'My weight fluctuates a lot and I move with it. It is what it is. That’s why I try not to have a relationship with the size that I am.'
The lawsuit alleged the company lied about its products' ability to burn fat. The company settled the $5 million class action lawsuit out of court.
Live video to give you a look at what Teyana does during her workouts to get and keep the body we saw in Kayne West's 'Fade' video.
"When you think of greatness, you think of someone that’s great, but also a great person has to be positive and influence other people to be great..."
'When I was pregnant with Future, one thing I learned quickly was, don't ever let a pregnant lady be hungry - when I was, I was like the Tasmanian Devil!'
"One can only speculate whether the Williamses would've been better received had they been more willing to conform or care about tennis tradition. "
Quote: I think the whole world is more open to plus-size [models] and I am sure at some point they will be ready for it,
"After I broke up with my longtime boyfriend, I took a lot of time to understand the concept of loving myself — literally treating yourself with care."
Can consumers remember which highly paid celebs hype which products? Are celebrity endorsers worth all the dough?
All about Queen Bey's new vegan, gluten-free, organic meal delivery service. Would you buy?
The athletic dynamo shows her more sensitive and playful side in her April 2015 Vogue cover story.
Behar said that on a shopping trip she ran into Hudson and overheard the salesperson say she wore a size 0.
"Now it's terribly 'in' for women to have these huge great legs with massive thighs."
It's insulting what these designers do to these women.
Quoting Chaka: They can say whatever they want. Only I know what’s really going on.
Beyonce Knowles plans to publish a soul food cookbook; would you buy it?
"My body is not bouncing back like a supermodel," says Simpson. "I'm just your everyday woman who is trying to feel good and be healthy for her daughter, her fiancé and herself."
My thoughts on addiction, coping and grieving, as brought on by the passing of Whitney Houston.