Cardi B Stuns at Paris Fashion Week in First Post-Partum Public Appearance

Cardi B is red hot in Paris…

The 28-year-old half-Dominican American rap superstar, whose real name is Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, made quite a splash with her first public appearance since giving birth to a baby boy earlier this month.

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Cardi B stepped out at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday at a Thierry Mugler event in fire-engine-red feathers surrounding her blond hairdo, with a form-fitting sequin gown to match.

MUGLER MAMI,” Cardi captioned a series of stunning photos from the red carpet.

Cardi B and Offset took to Instagram on September 6 to announce the birth of their second child together, a baby boy, by sharing a sweet family photo of their new bundle of joy.

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In the snapshot, Cardi and Offset are sitting under a Louis Vuitton blanket in a hospital bed as they proudly gaze at their newborn. “9/4/21,” Cardi captioned the picture, adding a blue heart emoji.

“We are so overjoyed to finally meet our son,” the couple said in a statement provided by Cardi B’s representatives. “He is already loved so much by family and friends and we can’t wait to introduce him to his other siblings.”

Cardi B and Offset are already parents to their 3-year-old daughter Kulture, who was born July 10, 2018. Offset is also the father to three other children from previous relationships.

J Balvin Teams Up with Ty Dolla Sign, Tyga, YG & Post Malone for “Spicy” Remix

J Balvin is spicing things up…

Ty Dolla Sign shows off his Spanish skills in the newly-remixed “Spicy” featuring the 35-year-old Colombian reggaeton singer and songwriter, TygaYG and original collaborator Post Malone.

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The bilingual collaboration starts off with Ty Dolla Sign’s opening verse from the original track followed by J Blavin, who enters with his all-Spanish verse where he also hints at a lavish and luxurious lifestyle.

“Today Louis [Vuitton], tomorrow Gucci for breakfast/ I order sushi … from Medallo to the Virgin Islands/ I’m sorry this is another level,” Balvin raps.

“Spicy” feat. Post Malone was released back in October and is featured on Ty Dolla’s latest album Featuring Ty Dolla Sign.

Gomez Graces Cover of Vogue Brasil with Louis Vuitton’s Nicolas Ghesquiere

Selena Gomez is Voguing it in style…

The 23-year-old half-Mexican American singer/actress graces the cover of Vogue Brasil with Louis VuittonSelena Gomez Vogue Brasil‘s creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere.

 

Gomez and the French fashion designer were photographed by Bruce Weber for one of two covers for Vogue Brasil‘s June issue.

Gomez shared the news with her 80 million followers on Instagram and hinted at a possible collaboration with the brand, writing, “exciting things coming with this brilliant man.”

Gomez has been a strong ambassador for the French fashion house already, attending Ghesquiere’s shows and wearing Louis Vuitton to the Met Gala.

Bündchen Named Pantene’s Newest Brand Ambassador

Gisele Bündchen is making waves with her latest endorsement deal…

The 33-year-old Brazilian bombshell, the world’s highest-paid model and former Victoria’s Secret angel, is Pantene’s newest spokeswoman.

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Bündchen, already an ambassador for the hair product line in Brazil, will now appear in the brand’s North American ads.

“I feel my hair has been through it all — from being styled more than 10 times in one day to enjoying the sun and surf with my children — and Pantene has helped to keep it healthy with every wash, no matter what the day may bring,” said Bundchen. “I love that Pantene not only stands for healthy, strong hair, but also encourages women to give back specifically through a program like Pantene Beautiful Lengths.”

Bundchen, who appeared in several campaigns this year, including H&M and Louis Vuitton, joins previous Pantene ambassadors Queen Latifah, Eva Mendes and Zooey Deschanel.

Mars Becomes the Tenth Man to Grace Playboy’s Cover

Bruno Mars is livin’ it up at the ten spot; and he’s got plenty of reason to celebrate…

The 26-year-old half-Puerto Rican singer/songwriter joins an elite group of men as only the tenth male to grace the cover of Playboy.

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Mars is featured in the men’s magazine’s April Sex and Music issue, out March 16. He appears on the cover alongside Raquel Pomplun, as well as in a fashion pictorial and interview inside. In his feature, Mars models spring designs by Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana and more.

“Growing up in the showbiz world, I looked up to those guys: Frank Sinatra and of course Elvis Presley,” the Grammy-winning singer told Playboy of his idols. “My dad was into the 1950s doo-wop era. If you look at those groups, or at James Brown, Jackie Wilson and the Temptations in the 1960s, you’ll see you had to be sharp onstage.”

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Mars displays his signature style and dresses sharply for his photo spread while donning his own personal Armani suit on the cover.

Surprisingly, the “Grenade” singer chose Jimi Hendrix, not Sinatra or Presley, as the musician he would most like to work with if given the opportunity.

“I think he’s the greatest guitar player in the world, and I would want to see him do his thing in person,” Mars said. “He’s the reason I picked up a guitar in the first place.”

As a Playboy cover star, Mars follows in the footsteps of several Hollywood icons. Peter Sellers was the first Y-chromosome to appear on the cover back in April 1967, followed by Burt Reynolds (October 1979), Steve Martin (January 1980), Donald Trump (March 1990), Dan Aykroyd (August 1993), Jerry Seinfeld (October 1993), Leslie Nielson (February 1996), Gene Simmons (March 1999) and Seth Rogen (April 2009).