We hung out with the young star and NFL Juniors’ Ambassador while she designed her very own Super Bowl LII t-shirt.
We hit the 75th Annual Golden Globes to catch the night’s biggest red carpet moments. Here is what went down.
The annual fundraiser to raise money for music education in public schools had some big honorees this year including Elvis Costello, Bonnie Raitt and City Winery’s CEO, Michael Dorf at the PlayStation Theater in New York. Check out more from the night here.
We got to splash around with the Olympic gold medalist, who teamed up with the Anthem Foundation to help at-risk youth establish healthy habits and live an active lifestyle.
See our interview with the swimmer here.
If you’re a true football fan then you know that showing your team spirit is important. So you’ve got jerseys, your favorite tees, sweatshirts, hats, etc all to wear during the season…but now you can rock your favorite fan gear 365 days a year because the NFL has got your back with their new apparel line that is so on trend, you can wear it everyday and not just on game day. We saw it first hand in NY and LA where we were behind the scenes at the lifestyle photo shoot with some of NFL’s greats…
Such as Von Miller, from the 2016 Super Bowl champs, the Denver Broncos. His style is fun and casual so we saw him in tees with either a puffer or leather jacket and some stylish sneakers to complete the look.
The NY Jets, Eric Decker who looked super sexy in whatever he was wearing, along with retired player Charles Woodson.
And new to LA, the Rams’ Todd Gurley who played tourist for the day in some of his favorite gear…of course representing his team!
To check out the new styles from the NFL go to nflshop.com
We caught up with former President of the United States, Bill Clinton in the Bronx, where he was making his rounds that week, reminding all to get out and vote since we’re just a week out from the New York primary election.
He reminded us about how his wife, Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary has always fought for us in the past and why we should vote for her…of course. But as he was speaking, I couldn’t help think about how surreal all of this is to him, going around and campaigning again but this time not for himself. Some days he probably gets a few déjà vu moments. And if Hillary wins, he’ll be getting a lot of those moments when he’s back in the White House.
We all know his Party Rockin jams from LMFAO….but now Redfoo is going solo and taking things up a notch with a new debut album, a fashion line and of course more PARTYING! He stopped by the LifeMinute offices to tell us all about it…
And of course, as soon as you look at him you think nothing but fun….BUT there is a whole other side to the party rocker that most don’t know. Like, bet you wouldn’t have guessed that he used to be a day trader and is really good with numbers. His favorite hobby is putting data into spreadsheets. He likes to see the big picture all spread out in front of him.
Redfoo also shared that his dad, Berry Gordy (founder of Motown Records) told him he didn’t have the voice for rap. But did that stop him….hells no! It actually made him push even harder for what he wanted and now look where he is.
To check out the rest of our interview with the Party Rocker and more about his new album Party Rock Mansion, go to lifeminute.tv/music
From white, pastels and dark jewel tones to natural, bold makeup and hair perfectly braided and bunned…we breakdown the night’s top trends and who rocked them.
Loads of Lace
Rooney Mara, Jennifer Lawrence, Priyanka Chopr, Chrissy Teigan
Pretty in Pastel
Cate Blanchett, Alicia Vikander, Emily Blunt, Heidi Klum, Daisy Ridley
Hues of Jewels
Reese Witherspoon, Naomi Watts, Brie Larson, Sofia Vergara, Saoirse Ronan
Sky High Slits
Rachel McAdams, Sophie Turner
Braids & Buns
Chrissy Teigan, Olivia Wilde, Alicia Vikander, Brie Larson, Rooney Mara, Daisy Ridley
Rachel McAdams, Saoirse Ronan
Sophie Turner, Heidi Klum, Margot Robbie, Kate Winslet, Cate Blanchett
For more from the Oscars carpet, check out lifeminute.tv/celebrity!
#SHAREHUMANITY was the theme of the night and the kick off to World Humanitarian Day
Humanitarian workers, media innovators, celebrity musicians and influencers, all came together to celebrate. What are they celebrating you might ask? Well for a few days leading up WHD, celebs and other influencers took to social media to donate their feeds to tell stories of humanitarian strength and to spread awareness of #SHAREHUMANITY.
World Humanitarian Day falls on 19 August, the day when, in 2003, 22 aid workers were killed in a bombing at the UN headquarters in Baghdad. It’s a day to pay tribute to all people affected by humanitarian crises and those who lost their lives in service and to celebrate the spirit that inspires humanitarian work around the world.
This is more important now than ever. We should all have a greater sense of responsibility and develop a sense of global community. Hopefully WHD will inspire action so we can stand in solidarity against conflict, torture, disease, famine, suffering and the poor leadership that often turns a blind eye.
To get involved and do something check out lifeminute.tv/celebrity/video/cody-simpson-and-united-nations-host-sharehumanity-event-world-humanitarian-day