Selena Gomez has been very busy!
When shes not been filming for her new film Feed The Dog, shes been staring in promo for Spring Breakers, she just so busy!
Gomez was spotted in Paris on Monday as she meet fans outside of the Renaissance hotel.
Today she touched down in Venice for the premiere ofSpring Breakers at the Venice Film Festival tomorrow!
She been hiding since it all came out about her cheating on Robert Pattinson!
We have not seen Kristen Stewart for what it feels like ages as shes been hiding away with her cheating little hands but yesterday she braved the paps to go to the gym.
A source from the Venice gym says she comes in “here and there” while a male trainer gets her fit and ready (presumably for her new role in Cali).
“I’m Back In My Comfort Zone And I’m Not Going Anywhere” Kourtney Kardashians Says Shes Not Going Anywhere Untill Her Baby Is Born!
Kourtney Kardashian has said that she not going anywhere untill her new baby is born!
She expressed her feeling on Facebook saying :
This was the last flight of my pregnancy! I’m back in my comfort zone and I’m not going anywhere
She also posted alot of photo of her and her son Mason walking thought the airport.
She should be havin ghte baby real soon.
She was wearing a Pencey blazer, 291 from Venice, Ca t-shirt, Donna Karan leggings, Chinese Laundry boots, Benjamin sunglasses, Celine bag.
And her little man Mason was wearing a Tom & Drew knit sweatsuit, Freshly Picked moccasins.
Aww little mason is such a little sweety!!
Alan Titchmarsh has done an interview with the Telegraph talking about going on holiday.
Below is a copy of the interview from:http://www.telegraph.co.uk
Which was your best holiday?
I prefer going on holiday in England than going abroad, especially when the weather is good. We had a fabulous family holiday in Penwith, Cornwall, earlier this year and it’s one of our favourite places. We usually rent a house there and like to potter around, visit pubs and restaurants in the area and go to the cliff-top theatre at Minack. When it comes to overseas, my favourite place is Venice. I’m an incurable romantic and love the grandeur and ambience of the place. There’s nothing better than sitting in a small restaurant by a canal, enjoying delicious pasta and some local Italian wine. It’s my idea of heaven.
And the best hotel you’ve stayed in?
In Britain it has to be Combe House Hotel at Gittisham in Devon – it’s in a beautiful location and sheltered by rolling hills. The food is delicious and the staff are just perfect – friendly and attentive without being over the top. It feels like a second home to us.
The Hotel Danieli in Venice is my other favourite hotel. It’s close to St Mark’s Square and the views from the Restaurant Terrazza Danieli on the top floor are stunning. The hotel has many grand features – Murano glass chandeliers, expensive rugs and hand-carved marble columns – but it’s not too intimidating. The service is superb and the rooms are beautifully furnished with comfortable beds. I think beds should be rated the same way as hotels are, as I like to sleep well on holiday.
What do you need for a perfect holiday?
My family. We also like the company of a handful of close friends and have been going on holiday with them for a number of years. I like places where we can go out to eat and ask for a table of 16 without fazing the restaurant staff. Italian restaurants are especially accommodating.
What do you always take with you?
I take my iPad on holiday as I like to play Scrabble or Solitaire, and I download at least four books. Checking emails is absolutely out.
What’s your best piece of travel advice?
I never used to take a camera, preferring to see the views through my eyes rather than a viewfinder, but I now find I use my iPhone to take snaps, which I gaze at wistfully when I get back.
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