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- May 08, 2006
- Vol. 65
- No. 18
New on the Scene
Class of 2006: Eight Knockouts So Gorgeous We Know They All Have Legs
YOU KNOW HER FROM: The second season of TV's Dancing with the Stars.
BEFORE THAT: The 5′11″ Keibler scored big bucks as a pro wrestler with the WWE. Her contract ends in July.
FOR THE RECORD: Her legs are 41 5/8″ from hip to heel. "People ask me all the time if they are insured." They are not.
GROWING UP: "I was gangly. I had no butt. I had braces, teased hair."
COMING INTO HER OWN: "Wrestling was the first time I realized I had beauty, because I was so different from the other girls—and I wasn't the best, yet I was still a fan favorite."
Gabriel Aubry, 30
YOU KNOW HIM FROM: Ad campaigns for Versace, Hugo Boss and Calvin Klein. "He's got that strong, classic and mysterious aura about him," says Donatella Versace.
YOU MAY RECOGNIZE HIM AS: Halle Berry's model boyfriend.
BEAUTY SECRET: "When you're tan, you can't go wrong. That's why it's dangerous to go shopping when you're tan."
BIGGEST INDULGENCE: "I love tanning. That's my vice."
HIS MUST-HAVE: "I cannot live without conditioner. I like Garnier because it smells like apple."
Bahar Soomekh, 31
YOU KNOW HER FROM: Crash. She played the shopkeeper's daughter.
UP NEXT: A top-secret role in Mission: Impossible III. "I don't play any ethnicity, which is cool," says the Iranian-born actress. "Until recently, every audition I had to cry my eyes out because my husband just blew himself up."
BEAUTY REGIMEN: Thirty minutes for makeup; one hour for hair. "Blow-drying your hair straight is a b-i-t-c-h."
SHE'S A STICKLER FOR: Eyebrow tweezing by a Persian pro who "knows how to not overdo it and keep the Middle Eastern style."
Brandon Routh, 26
YOU KNOW HIM FROM: A year as Seth on One Life to Live; a guest spot on Will & Grace.
UP NEXT: Leaping tall buildings to star with Kate Bosworth in Superman Returns, out in June.
SO, THE COSTUME? "I got used to the tights pretty fast. And when you wear a cape, you glide and flow; you become regal. I'd recommend it."
NEVER AGAIN: "Frosting my hair. I looked like a late-'90s frat boy. I cut off the frosted tips myself."
Rupert Friend, 24
YOU KNOW HIM FROM: Pride & Prejudice. He played Mr. Wickham.
UP NEXT: Four films, including Guilty Pleasures with Mischa Barton.
AND THOSE ORLANDO BLOOM COMPARISONS? "He's one of the most beautiful people in the world and he's a lovely guy, so it's very flattering."
Moon Bloodgood, 30
YOU KNOW HER FROM: Her turn as the intrepid bush pilot in Disney's Eight Below.
BEFORE THAT: The half-Korean, half-Dutch-Irish actress boosted team spirit as an L.A. Laker Girl, which led to parts such as "Gorgeous Woman" in 2004's Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!
UP NEXT: Besides her wedding to actor Eric Balfour (Conviction), she's shooting a TV pilot, Day Break, with Taye Diggs.
LASH AID: "Asian girls can't live without Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler, because our eyelashes just point straight down and we don't have a lot of them. I'm only half Asian, so I get a little bit of curl."
TRUE CONFESSION: "I have kind of a big head. I have a hard time finding hats to fit me."
Kevin Zegers, 21
YOU KNOW HIM FROM: Transamerica. He played Felicity Huffman's troubled, newly found son.
BEFORE THAT: He starred in four Air Bud movies as a child actor!
COMPLAINTS: "I wish I were taller [he's 5′9']. And I can't grow facial hair."
BEST COMPLIMENT: "A girl thought I was Johnny Depp. I said, 'Jeez, do I look 40 years old?'"
James Blunt, 32
YOU KNOW HIM FROM: His earnest falsetto as the singer of "You're Beautiful," his chart-topping double-platinum song.
BEFORE THAT: He was a captain in the British army, even escorting the Queen.
UP NEXT: Summer concert tour to promote his album Back to Bedlam.
WHAT HE BRINGS ON TOUR: "A bar of soap." Why so basic? "In the army you carry as little as possible. Most touring bands do the same."
BEAUTY ICON: "My father's in the army. He doesn't facial himself either."
MOST FREQUENT COMPLIMENT: "They say I have a lovely guitar."
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