A former advertising executive-turned-photographer, Tricia Messeroux makes a living taking pics of toddlers dressed as their favorite celebrity after a big awards show red carpet .
And since the Grammys just passed, she held a casting call and came up with these inspired looks from the night.
Toddlers took on big names like Ri-Ri, Beyonce, Adele and Taylor Swift .
The ToddleWood project began in 2008 when Messeroux decided to shoot her then-three year old daughter, Skylar. "I've been told that she looks like Diana Ross so I said, 'You know what? I guess I'm going to play along and photograph her looking like Diana Ross.' We did that and I realized I had something on my hands,"
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Oscar winning actor Matt Damon is holding out on us. Literally. The actor and activist has announced he's going on a "toilet strike:" That is, he's refraining from going to No.1 & No 2—with the aim of raising awareness of the 2.5 billion people around the world who do not have access to clean water and sanitation. Damon declared his supposed intentions at a humorous faux press conference, a three-minute video of which was released Tuesday by the nonprofit he cofounded, Water.org. Why target the toilet? "More people have cell phones than toilets." The goal of the comedic video is to help launch a viral campaign to draw attention to what is an extremely serious issue. To support Matt and his bathroom break as well as donate to the cause, visit StrikeWithMe.org
It may be common for couples to say “I love you,” but in Japan it takes a special day to get men to profess their love to their wives.
On Tuesday night, Japanese husbands gathered up the courage to declare their devotion publicly before Jan. 31, which has become “Beloved Wife” day or “Aisai,” a play on the words for 1 and 31.
In the fifth annual event, Japanese men stepped up on stage at Tokyo’s Hibiya Park, which was decorated with tulips arranged to look like a heart. Clutching their bouquets, they yelled at the top of their lungs.
“Thank you for making such delicious bentos every day. I love you,” said one suit-clad man.
“Let’s hug each other a lot tonight,” another man screamed, with his daughter in hand. “Thank you.”
The group’s motto for the day? ”Wife Conscious. Earth Conscious.”
Thanks to all the Montreal men who ...
Just when you thought you'd heard the last of 50 Shades of Grey, New York fitness expert Kristn James is using the racy novel series as inspiration behind her new "50 Shapes of Grey" aerobics classes where she'll help people act out scenes in EL James' erotic novels -- all in the name of keeping fit. The classes feature 13 "sexercises" including "bend-over-better," "sexy scissors" and "seductive squat." all of which James claims will translate to better, bolder sex. She says the workouts will make people lean and strong, and give them the self-confidence to act out their fantasies