Burning Q’s: Plumpin’ Megan Fox & Baby Megabucks

America's Next Top Model, megan fox, | Hace 6 años

 
Maddox Jolie-Pitt

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I always see pictures of celebrity children in magazines, and they always seem to be happy. I mean, do these kids just not cry, or do magazines not print bad pictures of the child?
—Becca

Just for you, a photo of Maddox Jolie-Pitt, who pretty much looks like this in every pap shot. Onward, to more of your Burning Q's!

I hear they told Megan Fox to put on 10 pounds for Transformers 2. Can an actress really be toooo skinny?
—Dale, Waukegan, Ill.






Yes. And "they" didn't tell Fox to gain 10 pounds. The director did. "I'd lost a lot of weight [for a role] and got really scrawny," Fox said during a Television Critics Association interview. "But I was told I had to put on size for Transformers, because Michael Bay doesn't like skinny girls."

As an aspiring screenwriter, is Hollywood really worth pursuing? It seems most everyone that goes there is left even more messed up than they came.
—L-Town, La.

Good point. You may as well stay in the state of Louisiana, that squeaky-clean beacon of uncorrupted innocence.

Who/what started the Ugg trend?
—T.K.

Haven't you heard? The Crocs have eaten the Uggs, honey.

But to your Q. Some trend watchers point to Pam Anderson, who wore them regularly on-camera during her mid-'90s Baywatch run. The animal-loving actress eventually realized she was wearing skin and dumped her Uggs. On her website, she wrote: "I'm getting rid of my Uggs. I feel so guilty for that craze being started around my Baywatch days. I used to wear them with my red swim suit to keep warm, never realizing that they were SKIN! I thought they were shaved kindly. People like to tell me all the time that I started that trend—yikes! Well let's start a new one—don't buy Uggs."

No need to beg me on that one. Not big on Mastodon legs meself.

Which is more important to a celebrity when it comes time to sell their baby pictures to a publications—the reputation of the magazine, or how much money the magazine will pay them?
—Jen, Toronto

"I have brokered a baby pic deal," personal publicity veteran Howard Bragman tells me, "and my client took the highest offer.

"People will often pay more," Bragman continues, "because not only do they want the picture—they don't want anyone else to have the picture even more."

Are Rob Kardashian and the Cheetah Girl still an item?
—J.P.

Yiss.

Has anyone who has won America's Next Top Model actually become a true "top model"?
—Mattonito

Hmmm. Lemme leaf through this here latest issue of Vogue, here. Daria Werbowy. Chanel Iman. Daria again. That Jetsons-looking space girl with the white hair and the black eyebrows. Lily Donaldson...Nope, no Cha-Cha Diva. So, in a word, no.

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