Brooke Shields has been a model ever since she was a baby, and today, for the first time in her 50 years on Earth, she is being photographed in a place where she has never had a camera go. That’s because when you turn a half century, you need to get a colonoscopy and she’s getting her first one.
Shields looks all happy as she waits for the camera to go where it has never gone before. But when it is done, she might not have that same expression on her face. Unless she is into that sort of thing.
Brooke Shields is just months away from turning the big 5-0, but that doesn’t mean she’s still not a Barbie Doll. Case in point, recently a trip to the Container Store got her a lifesize Barbie box to put herself in. Proving that even though it has been 32 years since she had a Barbie doll in her image, she is still just as gorgeous if not even more beautiful than she was in 1982.
Brooke Shields is starring in Nickelodeon’s The Boy Who Cried Werewolf with Victoria Justice on October 23rd and the beauty is unrecognizable! Shields plays Romanian housekeeper Madame Varcolac and she does a brilliant job in this soon-to-be-Halloween classic!
The movie is about a father who inherits a castle in Romania from his late uncle and he goes to the old country to sell it with his two kids. While they are there shy Jordan (Justice) and her brother Hunter learn that their departed uncle had a secret life…he was a werewolf. When Jordan accidentally drops a test tube full of blood and then steps on it with her bare feet, she finds herself becoming just like her uncle and finding a strength she never knew she had. Hunter and Madame Varcolac are desperately trying to stop her from turning into a werewolf permanently. Will they be able to do it before the curse takes it full effect or will she return to old herself? Find out in this enjoyable Halloween movie that has both werewolves and vampires. You Team Edward fans will have to check out this movie to see what role the blood suckers play in this movie!!!
Seriously guys I can’t tell you how much I loved this movie and I know you will enjoy this movie no matter how old you are!!! So mark your calendars to watch this treat called The Boy Who Cried Werewolf on October 23rd at 8p on Nick!!!
Brooke Shields opened up to Health Magazine about her biggest health regret and that is waiting to lose her virginity.
Q: What’s your biggest health regret? A: Not learning to love the way I looked earlier. And I think I would have had sex a lot earlier! [Laughs.] I think I would have lost my virginity earlier than I did at 22. I had the public and all this pressure, and I wish I had just gotten it over with in the beginning when it was sort of OK. I think I would have been much more in touch with myself. I think I wouldn’t have had issues with weight—I carried this protective 20 pounds [in college]. It was all connected. And to me, that’s a health regret.
If Brooke Shields, looking the way she did, had problems with way she looked, teen girls should look up to her and say none of us like how we look but we should get over it!I am not saying teen girls should lose their virginity at a younger age (they should do that when they are ready) but they should feel more comfortable in their skin.
She also talked about the day Tom Cruise and her made up after he went off on her for taking medicine to get through her postpardum depression.
Q: What happened the day Tom Cruise came over to apologize? A: [Tom] called an hour ahead and said, “Can I?” And I was like, “Uhhh … am I being Punk’d?” I called my husband, I called my publicist, I was like, “What do I do?” I did think, Do we use the front door? because we always use the kitchen door. It’s one of those weird things where I was like, “We need to use the front door!” I had to lock the other door and pull the shade down. I was so relieved when my husband came home and started cooking. And when Katie brought the baby over, it just got defused and we looked at these two babies born on the same day in the same hospital. The irony is insane. But just to look at these babies, [I thought] Really? Life’s short. Let’s just eat an omelet, and we’ll all live our lives and be thankful we have these little people.
Brooke's interview with Health magazine is even more interesting than just these two answers so check it out on stands now.