Lisa Rinna is turning up the heat!
“Thanks for the swim suit @pilyqswim ” she wrote alongside the photo of herself striking a pose in the bathroom.
And just a day earlier the reality star also flaunted her fit frame as she enjoyed a sun-filled day on a picturesque beach.
“Wish you were here,” she captioned the photo of herself wearing a strapless leopard-print bikini as she shaded herself from the sun with black hat.
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The actress, who recently made headlines for trying out some new longer locks in January, revealed to PEOPLE she had decided to experiment with extensions because “it was time.”
“The last time I grew my hair out was when I had Delilah Belle. So, 19 years ago!” Rinna explained. “It was time, what the hell!”
Joking, she added, “I think spending the last two years with Erika Janye has rubbed off on me. It really has.”
“She has the most fabulous hairdos. And in September, Julius and I did my hair off my face and it was really fun. This seemed like the next thing to try!” she added.
Kim Kardashian West isn’t afraid to get creative in the kitchen!
Sharing a photo of the innovative snack on her Instagram Stories, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 37, explained that “when your kids LOVE sushi & hotdogs you get creative.”
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The KKW Beauty mogul also continued to break her “no jewelry” rule on Saturday as she posted a picture of a series of chain necklaces arranged over her cleavage, including one which read “Pablo,” likely a tribute to her husband‘s last album, The Life of Pablo.
A few of the other layered necklaces Kardashian West wore also seemed to be a testament to her love for West, as they appeared to be from his 12-piece jewelry collection, which consists of thick-band rings and medallion-style pendant necklaces.
“Hey Saturday,” she simply captioned the shot.
Kardashian West recently caused a stir after posting a topless photo to her Instagram feed on Thursday, which she said was taken by her 4 ½-year-old daughter.
In the photo, the reality star wears an unclasped bra, black spandex and she conceals her chest with her hands. Her reflection (as well as North’s) can be seen in the mirror.
Kardashian West’s hair is brunette in the photo, which indicates it’s probably a throwback as the busy mom of three has remained committed to her platinum locks.
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A promising young writer from Kentucky who gained national attention when his essay was featured on a popular comedy podcast was fatally shot Sunday, PEOPLE confirms.
A little after 9 p.m. Sunday, a family member called 911 to say Carl Garner, Jr., 19, had been found with a gunshot wound at a home in Lexington, the Lexington Police Department says in a statement.
The teen was rushed to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead shortly after 9:30 p.m., say police.
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Police are investigating and have made no arrests in the shooting death.
As authorities search for answers, Garner’s family members are reeling from news of his death.
“This does not get any easier as time passes, the pain and anger only grows more by the minute,” his father, Carl Garner Sr. wrote in a Facebook post. “When I close my eyes all I see is my son’s lifeless body.”
Garner received national attention in January 2016 when an essay he penned about whether or not a hotdog was a sandwich was featured on the weekly national comedy podcast Judge John Hodgman, a former contributor on Comedy Central’s Daily Show with Jon Stewart, the Herald-Leader reports.
Hodgman even debated whether a hot dog is a sandwich when he appeared on CBS’s The Late Show with Steven Colbert in Dec. 2017.
After the podcast, officials in the local school district praised Garner for his well-written, persuasive essay, according to the Herald-Leader.
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Eric Little, the teacher who submitted the teen’s essay to the podcast, is grappling with the tragedy.
“It’s been a tough couple of days,” Little told the Herald-Leader. “Carl was real special to me and I’ve had a hard time with him going.”
Even at a young age, Garner’s character separated him from other kids his age, Little told the publication. “He had integrity that a lot of kids don’t have at that age. He could be very kind. He stepped up when it was necessary.”
Garner, he believed, had a promising future. “He was a kid I really hoped would make it,” he said. “He got encouragement. He got support.”