Katie Price‘s boyfriend Carl Woods is being inundated with modelling jobs.
The 31-year-old star – who has been dating Katie for a number of months – has reportedly been ”bombarded” by modelling agencies and clothing companies who are keen to sign deals with him.
A source told The Sun Online: ”Since stepping out on the red carpet Carl has had a lot of offers. He was already in the eyes of a lot of brands as an influencer. But now companies are falling over themselves for him to wear their clothes. It’s fair to say he hasn’t had to buy much clobber for a while because he gets so much sent to him. Carl isn’t the kind of person who goes out and looks for this kind of thing but he is really interested in the offers that are coming in and would love to do more modelling. Compared to Kate’s exes, Carl has stayed right out of the limelight. That will all change when he goes on TV. But viewers will side a guy that is really very normal bloke and that appeals massively to companies trying to market their clothes.”
Meanwhile, Katie previously hinted she could marry Carl as he is the ”last man she wants to spend the rest of her life with”.
She wrote recently: ”Knowing that @carljwoods will be the last man I want to spend the rest of my life with is an understatement! I love him so much (sic)”
And Carl previously revealed he and Katie have access to each other’s social media accounts so that no outside forces can try and break them apart.
He explained: ”We are in a relationship, and not only are we in a relationship, we have each other’s Instagrams, we’ve got our passwords, my Instagram is on her phone and hers is on my phone. There is no inboxing, no messaging anyone, anyone can make up lies if they want to but we have got everything from each other and we are completely and utterly open with it. It just cannot go wrong, as far as I’m concerned. The fact we’ve got our social media accounts on each other’s phones is not an insecurity issue at all, it’s actually to try and prevent people from making up lies and stories, and saying I’ve been talking to somebody or she’s been talking to somebody. We’ve done it for that reason, and that reason only, not because we’re worried.”
Ariana Grande | Ariana Grande praised by producer
Ariana Grande‘s producer knew immediately that he wanted to work with her.
Tommy ‘TBHits’ Brown has been collaborating with Ariana since her 2013 debut album ‘Yours Truly’ and he admitted he was blown away by Ariana during their first meeting.
He said: “This girl can really, really sing and she’s really, really good. I wanted to connect outside of this studio and I played her some other retro-sounding beats I was doing.”
Ariana, 27, who has just released her latest album ‘Positions’, is equally gushing about Tommy.
She explained to the Wall Street Journal magazine: “One of the things I love most about working with Tommy is that none of the beats he plays me ever sound the same. He’s never afraid to try new things and is always willing to experiment and grow with me.”
The Covid-19 pandemic affected how they recorded the latest album, as they moved between Brown and Grande’s in-home recording studios in California this year.
And although Brown was shocked when Ariana recently announced the release date for the album, he also called her a “guru” for knowing that it was time to drop her new album, following the release of ‘Thank U, Next’ in February 2019.
Elle Fanning | Elle Fanning stars in Gucci film series
Elle Fanning has partnered up with Gucci’s ‘Absolute Beginners’ film series.
The 22-year-old actress has joined the luxury fashion label alongside Jodie Turner-Smith and Kelvin Harrison Jr. to release a series of short films with nine first-time directors to celebrate “the potency of the pop culture and naïveté, the beauty in amateurism, and expose the power and vulnerability of the creative impulse while centering the Gucci Jackie 1961 bag”.
The nine films will be released in two drops on TikTok with the first one – which features Elle, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Jodie Turner-Smith, Benedetta Porcaroli and Emma Corrin – being released on October 28 and the second on November 6.
The second drop will feature films by Lily Gavin, Barry Keoghan, Yoshi, and Arlo Parks.
Speaking about the project, Elle said: “My film is about captivating the nature of Gucci. Even a dog can be hypnotised by its beauty. One night while drifting off to sleep, I thought of this western showdown between a dog and dog owner with a scoreboard keeping tallies of how Gucci always wins.
“Since I am an absolute beginner to directing, I wanted to make a statement with the tone. Yes, this is a fashion film, but why not tell a funny story while looking at sparkling garments?”
Kelvin added: “[My] film is essentially a story about the seemingly ever-present fear of love. The concept initially came from someone I was seeing who told me that the risk of falling in love was greater than the reward. They had come to believe that after so many unsuccessful attempts at sustaining a long-lasting relationship it was unfair to expect anyone to take on their accompanying baggage. It was suggested I may be naive to believe that someone could not only handle the baggage of another, but embrace it with an authorship as if it were their own”.
What’s more, the creator behind the original viral Gucci Model Challenge, Morgan Presley will release a “#GucciAbsoluteBeginners guide to living a Gucci life” video with audio for other creators on TikTok can use to re-create their own Gucci videos.
Jameela Jamil | Jameela Jamil: My clothes allow me to become different characters
Jameela Jamil expresses her “different characters” through her clothes.
The 34-year-old actress thinks about her “plural” selves whilst getting ready for a red carpet event as she believes her fashion choices should represent how she feels on a daily basis.
In an interview with ELLE, she said: “I think about looking like my-selves — plural. We have so many different facets to ourselves. All the different characters that live within me come out, day-to-day, in my clothes, so fashion really becomes about, ‘Who do you feel like being today?’ “
However, Jameela admits she often wears oversized clothing as an “armour” to stop people from looking at and judging her body.
She explained: “Normally when I’m wearing a suit, I’m wearing it as armour. I often wear a baggy suit, and I’m deliberately wearing it to be released from my gender, and from anyone speculating at my body shape. It’s asexual and focused.
“I just want to look like a very chic brain, you know? I don’t need people looking at my body all the time, but I do want them to say, ‘She looks cool,’ and I want to feel cool. But I’ll also wear a tight dress and allow my body a moment. Just a moment!”
Meanwhile, ‘The Good Place’ star has openly criticised the Kardashians for promoting unrealistic body goals and but she doesn’t believe in the sisters being cancelled for good because they have the potential to use their fame and fans for good causes.
She explained: “I don’t believe in cancelling people who have the potential to do immense good. That’s incredibly stupid. Harvey Weinstein – cancel him. Cancel people who are a danger to society. The Kardashians, it would be madness not to call them in to help fix the thing they’ve been part of perpetuating. But seeing what Kim has done with prison reform?! That’s a sign of what happens when they utilise their power for good. These are powerful women, and I think they’ve already started changing.”
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