25 Burst results for "Cindy Crawford"
Fresh update on "cindy crawford" discussed on The Michael Berry Show
"Had makeup caked over. Bigalow busted up zits. That's see those. I'm about to talk about my mother. So i'm not gonna i'm not gonna give advice to women yes i am. Yes i am ladies. Let me explain something to you if a man gives you a compliment and you feel uncomfortable accepting it because you know that the down those aren't your lashes or if he sees your right hand nails look nice and you know that on your left hand now you gotta pinky nail that came off. Just make a fist in say thank you so he didn't have to see it and go. Wow that's no hair needs to be read Why do that we do. We know you're not perfect when no you're not perfect. We don't think you're perfect but you don't have to list your imperfections if a man tells you look nice emily. Our assistant comes in as a month or two ago is she just colored her hair and ramon said emily. Your hair looks nice. And she said it's filthy. I haven't watched it in a week. I said emily wadih. I'll do that. You don't need to do that because women don't know how to take compliments and and they know that they're just they're fighting gravity in age and everything else. I guess i should tell you in case there's some out there that doesn't know proactive. Must've spent a fortune and they went out and hired all these good looking people to say i used to have a busted up. Zip face but proactive fixed in. They show these gist hideous pictures themselves. Just hideous pustules on their face. But now i'm here for proactive. And they did them infomercials. I think somebody's caveat cable. Tv stations are lineups. I think they got a whole station. Not even kidding round the clock. They did adam levine. That dude from maroon. Five with all the tattoos. They did Vanessa williams and who was the other one it was like cindy crawford or brook shields or somebody now look. I wasn't mad at vanessa williams when she decided to go naked for playboy and they stripped her of her crown. Because we got to see vanessa williams naked understand. You don't make very much money as as miss america. So they had you know. She wanted to cash in while she could. That's fine. Nobody's mad at her for that but she didn't need to. I don't care how much they paid her for that zik commercial. She didn't need to ruin. Shinnied ruin it for me on that anyway. The third birthday producer. Kenny clarence thomas and the triumvirate for me. On june twenty third is my sweet sweet mother. Loretta marcella sieber berry. Seeber was her maiden name. That's my That's the the german side of air german irish family. My grandmother's side was irish. My grandfather's side was german and american indian but anyway she turns seventy six years old today and she is a very very special lady. I had her on. I think mother's day and for those of you who heard it. I said if i'm bragging on you to somebody about being a great mom what do you think is the first thing i brag on and she said that i inspired in you a love of reading and that is absolutely true if you heard the call yesterday from the black fella. I can't remember his name. Was chris ramon from texas city. Do you remember. He was white. People will sometimes awkwardly. Say of black people articulate. He was a guy who was very thoughtful in his answers. And he's a guy who's had journey you could tell talking about being raised by single mom. She was a nurse for forty one years. His grandfather was very involved. Grandpa was a truck driver and the influence that his mom and his strict. Mom which you could tell you had a lot of appreciation and love for her and his grandfather who had been you know. Been there for him but he said that as a child that he grew up is that grew up like every other black kid. Except i read all the time i gotta tell you that that is the thing that of all the many gifts my parents gave me. And i don't mean physical gifts that you can buy. I mean love discipline respect Leading by example providing of all the gifts one of them. I mean i guess the others have more to do with your personality but in terms of to the extent that i have been successful in in various endeavors. It is because nothing scares me. That i can't learn it because i can go and read about it now. I have shifted as i've gotten older and my My eyes have gotten older and my schedules gotten packed. And i now use the verbal or audible form of information accumulation. But it's the same thing. I'm finishing thomas souls economics right now. Which is the third time. I've gone through it. And then. I'm going into a souls biography that jason Rally wrote that. We had him on a few weeks. Go i can't wait. It's the first biography of soul. That's ever been written but a love of learning and it was reading when i was a kid now. I watch youtube videos. And i listened to audible and i listen to podcasts. A love of learning. You know everything we do is derivative of somebody else whether we realize it or not. We are learning habits from the people around us. I would like to think that one hundred years. After i'm gone if i've done anything good and left a legacy through my kids and grandkids. What loretta moore's l. Berry has taught me and done for me so if you know my sweet mother wish her happy birthday. A big thanks to ricky martinez. It owns tijuana nita's. He called her last night and told her she had to come to dinner at tijuana's tonight for her birthday and she said mr martinez. I'm going to tell you the truth and you're gonna think online. She will not lie. Most honest person i've ever met. I will not lie two nights ago. I dreamed about the shrimp case. It is that is my mother and that sound like some. 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"cindy crawford" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver
"Cindy has an amazing skin. Caroline called meaningful beauty and on june. The twenty of this year it is expanding and launching an age proof system so check it out. Many questions is hosted and written by me. Minnie driver supervising producer. Aaron kaufman producer. Morgan lavoix research assistant marisa brown original music. Sorry baby by minnie. Driver additional music by aaron kaufman executive produced by me drive special. Thanks to jim nicolay. Wilkerson pearson. Addison oh day. Lisa kasteler an oppenheim at w. kp daily pescador k. Driver and jason weinberg and for constantly solicited tech support henry driver when the brightest minds at the university of florida come together. Something extraordinary happens. Engineering empowers medicine. Data science drives agriculture. Geology fuel space exploration and artificial intelligence transforms learning and research. The ideas that go on to change the world. They're launching right from here. At the collision of big ideas and massive potential something momentous becomes possible at the university of florida ufl dot. Edu the time for defense organizations to harness the power of the cloud is now discover how you can leverage cloud solutions to advance your mission. At part three of gd it emerged. Twenty twenty one registered today at gd it dot com slash emerge..
'Friends' Reunion Reveals First Teaser Trailer, Guest Stars and Release Date
"Found out what we know about the friends. Rina special Here's got a trailer yesterday. That was kind of like the first real trailer for it Seems like we've been waiting 18 years. For this thing that happened. It's finally hitting HBO Max on the 27th of this month, so that's two weeks from yesterday. In addition to the main cast, the show is loaded with guest stars, including Justin Beaver Lady Gaga. BTS and other A listers that are stopping by for appear in the show include Reese Witherspoon, Tom Selleck, Elliott Gould, Christina Pickles, She played up Monica and Ross is Mom and Dad. Cindy Crawford. James Corden Kit Harington, Mindy Kalen Walls to be a part of it, and so will Maggie Wheeler. Who is Maggie Wheeler, this lady? Yeah, Jess from the original of human friends fan, you know exactly who that is. And
Coke and Pepsi Wont Advertise on the SuperBowl--But Pepsi Is Winning
"From wondering. I'm david brown. And this is business. Worst daily on this tuesday february second. It's hard to find a whole lot of good to say about twenty twenty but at least there was football and after a season of twists turns and mask wearing the kansas city chiefs will face off against the tampa. Bay buccaneers this sunday in super bowl. Fifty five those who watch the game for football will enjoy an epic matchup between two familiar faces. The chiefs patrick mahomes versus the bucks. Tom brady but those who watch for the ads. Well they'll be missing a couple of familiar. Wins namely coke and pepsi. The cola giants flagship brands are typically all stars in the big games at lineup. And they've given us some of the most memorable moments in super bowl advertising history who can forget when an injured mean. Joe greene tossed his jersey to the young fan. Who offered him a coke. More when cindy crawford stop for a co pepsi with two young onlookers nearby great new pepsi can on introducing a whole new way to look at pepsi and diet pepsi beautiful but not this year coke announced earlier this month that it would be sitting out the super bowl. The company called it a quote difficult choice and said it had to quote ensure we are investing in the right resources during these unprecedented times. Variety reported the pandemic has been hard on coke especially since half of its sales come from stadiums movie theaters and other venues at have largely been closed since the pandemic began the company announced layoffs in december according to the associated press pepsi is also taking a pass on standalone ads for its cola brand but for an entirely different reason. The company is focused on its halftime show. Sponsorship this year marks a decade since the cola company started sponsoring the much anticipated event. It marked the milestone by the sponsorship into a national ad campaign just buying spots during other games and shows and add week. Report says it's worth noting that pepsico will have ads for some of its other brands like gatorade. The pepsi campaign features pop singer the weekend. Who is also the star of this year's halftime show the sixty seconds spot that kicked off the campaign aired during one of the nfl. Wild card games pepsi also has made some super bowl themed packaging changes to reflect its sponsorship. A report in age says at pepsi is also pledging twenty million dollars for projects that allow consumers to quote refresh their communities. The report said the company is worried that a splashy super bowl ad might not be in keeping with that socially responsible image with reported tag of more than five million dollars for a thirty second spot. You can hardly blame them especially because
"cindy crawford" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch
"Today. Cindy crawford joins me on skimmed from the couch. She needs no introduction. But i will give her one anyways. Her decades long modeling career catapulted her to global supermodel status and she is also a business woman as the founder of the skin. Care brand meaningful beauty. Cindy thank you so much for joining me. Welcome to skimp from the couch. Thanks for having me. It feels very weird to even. Try to do an intro for you. Everyone knows who you are a very good job. Thank you was short sweet. We skim here so skim your resume do the quick skim at on you. Wow let's see let's go way back student. Ben worked in the cornfields cleaned. Houses worked in a clothing store. Senior of high school started modeling. My freshman year in college <hes>. Northwestern but continued to model in chicago dropped out of college to pursue modeling in a more. You know fulltime way. When i was twenty. I moved to new york. And that's really where my career took off. And from there you know i think modeled but also paid attention and so eventually i was able to start doing some of my own projects and having my own voice and i think being excited about fat part of modeling is what has enabled me to do it for so long and still be enthusiastic about it today. As i was from the very beginning. You know obviously many wikipedia. Google searches to come up on you. What is something that we wouldn't be able to find out about you will. Oh i hopefully alive know. Because i don't think there's part of your everyday life just isn't not that you are ashamed of it. It just doesn't make into public. Consumption was funny. I was having this conversation with my son the other day about fame and you know a lot of times. I think for children of famous people. That's a lot of pressure on them. And i was saying. I hope you're not proud of need for being famous. Like fame is just a byproduct of what i do <hes>. I hope you're proud of me for blah blah blah. So it's i think it's all those little things like being a good friend being a good sister being a good daughter. I like to bake. I mean some of these things. I probably have randomly mentioned in interviews but like they don't come up. If you google my name so i can start in the beginning of your career. Which is is you mentioned like really young and had career with once in a lifetime career opportunities in front of you. How did your family think about pursuing these while. I have jokingly say but it actually isn't really a joke that you know when i was a kid. I don't think the average girl thought about modeling as a really. I didn't even know it was a real job. You know i mean. I think i got teen vogue. And i knew who phoebe cates was in brook shields but other than that. It was never something a girl from a small town in illinois would have thought about and then at one point. I was approached by the local photographer in our small town and he took pictures of everything from like a burnt down house to a homecoming parade and he saw me like at high school football game and he asked to photograph me and my parents insisted on accompanying me on. That photo shoots <unk>. Was some kind of pre vet. I little step kind of led to another step led to another step. But i think you know. My parents were rightly concerned accompanied me when i went to chicago for the first time and when i met with modeling agencies and then finally i think they started getting a little more comfortable with you know they. They let me do some stuff on my own. I think my dad thought it was a nice word for prostitution to be honest with you like he. He didn't really understand. And then also like coming from a blue collar family and like my beginning. Modeling rate was seventy five dollars an hour very quickly. I was making more money than that. My parents and i think that that was confusing for them and didn't quite understand anthem. Certain jobs that just pay like a stupid amount of money. It's not like that. I work harder. Necessarily i mean i work hard but i've done jobs like picking corn for twelve hours a day. That is much harder than modeling.
Interview With Cindy Crawford, supermodel
"Today. Cindy crawford joins me on skimmed from the couch. She needs no introduction. But i will give her one anyways. Her decades long modeling career catapulted her to global supermodel status and she is also a business woman as the founder of the skin. Care brand meaningful beauty. Cindy thank you so much for joining me. Welcome to skimp from the couch. Thanks for having me. It feels very weird to even. Try to do an intro for you. Everyone knows who you are a very good job. Thank you was short sweet. We skim here so skim your resume do the quick skim at on you. Wow let's see let's go way back student. Ben worked in the cornfields cleaned. Houses worked in a clothing store. Senior of high school started modeling. My freshman year in college Northwestern but continued to model in chicago dropped out of college to pursue modeling in a more. You know fulltime way. When i was twenty. I moved to new york. And that's really where my career took off. And from there you know i think modeled but also paid attention and so eventually i was able to start doing some of my own projects and having my own voice and i think being excited about fat part of modeling is what has enabled me to do it for so long and still be enthusiastic about it today. As i was from the very beginning. You know obviously many wikipedia. Google searches to come up on you. What is something that we wouldn't be able to find out about you will. Oh i hopefully alive know. Because i don't think there's part of your everyday life just isn't not that you are ashamed of it. It just doesn't make into public. Consumption was funny. I was having this conversation with my son the other day about fame and you know a lot of times. I think for children of famous people. That's a lot of pressure on them. And i was saying. I hope you're not proud of need for being famous. Like fame is just a byproduct of what i do I hope you're proud of me for blah blah blah. So it's i think it's all those little things like being a good friend being a good sister being a good daughter. I like to bake. I mean some of these things. I probably have randomly mentioned in interviews but like they don't come up. If you google my name so i can start in the beginning of your career. Which is is you mentioned like really young and had career with once in a lifetime career opportunities in front of you. How did your family think about pursuing these while. I have jokingly say but it actually isn't really a joke that you know when i was a kid. I don't think the average girl thought about modeling as a really. I didn't even know it was a real job. You know i mean. I think i got teen vogue. And i knew who phoebe cates was in brook shields but other than that. It was never something a girl from a small town in illinois would have thought about and then at one point. I was approached by the local photographer in our small town and he took pictures of everything from like a burnt down house to a homecoming parade and he saw me like at high school football game and he asked to photograph me and my parents insisted on accompanying me on. That photo shoots Was some kind of pre vet. I little step kind of led to another step led to another step. But i think you know. My parents were rightly concerned accompanied me when i went to chicago for the first time and when i met with modeling agencies and then finally i think they started getting a little more comfortable with you know they. They let me do some stuff on my own. I think my dad thought it was a nice word for prostitution to be honest with you like he. He didn't really understand. And then also like coming from a blue collar family and like my beginning. Modeling rate was seventy five dollars an hour very quickly. I was making more money than that. My parents and i think that that was confusing for them and didn't quite understand anthem. Certain jobs that just pay like a stupid amount of money. It's not like that. I work harder. Necessarily i mean i work hard but i've done jobs like picking corn for twelve hours a day. That is much harder than modeling.
Tyra Banks to host 'Dancing with the Stars'
"Let's move on tyra banks, who is head into the ballroom? ABC announced she's joining dancing with the stars, not only as the new host, but also an executive producer. This news comes just one day after it was revealed Tom Birger on Erin Andrews are leaving, so the show can head in a new creative direction. What do you guys think? Is tyrod thick? Love it I mean. Do you remember the storytelling on America's next top model? The you remember tire being extra extra on top of extra on. I think the TYRA banks, not only as a host will should be good, but as a producer. She has a Rolodex that has spanned it over thirty years in the business. She can get some real names in here. You WanNa see ya shields on that floor. You Wanna go ahead and see Cindy Crawford like she can call those people up. Brilliant leading lady, she's a very in-command. To to change this show a little bit. They need that little bit of spice on the side. Right so Tara. Who Do you think it would be a good house or that? Someone extra? Coming weeks than anybody. She will. He doesn't think that she'll. She'll work with anyone or have a co host. I. Don't think she would I think I. Think for her Sheep Command so much money and she doesn't need a coast. She's extra alone and she can handle it, but she has to have one Naomi Campbell because she disagreed with her. Okay all right, the guy that'll be hated, but I think my favorite dancer of all time as Lindsay Lohan in Las Club, so I think having tire eighty percent of the time Lindsay, twenty percent of the time and we've got. We've got a brilliant.
The Models' Bill of Rights
"We work together to Create the models bill of rights. This movement aims to enhance transparency for models in what to expect when doing business with their agencies. I believe this is something that's not taught to any model wasn't taught to me. That's for sure I had to learn things first hand and through trial and error. And I'm sort of out here trying to help models avoid making similar mistakes. The models bill of rights is started off as a document that help models read contracts understand how payments work basically understand their contractual obligations. But now it's extended to include safety in studios as well as it's become a hotline where models can reach out to myself or Federico and gain this awareness and help if they're in a predicament and I would say. Most models are in a financial predicament. And this is something. That isn't really talked about so I kind of I'm here to talk about that. Okay I know a while back. Maybe before. Industry model management was a thing. He kicked an agency out of pure fifty-nine he. He banned that agency from sending models fifty-nine studios for their mistreatment of the models. He's stood up for this a couple of times. Federico is very passionate about the safety of models and in fact. He really helped me when I was experiencing financial duress at with an agency Correct he abandoned agency that was not paying their models because in shooting at the studio That model would never receive that paycheck and he wanted to not just say something but do something and I believe. I admire how actionable Federico is and I've strived to be that way and the models bill of rights really is a call to action. It started as just awareness. And now we're trying to actually implement change and with other studios now in New York as well as agencies so there are some new laws in New York state. Where were you involved in in making sure those wind a place? I was not involved. I'm very happy about that. What I refer to when I say studio safety is that there are seventeen studios in New York. Only two of them are up to code major photo studio correct and up to code meaning in analogy I use. Would you walk into an elevator? If you knew it was out of service probably not But when you walk into like thirteen of these studios as a model. You don't know that it's not up to code and it's not up to code for a reason. Meaning there are some sort of hazard or there's some reason that the studio didn't want to be you know approved. They'd never applied to be functioning working space. So this actually shocked because that would expose them to a Department of Buildings Inspector Act and it's very expensive to be up to code. It's hundreds of thousands of dollars I personally know this because I come from my family. Business wherein manufacturing so we have chemicals in Leominster Massachusetts and in order for us to be functioning factory. We have to be up to code and it's very expensive and it's very arduous process but I understand how these things work so when I realized that I was actually shocked. That models are alike. Sent to these places that are dangerous and they might not even know what that means in terms of the result is if a mall were to get injured. She wouldn't be covered by insurance so if a light fell on her if she got burned that's on her right because if the building isn't incompliance they can't get insurance. Correct okay. So there's all these photography studios operating without valid insurance personal injury. Yes that's insane so if the knowledge is there why aren't they being reported to the building violations or whatever it is how? How are people afraid to report them? I I feel like these conversations. Are It's going to culminate to that? But we ran into this with the garment center. A lot of the buildings in the garments are out of compliance with the Building Code. And they're not allowed to To do major renovations to the building. They're not gonNA fall down but but they can't do anything because we've had this zoning issue with the Save the Garment Center and and preserving the garments which were losing very soon A legal fight was lost but Yeah you can have a perfectly functional building that just doesn't have sign off from the buildings which prevents them from doing major renovation. So you can really change the building right. You have to use the existing spaces and I believe that this is an imminent threat because the the market is shifting where advertisement is not so much still photo photos anymore but a lot of video and so you don't have that cold camera flash. You have moving pictures. Which is the same caliber. N- scale as a film set. It's just not treated as such in terms of the precautions that were taking and so the issue of like the lights being very hot or falling on. Someone are even more pertinent. Now because most people in the studios are shooting video. We're not just doing just straight photography anymore. Yeah and if you actually walk around. So for instance you'll see retail spaces that have instead of a photo on their storefront. It's a video when films are being shot. There's an ambulance outside. I've been on film sets. It's just it's it's treated with a lot of precaution. And this is not the case for a modeling set with comes from the motion picture unions and from the insurance requiring correct which is another thing that I have been sort of like baffled by. Is that a model does not have the same protections as an actress A model the rates are arbitrary It's non union when you're an actress. There's the screen actors guild there's certain rates depending on the caliber of the project and everything is like pretty straightforward as a model though the rate that's given to buy your agent is very arbitrary and in other element that bothers me is that that rate might not be the actual rate the client offered so so this is a transparency issue. Doesn't matter what angle you look at the Modeling Industry. It's just crooked and corrupt. I hate to say it. But it's the reality and one thing I noticed about the podcast is that you guys use are in business in the same sentence in sort of where are in business meet and I'm fascinated by that that synergy and I feel like that lacks so much in the modeling industry and just with my background's specifically I went to business school in Boston. I got my MBA at Babson. So when I came into the modeling industry while I had no experience as a model all I could hold onto was my business acumen so I started kind of folk holes of the industry and thinking almost treating it like a case study right like this industry is flawed and his modeling industry. Or is it. I mean it's part of other industries but is it an industry on itself professor. Yeah and that's an interesting point. You bring up because I actually watched an interview with Cindy Crawford and Kaya Gerber the other day for Vogue and Cindy was saying how when she was starting out doing catalog in Chicago. Modeling wasn't considered or seen as a real job right. We all know that this has changed significantly the other day. Kylie Jenner sold majority share of her cosmetics company for six hundred million dollars. She's now a billionaire model. Her sister Kendall gets a quarter million dollars per post on instagram. The the sisters their models. I mean this is a big business and I there promoters. Well yes but why I think I think Kendall is a model. She's a runway model. She's a model but she doesn't get paid for her face. She gets paid because their faces already famous. Now that's I mean that's part of why her face became famous. Was her modeling. Not Most of it and a lot of people have that issue with the whole nepotism and that's another whole thing with modeling and but the regardless of that is that there's just so many models nowadays. It's not like this. It's there's less mystery about it. There's a lot of agencies. There's a lot of models but there aren't the regulations in place needed to keep up with how this industry has grown I feel like it's behind and these conversations I think will force there to be some sort of actions
Cindy Crawford's son just got a face tattoo
"Cindy Crawford son Presley who happens to be a model because your mama Cindy Crawford has a brand new tattoo I think it's as misunderstood on his face yeah it's also a female rap for a female artist to also just had a tattoo across her face I think you got to be careful with that because she you know ten years it might not be the in thing anymore and it just looks like you have stuff all over your face let me post Malone if it's him yeah super famous rapper it just fix him and when he turns all the probably will slap millions of dollars right and he that's what kind of got some I think if it's the whole like his brand and that'll exactly yeah a yeah if you're just some normal person like we are and you do that you try to in the so you lose your job you go for job interviews look at you
Drinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks
"Show I die coke yesterday. And the reason why I had a diet coke because because I didn't want the calories Coca Cola, and I love Coca Cola. I like I could take like Coca Cola any day. I liked the songs of Coca Cola. I like the commercials of Coca Cola RC is good Pepsi's. Good. And some of the other colas don't give me a Shasta. Tell us a soda don't give me don't give me any of that. I like Coca Cola the best. But I don't want the sugar. So I will just to get a little bit of a taste of non water, drink a diet coke. But if they say two cans of sugar, free, diet drinks a day. It's going to increase your chance of heart attack or stroke by a third now, they looked at eighty thousand winning. So now, we're talking to win because, you know, people like well men always get heart attacks, you know, first of all, no men, don't always get heart attacks. Number two women are just at risk rally risk. And they say major study of eighty thousand women is one of the first times the risk of specific types of stroke in older women who drink diet drinks has been steady. I don't know if I'm considered older. Over fifty. Okay. Okay. I'm getting there though. I'm getting there in a hot second. Women who drank the fizzy drink are thirty one percent more likely to have a stroke caused by get this a blood clot because people go away. You're talking stroke, but what kind of stroke? You're talking about a schemic strokes or a hemorragic stroke. Where you bleed have a bleed to the brain. Caffeine in a drink could possibly do that. But they're actually talking which is what scares the hell out of me. Schemic strokes caused by blood clots. They say twenty nine percent more likely to develop heart disease. Sixteen percent more likely to die than women who rarely drink that why the hell is it affecting the heart and affecting the brain to that degree? So obviously, there's a similar mechanism at play with these diet drinks putting the war risk for clots. Now could be because of the insulin. The insulin induction from the very very highly. Sweet artificial sweetener artificial sweeteners are hundreds of times where Sweden real sugar. So I told you what ends up happening. This is why people gain weight on these streets. But what ends up happening is you start beating drink sweet and your brain notices because of your tongue, right? Your tongue has receptors that can tell the brain of something sweets coming or something salty coming. And so then the brain starts getting the body ready. So when something very very sweet like an artificial sweetener is coming down the pike. Your body gets ready and your pancreas gets a signal to start shooting out of insulin. This is why we get hypoglycemic with diet drinks because you end up taking a drink. There's really nothing to add there's no real nutritional value. And then you have all this insulin right going. Well, where's the sugar? And then whenever sugared finds it tries to move towards the cells. And then you end up not really feeding yourself. And so then the bodies like, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Hold the phone. Okay. This Dalia chick is kinda stupid the leg. I know man. I told you Bob. Well, I, you know, I tried to give her the benefit of the doubt. So she drinks fake food. So she's gonna drink fake food. We need to slow down metabolism because she's not feeding us and we. Need to store up because I don't think she knows what's real food at what is I told you she's dove. So anyway, my body has this conversation all the time. And here, I am, you know, thinking, oh, you know, I'm going to let you know. Pretty like, what was it? It was it like Cindy Crawford us to do those diet drinks right back in the eighties or whatever. So I'm Christi Brinkley's. I'm like I'm going to look like that. When I'm in my forties. I'm drinking diet soda, and it doesn't work. But again, why would it make you clot? Well, it could be maybe the insulin. Or maybe it's just there's so many caustic things in these bubbly fizzy drinks that could be the unfortunately put you at risk now. Doctor Yasmin Mosa VAR Romani lead author of the study by the American Heart Association, American Stroke Association, said many, well, meaning people especially those who are overweight or obese drink low calorie sweetened drinks calories in their diet. They say our research, another observational. Studies
"cindy crawford" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"She sent this in twice I'm gonna read it to. But I don't think this is making on the wheel. Yeah. Molly says hold on. No, no. Let's see what that. Yes. Cindy Crawford was rumored to be with kilo. Neil. Shack for the shack attack podcast. Get asked him the Hardin questions. Like, did you Cindy Crawford? Well, I guess that we maybe through podcast one maybe Shaquille O'Neal to appear. I think it's worth it's worth. It's worth, you know, an Email that they'll probably say no to well this. I guess in terms of the deep dive into the Shaquille O'Neal life and times outside of. Talents outside basketball. My okay. So she says her favorite part of the Harry Potter podcast was when we were saying the bottom quiz and saying how we'd hate to have different types of pets. Owls, frogs, etc. Gave her an idea for podcast called a pet cast their a lot of YouTubers being videos with a show of their pets referred to as tubers. I think in the pet cast keep watch these videos and comments and all the pets. And why are there each trash, and she sent an example, she think it'd be funny as an animal and as an animal lover, she would enjoy hearing are takes animators. We're not animal aiders, Molly. What are you trying to get us? I don't even see that. I wouldn't have read it. So that basically do your pets are trash that we're going to people love pets too much Keefe to beloved literally on his nervous that like a male rose places to beloved right? You're going after dog like talk about what we don't like about animals, so no thanks job of the hut. Maybe not pets pineapple boy twenty seven you gotta you gotta answer when pine. Twenty twenty seven emails in. And he says, here's my IRA and Robin. Akiva, watch them twenty thousand movie trailers this discuss levels of excitement. I am D bag -nificant ses starve us predictions over under box office bets come back for part two. So it's an automatic partout in December twenty nineteen to see how their predictions turned out. Yeah. This is fun. I was kind of doing this a couple of weeks ago. I was watching NFL games on Sunday product two weeks ago. And there was like one movie commercial after another what who wanted this? What is this one? I watch the one about the cities that are on wheels. We all know, I did not see this. Yeah. I mean, I think it's Peter Jassam thing like Star Wars. I don't know. I mean within Peter Jackson just come out with a movie that was like an insane flop. I think it was this year though, there wasn't a twenty nine thousand nine hundred Jackson movie. It's not this one. Yeah. That's one of the biggest flops ever like we didn't even. Hear about it just came and went, and it was very expensive at had like no stars was already gone. Was that the one with the city's on wheels? It was called mortal engine. Yeah. That's it. Yeah. It's already gone from the box. I mean like it was a huge flop. I think. Yeah. I was a trailer for the Clint Eastwood movie the mule like what is like who's like production budget of over one hundred million dollars. I haven't heard of one person in this movie, which movie of moral engines, it had they was like it was just an insane flop. I didn't know about city on wheels. Like one city is on wheels. One city is floating in the water one is like flying on like a hot air balloon. It's made like eleven million dollars hundred million dollars. But. Like who wanted this? There was a popular book. And I think some people think that like more that Peter Jackson is box office gold. I don't think so. I don't even think it's bad. I it seems like people just think it's boring like it's not like historically bad moving. Yeah. Are we is there anything there? If we if we watched a bunch of twenty thousand movie trailers, we would like maybe I would watch trails. I mean, I do think that there's like some franchise that potentially that like, no like, you guys are all I don't care. That's just not trailer. You don't understand anything? And then we're we betting on how much they make the box office. I I don't really have a good sense on like other than dubs anybody really care about ox office receipts..
"cindy crawford" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Life. What else are white people up to this is a nightmare of your white woman. Oh, Cindy Crawford. Fifty two what exact same after friend accident? Oh shit. Looking like you increase has nothing worse than as a white woman wearing the same outfit as a fucking model. Like, it's not like, you just water same outfit as like the other check that also shops in the gap or whatever. Oh, all the puck. It outfits that either one of could pay. I didn't talk to you. You didn't talk to me. This was not playing. Well, I'm on an extra element of is also one of the hottest women on the fucking plan if Cindy Crawford fashion model, and then if five foot ten or some shit, right? You just you know, what I mean? Like, that's that's so that's all the luck of all the fucking lug, man. That's like if a man had a special he picked out and paying whatever fucking Michael Jordan shows up in the same like, let me just take under. Underarm and go gotta fuck home. I what it is player Spiderman points right now vitamin point. And it's like invent them. It's nine. The crop has a massive closet field with designer idols due to her mortar three decades in the model and business. But when she met a path for lunch and New York City to that the noon, fifty two euro becoming author just happened to wear the exact same thing is our friend. Sure the hell did. And I just don't tall she's hovering over her. She say providence not fair. There's the other one's not attractive or anything. Fucking Cindy convert eight kind of Chit Cindy, five tents offered by one of us. Gotta change. It's not me. Right. But once she the other mother of Kaya Gerber shared image from the meeting as she put her arm around her lunch date, when you meet your friend for lunch at you address. The same noted the vogue model her power was not in the pressure but five foot nine, but she had a similar winning smile. Slim frame. Both led lady both ladies had a warning Denham starts with white buttons and pockets on the chest and they both wore round pendant necklace. They also had match it matching Gucci black leather belts would self around. Four hundred fifty dollars an similar skin-tight boot cut jeans were high heeled boots and the women had their hair down and the same wive lipstick on the standing in the kitchen where were floors a cabinet Trie, her three point seven million followers. Like it like it is some said twenty winning a great taste. Yeah. Miss me. With that bullshit, don't you? Tighten fixer in my house in the same outfit. Looking better than me the hell out of here. The side as he was on the street in New York state into say outfit, next twenty years, rand Gerber who was also dark closed the best friend George Clooney who he found it too key line. Customink goes with was last chatting away on his cell phone. Earliest took the Instagram photo of the guy goes in gallery before that she was seeing climate to arrest suitcase before travel gay Crawford has been a busy businesswoman. She recently lies ladder lifestyle. Brand created by. Cindy, lebron. Jay's Arnold Schwarzenegger. Lizzy? Von first of all. I don't care. What fo people you get y'all not taking down. So you might as well give up on these fucking lifestyle. Brands, you ain't coming for the Quyen. The quaint bitch has spoken and Gwen of is not coming off of none of our callers. So I don't care if you get the drain team of celebrities your lifestyle brand is not touching get down to lay down come out. They out the wellness platform engages consumers content community personalized product again. A level of simplicity and accessibility unprecedent in the health industry..
"cindy crawford" Discussed on Oprahâ€™s Master Class: The Podcast
"But I remember I was with a friend of mine and she runs a charity for kids with cancer. She invited me out to spend some time with these kids, and they're all bald by the time. They get to her. They've all lost their hair from chemo, and we were sitting at lunch one day. And the the advantage me I've been around a lot of kids with cancer. So it doesn't scare me or freaked me out. We were all sitting talking and one of the girls was sitting next to me, and she just she took off her hat, and she took my hair, and she laid it on top of her head. And then the whole group of girls just went awry. Describing in vivid detail their hair before they lost it. They didn't want me to see them as girls with no hair. They wanted to give me a picture of who they were before they got cancer. It was oh mine was curly. And oh, I used to do this with mine, and it was such a little a little thing. But it was also a beautiful thing. Like, they weren't sad talking about it. They were just talking about it, and I could have gotten very upset, but I just was just there with them and just letting them tell me about their hair a lot of people face to see the cancer like that's a cancer kid, but it's a kid with cancer. You know, a kid I or their young adult, I they're not their diagnosis again. It's like about being seen. It's about making that I'd I contact that connection and recognizing them as I'm human and your human. There is something these kids. Kids that are going through that kind of a challenge they do have the wisdom that if you are smart enough to listen to them. You're just blown away by how much they can handle how they see the situation there. Courage in facing the situation when my brother was diagnosed with a Kimia, I think the curate was like less than twenty five percent. And I certainly I don't even think my parents felt like my brother had a chance at all. Now, the type of Kimia he had is ninety percent curable. So knows when we give money and you make money for charity. You think oh, where's this going? But actually in only forty years that diagnosis is not a death sentence anymore. So money actually does pay off with cures. What strikes me most is how normal Cindy is. And how comfortable she is. With herself just on the inside, a wife, and a mom she doesn't strive to be happy. But instead she's learned to see the joy. Oy in being present, which is the real great spiritual gift, and she's also learned that you can't multitask being present. She learned that love is best rooted in friendship that you have to take chances in life. Even if the outcome doesn't go as well as you'd hoped, and if you want to be taken seriously, you gotta show up on time, be prepared and do the work. So after spending most of her life being defined by that exterior envelope that we loved watching her be how to Cindy feel about getting older about the aging title. She says, it's not always fun. But I love that. She feels the same way about getting older as I do. She says she's come to see it as a true privilege. The idea of getting older is daunting and intimidating and not that fun, really. But recently, I shifted to I have the privilege. Of getting older, and I really liked that because it's really easy to spin off into the negative as opposed to aren't we lucky that we're here that we get to get older. And every time a negative thought comes up in my mind about like, oh, my God that wrinkle or oh, my stomach doesn't look, you know here. I am like suck in it in for a photo shoot. And even last week. I was shooting a cover for shape magazine. And the temptation is to my gosh, I'm in diet for the week before..
"cindy crawford" Discussed on Oprahâ€™s Master Class: The Podcast
"It's hard to change in a relationship because what one person might have signed up for. And then all of a sudden, you're not that anymore. It's like, well, you know, I think I was more willing at twenty two to be like, okay, I'll follow and then you start going. Well, I don't want to just follow. I want to lead. Sometimes. And I want to walk side by side. Sometimes. I think everything you do helps you find your inner voice, and you know, sometimes it's it's defining. What you don't want? That helps you then get closer to what you do want Richards are super smart guy. And he's interesting and interested, and I learned a lot about the world. I mean, it was a great a great chapter in my life. The biggest lesson. I learned from my first marriage is how important it is to be friends. I think first and foremost with your partner when I met Randy. I was ready for Randy because we started off his friends, and I know that Randy. And I we will always be friends. No matter what being rooted in based in friendship. It keeps the relationship elevated to there's always a certain level of respect we respect each other's opinion about parenting, and how to our personal life. But also in for work stuff. He'll ask me. What do you think of this? And I'll ask him. Hey, I got offered this. Do you think I should do it? And we really listen to each other. And I I would want that friendship in my life. No matter what there's a private side to me. Like, everyone has that isn't for public consumption that only my husband knows her. I have meltdowns or whatever like I don't do that at work because not professional. It's not appropr-. But you know, we all have those days at home where you know, you don't have to have on your game face as much. I knew a producer name Joel silver. And he asked me to do a movie for him. And I was like, no, I'm not an actress, I don't want to be an actress. And he was I don't really want you to do this movie, you're doing this movie. And I kept saying, no, no, no. And he kept saying how much more money and at a certain point. I was like, oh, I I'm an idiot. If I don't do it. I should have been more focused on who the director was then what kind of trailer I got because there was like problems. And after the third week, he stopped speaking to anyone on the set. It was difficult because here I am I'm not an actress and literally would get zero direction. It wasn't the worst movie ever made. I've certainly seen worse. But it just didn't do. Well, and people weren't that impressed by performance. I realized I'm not comfortable being someone else. And I don't even by myself. So how can I? I expect other people to believe it one reviewer said is this. She could really be a lawyer. And it was kind of triggered that northwestern. Professor who thought that I couldn't be in calculus because of the way I looked this guy's telling me, I couldn't be a lawyer because I look like this. And I'm like, you know, I could have been a lawyer by what is dated northwestern? I was a good student. You know, and that was the one review that I remember finally after doing that being able to go, you know, what that's not for this lifetime. That's not happening. It was good. Because then I could focus my energy at the things that I do like him that. I am good. But my reasoning for doing fair game was even then I think I was twenty eight years old..
"cindy crawford" Discussed on Oprahâ€™s Master Class: The Podcast
"But when I go to buy the magazine when I show up at the job, I'm just Cindy, it's like a team that gets you to be Cindy Crawford. And I guess that that kind of thing reminds you of that. There was this group of models myself, and Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista Naomi Campbell. Claudia Schiffer we we looked good together. But we didn't we weren't like, all blond hair blue. I we all had our own kind of look in her own thing going, and there was kind of all this hype about models. But then there was this one moment in time where there'd been a British vogue cover that Peter Lindbergh had shot and George Michael saw that. And he's like, I want those girls in my next video then Johnny for Saatchi took most of the same girls and had in his show with George Michael in the audience with that song playing and it was just like this moment. It was like. Wow. This to me that was like the biggest supermodel moment of my career, fashion and music for the first time together in a way that was being viewed by the masses. It was like, okay. That's that's like the arrival of the supermodel. When I started becoming famous as a model and people knew my name that was something that I noticed that. My dad really liked again is because of family name wasn't gonna end with my brother like, okay, you're still Crawford in nineteen Ninety-one. Cindy Crawford married. Richard Gere when they met Richard had been a famous movie star and celebrity for years and Cindy was a supermodel on the rise. The spotlight on their relationship was to say, the least intense the marriage only lasted for years, but Cindy says what she learned during that time helped her in so many ways including preparing her for the wonderful marriage. She has today with her husband Randy when I was probably at the height of my career, you're so busy just doing it every day that you don't kind of feel what's going on in the outside world. It was before, you know, Twitter and Facebook, you didn't really know how many fans you had you measured it by. Like old fashioned fan letters that came in the mail, my friend, her Brits. Who's also an amazing photographer was having a barbecue. And I went to his house, and there was a lot of really cool people there. I was like, wow, Jack Nicholson, and that's you know, it was like I was still most twenty one. It was still all new to me. But I met Richard Gere. There we pretty much started dating right away. And when I was with him. That's when I was becoming well known as well. And when I would see how he was with fans when they approached him a lot of times, you know, wouldn't be a good moment to sign an autograph or shake a hand or take a picture. But I got to look to him to see how he created boundaries for himself. That felt good being a nice girl from the midwest. My inclination is always to give and say, yes because I want people to like me. But then I saw Richard do no way. It was like, you know, what? Sorry, I'm not doing that. But I see you. He felt that really is just about. Making that connection looking someone in the eyes and making sure that they felt seen and that was it like you didn't have to do the picture. You don't have to do the autograph. But to take that moment just to make a human connection. I think a lot of what happened with Richard. I was I was still twenty two and at twenty two as a young woman. I was kind of still figuring out who I was in what I wanted to be. And you know, he was already thirty seven. So in some ways, he knew that I was still growing in changing. I didn't wanna hear it from him. Because at twenty two you think, you know, everything, and you think you're already formed, and then you realize ten years later, you're like, oh my gosh. They were totally right. I think you're twenties for women is such a time where you're starting to come into your own and feel your own power and connect to your inner strength, and it's hard to do that..
"cindy crawford" Discussed on Oprahâ€™s Master Class: The Podcast
"Life as a class this masterclass with Cindy Crawford. It's hard for women in today's society because we're expected to be so many different things. Like at the office. You're supposed to be professional and not emotional that. And then home you're supposed to somehow leave persona at the office. And sometimes it's hard to make that transition heart of the reason that I think that people respond to me and has enabled my career to be as long as it has is that Cindy Crawford the thing and Cindy the woman they're pretty much the same. And I think as I get older, they're more and more the same. I grew up in the small town of DeKalb Illinois, and that's about sixty miles straight west from Chicago, the kind of place where we left our doors open at night. And you knew your neighbors, you know, is really about family there and just really feeling like a part of this small community. We didn't have a lot of money when I was a kid. So definitely it was a very simple blue collar existence. I did a lot of jobs growing up starting with the job that every DeKalb kid does is working in the cornfields, and my father did mostly manual labor. And my mom was a stay at home. Mom, pretty much until we were all further along in our education. My parents parented as a team, you know, it wasn't like one with strict in one wasn't. They both were pretty strict. I think what my mother gave me was the sense of. Okay, unconditional love I know, whatever I do is, okay. With her. I mean within reason. And then my dad was the one who kind of pushed us toward excellence. He's the one who rewarded success or good grades. So. So it was a nice balance to have from your parents to have someone pushing you to do your best. But having someone that you knew that, even if your best wasn't maybe first place that was still okay to my dad, always wanted a son, and he had I my sister, Chris than me, then my sister, Danielle my sister's name is Danielle because my dad's name is Daniel, and I'm pretty sure the only reason they've been went for the fourth child west gopher boy, they had my brother, Jeff, my father was thrilled. I mean, he's definitely that type of man's on. It's going to carry on the family name when I was eight years old. And my brother Jeff was to my mother got the diagnosis that my brother had leukemia. I think when my parents, I told us that my brother was sick. We didn't really under stand. What it meant. They didn't use the word cancer. We knew that all of a sudden we were going to the hospital a lot he was going almost every day for radiation. And it was a two hour drive from where we live. At that time. The drug Noces was not good at all. So my parents put him into an experimental program at a hospital in Madison university of Wisconsin. He was in remission at times. It was like that hope that he's cured. He's better in and then the remission ends, and they get sick again. Then all of a sudden, it was more doctors more hospitals, and you know, my mother more more distracted and sad and stressed out. I don't think that at age ten at I knew that it was terminal, and I had not had any close experience with death and did not understand death. My brother. Did know at one point for sure I know because my mother said she found him sitting in his room, and he was sitting at a little table. And she said, what are you doing? And he said, I'm praying and she said, well, what are you praying about? And he said so that when I die that you'll be okay. As a mom now. I can't imagine hearing your child say that right before he died. He had told all his doctors not coming back. It was over Christmas and he's supposed to come back January third for another bone marrow test or transplant or something..
"cindy crawford" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"Podcast that makes me feel like I'm on a double date with friends. I love that there's no politics or pessimism in the good life and that Stevie preaches the word every now and then, hey, when we when he started the love story episode with a message of love and identity, my soul lit up. I love the Hendrix's and I love the good life PS please feature. Teeny ace app girl. You've got your worst coaches on this. That's so sweet. Thank you for that. That is just there's so much love in that review. We really appreciate it. The next one says it's from Leah, Ryan, Weiss. Excuse me. She said, wow, thank you for this podcast, you guys are the first podcast I have listened to in every week. I cannot wait for another episode. I originally found you through Marcus and Kristen Johns. I have been watching Marcus since his vine days, and then Kristen came into the picture, and I had been watching her since she started her YouTube channel. Once they mentioned on social media, they were going to be on the air. They were on episode. One of our show, I was like, hold up, who are they? So then I found you on here in loved you guys so much through your kind messages and also your humor. I just became hooked. I tune in every week now and found you guys on all your other platforms, your sweet personality shine through my headphones. As I work out. As I'm in my car, working on homework, you name it. Keep up the great work. Your voices reached farther than you can even imagine love from Chicago and high. Teeny Leah. From Chicago and Cindy's like from Chicago man. This out right now. Everybody who listens every week that means so much to you guys that you would stay plugged into the good life because every episode means so much to us and and we really want every episode to mean so much to you as well. And so hopefully you guys have been entertained, you felt loved. You felt like you've been built up encouraged and feel more hope after you listen to the good life every week, and thank you guys so much for the birthday wishes yesterday. I really appreciate all the love. I got you guys have just been so supportive and loving all that. We do know that it's our mission here at the good life to go after conversations with people who we know can help make a difference in each and every single one of our lives. I think even with guests like Cindy Crawford we, the takeaway is that we can all find that common denominator and things in areas in our life that were struggling in into here from someone like her areas where she's had setbacks in how she's persevered. I mean, it just goes to show that whether you're Cindy Crawford. Or your Stevie Hendra Hicks. I mean, we all go through things in life, and we're all on this journey and figuring out what is a good life. So we're going to keep going after those incredible guests for you guys. And if you have any dream guests, I got my dream guests on the show today. Birthday wish come true, but if you guys have a dream guest, let us know because now I feel like if we got Cindy Mann, the sky's the limit, sky's the limit that's ri- but we'll reach for the sky next week on the good live. Thanks for everybody tuning in. We love you so much much. Have a good day. Bye guys..
"cindy crawford" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"Big huge brands in a one page ad in a magazine, I just didn't know how how we are going to break. Stand out. So we did the infomercial, which was was scary for me, and that's why I think I tried to be so controlling. I. So I, I would say my first kind of venture into the business world. It was like, I remember going into one meeting in meeting with the the, the one thing that they said to me, you have to work with this one producer. And I remember going to the meeting, I was like everything you've done before. That's what exactly what I don't want like. This, like we what? Who is this girl? You know. Yeah. But over the years we still work together and we've come to respect each other. So at first I kind of tried to be a little too controlling. But then as they showed me that they were experts in that they knew what they were doing and they knew a lot more than I knew about certain things. Then I became more of a student. And then there were times where I was even like sitting in the board meeting and maybe even a little afraid to like. Voice my opinion, and then I had the, hey, no one knows Cindy Crawford better than Cindy Crawford, a pithy. And now I would just say, I love being part of a team and I love learning. I mean, in the world of marketing is changing and evolving so much, especially because of this whole new digital wild west that we're all just trying to crack the code and figure it out and and have fun. But the core is obviously the products, but you get to play in a lot of different sandboxes because it all kind of comes together to when you're selling a brand. He know that's so good. Cindy in. I think one thing too is like. You went into a business that you knew you were going to be passionate about with skin care. You know, he said that being in the modeling world, that was the one thing you had to take care of your skin that was sort of your job. That was hard as a commitment to yourself. What is I feel like when people think Cindy Crawford? They think literally, I think this is like flawless skin. Perfect, but we all have our own skin insecurities and skin problems. What is who skin securities, what is maybe something about your skin that you struggle with throughout your life? For me, it's always been like acne, prone skin, makeup products, reacting with my skin..
"cindy crawford" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"I cannot believe right now we are sitting in our living room hanging out with Cindy Crawford. Like this is happening. We are. We've been hanging out all day actually. You know, people might think that, like if we're, we're playing a joke or something, and you know, Stevie doesn't million accents, and maybe he can somehow the Cindy Crawford accent. You guys know Cindy is really here right now. She's actually sitting in my room of the house, which is my favorite room. I had a feeling this. This did seem like like a little bit of the man cave. It's it's literally the only room in the house that his mind, everything else is white and bright and girly. And then this is like leather couch, cigar vibes connected to the patio. So he can easily over there too. Dr. Wall's, fireplace, gigantic TV, very TV. Yes. The percent for watching Barney. She don't. We were talking about how you know that night when we met you, Cindy, CD was with me and we were there for your meaningful beauty event. And you know. Today, you guys, if you're wondering, well, what a city doing at your house, you know. We, we've been working closely with Cindy over the past couple of months to do a really fun and unique collaboration with my blessed box. And so when the opportunity came about it was seriously like a dream come true for me, especially after meeting Cindy at her Malibu house. She did a blogger event, and I remember that day I was driving up to your house and I thought, what is this gonna be like? Like she's gorgeous obviously, but I wonder like what? What kind of event is this going to be? From my perspective, Suzanne was very hues. Very hormonal. I was just gonna say she just had a baby. Yes. She's the baby was only three months old. She was trying to breastfeed and make that work with all the shooting and stuff that we do, which was so hard. I saw it firsthand how hard that was for her. And so that night we came to your house. It was one of those things where it's like, okay, we're going to this event like it's at Cindy's house. I hope. It's cool. We don't really know because I DAT Rowen Nobu though remember. Oh, no, no, that was that was deprive. Yeah. But you never really know when you're going into these things. What people are going to be like, what the field is going to be like. And I just remember her you making her feel completely comfortable and accident as we got there, but making also her feel feel good and giving her so much advise. And so honestly, when sausage, she's like, loves you. She really talking about you sweet honestly, in the influence of world, I do feel like there is this crossover between getting cool opportunities to work with, you know, traditional celebrities and getting to team up with them in certain ways. And in the past I've gotten to meet a lot of really cool people and I'm not discrediting that, but it is seldom do people in general, like invite you to their home and are just so welcoming, and so kind and loving and you were exactly that and to be like this icon who I'm stepping into your home, and I don't know what to expect just instantly there was this warmth about you. So to be able to kind of go full circ. And now here you are in our home, it's it's just it's such a cool experience and it's such a blessing. Honestly, I think we have to ask us any, like, you know, there's a lot of celebrities who are there that celebrity type where they're not warm, welcoming. They don't want anything to do with anyone and then there's others who are nice to your face..
"cindy crawford" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"I guess you can say it was sort of my first who rob back into it. And so I just remember going to the event that day and just getting ready for it, and it was just such a process because man, having a newborn baby just makes it so much harder. I realized to get ready for these things than more than it used to. Anyways, I remember we left teeny with our friend John who was babysitting her. And I remember as we were driving to Cindy's house, which is where she was hosting this intimate event with just a few girls. I remember thinking like, wow, this is going to go two ways either. I'm going to go to this event in. It's going to be like one of those events that sometimes we go to his influencers where you get to meet celebrities and you get to like. Learn about their products or whatever, but it ends up being the sort of like, I don't want to say waste of time, but you end up kind of going to the event and you're just kind of standing around and you're like, okay, what was the point of this? Like? I don't really feel like I belong here anyways, or it was going to go the other way where I go to the event, and I was gonna feel really uplifted, and awesome and amazing. And that was the other option. I remember on our way they're seeing our in the car, and I got a text message from John that said, you know, teeny is not responding very well to the formula I had to leave behind because I didn't pump. And so that was the first time teeny was drinking formula. And at the time I was breastfeeding and I remember as we were driving towards Cindy's house, I thought, what in the world am I doing right now? Like I'm a new mom, and I just like left my baby there when she's hungry, and I instantly felt this like guilt as a mom lake. I got a wh. Am I being selfish right now? Like, what am I doing. Thing, and I was also my hormones were really heightened at this period of my life. And truthfully, I was going through a little bit of the post-partum blues, and so Steve e. you were there and you remember when we walked up to Cindy's house on what happened in when she answered the door, she was too. So immediately. Cindy has this like vibe procedures, so chill. She so calm. And she's really a cool chick, like I mean, like cool in the sense of like old school cool where it's like, that's a cool person away. They're cool like they're calm there. She's a very calm presence, and I feel like that's exactly the kind of vibe that you needed because you're just so frazzled. And I kept telling me baby, it's going to be okay. Like, you know, we gotta do this part of our business, and and then when we got there, Cindy came up and was like, hey, guys, welcome. My house was so warm instantly to where I felt comfortable within the first ten minutes to be like when she asked me like, how's it going? I was like, oh my gosh. I just left my baby with a sitter and she's not liking the form. Alah, but she's drinking at anyway because she's hungry, and I just my heart was hurting and I felt so bad. And here I am pouring it out to Cindy Crawford of all people. And her response was really amazing because she said to me, look, I'm a mom, I get it if you need to go back in breastfeed your daughter and then come back and meet us that's totally fine or do what you need to do. And instantly when she said that, I thought, wow, a lot of celebrities don't even first of all, give you the timer data just like first of all, just take the second to even talk to you. And when she said that, I thought, wow, there's something about this woman that's different, and I feel like I need to stick around like I feel like I need to like stay here. This is going to be good for me, and so I stuck it out..
"cindy crawford" Discussed on The Good Life with Stevie & Sazan
"Enjoy. What is racking everybody welcome back to the good life with Stevens is on on Stevie. This is on you guys in welcomed. Today's show is going to be not only good. Is gonna be Greg great. It's going to blow your mind you guys, we have to special guests today. Now, one of them is Cindy Crawford, and the other one is a very, yeah, no big deal. Just Cindy Crawford with the other one is a very special victory, small person. Because today's episode, you probably noticed that we didn't have a freestyle, and that's because we are here at home in our den, and our other special guests is. Teeny. Teeny, thanks for joining us on the show today. When we were preparing for an interview with you Suzanne and I wanted to ask you the question, are we the best parents in the world or are we the best parents in the world. Danny. Oh, we're the greatest parents of all time hands down. No competition ever. One hundred thousand percent. Thank you. That's a really sweet answer. Teeny while moving on to our next question teeny, what do you like to chew on more hands or feet or both. Wow, both same time hands feet in the mouth. You guys. She actually does do that hands feet combo in the mouth. It's honestly a talent. I feel like I'm more impressed by the hands feet in the mouth in anything else is on. What do you think? I'm just holding teeny right here script. She wants it good bully distracted. We're going to hand it off to Sean because Sean this year at our house today, producing this episode, you guys but says, I think you've been giddy all day cited for this episode in this interview and just unclouded nine right now. I, I don't know if I'm on cloud. Maybe we should call it cloud, Cindy Crawford. I mean, I have literally been a bene- a fantasy Crawford. I feel like since the beginning of time and teeny you too. Okay, teeny fine. I guess we'll tell them the story of how we met Cindy, you got it. What else? What I think teeny saying, mom, dad over this, I have to go poop. Yup, that's definitely what she said. Bye bye team my bad day Britney to the rescue, the beauty. I mean, can you imagine if we did our podcast in our house on the regular, we would never get anything done two percent and we only have one kid. Imagine you pay like three, four kids trying to do a podcast in the house that he comes and he's like, do we have any chocolate Bill. Arizona's podcast TIMMY. Yeah. And then like naming around did interesting. Yeah. I always wondered if like a to hopscotch and I'm like, yeah, you don't need my permission to hopscotch baby go, you know what? Guys? If if you're listening right now, we, we really do have a good show in store for you. We're just getting warmed up here. You know, fireplace, literally, literally, Cindy Crawford actually was at our house today all day and it's no gimmick. This is no joke. It's no April Fools. You know, we have been so excited about the collaboration that I've been working on behind the scenes with Cindy and my bless box. Literally this month October, we are releasing our.
"cindy crawford" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast
"And together they created this editorial in cambre sands by this seaside in britain a and they were totally revolutionary they were shot with the nikkon f4 camera with kodak triax fell are a very straightforwardly printed and what was so starting about them was kate kate was wearing a pera birkin stocks cape was fifteen and one of a very first shoots it wasn't her first cover for the face she had done something before with jamie morgan but kate was so young with so unlike any beauty that had come before we have to we have to point out that it was the tail end of the age of the supermodel the amazonian goddesses christy turlington cindy crawford touch yana potatoes the linda evangelista naomi campbell these women were beyond normal they they were undeniably gorgeous and people do not lie about those sculptural idealize yes thorns hailing losses is not she's tact with a whole different shades a little she was shorter she was totally unconventional in the way she looked had teeth were bit funny she had bowed legs she was goofy she was awkward but in a very authentic way and these court moments that that current captured for those of you who are naturally recording daily read a little too short peres can corn day was born in airlink a town in west london she said that her mother had run a brothel and our father had robbed banks they divorced when she was five her grandmother raised her as a girl she said she liked the spend hours in the photo booth at woolworths with our friends she left school at sixteen worked briefly as a training a bank then flew around the world's an airline coretail of a tire of she met in a plane suggest that you take up modeling she did a guess chains nats me is like leads right up to what he just toyo yeah monday that they were match made in heaven they really were because i am kate koren's saw all too eager there.
"cindy crawford" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show
"And then which are the cognitive bias is that that's not actually social proof authorities somewhat but there's something caught association bias which basically means we associate since women and men thinks cindy crawford beautiful and she's in the commercial with the product we associate without realising it maybe i'll look like her none of us can look like cindy crawford with there's a reason you use it's also you could add and there is a forty two because celebrities are perceived as authorities so they used to cognitive biases from second thirty one to sixty then and aca say i'm doing this out of order i would actually have the video and i'd be replaying it slow playing it and it doesn't have to be every thirty seconds you want to go wherever the theme change sick it might be seven seconds whatever next you would go here let's say sixty one that i'll change changing eighty seconds okay and then one thing that i noticed we'll just pick up that region of france or something so they did the french region what psychological aspect of people's personality does that appeal to scarcity may be rarety is not actually wanted 25 cognitive isis but it's it's on the right track getting warmer desire exclusive this yeah so the actual bias i would put this it is curiosity combined with the forty because the way they made it sound is like it's some magical region like jacks magic beads but more important it's curiosity when the second hugo if they had said developed in los angeles county anc curious you note which are familiar with your knocked curious with about right that's the depth like guys is women like if you see christian gray in uh fifty shades of great which the verse movie made six hundred million dollars in his truly horrible movie in terms of the act stuff what women love it because christian graves like this guy like busy like me does he not likely not okay humans are affected massive we by curiosity by bias like you said exclusivity makes us but exclusivity as well.
"cindy crawford" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Valentine dot com well let's get new well hold on lou gram because i was watching the press conference today and then i got another let me get you the latest in the greatest as wing break this whole down on judge this whole down on judge roy moore this is a woman no that's not the transgender persons this is always the transgender wearing a trump had round up a uh oh oh oh oh my wife pointed this out and i know some of you folks have you seen and look i don't want to anybody any body nobody at the don't get this take this room but cindy crawford has got this new i guess furniture line or something decent commercials ford they don't really show close she looks like she's still looks fabulous but in several shut my wife was excited to say this but i mean she looks like caitlyn general and and i look at the girls you did i mean these are the first glance especially the last shot on the way out is that cindy crawford or caitlyn i mean who would've thought we were getting us too is must be the 21st century and we must be spiraling out of control when now we can't tell the difference between bruce jenner and cindy crawford i mean it's just online judge anyway hold on just second okay yes second woman is accusing roy more she's got a year book now i don't know she showed yearbook that had more and more heads the abc something like uh to a sweeter or more or more beautiful girl i could not say merry christmas nineteen 77.
"cindy crawford" Discussed on KTRH
"Five eight zone for jody don't all drew barrymore ramona shaking his head is at yours ramon what's yours valley ramon says he doesn't look as smut and then he said element fearsome jared go late lady oh wow yeah yeah jeremy kohl often also known as cocoa four rashid known as cocoa unless usually the monarch mcnary to i oh yeah yeah yeah okay all right color go donald who wore what hall girl and welcome back harder check that not because i'm not sure robert go vote what year was that ifor revolver with oh dirt was big i mean you'd think about i don't know who would be the equivalent today as a sex symbol not a singer actors but just as a complete sex symbol symbol chris go cindy crawford i didn't know cindy crawford was in there what year mid eighty picked up like that did not know that doug go vicky myth who is also in the call now and in a calls myth yeah what you're was it nick knight uh ramon says cindy crawford was 90s cody go said he crawford already fedotov you remember what year a m added by 95 it okay all right howard go margo tom revving up in the urban i'm thinking sorry app never good to sink lam owner color go collar go oh a oh remember what your or all the thick off his first wife right yeah she's the one that the whole raging bull thing was about vicky i think is hit the he passed recently but vicky i think was the name of his current or no reason wife all right we have to move onto serious matters of the day you know one thing playboy did better than anybody else was selfpromotion going out and get people that created a news story hafner was a genius at that planned your christmas party now we only have.