Thursday, 31 May 2012
People magazine cover features Jessica Simpson and her new daughter Maxwell Drew Johnson. (Check out that baby headband!)
The "Fashion Star" judge, 31, gave birth on May 1st, leaving a trail of wild maternity outfits and TMI pregnancy anecdotes in her wake. She hadn't been afraid to pose for photo shoots throughout her pregnancy (even naked ones).
While doing the media runs in New York City yesterday [May 29] to promote her new book ‘American Grown,’ Michelle Obama looked as stylish as ever.
Showing off her chiseled arms on ‘Good Morning America’, the First Lady wore an embroidered blue dress accented with a black belt at the waist and matching kitten heel pumps.
While chit-chatting with Robin Roberts, Mrs. O once more declared her love for Beyonce, who she recently took her two daughters Sasha & Malia to see in concert in Atlantic City.
i guess we all do love Queen B.don't we???
Daughter of the late winner of 1993 presidential election, Hafsat Abiola-Costello, has hailed the decision of the federal government to re-name the University of Lagos (UNILAG) after her father but urged the federal government to work more on fighting poverty, as that will be her late father’s utmost desire.
In an interview with journalists in the Ogun state capital, she urged the federal government to give more priority to reduce the prevailing poverty level in the country, than naming schools and roads.
“What I want to say to President Jonathan is that what we can do to honour the heroes past is to make sure that they do not die in vain.”
According to her, “Nigerian people are still poor, majority of them are poor today, even more so than in 1993 when he (MKO Abiola) won his election and I hope that President can apply himself to addressing poverty in Nigeria.”
“That is the most important thing, more than naming school, naming roads. Those things are nice but the true benefit for my father is that Nigeria people should not be poor anymore” she stated