The new season of the reality competition began production on its second season today in Atlanta. Brinkley, Wyar, and Tsai will join supermodel host Ashley Graham and celebrity makeup artist mentor Sir John. Each week, the new trio of judges will use their experience in the industry and perspective to determine who stays in and who packs up their brushes and goes home.
This season will include an exclusive partnership with Hearst Magazines, spearheaded by Holly Whidden, head of Hearst Magazines entertainment division. The partnership will include social and digital content across Hearst titles, unique challenges inspired by the high end magazines, which includes Cosmopolitan. The winner of season 2 will also have the
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The sequel to the blockbuster hit released two first look images today — and one contains a major surprise. Chris Pine is back as Steve Trevor despite seemingly dying in the hit first movie. Titled Wonder Woman 1984, the sequel jumps forward to the ’80s after the first was set during World War I.
Pine appears to have made the jump as he’s picture dressed in unmistakable ’80s fashion in what seems to be a shopping mall. His appearance comes as a surprise as Trevor’s sacrifice at
The “Blade” star spent three years in prison after being found guilty on three counts of failing to file a federal income tax returns in 2008. Snipes dodged $7 million in taxes between 1999 and 2000.
The “Mean Girls” star was caught trying to stiff the IRS three years in a row (2009, 2010, 2011), leading the IRS to seize her bank accounts in 2012. Charlie Sheen eventually helped pay back some of her debt.
“Rush Hour” star Chris Tucker reached a settlement with the IRS in 2014. A federal tax collector filed a $2.5 million lien against the actor, but it was described as a formality necessary to the settlement.
The former NBA star may need to put his friendship with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un to the test by taking out a loan to pay off the $450,000 he owed to the states of California and Michigan, plus the federal government, in back taxes in 2014.
“The Fosters” star Teri Polo filed for bankruptcy in 2014, with Chapter 11 filings that showed she owed $745,000 in back taxes to the IRS and another $27,000 to the state of California.
The “Beautiful Girls” singer was hit with a lien in 2012 after the IRS found out he never paid $131,379 in taxes from 2009, the year he made it big in the music industry.
This Grammy-winning singer paid her tax debt to society, failing to file returns on $1.8 million earned between 2005 and 2007, by serving three months in prison in 2013.
“The People v Oj Simpson” detailed O.J. Simpson’s murder charges, but not his tax issues. In 2013, the IRS filed a lien for more than $500,000 of unpaid taxes between 2000 and 2011.
The original “Survivor” winner Richard Hatch was convicted of tax evasion in 2006 for failing to pay taxes on the show’s $1 million prize. He served 51 months in federal prison.
When the IRS came asking for millions of dollars in unpaid taxes from Willie Nelson, the country singer was forced to auction off his personal belongings. He even released the album “The IRS Tapes: Who’ll Buy My Memories?” to help raise the money for repayment.
Former “Baywatch” star Pamela Anderson was hit with tax liens totaling more than $350,000 in 2012 over unpaid taxes to the federal government and the state of California.
Unrelated to her 2004 prison sentence for insider trading, Martha Stewart was forced to pay $220,000 in back taxes to the IRS in 2002 for her home in New York.
The IRS slammed Nicolas Cage with a bill for $6.2 million in 2009. The actor promptly sued his money manager for negligence and fraud.
In 2014, The New York Times reported that Reverend Al Sharpton owed more than $4.5 million in back taxes to the IRS, adding that his National Action Network was only able to survive by not paying payroll taxes on its employees.
Joe and Teresa Guidice
After filing for bankruptcy in 2009, Joe and Teresa Giudice were convicted on fraud charges in 2013. Joe was also charged with failure to file tax returns for 2004-08.
In 2012, Lionel Richie owed $1.1 million to the IRS in unpaid income taxes from 2010.
The IRS issued a tax lien against supermodel Christie Brinkley totaling $531,000 in 2011. Worth an estimated $80 million, Brinkley apologized publicly soon after and vowed to pay it back immediately.
Rapper Ja Rule plead guilty to tax evasion and illegal firearm possession in 2011, serving two years in New York prison. He owed more than $1.1 million to the IRS in unpaid income taxes.
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The model, 25, – who was back in front of the camera for the 2018 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue – took a scary near-nude tumble during this year’s shoot – and it was all caught on camera.
Upton reunited with photographer Yu Tsai in Aruba, going to rocky lengths to get the perfect photograph while dressed in only a gold tulle skirt on top of a giant rock.
“I really saw the vision for the photo, but as I climbed on the rock I did look down and was like ‘this is going to end badly,’ ” she
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