightly open for unforeseen possibilities but was definitive that there are no plans whatsoever for another *NSYNC project.

"You always say 'never say never' because that [Grammy performance] happened. That was never going to happen, and all of a sudden it did happen. So, at this moment in time, is anything going to happen? Absolutely, 100 percent no," he said.

Watch the full HuffPost live interview with Joey Fatone below:

The Name’s Mamet, Clara Mamet

Clara Mamet has an old soul. Something about her reminds me of Mel Brooks and Myron Cohen, except Mamet is 19-years-old and has probably never heard of the Ed Sullivan Show, where I was first introduced to their styles of humor. Nonetheless, Mamet's the creative force (writer, director and star) behind Two Bit Waltz, a feature film that launched at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 17th 2014.

Mamet utilizes both sight gags and cerebral humor like a seasoned sketch comedy writer, employing clever set pieces to cover subjects like death, money and chain smoking. Throughout the film, Mamet uses toast to exploit a running gag, her wry sense of humor and the deadpan delivery of her actors play the material deftly enough to sustain the joke. She also has a gag in her psychiatrist's office that's really hilarious, and when I asked her about it she said, "What do you want to do when you're at a shrink's office? A lot of people don't want to be there, so I figured, why not just move the furniture around. It's much funnier than cutting back and forth from the patient to the shrink."

I mentioned a Mel Brooks influence to Mamet, who responded that "Preston Sturges is one of my favorites. I learned about dialogue and timing from him -- louder faster funnier. But I do love Mel Brooks," she added.

Sidney Lumet is another influence, having taught Mamet: "The importance of less is more" and she considers him her favorite film maker. Mamet wants to keep making movies and she has five scripts in the pipeline although "all of them are half finished, hopefully one will pop up."

Mamet's background may be considered privileged -- her parents are David Mamet and Rebecca Pidgeon -- but I found her to be a shy and respectful, yet driven young woman, which is a rarity in her age group, which seems to be populated primarily by insouciant hipsters.

Mamet's certainly ambitious and hardworking, and when I asked her for a dream project, she mentioned a Bond film without missing a beat. Clara Mamet has a true gift for humor, and I hope she considers an off-beat comedy show before turning 21.

Rita Ora’s Makeup Haul Is Like Nothing You’ve Ever Seen Before

Rita Ora's red carpet makeup is always so damn perfect. Between her exceptional winged-out liner and immaculate red lipstick, the British babe is flawless.

But we all know it takes a lot of time and products to "#fixthismug," as Ora revealed in a recent Instagram of her massive makeup haul.

The 23-year-old Roc Nation singer managed to squeeze tons of foundations, bronzers, eyeliners, blushes and lipsticks into eight black makeup cases. After zooming in to the Instagram photo and squinting for about five minutes, we were able to spy luxury beauty brands like Chanel, Armani and Dior. But we're pretty sure the Rimmel London ambassador had a few of their best products within her collection.

We don't need a calculator to determine that Ora's makeup haul supersedes the amount of products that the average American woman's makeup bag holds, but we gotta give it up to our girl (or her makeup artist) for keeping things so nice and neat.

Lindsay Lohan Says Famous List of ‘A-List Lovers’ Was Part of AA Recovery (Video)

Lindsay Lohan says the list that a magazine said contained a list of her sex partners was something she wrote as part of the Alcoholics Anonymous 12 steps. Asked about the list on “Watch What Happens Live,” Lohan said she could not “confirm or deny” the claim. “That was actually my fifth step in AA at Betty Ford [Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Center]. The list was first published by the most ...

Lindsay Lohan's Sex List Confession

Actress Lindsay Lohan is finally telling the truth about that supposed list of her A-list lovers.

Lindsay Lohan Defends Her Mom Dina, Explains Coachella Partying and More on Watch What Happens Live—Watch Now!

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Lindsay Lohan says sex list was for AA

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Lindsay Lohan opens up about alleged sex list

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WATCH: Lindsay Lohan Confirms Her ‘Sex List’ Is Real

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Lindsay Lohan says 'conquest' list was part of AA 12-step program

Lindsay Lohan didn't deny penning a list of alleged lovers that made headlines in recent weeks when she stopped by Andy Cohen's "Watch What Happens Live" Thursday night. In fact, she said the list was part of her rehab recovery program.

Lindsay Lohan talks alleged lovers list: It was ‘a really personal thing’

Though LiLo wouldn’t confirm or deny the accuracy of the list, she sure made it seem like the list was legitimate.

Lindsay Lohan Says Her Sex List Was One of Her AA Steps on Watch What Happens Live

Lindsay Lohan stopped by Bravo's Watch What Happens Live on Thursday, April 18, to chat with Andy Cohen , and it was definitely worth watching. The actress, who currently appears in the docu-series Lindsay on the Oprah Winfrey Network, shot down rumors that she relapsed at Coachella, discussed her representation on the show, and commented on her reputation in the entertainment industry.

Lindsay Lohan Admits She DID Write THAT List of Conquests

The actress says it does belong to her but that it is 'f*cked up' it got leaked

Nobel winner Garcia Marquez, master of magical realism, dies at 87

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Gabriel Garcia Marquez, the Colombian author whose beguiling stories of love and longing brought Latin America to life for millions of readers and put magical realism on the literary map, died on Thursday. He was 87.

Lindsay Lohan: I felt humiliated by sex list

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Lindsay Lohan Confirms Sex List Is Real, Says She Wrote It While in Rehab

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