Kimberly A. Stokes

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Naomi Campbell on Modeling for Kanye West, Her Love of Rihanna, and Her Instagram-Inspired Manicure

Campbell’s $1,750, 496-page Taschen book is out this week.<p>It is impossible, during a conversation with <b>Naomi Campbell,</b> to forget that you are talking to Naomi Campbell. Within 30 seconds of her sitting down next to me, she offers, “I took six planes last week, and I think I lost my voice from that.” …

Adele's Gym Struggle Is Real

If there's one thing Adele is known for, it's her super laidback personality. She was even prone to drunk tweeting prior to having her account taken over by her people and still wears high street jeans. Adele is all of us (minus all those Grammy trophies, of course).<p>One universal pain is shared by …

US, Russia, Saudi and Turkey to meet to discuss Syria

Russian President Valadimir Putin and his Russian foreign minister have been involved in a flurry of diplomatic talks, with the Kremlin chief speaking by phone to both Saudi Arabia's king Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, updating them on the results of a …

Mission Close To Princess Diana's Heart Completed 18 Years After Death

It’s been nearly two decades since Princess Diana died, but her legacy continues to protect vulnerable people in need.<p>Mozambique, a country that was riddled with landmines after 15 years of civil war, was declared mine free on Tuesday, Halo Trust, the nonprofit behind the clearing campaign, said in …

Steven Tyler's New Country Music Career: What It Takes, or Dream On?

Type "Steven Tyler" into the search window on <i>Rolling Stone</i>'s web site, and you'll see that ink has been spilled for the Aerosmith singer well over a hundred times through the years. But the story that ran on April 1 was different, mainly because it had readers wondering who was getting fooled: …