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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

03:47 min | Last month

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

"So here's the speed round. i ask everyone and The first question is what is beauty mean to you. Beauty is a feeling i believe. It's a feeling that you have on the inside about yourself and it is a feeling that you leave the people who surround yourself with or the people that you interact with and i think inherently. It's a good feeling. What is your daily makeup. Routine your quick maker purdue quit make routine would be you know. Skincare routine obviously and then Conceal her brow. Bronze blush couple of eyelashes. If it's really quick. And then i would say like a little bit of lip balm only liner in bomb dot super-quick day to day. And how about your favorite cocktail favorite cocktail eleven moscow mule love imago rita. I love just a straight keeler on the rocks. I love old. Cocktails basically have never met. What mike are you a cupcake or a crist lover. Chris chris hundred percent saw avery old. Yeah all day long all right one last question. What is the craziest thing you've ever done just for fun. I danced onstage with flo rida. I'm trying to think of saying let's any to think of things that i probably could repeat on this podcast festival but you need to have a little more fun road. I know wyatt thousand percent needs to have more. I house and i'm like this year it's done done. I need to fun. Yeah this gives you permission. So could you tell everyone where we could hear more and find an and find. You will anybody who wants to find me his my home address and my my bone. But i'm i'm rosie h.w. On instagram rose. Inc dot com. If you'd like to find out more about pet it's dot com definitely recommend any new mothers. Oh parents to to check out those products and really. That's how you can find me. I think other than probably combating pr company. It was such a joy talking to you. And i'm really grateful that you came on the podcast and i look forward to meeting on person monday. Yeah me too. But we thanking is such an icon big kiss for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows this holiday season pepsico is partnering with toys for touch to give a gift with every bottle. With every purchase specially marked pepsi mountain dew and sierra mist two liter bottles pepsi cola will donate ten cents to toys for tots. So head on over to your local giant and give the gift of giving happy holidays from pepsi at american public university. We believe quality education must be more affordable. That's why as a leader in online higher education. We focus on minimizing costs and maximizing return on learner investment and we believe higher education must be more accessible so our online programs start every month american public university within reach without limits. Learn more at american public. You dot com..

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

04:35 min | Last month

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Beyond the Beauty with Bobbi Brown

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on With Whit

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01:44 min | 7 months ago

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Ringer Dish

"There's like all these pictures of them. I'm twenty thirteen was wearing Kylie going her gothic as members wearing black okay. She's wearing black lipstick. It's a good little time piece from the past that you can look upon now. The all look like completely different people than when this Christmas traded twenty-seven Kylie was hiding her pregnancy would try to Sky A. Yeah yeah a lot of stuff happens it's There's a lot of photos taken but there's a lot that goes on on like for example Kylie hid a bump for the entire Party. Took a photo. Everyone's very respectful. Wow So last year Kinda and Kim took it over like I said this is when it went kinda weird as tiny as like you know. It's crazy now yeah. It was like a white winter. WHOVILLE it was? Yeah D- do you follow any of this. Do you know what I'm talking about. No key absurd. Do you follow the Christmas Eve content from the crash in any way. I'm GONNA say no. Well Emilia Yeah. Of course okay. Good specs I don't know I if you like. You can't escape this content. A celebrities are really nothing over the holidays. The KARDASHIANS have control okay. And it's interesting to see who gets invited to these things exactly so especially since we're talking about Caitlin in the crash family dynamic last year or twenty two thousand eighteen. There's this huge drama because Caitlin was completely on the outside Chris After her book that that was like really shady towards Chris and then the whole family gotten this enormous fight because Kaelin was invited. Anyway it's like a good benchmark each year to see where we're exactly everyone stands right example going into twenty nineteen. We don't know anything like they haven't released any Christmas card yet. When that comes out of rear thank you and then? They haven't released any details like if Kim is doing it again. I wonder if Connie as new Christian language dynamic will be the you know what how much will affect something. He'll probably do like a pre showing of his opera. Oh you think I like a three hour our Nativity. Yeah and it's weird because now you know Kim going into this New Year is like I'm going to start dressing less sexy and kind of like paring down a lot of their lavish lifestyles themselves. But last year Carney was the one that wanted like an ice rink in their house. He wanted the entire block covered in snow. Not just the house. Did that happen. No she had to shut it down as a whole episode on keeping the she was like. I'm really stressed about these finance. I could also see. Connie he came out in those pictures wearing silver over on face. I feel like I just because it's Connie I feel like key. It was accidentally lead silver paint. And he'll be like you know. Couldn't you see that happening a little bit. I China bring darkness at his category. I won't happen I WANNA talk about lead poisoning right now so I'm thinking this year. Yeah predict the theme. That's tough if any again it will be literally. Nothing will just be their house or it'll be something super fucking weary marble re marvelous that the he's he must graves one hundred percent attending. Yes right. She'll probably say oh. Aw that'd be lovely. Normally John Legend as they should switch it up they should shed. They should switch off Kylian. Travis right now are not in a relationship. I think you're getting back together at the holidays. Brings people together Kendall right now a single but maybe she'll I dunno tristen enclosed definitely. Not Great to thing. I don't think Tristan will be invited. And they also don't think Kaitlyn will be invited did which this time of year. You know you WanNa together as you will not come across because you follow zero. Liz actually asked me this morning. How many follow on social media and I was like I don't know because I was like Donald Trump will you don't follow him on twitter because this shit gets POPs up on your timeline anyway? You you know it's just like you just don't need to follow one Kardashian. And it's Kendall. I don't know why. Wow it's really weird the only one. I almost followed her today. When I found that out on principle I felt like I shouldn't okay? I'll be sending me stuff the holidays. Are you going to be following along. I will be following along to see like I love the Chris- Christmas cards are insane That David Lachapelle one were caitlyn before caitlyn transitioned When she was still bruce like trapped in the job I thought about was the one? You're talking about nick on over the hawk. It was over the top so random. They're like at a casino. I was like what is going. Hang on but is it last year that it was like really pared down and they were like it was like a bad like yeah entirely it on I was like what is this this before for. Yeah the advent calendar each day. They did a new photo shoe. Yes all White Denim we shall see. Perhaps I'm the only person in the world that cares this much. All right next category at not worth the T.. Another fat one. You guys buckle up Kate. It's not nearly as bad as last week though this. This is Kobe watch guys. I prefer not being sponsored by Qube. I know we've talked about Kuby ally. I think we're just really confused by it but if you want your onto we're open to it it's also just really refund say so inqu- watch this week. Rosie Huntington Whiteley of transformers end being married to Jason. STATHAM has a show coming to Quebec because everyone has a show coming to quit and basically it's going to be by the producers of project but it's going to be a beauty show and basically she's going to like get up and up close and personal quote unquote with beauty industry trailblazers but put my thing is like I never want models to tell me about beauty products because they look like. They looked through genetics surgery and having lots of money and like not through. We're using a certain kind of moisturizer. We talk about this all right here. Yeah Not WanNa hear Rosie hunting widely with her fucking face. Tell me about beauty products us to continue looking like me right like I don't that doesn't help me in the slightest bay so I'm against that also coming to a streaming service near you soon and I was pretty excited for this until I saw the trailer. This is called spinning out and it's a movie about ice skating. Basically on January first coming to net flex its with January January Jones and Kaya Godal. Oreo I was really into the ice skating beat during the Olympics. When you're like I will absolutely like watch ice skating movie? Auditions with this one is it looks pretty bad too. Is that school. Reo is twenty seven January. Jones is playing her mother and she's forty. One and January. Jones is not look forty-one January Jones looks about thirty five so just them like doing scenes together and like you did not give birth to her. Yeah it looks. She looks like her older sister. It's such weird choice. I'm like who looked at her. Yeah people will believe this. Correct me if I'm wrong. I mean January Jones. They know has like bright. Blond hair doesn't the main girl. The protagonists have dark brown. Dark hair really fair skin skin. They don't look alike. I don't understand the streets at all. Yeah but yeah. It looks pretty bad but I will definitely watch it. So Yeah Ice Skating Hell. Yeah Hell Yeah. This is the last piece of crashy the news I'm GonNa give you also bear with me for fifteen more seconds. Okay Journal Woods as we all know. We discussed in length. She went on Red Table Talk on facebook and ended this big. It's like quote unquote like blow out of an interview about the whole cheating scandal at Tristan Thompson. I guess there was a deleted part of that segment. Men where she took a lie detector test and it was just released as Bread table talk kind of like engine. High tanked yeah and she took a lie detector test and she passed and she said that she did not sleep with Tristan Thompson. My thing is like a release that at the time so it's all one narrative the unfortunately differently. No one cares anymore. Truly even me which is saying and then chloe was posting on her instagram after everyone is talking about it and said liars are always ready to take. What's stopping so fucking forgiving? People know exactly what the fuck they're doing damn so soon about this right. Everyone has moved on. Yeah what the Hell Post ten months ago. I am fortunately passed us. That was really suspicious that they would wait this time. No idea yeah why rethink thank your content strategy trendy right. The ringer would never okay. This week Greta Thunberg was sunbird. Right so I say that right. She was named. Time's time's person of the year very exciting. She's great however she really just Pale. In comparison to Joaquin Phoenix. who was named pitas person of the year and Greta is cover of times really cool? She was like standing on Iraq and like she's in a Hoodie. You know looking very like natural as she has. There's like water sprang up behind her. Walking Phoenix just took it to the next level. He is basically on this ad for pita being there percent of the area and we are all animals and he. It's a picture his face and then there's a rooster in front of his eye where it looks like the roosters. I is his I. It's very disturbing. Yeah and unfortunately I'm not getting this from veggies dot com because they are really slacking they did not appear to cover this. which like what else are you writing about like? You're not gonNA write up. He'd as person of the year at his Phoenix CENEX. So yeah. That's a real. That's a real. Like oversight on juice part I may have to part ways with them and just go somewhere else where I can get the content that I need but congrats grottes walking Phoenix Sorry maybe next year. Yeah I mean. He is out there protesting with dead animal. I know he deserves right. I take notes take notes. Coates is next one okay. This is actually infuriating. Because I don't know how many times I have seen this. There was like a twitter moment of it. There's been articles everywhere. And it's like Doc. Okay Jennifer Aniston. She got nominated for the morning. Show Great Brad Pitt. Got Nominated for once upon a time in Hollywood. Great this is the golden all of this is the Golden Globes and people are like Cole. My God might be.

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

14:01 min | 1 year ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"And doing all the kind of things an intent does an office. I went back to school after we finish the we. Can I finish my exams. And then I had the intention of going back you could leave school back then at sixteen ecksteen and if you wanted to go to university or college or to do the final. Two years of my intention was to do. The last. Two years of schools are seventeen eighteen which is called sixth form in the UK UK. In the summer. Before I started six I'd gone up to London with a friend and my uncle lived in London time and going up to London with a big deal. It was a country farm. Go Oh and so. We were sort of been London. You know walking along Oxford Street kings row go into the museums and my mom called me one day and she said you better go and POCA head into the modeling agency because Darling. It's not what you know. It's who you know in fashion and that was one of the many Sri pieces of vice. My Mum's giving me over the years. And so I sort of you know begrudgingly. Kick my hails and went and poked my head in and there was a new book her and she said You know I've been tasked with building out a new faces division. Can I take some polaroid's view this you know. Maybe something and she took some food came back in. Oh Wow she took some polaroid's she went back. She came back. You know ten minutes later and she said in need to grow your eyebrows. We'll have to do something about the head the braces I guess they'll come off in time. Hopefully the skin clear up. But what do you want to go out on some costings and I thought all I WANNA do is go on a shoe because then I can see what job opportunities there are within the fashion industry. Because you didn't talk was these images that you'd see in magazines and and I was always fascinated by what went on to make these images. What was the creative tip process of it who was onset It was just so magical to me and so I said yes I would love to out on some costings and very quickly. CLE- started to get opportunities to test shoots and then quickly from that. Started to to get bookings and it was then a few months later I was in New New York. A voice been really lucky with my career always worked wherever the work has been quality dispute it. But I've been really lucky I've always worked to move to New York so that was when I was sixteen. I then spent a bit of time. Just traveling I went back to school. Remember my my mom saying to me and I sort of had a bit of breakdown and she said you father and I will support whatever you do but this sounds like a once in a lifetime opportunity and I think you should run with it because it seems to be going. I'm pretty good. Oh they were completely out of it and so at seventeen. I decided to leave school. Go full time and spend a Lotta time in Paris in Europe and then went to New York for two weeks and called my mom and said I'm not coming up getting my first apartment. I love you and she was like great. Go for it and it's truly being. I think the biggest gift my parents have given me as the encouragement to fly. And let me go thing. I think if parents are constantly Salih handcuffing their heads. Then you're never know what they're potentially my mom at seventeen. I graduated high school and the next month. She was like you have to leave this house. Yeah it's like it's time for you to go fine. I'm just moving to New York. She said Great. Go do it and it was the best thing for me. Even though I don't know if I will let my seven year old kid leave. Yeah I know and this is the thing now being a mom I look back on that and I think gosh you know every day. I'm with my son. I think that's one less day. I have of you in my arms. You know you really start to think of these things. That's why I always consider it being the greatest gift that they that they could ever give me just to give me the encouragement support and still to this day. I know that that they're in the same house. I grew up in that just consistent support a normal and grounded and it's and I think it kept me going through all the ups and downs. So yeah because I share a similar career in yours. I mean in the beginning of catalog. Yeah wait like those cute little checks through back. Nobody would know your name. They don't really know your face. How long were you doing catalog until your big big break and I want to know what that was when I started jewelry? The considered commercial or editorial in high fashion commercial modeling as you know. Is this brand's catalogue it's Smiley. It's happy it's wholesome dancing. It's approachable and editorial is much more creative. It's fashion bleach timer. Yeah it's it's smug look. Yeah it's extreme. It's sort of fantasy fashion and luxury. And so so I always fitted into the commercial side and as a commercial model of you were successful. You made money and actually in many cases you made more money than high fashion. Go so luckily for me even though it was never creative enough for me to do catalogue you know. It's pretty standard. It can be you so how can be pretty boring at times. But you know if it's like you say cute checks coming in. I was able to save. I bought my first apartment when I was nineteen in and for me as well. I didn't really have my big break until you know years into the industry. I pounded the pavement. I had a lot of rejection. I was doing work that you know. I wasn't happy happy with and I think that it really gave me this insight to the industry at allowed me to kind of evolve and figure out what I wanted to do and dream three and so it was then I could about nineteen that I got my big break with Victoria secret. Had A few few great moments Burberry Barberie was on my twenty. I bet that was really like a coming of age moment. And that's a big deal. First of all I wanNA come back to. Victoria's secret and burberry but before then what kept you moving. What kept the persistence of getting through catalog? And and just saying I'm not doing what I WANNA do. Yeah but I'm going to continue to keep moving on this trajectory festival because I left school so young. So let me be candid. I had nothing else to fall back on the second of all I was making money and I could see that I was saving and you know like I said I had kind of taken a leap of faith to do this. I DID NOT WANNA like go back home with my tail between my legs and I did not want to go back to school and several several because I really really dreamt and I could see this opportunity for myself and I just knew if I worked hard enough and I played my cards. That's right I could get to where I wanted to be. That's and I find like creative. Visualization really the core of any success. I've had in my life life whether it's in my personal life will career like that is at the core of everything I do is that I've allowed myself to see myself. They're always have a five year plan. I know where I WANNA go condition. It's that's that's ultimately what it comes down to. Do You do vision boards. I think I do well. I moved bought everything. My team will tell that I've seen I've seen the you know where I want to be. It's funny because last time I was home. My mom just went. Why does it come from like I? Just go around like this your father and I on like this and I think it's something I feel lucky. That's always beaten you know in in May you had a taste of it and he couldn't go back. Yeah okay so then. How old were you? When you got Victoria secret? I was nineteen. Okay so Victoria secret. Holy Crap you book the job was it everything and more when he went on set. Yes yes so I walked five shows. No I work for. Vs for about five five years. It was a dream come true. I'd had an American boyfriend for a little bit. And he said we were walking down Broadway and you know the big store and on Broadway and he said that's what you wanted to say. DRE ON LIMA. That's how I thought. Yeah that is like that is that is amazing. Like that is the best of the best to be to be part of that company and so Luckily I've actually had years of doing catalog. In Years of doing lingerie entree I was always the lingerie catalogue curvier than a long week and it was short and boobs. I think they tested me out now on one show. And then the bookings came they were always slow with me. I was never kind of like the girl that I was always very very proud to work with them at time. Yeah and that kind of helped catapult you into high fashion he. I think there was a real shift around the eight when I was about twenty. Four Victoria's secret had led me to who transforms which was my first film. I'd actually. She's not a actress ball. Actress remember versa the Maxwell and we were sitting there front row and I was like so oh you live in. La Is that because of your job and you go. Oh Do you think I'm an actor. Yeah I know I'm not an actress. Wow I'm no definitely no. It was an opportunity of a lifetime. I'm glad I I did it but I I failed that it was something. I felt really lucky to try my hand up but nothing I never felt a passion for it and I failed passion for the the things in my life. And that's a whole other story Yeah that led me to Victoria's secret we don't commercial Michael Bay cost me then in transformers transformers and then with that came this whole you know repositioning of me within within my work and also at that time industry took a big shift. I think social media just started to come into play and I think that these girls that were considered to be commercial had much more as approachability. Let's hear what there was. Just just sure that a consumer or an audience related to more with commercial models and so the the industry would see you know these goals followers and the audience was much bega and then happened where you would start to see other the women you know in these kind of high fashion and walking down the runway and suddenly we were being embraced in a different way. Yeah and then of course social social media really is taken off from the last few years which we can talk about because that is I mean your social media is amazing. I swear you put up a chair and I'm like I want that Out Good Aesthetic is so on for you have a social media team. That hope I think for me help for your I like to. I'm just taking pitches all the time. I see inspiration around me everywhere and I see it through. Phone at through. Ought through galleries architecture Fashion Film and I just felt like why am I not sharing all of these things that I've got like countless photographs about an. It's nice to know that people respond respond to them as well and I'm responding grid. Yes girl will your Hasbro. And it's consistent it's very color coordinated so well let's fast forward. Yeah you did fashion. You did runway. Your you've just had so many great moments and now your mother and jackets to jackass tune a bit now and I just i WanNa talk about what is that. What does motherhood mean to you? I was just such a journey. It's hard to even put it into words really because I will say I don't think I was in any way prepared for the emotional side. Eight of becoming a mother I never really been around babies before. I knew it was time to start a family and I knew I had this inkling unclean in me that I wanted to have a baby but the maternal instinct never really kicked in until I gave birth really eight was incredibly overwhelming on on so many different levels because hair was here. I am with this newborn baby that I had this overwhelming sense of love for and it is a huge identity shift and so that first year for me was a mix of like pure joy a lot of anxiety learning is Iran. Dan Redefining my identity to myself to my partner to my work to my son and it's a very intimate kind of have personal experience and really beautiful. Because I feel like I've evolved and grown so much and there is just nothing that comes close to how proud I fail of him and how I just stare stare all day long. So yeah because you're so close with your mom. Have you taken taking any advice from her raising Jack. Yeah you know it's funny. I think as well when I when I found out I was pregnant. You do a lot of looking back on your own childhood Ed Right. You look at the things that we're really impactful to you. The things that really shaped you the things that things that didn't shave you uh-huh and you start to kind of cultivate your own way of parenting You know I had such a great childhood on on so many levels and that but there are a lot of things I wanNA do differently. You know. I'm thirty two thirty two years ago. My parents came from you know completely different print generation and you know the world. I'm living in now. Compared to the world that I grew up in which was a very sheltered rustic country life and the world I live in today and the challenges and the opportunities and the exciting boss paced world that I live in is very different from my own childhood and so yes she's there she's there at the end of the phone own and again just such a huge support and she's just always got my back. Do you know what I make. Sure my mom and be like I've done this. You know you're in the right..

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

"Good I'm very pregnant. Thank you so much for your in the mommy game. Well Yeah Hardcore Jacks like two and a bit now so we kind. I feel like we're over the Hump because the first year is like it it just gets easier and easier and better and better. Oh the best thing even the challenges the good moments of Adam. It's all of it's just. It's really incredible. I'm excited I mean. Everybody has kind of told me that exact same thing. You don't sleep exhausted Mike all the time. Oh Geez Okay first of all. I'm so glad we are wearing the same color because I'm sure you've heard this and I'm sure you're flattered or maybe embarrassed by but you're my style micon never had no I screen shot and you're the most looks say in my saved. I G folder. Aw seriously thanks I really you just have it together. You have like a sense of ease and cool girl. I don't know what it is but it's it's you and when it suits you and the other thing that I always talk about with my friends is that you're always like recycling something like you. Don't just get back where it once again like. You're constantly wearing. Yes are are these looks at you put together. Do you have a stylus. That doesn't like I want the T. one in like fashion since I can remember and that's really why I got into modeling so I thought I'd work on the kind of creative behind the scenes part of the industry and ended up modeling which we can get to well. We have to but I've worked with a STYLUS for red carpet for you. Know the last seven or eight years. And that's really when I feel like I need it because it's a whole other beast but day-to-day I've always put but my outfits together and I just love it. It's like a fun creative part of my morning you put forward your bestself and I've just always loved close. It's just is what it is. I collect them. I'm actually really happy to hear that you put your own looks together. Yeah it's fun right so you'll be. Yeah Okay I love that pleasure love. Yeah so this is an obnoxious stat. You're one of the highest payed models in the world. And I know I know go to. Rosie Huntington is on my podcast to talk about it but I wanNA talk about the road to how you get there. Because it wasn't always an easy one. He started really young and I want to hear from the beginning. Yeah I started working when I was sixteen when we have fifteen at school school. Everybody was Encouraged to take a week of internship someone field of work that was interesting to them and having grown up in the countryside. I had this love for fashion since I can really remember my mum and I bonded over kind of buying the women's magazines and we'd sit together and go shopping my the day I would always ask for a subscription to Elle magazine and bizarre and things and so I really just kind of that was my my passion so when we were given this Tosca Oskar finding a place to to get a work experience. I got out the yellow pages and I just wrote to every kind of fashion brand that I'd heard of Time wrote of handwritten letters posted them. I wrote off the headquarters of brands. You know shops ahead. No idea had no contact the fashion industry whatsoever eleven. This is sixteen seventeen years ago. This is even before the Internet was really kind of booming. And one of the places. I've written off to a modeling agency agency. I came home. Tiny tiny modeling agency so I came home from school about a week later. My Mom said we got a phone call from this modeling agency and they want you to go up in town and I thought Oh my gosh. This is where I'm going to be going on shoots. I thought I would be out in the creative side of the industry and of course you know cut to a few months later. I'm up in London like walk into this tiny little office and I realized that I was actually kind of brought up just to kind of Antioch do faxes and be like you know someone that running the errands. It was such a time in the agency. How mine yeah? It was an and of of course like anybody who knows like an agency. You IT'S A. It's an office and so it was five or six booker's sat around a table. Picking up phone calls You know sending out faxes I would just be sort of there on the computer taking you know taking the phone and making cups tae and pouring wine.

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Of weed on the kitchen. Table and be like. Old. Hi. The song and everything. Meanwhile, this isn't a time when not everybody's walking around with stupid phones. You can't just tech somebody and go, hey, what do you think about this? So the whole time this weeds working on me this guy, and I finally go, you know, what he sounds a Jit. He's been hitting me up all day with this can't be. I didn't even think it could be a scam. I really didn't. They show up to pick this guy up after work in downtown San Diego from where I was. And this guy is fat dirty. But you still we're buying that whole still far like this guy doesn't look at that point. Didn't register in your head that he hasn't been in any water in a long time grounded dirt on that. Heck? Sure. Enough, though, he's like pull up right here. The the toll yards right around the corner. Give me the money. I gave him like my last hundred bucks. Oh boy. Is that a time when one hundred bucks for me was like rent money? This was gonna be the food or rent money. This is going to be a problem. He walked gets out of my car walks down the sidewalk makes a right turn towards what supposed to be the toll yard where he's going to get his van pull out and come around and drop trash bag full of the best. We'd I've ever seen just his sheer gratefulness and like I swear ten minutes passes. And now, I'm going. We'll take a wild takes awhile to get a car out of impact. And I remember getting out of it my car and walking around the corner and seeing a cop and MS downtown San Diego, you know, I don't know whether it was doing there. But it was definitely not welcome. As you know. I'm about to get a giant trash cop car car. Okay. I wait longer thirty minutes past. I haven't seen the guy in a while starting to dawn on me that I may. How long did you wouldn't intimately? I think I waited like forty five minutes before I finally got really bold and walked around the corner and was just like ready to go. What the nobody with the there wasn't. There wasn't a total yard or whatever there that he was clearly using as a prop. But there was nobody working. There was nothing Oakland Don walking away with. Now after work must have been six P seven PM. I drive back to Cardiff from downtown San Diego to walk in and my friends are all sitting around the kitchen table, and they're just you know, it's one of those nights where everybody's hanging in. And I have to tell them this story, and man they are falling out of their chairs. They can't believe I'd been and and we're laughing and crying, you're crying. They're laughing. Oh, that's a rough one. It's so hard to what you when you the I thought I might just got duped. I'm gonna wait it out. I mean, like a fairytale ending still happen. Like, I can just totally know going like man that guy. Does it serve? Up call it a surf shop because I listen, I'm surfer from northern California. I'm down, man. I got. Whole rack boiled fair enough. You hang a garbage bag a weed out in front of me. And I will chase that carrot. Yeah. I wonder if he was working few surf shops like he walked by anyway. I bet you Mark never been anywhere near my shot. I think it had nothing to do with the telephone book look for shop places, and and putting the carrot out there and get some some gullible stone or. Got one on the line. Anyway. Now, you know, the story now, what's what are you talking about? So look these days we do have online and texting. Don't be yourself up. It was many years ago. You learn a valuable lesson. It made you who you are today. Did I he'll never get again. That's true. I never got a little suspicious now everything your trust in the world was diminished garbage bag sticky pot. Purple. Oh, who grew for a hundred bucks? What? If someone contacts you online claiming to be one of the biggest action movie stars in the world. Probably not. Oh, really? And then if that said someone who is a movie star. Says that they're cash-strapped it asks you for money. It's definitely not them. Right. This woman in England. And she fell for it guy claiming to be Jason Statham started chatting her up on Jason Statham fan page. They moved their conversation private. I guess hit it off. She hit it off Jason safe. And she's sure that it's him. They move their conversations private, and he started putting the moves on once. She was convinced that he was in love with her. That's when he started asking for money. Wow. He claimed was having financial difficulties because of a delayed film payment. She's really good talking online. He fell in love with right? Well, maybe there was a picture exchange. He was scouring the internet for pictures of Jason state them. And she was just taking pictures of herself. The real Jason say them is worth about seventy million bucks. I promise you. He's not online asking anybody for money. He's also married. He's married to that chick. Rosie Huntington Whiteley. Oh, good for him. He was in the Mad Max fury road. Also, Victoria secret angel right? Replace Meghan, FOX, and she in the transformers movies. Oh, yeah. So this woman says well, look, she's English vulnerable. My mother and my fiance had recently died. So I was just I was hop- broken. I was open to it. She ended up giving the guy hundreds of thousands of dollars. He actually refuses to say how much she ultimately gave him. But finally, she decided, okay. I don't know why it took her so long. But finally, she went to the police, and that's why we know about the money that she paid this guy that she thought Jason stay than was one of Jason safe them hurt. Here's this. And it's just like, oh, you poor sap. What can you do? I mean, he probably bummed that he played some role in this. And that you know, his name brought about this woman's automatic trust. But you know, you don't give people look, I just told you a story just told you the store you don't get people to your money. You weren't whatever you did to get that money. You don't go giving that away? This woman had hundreds of thousands of dollars to give. So that's good. He picked the right person. You know, most of us would be like Nike noggin meal to help you Jason save. No matter how much you. How little you need? I don't have it. All right. Any what's coming up in the news, ancestry.

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hello. I'm only McHugh with the BBC news. The government of Zimbabwe has defended the operation by security forces following violent protests over a sharp rise in fuel prices. The country's human rights commission said opposition activists had been subjected to severe beatings. Andrew Harding is in Harari. A spokesman Nick Mangano told the BBC that when things get out of hand a bit of this is needed. The country's human rights commission has accused police and army of indiscriminate attacks on civilians as young as eleven soldiers in Harare was seen beating a large group of mini bus drivers in the city on Tuesday evening, president Emmerson mnangagwa's proposal of a national dialogue with position parties has been rejected by the MDC which insists that the authorities should I released several of its MP's and hundreds of civilians. The government says it's tough economic reforms will continue arguing that there can be no progress without. Pain some union leaders and Shuman rights activists remain in hiding Britain's most senior counter-terrorism officer Neal bassoon says he's concerned that right-wing extremists could exploit what he termed as the federal atmosphere around the country's exit from the European Union. Donny Shaw has more details. New police figures show the authorities in England Scotland Wales of foiled eighteen terror attacks in less than two years. Most were Islamist inspired plots four vote far-right extremists. They now account for a growing proportion of counterterrorism work. Nail Basso said detectives were focused on ensuring that supporters of organizations such as the band, right? We extremist group national action didn't get a foothold in the country. The assistant Commissioner said he wanted to stop the far right drift into extreme right-wing terrorism. The authorities in the US state of New Jersey see flights were temporarily disrupted at Newark international airport after two drones were spotted flying nearby. The devices. I've seen flying at just over one thousand meters above a small regional airport a pilot fly near that airport told aircraft air traffic control that one of the drones came within ten meters if he's aircraft. These trillion fundamentally has asked the Chinese authorities for information on a Sydney-based writer young John who has friends suspect may have been detained while on a trip to China. Neither Mr. young or his wife can be reached the novelist has been an outspoken critic of China's communist government, Steven McDonnell is in Beijing family and friends of young June hoping that he's disappearance in China does not lead to another case similar to to Canadians currently being held by state security here the strategy and author and at times vocal critic of Beijing flew into Guangzhou, but then only his wife and her child border connecting flight to Shanghai. These trillion government has made an official inquiry to Chinese officials regarding his where. Bouts world news from the BBC the Chinese model who featured in an ad campaign by don't Chen Gabbana that led to accusations of racism said the controversy controversy nearly ruined her career. So years said she felt guilty and ashamed in a series of videos released by the Italian fashion house in November the model was seen struggling to eat Italian food, including cannoli and pizza with chopsticks if he's embracing say, a group of celebrities have agreed to disclose when they've been paid to endorse products on social media. It comes after investigation into advertising platforms, including Twitter and Instagram. Here's Amerasian for years. Now there have been concerns that celebrities could use their influence online in ways that breach rules around. Consumer protection. Now, sixteen celebrities have accepted they need to be more transparent. Thank you. This thing is Rita ORA, and Eddie, Gordon and the models. Alexa chin and Rosie Huntington Whiteley until now. Their promotional posts have been relatively unregulated, but the competition and Markets Authority and advertising standards authority have intervened citing the interests of consumers from now on post. There have been paid for we need to be clearly labelled as such tens of thousands of young Roman Catholic pilgrims from across the world have attended an open air mass in Panama and preparation for the arrival of pope Francis late on Wednesday. He'll be joining them for five days of festivities surrounding World Youth Day. The pope is expected to mention the plight facing young migrants in Latin America Africa and the Middle East seeking a better life. Elsewhere. In tennis. Serena Williams has been knocked out of the Australian Open. She lost to Catalina please cover of the Czech Republic. After a grueling three-set match. It's the first time that the seven seats place cover has reached the semi finals of the tournament. She'll meet Japan's Naomi Osaka who won last year's US open after herself defeating Williams in the final. That's the latest BBC news. Thanks for the latest. Hello. This is David Carney report from the combat the world's biggest gathering of humanity. Also, the world's biggest religious festival all not the place for political.

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Years ago. Pakistan's most prominent woman, a former prime minister Benazir Bhutto died in a suicide blast in the decade that followed the police investigations intelligence probes and a UN inquiry, but not one murder conviction. A killer was just fifteen years old but questions remain about who trained him who guided him. Why was he commissioned in the first place? The assassination was first released as a podcast, and if you want more detail, you can still and all ten episodes. But for now stay with us. The assassination is coming up after this bulletin of the latest world news. Hello. This is Charles kennel with the BBC news. The government of Zimbabwe has defended the operation by its security forces following violent protests over shop rises in fuel prices. The country's human rights commission said opposition activists was subjected to severe beatings. Andrew hound hunting is in Harari. Zimbabwe's government is brushed off allegations of systematic torture by security forces. A spokesman Nick Mangano told the BBC that when things get out of hand a bit of firmness is needed. The country's human rights commission has accused the police and army of indiscriminate attacks on civilians as young as eleven soldiers in Harare was seen beating a large group of mini bus drivers in the city on Tuesday evening. President Denison mnangagwa's proposal of a national dialogue with opposite. Parties has been rejected by the MDC which insists that the authorities should I released several of its MP's and hundreds of civilians. The government says it's tough economic reform. Forms will continue arguing that there can be no progress without pain. Britain's most senior counter-terrorism officer Neal Bassey's says he's concerned that right-wing extremists could exploit what he termed as the feeble atmosphere around the country's exit from the European Union. Danny Schorr has more details. New police figures show the authorities in England Scotland Wales have foiled eighteen terror attacks in less than two years. Most were is missed inspired plots four vote far-right extremists. They now account for a growing proportion of counterterrorism work. Nail Basso said detectives were focused on ensuring that supporters of organizations such as the band right extremist group. National action didn't get a foothold in the country. The assistant Commissioner said he wanted to stop the far right drift into extreme right-wing terrorism. A British delegation to the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos is expected to lay out on Wednesday. The UK's proposals to sign free trade agreements after Brexit. The. The push for support by the international business. Community comes a day. After a number of companies said they were in the process of moving operations away from Britain. The authorities in the US state of New Jersey have temporarily grounded flights at Munich international airport after two drones were spotted flying nearby appointed flying at a nearby private airport told air traffic control that one of the drones came within ten meters of his aircraft from New York. Here's Nick Bryant. The modern day scourge of drone sightings came to the north east. Coast of America last night with two devices spotted near Newark, one of the three main airports serving New York City to incoming flights reported sightings, prompting air traffic control to order, a brief grand stop. But the eleventh busiest airport in the US as a precaution. Some planes had to circle overhead at least one was forced to land in Philadelphia. But United Airlines the main operator at Newark claimed disruption have been minimal. We'll news. From the BBC. The Australian foreign ministry has asked the Chinese authorities for information on a Sydney-based writer young Jun who his friends suspect may have been detained while on a trip to China. Mr. young her former official in the Chinese foreign ministry has been an outspoken critic of China's communist government and his friends are said to have warned him against travelling to the country. The authorities in Britain say a group of celebrities have agreed to disclose when they've been paid to endorse products on social media. This comes after an investigation into advertising on platforms, including Twitter and Instagram Britain's competition and Markets Authority says their post seven influence on what their fans purchase. Here's a moron for years. Now, they've been concerns that celebrities could use their influence online in ways that breach rules around. Consumer protection. Now, sixteen celebrities have accepted they need to be more transparent. Thank you. This thing is Rita ORA and Eddie, coding and the models. Alexa chin and Rosie Huntington Whiteley until now their promotional posts have been relatively unregulated, but the competition and Markets Authority and advertising standards authority have intervened citing the interests of consumers. From now on post that have been paid for we need to be clearly labelled as such Tonga has severely restricted social media usage. After the failure of nearly all the Pacific island kingdoms communication links with the rest of the world engineers say it could take up to two weeks to fix the damaged undesired cable that links Tonga to Fiji which caused an almost complete blackout of telephone and internet services and in tennis. Serena Williams has been knocked out of the Australian Open. She lost to Carolina Priska there of the Czech Republic. After grueling three-set match. It's the first time that the seventh seed Piscopo has reached the semi finals of the tournament. She'll meet Japan's Namie Asaka who won last year's US open after herself defeating Williams in the final. And that's the latest BBC news. BBC World Service. Welcome to part two of the assassination with me, Owen Bennett Jones..

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on You Must Remember This

You Must Remember This

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on You Must Remember This

"So feel Lauren merit had just a handful of sentences in the nineteen fifty four time magazine story that occasioned Gina's debut on the cover, but the nineteen year old was already a net buzzing around the twenty six year old Lollobrigida they first met at the Berlin film festival that year, gene, over fused to dissipate in a photo op with Lauren until Yvonne de Carlo of all people agreed to get in the middle of the two talion actresses at another event that year with both Lauren and Lollobrigida in attendance. It was suggested that the two actresses participate in you live chest measuring contest, Lauren allegedly. Agreed while a disgusted Lollobrigida stormed out. Both actresses over the years would make catty and snide comments insisting that the onus of the rivalry rested entirely with their rival this was of course, a way of perpetuating the rivalry as was low lows habit of making proclamations drawing attention to their differences as when she said we made completely different careers. I wanted to be an artist more than anything else. I wanted a career on a high level. The implication was that Lauren was a sell-out. She did appear in the second sequel to bread love and dreams in the Lola Brigitta role, which is sort of like Rosie Huntington Whiteley replacing Megan FOX in the third transformers movie by which I mean, it wasn't event that did not matter. What did matter is that? So feel Arain was free to appear in Hollywood movies shot in America like houseboat with Cary Grant during a period when Gina could only appear in European co-productions shot in Europe, thanks to her contract with Howard Hughes, even when that contract expired Gina never made a pilgrimage to Hollywood to show her intent to conquer Hollywood film. She did appear opposite major American stars such as fr. Sinatra and rock Hudson in movies that were widely released in America. But these movies were set in Europe and usually shot there. As little number aged her acting career began to taper off, and she kept herself busy with art. As a tiger for and sculptor..

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

"And so that was really amazing. Mazing doubles moment. And then on daily basis, like, yeah, it's like, wow, my, I got my son, you know, actually, I sleep trade him earlier on in the year in in may and I, I kind of I did it load because it's not something for everybody. Well, Jason couldn't handle it and. I sleep train them and you know he, he was struggling to sleep through the night and we, we had to do a little bit of sleep training annoyed, just kind of took back the control of. Of a situation and I got him sleeping through the night. And that was really, really big accomplishment because was I really didn't wanna do I really didn't wanna have to to do the sleep training. You're like, wake up in the military to do now. You you, you know you, you sort of you'll there and you've, but you, you know, you let them cry, cry. Let right out. Yeah. And you know, a little people will be listening to this in the west mother, but it it's really common lot of people do it in his for everybody, but it was, you know, I just didn't wanna have a four year old kit that was sleeping in my bed. Yeah, that was a big. That was a big thing. And again, I before his like. Gonna be an issue, ma'am. Definitely going to do that. And you know you have this baby. Wow, it's really hard. It's really hard to watch your kid cry my God. It's the west west was experience ever. Yeah. And I feel like you're going to have a really good answer this question. But the last question I always ask is, what does success mean to you? Well, I think success means happiness in the in the very short, simple simplified onset. But I think success for me is kind of. Thriving in a situation where you. Inspired it and evolving and. Happy, you know, I think, and that's not just in career that's in every since you're in an environment where you feel. Excited, an inspired and and positive. It's a really big question to us because it's like it's hard to answer it was with a really kind of like an actual answer. Yeah, but because it it, unlike thinking about him, I'm going to rephrase it. What is success mean to you? Right now. Success means to me right now being with my family being healthy. And being spy by the what I'm doing and to to be walking into environment where I fail really excited every day about what I'm doing and and and having a big plan and feeling like it's on the edge by fingertips. Yeah, yeah, that's a great feeling. Yeah, I love this quote like it's it says life begins at the edge of your comfort zone. I really liked Niklas. I got a, I just like hanging out on the edge Calloway. Yeah, get up the Anna, anything just kinda stay there. You so much for joining us today on girl boss, radio, if you liked what you heard. Remember to subscribe rate and review, tell your friends. It helps us rank up the very dude heavy category of business podcasts in the podcasts app on your iphone. If that's what you use, and we just like it and want to know what you like if you don't like it. But just mostly if you like it follow at girl boss at grow boss, radio

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

"Products that you're using. Right. What's sports? What are you using on your face? Okay. In skin, I skin fuss. So I actually just started using biologic Russia's love saying that I just started to use that products. I went for facial in New York with women did not rescue sparred. It was probably the best facial I've ever had. And she said, you gotta try these products. And so I mean, I've been working trying those odd moso really big fan of ice clinical products which based out of which is based out of LA that labar trian I've been using minerals products for something that's more natural as well. I mean, I'm like a product junkie, so I'm constantly switching things around. I also struggled a little bit with my skin. It's like a welcome progress. All the time. I have breakouts acne, dry Scana, white skin. And so probably considering my products time, but. I just I, I love I love products. And then this morning in the shower, you Sarah Chapman's cleanser, which is just like beautiful aromatherapy oils and yeah, I'm product toll. I'll choose things based on the smell. Yeah, I'm just like it smells so good. Put it in the packaging. So cute. Do you think you'll ever segue rose Inc into its own beauty line or skin care line? Listen, I'm really excited. Full larrikin. Go weather. Slight can go. I have always thinking five years ahead. I always have done. That's I really put a lot of my, you know, success down to always thinking Fullwood annoys thinking why you wanna be in five years and picturing myself that whatever environment it might be and think of myself in that driving seat. I definitely have plans and I have big plans and hopes for it, and I would love to see where it guys, but I'm also really excited to let our audience dictate to us what they want. So I think you have to be, you know, flexible. You have to always like have a really clear idea where you wanna go, but you also have to be ready to to flex and move with the pivot with the couples that get thrown at you in business and and life in general and what your customers want. 'cause yeah, sometimes it's not about what? Yeah. Oh, my man always says to me, you know, when the river takes you laughed, you know, and you wanted to go. Right. You just have to go laughed. It's like you have to be prepared to to move in flow with with life and you know?.

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

"Yeah, I think you know, it's really funny that I do feel that a law now, you know, in the lawsuit of five to seven years, really kind of pivoting my career more into business and building out, you know, businesses and brands for myself and it becoming more and more rail since the launch of rose Inc. I do really feel sometimes I'm in these rooms with much more educated women and men, and you know, more experience in a different background from from mine and I sort of second guess myself a law and it. It is an interesting one because. Although I don't have that business background, all that business degree, and I would really have liked to would love to have that. And if I could live several lives at once, I would be studying something of that nature. But I think what amazes me and what I think you'll probably agree on its how while your instincts of you. And I think that's one of the things I really remember from reading you'll you'll book is is like, is the is how instinctual you'll convey and how that conservatives so fob on any education and the importance of awesome questions surrounding the people that are better than you. Those incidents are important in it's some sometimes are easy to have. There's other times I have instincts, but I need write a whole book or spend like a whole lifetime. Just understanding how to follow my in Seattle, trust them such a such a funny thing, especially as someone who like wrote that in a book at some point. Yeah. You think that when people give advice that they live it every? Yeah, it's totally absolutely not the case. We'll get back to our chat with Rosie in just a minute. But first I want to tell you about prudential, so listen, did you know that one third of Americans don't have a clear picture of their finances and retirement planning. The good news is.

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

"I really didn't know what professions that were in the industry because there was no information about of them. These sort of beautiful glossy images. There was no behind the scenes videos like we get now that was no kind of. Festivals these magazines now, hosting or information. 'cause Rennie thing where you really understand what goes on in the industry, what jobs are available. But I knew I wanted to be in the creative side of things and very quickly I was on my shoe and then very quickly I was traveling to Paris, and I was, I started working, I started making a bit of money. I went back to school to finish the last two years of school high school. And I, I was then working and at school and old. By the end of that first year, I kind of had a bit of a break down. I said to my mama in our do both. I'm really struggling as traveling up on the train, at least once or twice a week to shoot and then coming down and try to do my coursework. And she just said to me, you know, it's, it's really up to you. The decision is yours. You're not out now and we, we support you, whatever you want to do. You wanna. Go full time while you wanna go back to school and go back to modeling later is up to you, and then she just looked, man. She said, you know, all I can say is that things are going really well for you right now in this opportunity might not be there if you if you turn it. If you turn it down today might not be the pace in the the trajectory that you're on might not be that when you when you come back to lighter on that, what was highway of basically saying, go darling, go spread your wings and Ango and have go and have a great time and really make the best of this. And I think that conversation to me is so prevalent now in my career, and I feel that she really gave me the freedom to go and it's what I think drives me through every time is that I left school. I left school early. I didn't leave with proper qualifications and it makes me want to strive forward in my career and keep building because I have nothing else to fall back. I'm beach. She gave me. That blessing it really. I think it was a. You know, that was that was really wonderful. I can't imagine letting Bingham now letting my child go. So young off into the big worlds. Yeah. Would you as a parent allow your child to go out into the modeling industry? Sixteen, if you know it's funny because I think I would would not be the first career choice. I would want my son. I think modeling is a tough game. I think modeling in as an industry. It's one of the only industries in in the world where a woman makes more money than a man and has more success in more opportunity. And seeing a lot of male models and the percentage of successful ones. It's really, really small in comparison to successful female models. And so it wouldn't be my first choice full him. But I also think can would hope that I would be open to letting him achieve his dreams in the same way that my parents were. But you know, I think that, yeah, it definitely wouldn't be my first choice for for him as a male. Yeah, I, I experienced this because I did graduate high school, but I got like a paper in the mail like I wasn't really around and didn't go to college, but I've still figured out how to have a career. Yeah, you've had an amazing career. Are there moments your career? We stop and say, I really if I had gone to college, I'd be better at this. I feel terrified walking to this room or speaking in front of these people because they're so much more educated than I am. Let something experienced nearly every day. Yeah..

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

"So now let's get to it. Here's my chat with Rosie Huntington Whiteley. So there's something I like to ask everybody that comes on girl, boss, radio, and it's, you know, what is your first job? Because we all have a first job and people look at someone like you and they think, oh my gosh, she was always a model. My first job was I worked in little bed and breakfast about five minutes down the lane from where I grew up, and I say lane because I really grew up in very, very rural part of the UK Devon, and it's basically farmland and villages. And then there was a local town. So I worked in the bed and breakfast. Yeah, full five minutes down the lane. My dad would drop me down that and I was what was it sounds kinda kinky but I was a chambermaid. That's what my boss called me. But basically it's housekeeping. I was housekeeper and I would go in on the weekends and I would do the changeover. So I will go in, you know, tide of the rooms change over the rooms for the next guests of breakfast. I'm cleaning. It was cleaning seven breakfast, and yeah, it was. That was my first jump and I should. I have always loved working. So an I love, I've always loved making my money. So I really, I didn't joy that. And then I was a waitress. Is most people are some point. How old were you and you're doing this fourteen? Yeah, let's young. Yeah. Well, it's kind of normal. I think in the short is hit to to get a weekend job at that age. And like my parents were really. They would tight with with pocket money. We didn't really get any. I would get. I think by the time I was fourteen, I was not parents would give me about ten pounds a month, eight pounds a month, and I was expected to buy all my feminine hygiene products, Mike clothes, makeup, all this sort of the kind of things that you that you kind of buying that age and you know, my parents, we would. We would really get a sort of new out fair or new parachutes on Beth. They'll Christmas, there was no kind of treating throughout the air and said that money was for me to kind of that was my little disposable income. Yeah. What did you you know when you look at your career today, your work or the arc of your career, were there any things that you learn in that first job as a chambermaid that helped you over the course of your car? You know, I think it was dealing a lot probably with with guests at the hotel at the bed and breakfast, and I think that you know, I guess. Just having really great. Presence and attitude with people that you'll walking around. You know, I think that that something that I've always tried to do not even really try that something I feel like comes naturally, but I think when you're in a people job working in a team that you just you can't thrive in less, you'll you get along with people that you'll, they a-walking with some. Rouzi opened up about her first big break as a model. Okay. So I was sixteen when I saw two modeling and what how started for me was that I'd always really from as young as I can sort of remember. It probably thirteen fourteen that kind of age and probably even younger, just always loved fashion, like always loved fashion, always loved beauty, always loved. You know anything that kind of had a performance or add love to go to the theater lights. Good Pence mimes I'd like to see things happening on stage and and I would always ask for subscriptions to my favorite magazines growing up. And so that was really how I sold the industry and at fourteen at school, we were encouraged basically during one about school holidays to go and get a week of work experience. Everybody was expected to do week of work experience in failed of interest to them. So a lot of people when often they went and what local hairdressers or they went and worked the mechanics. So the cool. No firm, or you know, and I wanted to work in fashion and of course growing up where I did and growing up with parents who really had no no context to the fashion industry, and it was certainly a time I.

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Love her we're like we're going to talk about different stuff and our first two stories but the next three four the next two aren't of muslim sorry yes you got rid of oliver fillers and i love my favorite part about being a millennial is that instagram comments are now news stories right so kelly put up a picture with stocks her blond friend and she looked like old kylie and someone was like well clearly look so different she's like i got rid of all my fillers so i guess that's anomaly her lips that's for like cheekbones too i think she just meant her lips because the rest of her kind of looks the same but i don't know and also how do you get rid of fillers don't they just fizzle out i don't know i was thinking this out check to them unless she had like a like an implant i don't think she did maybe it's just been enough time she probably hasn't gotten them like since she got pregnant and now they're gone yeah so and she chopped her hair she did she's looking so naturally and i am here for our then she looks amazing i highly no matter what i support her no matter what i thought she looked amazing what the fillers and i loved it she was just like open about i just wanna to say everyone thinks she looks amazing when she does and she's a beautiful girl but like i thought she looked good before to seeing saint saints intention to him and i really feel like she needed the fillers for her brand and now that the brand is just like a billion dollar business self sustained on its own generating revenue on every level she doesn't need that anymore that she can go back to being herself it's almost like this was like a costume yet also it's a great message to sense is that you know you're beautiful just the way you are yeah and if you have money and if you choose not to get fillers anymore totally but also insecure about something like and you wanna fix it that's also okay right she's doing both sides of it she's like i know what i was really insecure about it and i had the means and if it's sitting it felt a lot better about myself but now i'm grown up and feel differently and like i don't know i just think like i in a weird way she's a good role model no i totally agree because both are good messages yes totally she's the proof is in the pudding she's practicing what she preaches did you watch her bogue makeup thing i watched it i'm in love with it she's the funniest person in the whole world i have to say that that mod makeup thing like i think everything vote does it's like so lame and they're like behind the times on like every regard the seventy three questions is the lamest thing ever and it's so fake and it's scripted because you could tell everyone remembers their answer and it's like a one shot get at it's like not real and you don't even get to see the outside of the person's house which is like the most important part but this makeup things that they do everything i love it okay i agree with you because raanan kylie were so good and i walked by it was like wow this is incredible i wanna get this perspective on other people i watched hailey baldwin's boring i watched rosie huntington whiteley she started with no makeup and she left with no makeup if i showed you the way that she did her conceal her she took her thing she put one dot here and one dot there and then she does her i'm sorry i just can't use to see those makeup things on youtube and they did it was like a bunch of models like status on pao's and i'm like she doesn't even need make completely uninterested in it but now that they're having people like kylie and we honor who wear real makeup and both have makeup lines that are like really educated about it the videos had become so much more premium but i couldn't agree more they started off like doing models makeup except one time i watched jasmine jasmine tooks jason jukes do you make up and it was unbelievable she's so good at it even though she doesn't need it she did such a good job and like.

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"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"rosie huntington whiteley" Discussed on Alice @97.3

"Kendall plus khloe there's half sister heidi klum severe ritchie rosie huntington whiteley rare you know out of nowhere charlotte mckinney i'm sure she's hot she's a bombshell for divas they put demi levato in there i do think dummies yeah selena gomez cardi b oh by the way if you watch between two ferns zach elephant akkas he an interview with seinfeld where he's disappointed that seinfeld's on cardi b crashes the interview and he's like well at least your relevant makes seinfeld sit on a crate outside the two firms so he's not in between the ferns anymore pretty funny is pretty funny beyond cezanne their surprise jennifer lopez riano nicki menaj are integral day do a duleep taylor swift to nasha and camila cabello they have not what's that tonight nausea yes she's a upcoming rappers she's dating a bunch of other is she hot divas the screen sirens galvano is be as i hear they're making the next wonder woman right now good margot robbie scarlett johansson reese witherspoon j law sir ronin made the list deny guerra guerrero she plays she's on the walking dead why can never think of her character's name but she's beautiful and she was also in black panther she played like the head of the warriors for the king of condos the general.

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