Singer Kelly Rowland has released a new song titled “Mommy’s Little Baby,” written for her son Titan Jewell. Earlier in the week, her husband, Tim Witherspoon, showed off the first pictures of the couple’s newborn on Instagram. On Tuesday, the 33-year-old new mother and former member of Destiny’s Child announced the new track with an Instagram post of her own. In the short clip you can hear the 33-year-old singing, “You will always be mommy’s little baby.”
The track was produced by Verse Simmonds and The Order and is available to listen in full on the singer’s official SoundCloud. merely one day after Kelly became a mother for the first time, the third member of the ladies’ former girl group, Michelle Williams gushed to E! News about the birth. Just days after Rowland gave birth, her BFF Beyoncé shared the first photo of the wee one on Instagram and wrote a heartfelt message to her longtime friend.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s Marilyn Monroe transformation for Max Factor.
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Does Gwyneth Paltrow have what it takes to embody the legendary Marilyn Monroe?
In this new Max Factor video, Gwyneth transforms into the sexy icon in order to represent the “Femme Fatale 40’s,” right down to the tousled short blonde hair and the retro peddle-pushers and cropped cardigan combo. Gwyneth also rocks dramatic lashes and a bright statement lip a la Marilyn.
“I think I like the lipstick the best,” she says. “I think it’s my favorite of the look.”
But Marilyn is not the only beauty icon Gwyneth has transformed into as the face of Max Factor. In July, she recreated the famous looks of Madonna(representing the 80s), Audrey Hepburn (the 50s), Brigitte Bardot (the 60s) and Farrah Fawcett (70s).
Marc Jacobs, Sofia Coppola and others had donated Birkins to be customized by Koons, and when Campbell spontaneously offered hers at the Four Seasons-hosted event, auctioneer Simon de Pury announced Koons was “up to the challenge.”
It sold for $175,000 to Laurence Graff.
Larry Gagosian bought a bag that had belonged to Almine Rech for $275,000.
A Koons sculpture went for $4 million and will be displayed all week in the Seagram Building lobby.