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Bindi Irwin On Teenage Modesty
Irwin, 15, dresses relatively modestly and believes girls her age should follow suit. Not only does she believe that teens trying to dress older actually make themselves look younger, she claims to feel badly for them.
“I’m a big advocate for young girls dressing their age,” Irwin told News Corp Australia. “I mean, for me, I look around at a lot of young girls that are my age and they’re always trying to dress older. Whether it’s wearing revealing clothes or hardly wearing any clothes at all, I feel really bad for them. It kind of has the opposite effect in some ways … it makes you look younger and like you’re trying too hard. »
Stop the flashing, young ladies! Bindi Irwin (all grown up) pleaded with girls her age in a recent interview with News Corp Australia that she would like girls her age to be more modest in their fashion choices. The daughter of late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin said that if not, they might end up regretting their early style choices. "I'm a big advocate for young girls dressing their age," Irwin, 15, said. "I mean, for me, I look around at a lot of young girls that are [...] »
Don't expect to see any wardrobe malfunctions from Bindi Irwin… In a recent interview, the 15-year-old spoke out about how young girls her age are showing way too much skin. "I'm a big advocate for young girls dressing their age," she told News Limited. "I mean, for me, I look around at a lot of young girls that are my age and they're always trying to dress older. Whether it's wearing revealing clothes or hardly wearing any clothes at all, I feel really bad for them." The daughter of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin added, "It kind of has the opposite effect in some ways…it kind of does the opposite where it makes you look younger and »
Well, we’re getting into the weird part. Considering that 2006 and 2007 were mere blinks ago, the idea of revisiting these years via VH1′s rose-colored nostalgia goggles is certainly an unsettling one.
But oh, has I Love the 2000s officially gone off the rails since its promising beginning. None of the topics discussed in Friday’s two-parter seemed even remotely worth visiting—is anybody clamoring to discuss Flavor And Rock of Love? In fact, the mere presence of “bacon” and “putting Mentos in Diet Coke” as nostalgic references should signify that they’re really digging deep here to try and »
- Marc Snetiker
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For the first of serpent expert Nigel Marven's new series, he heads to Costa Rica, which has a larger range of deadly snakes than seems strictly fair. Thankfully, the Costa Rican anti-venom business appears to be going great guns. Almost as gung-ho with his handling of such creatures as the late Steve Irwin one has to presume he knows what he's doing he grabs hold of any snake he sees with a zesty enthusiasm, including the terciopelo pit viper, which is responsible for half the bites in the country. Ben Arnold
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- Ben Arnold, Gwilym Mumford, Julia Raeside, Andrew Mueller, Hannah Verdier, Bim Adewunmi and Mark Jones
Animal Planet’s first plunge into the B-horror-movie genre with Blood Lake: Attack Of The Killer Lampreys, from the producers of Syfy’s Sharknado, premiered with fewer viewers – 1.2 million on Sunday to Sharknado’s opening 1.37 million back in July of ‘13 – and not nearly the same buzz. More to the point, Killer Lampreys fell far short of the 3.6 million viewers who’d watched Animal Planet’s second mermaid faux-docu, Mermaids: The New Evidence, on comparable Sunday one year earlier. That was Animal Planet’s biggest audience. Ever. New Evidence was a follow-up to the previous year’s mermaid faux-docu, Mermaids: The Body Found which netted 3.4 million viewers and was, until it got trumped by its sequel, Animal Planet’s biggest draw since its September 2006 memorial to on-air talent Steve Irwin (2.7 million viewers), who died after being pierced in the chest by a stingray barb while filming an underwater documentary. An Animal Planet »
- LISA DE MORAES, TV Columnist
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is now open almost everywhere around the planet — the last big region that hasn’t seen it is Japan, where the film opens on April 19th — and two things are becoming plain. One, the movie is huge: it looks to have earned around $96 million in North America this weekend, which makes it the biggest April opener ever; in the U.K., the film earned just over £6 million over its first weekend (which was last weekend), the second biggest opening of 2014 and more than twice what Captain America: The First Avenger debuted with in 2011.
And two: Steve Roger’s cultural disconnect is a little bit different depending on which country you see the film in.
One of the most charming things about Chris Evans’ man out of time, as I noted in my review, is the little list he’s keeping of the most important things »
- MaryAnn Johanson
In a few days Steve Rogers is back in theaters in the U.S. with "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," and with that comes a variety of interesting tidbits not only about the film, but about what's coming down the line too. But first up is a bit of trivia and a peek into how Marvel ensures their movies resonate with audiences around the globe. In the opening scenes of 'The Winter Soldier,' the frozen in time and recently thawed Captain America reveals the list of pop culture things he needs to catch up with. Except, that as Slashfilm points out, that list differs from territory to territory. So up above you have the U.S. list, while below you can see the U.K. version that swaps in The Beatles, World Cup Final (1966) and Sean Connery. And around the world, there are tweaks to fit local culture. In France, »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Dominic Monaghan's agent is worried. After all, his client frolics with venomous snakes, spiders and other creepy crawlies on his show "Wild Things With Dominic Monaghan (second season premieres Tues. March 25 at 10:00 p.m. Et on BBC America), which sounds like a career-ending accident waiting to happen. "But it's his job to worry," Monaghan told me during our interview. "I have much more knowledge on the natural world than he does." Monaghan has much more knowledge about the natural world than most of us, and he's not worried at all. Still, as the show goes "bigger" this season, there will be more danger and yes, a little more blood. Here's what Monaghan had to tell me about the biggest mistake people make about exotic creatures, how he keeps his black widow spider, and the dangers of buffalo wings. The press release for the show promises "more blood" this season. »
- Liane Bonin Starr
From new love to old wounds, it was a week of emotional stories on People.com. Stacy Keibler's wedding, Graham Elliot's weight loss, and Jimmy Fallon's photobombs got the most positive reaction, while a pair of sadder stories - including a remembrance of Steve Irwin by his cameraman - were tougher to read. Below, check out the five stories that got the strongest reactions from People.com readers this week. And let us know what you think of every story we write by clicking on the icons at the bottom. Calling her happiness "indescribable," Stacy Keibler married »
- Tim Nudd
Cameraman Justin Lyons was with Steve Irwin when the "Crocodile Hunter" was fatally stabbed by a stingray in 2006, and now he's speaking about the tragic experience publicly for the first time. They had just about finished filming in the Great Barrier Reef on September 4, but needed one final shot of a "massive" stingray they'd found, intended to be shown swimming away from Irwin. "I had the camera on, I thought this is going to be a great shot, and all of sudden it propped on its front and started stabbing wildly, hundreds of strikes in a few seconds, »
- Evann Gastaldo
Source: INFphoto.com Miley Cyrus was forced to perform in her underwear after missing a costume change during her concert. We can't really tell the difference between her non-costume and the regular costumes she wears onstage. Frank Ocean is in the middle of a very public dispute with, of all places, Chipotle, after he backed out of doing a song for them. Find out who Juan Pablo picked on The Bachelor finale. Speaking of Bachelor Nation, Andi Dorfman is the new Bachelorette. You may remember her as the woman who called out Juan Pablo during their Fantasy Suite session. This 3-year-old has a very convincing argument for why he should have a cupcake for dinner. The two Iranians who boarded flight MH370 with fake passports were most likely not terrorists, as they were on their way to seek asylum in Germany. There is still no sign of the plane and no indication of what happened. »
- Maria Mercedes Lara
It's been nearly eight years since Steve Irwin's death from a a stingray attack, in which his heart was punctured. Only now is his camera man and friend, Justin Lyons, speaking out on exactly how the tragedy unfolded.
He says the stingray attacked while he was ready to film it swimming away. "All of a sudden it propped on its front and started stabbing wildly with its tail, hundreds of strikes in a few seconds," he tells Australia's "Studio 10." "It probably thought that Steve's shadow was a tiger shark, which feeds on them very regularly."
At first Lyons didn't think anything was wrong and his camera followed the animal. "It wasn't until I panned the camera back, that Steve was standing in a huge pool of blood, that I realized something had gone wrong," he remembers.
He also says reports that the stingray barb was pulled from Irwin's chest are incorrect, »
Steve Irwin's Final Moments Revealed
In his interview with Australian talk show Studio Ten, Lyons said that on the day of Irwin's death, they had been in the process of filming a documentary feature called Ocean's Deadliest in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. They couldn’t find any Tiger Sharks, but when they came across a typically docile stingray, the two decided to shoot some footage for another project.
“This one was extraordinarily large. It was 8-foot-wide. Massive,” said Lyons. “Stingrays are normally very calm. If they don’t want you to be around them, they’ll swim away. They’re very fast swimmers.”
Believing they weren’t facing any danger, Lyons and Irwin hopped out of the inflatable »
Seven and a half years after his tragic underwater death, Steve Irwin's final words have been revealed. Justin Lyons, Irwin's underwater photographer and best friend, has opened up about watching the famed “Crocodile Hunter” be killed by a stingray's barb through the chest. Lyons was filming Irwin for a special called “Ocean's Deadliest,” and after eight days of filming crocodiles and other animals, the pair focused in on a ray — normally a very calm animal — which started to stab its tail rapidly and wildly. Also read: Discovery Sued Over Fatal Reality TV Helicopter Crash “I panned with the camera as. »
- Jordan Zakarin
More details on Stacy Keibler's surprise "rogue" wedding - Us Weekly A cameraman reveals Steve Irwin's last moments - People Zac Efron is totally up for a High School Musical reunion - Et Britney Spears and Kevin Federline prove exes can be friends - HuffPost Celebrity Find out more about Katie Holmes's new TV role - Lainey Gossip This One Direction member isn't getting hitched anytime soon - Gossip Girl Everything you missed in the first episode of Lindsay Lohan's new show - BuzzFeed Lena Dunham has no interest in TV ratings - Hollywood Reporter The Simpsons says good-bye to Mrs. Krabappel - Vulture Jamie Dornan shows off some scruff in Ireland - E! Online Was Gwyneth Paltrow a mean girl in high school? - Dlisted »
- Brittney Stephens
Elizabeth Moss calls Fred Armisen marriage "extremely traumatic," Steve Irwin's cameraman recounts "painful" death, and Lindsay Lohan's Own reality show premieres: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Monday, March 10 in the roundup. 1. Elisabeth Moss Calls Fred Armisen Marriage "Extremely Traumatic," Mad Men Star Goes Topless for New York Magazine Marriage was no walk in the park for Elisabeth Moss. The Mad Men star, who reprises her role as Peggy Olson in the upcoming seventh season of the hit AMC series, opened up about her short-lived [...] »
Steve Irwin's right-hand man, Justin Lyons, is opening up for the first time nearly eight years after the Crocodile Hunter's tragic death. Justin and Steve knew one another for 15 years and "were very close," according to the cameraman. "I remember it really very clearly," Justin told the hosts at Australian news show Studio 10. "We found a massive stingray, this one was extraordinarily large, massive, almost eight feet [long], so it was very impressive. We were only in chest-deep water and we stood up and talked about what we were going to do, we always made a bit of a plan beforehand if we were going to film underwater. "Stingrays are normally very calm. If »
The cameraman who filmed Steve Irwin's death eight years ago has come forward about the adventurer's final moments. "We're saying to him things like, 'Think of your kids, Steve, hang on, hang on, hang on,'" Justin Lyons told Australian morning show Studio 10 on Sunday. "And he just sort of calmly looked up at me and said, 'I'm dying,' and that was the last thing he said." Irwin, beloved host of Animal Planet's The Crocodile Hunter, was killed in September 2006 by a stingray while shooting a documentary off the coast of Australia. He was 44. Now, the friend »
- Michele Corriston
Rest in peace, Crocodile Hunter. Justin Lyons, the cameraman and "right-hand man" for the late Steve Irwin, spoke out for the first time on the tragic 2006 death of the Crocodile Hunter star. Lyons appeared on Australian morning show Studio 10 on Sunday, March 9, and recounted Irwin's final moments after he was fatally attacked by a stingray. "It was shocking. It was probably always going to be something weird with Steve," Lyons explained the Animal Planet star's death. "I mean, a crocodile or a shark, he [...] »
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