Sexy, quirky, funny: Hollywood’s FINEST at Tussauds

Adam Housley, her husband, is a Fox News correspondent and the only man she has been with a rarity in todays word, especially among Hollywood performers. Hosts of The Real, Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon,Tamar Braxton, Tamera Mowry-Housley and Jeannie Mai visit NYC on July 15, 2013 in New York City.The Real premieres on Monday, July 15th on select Fox-owned stations. Credit: Getty Images for Telepictures While she did inevitably have sex before marriage, Mowry-Housley decided to then wait three more years until she tied the knot with the journalist, who was her boyfriend at the time. Im religious, so I waited until I was 29 to lose my virginity and then, you may not understand this, she said of her decision, [but] I did it and then I felt guilty and then I became celibate until I got married. Watch the stunning admission, below (starts at 13:00): The actress married Housley in 2011 after dating him for six years.

While Indian stars have also been immortalised with varying degrees of success , it’s the Hollywood A-listers who steal the show with their charismatic presence and, in some cases, a sense of humour that’s unique to them. Here, we look at some of the most fascinating celebrity sightings at Tussauds. Beyonce An artist puts on finishing touches on R&B diva Beyonce’s waxworkduring a photo opportunity, a day before the opening of Madame Tussauds’ Japan exhibition, in Tokyo. Dressed in her worldwide hit and Grammy winning song Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It) outfit, the wax figure bears an uncanny resemblance with the real deal.


Hollywood Hunks That Work the Hardest for Their Bods

Mark Wahlberg might have a buff bod now, but getting there wasn’t so simple. The 42-year-old told Men’s Health magazine in April, “I’d wake up at 4:30 every morning, have a nice big breakfast a preworkout igniter and then I’d hit the heavy weights, depending on the day and the routine for the day. But it always involved lifting heavy, and mostly just lifting weights. And then a protein shake right after the workout. And then chicken, steak, fish, a little bit of pasta here and there. Just really overloading, meal after meal after meal.” Wahlberg’s “Pain & Gain” co-star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is known for being a muscle man, but according to his tweets in June, his transformation into the character Hercules for his upcoming film is taking a lot of hard work and dedication.
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