Miranda Kerr’s mantra: ‘I am a being of light & love & I radiate that to everyone’

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Miranda Kerr covers the new issue (December) issue of Self Magazine. The cover shoot is meh – I don’t really know what to say about a photoshoot that isn’t about clothes, really. Her butt looks cute in one of the photos. Her abs look great. Eh. You would think that Miranda probably gave this interview before she and Orlando announced their split, but it seems like she’s perfectly willing to talk vaguely about “happiness” and “choices” and “challenges”. Miranda is very New Age-y, which… I mean, it’s fine. She’s harmless. But she tends to make this big pronouncements about marriage and men and happiness, and these days it just seems false because, you know, her marriage is in shambles and everyone thinks she banged Justin Bieber. Anyway, some highlights from the interview:

She’s so friggin’ happy: “If I’m having a challenging moment, I jump for joy. Literally. After a minute, I feel better, and after a few minutes, I’m really happy. Everything else just drops off. It gets me out of my head and into my body, and it makes me feel present. Everyone has challenges. But if you know your strengths and expand on them, you’re going to radiate.”

Happiness: “Happiness is a choice we make. You can wake up and say, ‘Oh, I can’t believe it’s so cold,’ or you can say, ‘Oh, wow, this is a great opportunity for me to try out my new sweater.’ No one can be consistently positive, but why not make the choice that makes you feel better rather than the one that drags you down?”

Her mantra: “‘I am a being of light and love, and I radiate that to everyone I meet.’ It helps me keep things joyful.”

Her healthy meals: “For breakfast, I’ll have either eggs with sauerkraut and avocado, or oatmeal with honey and goat’s milk. For lunch, I’ll have grilled fish and a salad with kale, spinach, broccoli, fennel, avocado, pine nuts and feta cheese. Dinner is lentil soup and steamed vegetables or roasted chicken.”

On indulging: “When you indulge, enjoy every minute of it, because that’s the whole point! If you’re like, ‘Oh, I can’t have this, but I’m going to eat it anyway,’ how can you ever feel satisfied? Savor it and you won’t feel like you want more.”

[From Self Mag, via Us Weekly]

“I am a being of light and love, and I radiate that to everyone I meet.” I can’t. I admire positive people, I am in awe of perpetual optimists, but I just can’t even imagine saying anything like that to pump myself up. If I need to pump myself up, I tell myself: “Don’t f—k up, don’t f—k up.” If I want to give myself a compliment, I’ll look at my cleavage in the mirror and say to myself, “Nice t-ts.” Okay, let me try Miranda’s way… Hi, I’m a being of light and happiness and sparkles and I fart rainbows. Sigh… it did not work.

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Photos courtesy of Self.

 

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  1. CharlotteS says:

    The cover shot is kind of awful but the other pictures are really pretty.

  2. T.fanty says:

    I don’t know if the being of light and love is actually dumber than waking up and choosing to think “oh wow, I can’t wait to try out my new sweater.” That’s how the characters speak in the Fantlings’ Barbie Fashion Fairytale DVD.

    • Liv says:

      She sounds like the dumbest model ever. Is she really thinking I’m listening to her life tips after she screwed up her marriage and cheated with Bieber and/or DiCaprio?! Delusional!

    • Frida_K says:

      “Happiness is a choice we make. You can wake up and say, ‘Oh, I can’t believe it’s so cold,’ or you can say, ‘Oh, wow, this is a great opportunity for me to try out my new sweater.’

      IDK, I’m a pretty morbid person and the whole notion of looking at cold as a means to try out a sweater made me laugh and think “Hey, that’s one way to look at it, yeah, here in Texas we think of it as ‘wear my favorite sweater for once’ but close enough!”

      I think that’s because it’s always warm here and we don’t get to wear sweaters very often so this resonated.

      Otherwise, yes, she sounds like a turd. A sparkly turd, but a turd nonetheless.

    • j.eyre says:

      Many years ago I turned my whole life around with the Sweater Way of Life; it was transforming. Now, when its cold outside, I don’t say “oh crap, I hope the car starts because I had to forego the servicing to pay the heating bill last month” No, I say “Oh, thank you Your Sweaterness – I can wear that lovely argyle my mother gave me when I was 3 sizes smaller. That should do wonders for my muffin top!”

      I am still kind of trying to figure out how to spin the 103 degree temperature in the summer but I’ll get there.

      Our Sweater Mantra is: Way to Weave a Way Out of Worry.

      • MonicaQ says:

        I do the, “I am so going to sweat off a quarter of a pound” in FL during 98 degrees, 100% humidity.

      • Wrachul says:

        @MonicaQ

        Right there with you, FL woman myself. The older I get the more the heat and humidity gets to me, but I guess I’d rather deal with that (and enjoy our beautiful beaches) than deal with really cold weather. Last night/this morning is our coldest day yet this year but I was still able to slide on my flip flops to run my son to school. So I can’t complain too much. I haven’t owned a real coat in years.

        On topic… I never really cared about Miranda either way but with each interview she gives she annoys me more and more. Who says that crap? lol

      • Stef Leppard says:

        “Last night/this morning is our coldest day yet this year but I was still able to slide on my flip flops to run my son to school. So I can’t complain too much. I haven’t owned a real coat in years.”

        I hate you, Wrachul! So unfair.

      • Wrachul says:

        @Stef Leppard

        LOL! I know! I was whining about it being like 45 degrees when my northern relatives are getting snow.

  3. Darkladi says:

    I am a being of delusion and bullshit & I radiate that to everyone. Oh wait, I am really, really happy.

  4. Tapioca says:

    “I am a toddler’s head on a fourteen-year old’s body who’s become so insufferable I’ve lost almost all my major modelling contracts due to my unpopularity.”

    Fixed it for you!

  5. Dani2 says:

    She just comes across as so fake to me, and I know that everyone in Hollywood is manufactured to some extent but with her, it’s like off-the-charts fake.

  6. GiGi says:

    I have a confession – I’m a natural optimist *ducks for cover*.

    Sure I enjoy snark and dry humor, but I’m deep into the positivity. I can’t help it, lol. And I definitely have to temper it because I know it can be severely annoying for my loved ones when dinner is burnt and I chime in, “Well now we can try that new Thai place!” They’re very eye rolly about it. Justifiably so.

    I do find it a bit in bad taste to be talking about how positive you are while in the midst of your marriage breaking up, though. That’s over the line, imo.

  7. Hannah says:

    As New York Magazine put it: Personality of an aquarium wall!

  8. Shade says:

    I just CAN’T with this bitch.

  9. eliza says:

    She looks like an animae character.

  10. Soporificat says:

    It’s great to be positive. (Although there are limits to this. I’m an optimist myself, and sometimes that has gotten me into trouble. Sometimes it’s better to be realistic, and sometimes that means being negative!) But something about her statement “I am a being of light and love, and I radiate that to everyone I meet” bugs me. I guess it strikes me as self-centered. Does that make sense to anyone else?

    • Birdix says:

      It vaguely sounds like she’s the sun (and so everyone else revolves around her). Gives the aura of veiled new age narcissism…

      • Soporificat says:

        Thank you! Yes, the people I know who are actually full of light and love don’t really don’t give themselves a second thought–they mostly think about others. Whereas her statement is pretty much focused on herself.

        Her statement is more about how awesome and beautiful she is (whether spiritually or physically), and that everyone she meets will be awed by her and filled with admiration. Well, it’s better than being deliberately mean and ugly to others, so there’s that.

      • MonicaQ says:

        It’s technically an idea of Buddhism (“be a wish fullfiling jewel”) but we tend to focus on helping others and not proclaiming as such. It’s a self mantra, one of prayer to say, “Today I will try to make the world a better place. I may not succeed but I will try.”

  11. Trudy says:

    She does not radiate love and light. She is a bratty girl who is known for being demanding and difficult on set. These models are pretty on the outside but devious on the inside.

    • emmie_a says:

      I’ve always thought she radiated total bitch.

      And her answers seem waaay tooo scripted. Even the happiest, most blessed people I know wouldn’t spew this crap. I wonder if this was a live interview or if she submitted her answers because who really talks like that in real life? It’s like she copied her answers from a self-help.

  12. Monkey Towz says:

    I can’t stand when people say that happiness is a choice. For many, it’s a fight. Having said that, today I woke up to an ever widening ass but I still have excellent bone structure dah’ling!

    • loveisthecoal says:

      That line of thought annoys me, too. She’s clearly never had to struggle with depression. Yes some people are just negative, and some people are more naturally positive, but for folks who struggle to get out of bed in the morning and go to work, it’s not a choice. I’m reminded of that Camus quote…I can’t remember the exact wording but it’s something like “some people expend an enormous amount of energy just trying to be normal.”

    • msw says:

      I believe happiness is a choice, to an extent. Falling into depression is usually not a choice, but we can often control what we do with it. That’s why treatments like cognitive behavioral therapy work. I have been so depressed I cried at the thought of getting out of bed, and I was able to get bette when I learned how to adjust my expectations of others, like my parents, and especially of myself.

      Some people get dealt a crappy hand in life, or genetics, or both, but usually there is something we can do to at least make it easier to cope with. Depression is a self feeding disease and it is easy to feel completely helpless. Sometimes tge best place to start is positive affirmation and choosing to look at things a different way. When i see these quotes, i dont think of someone who has always been cheerful or happy. I see someone who waded through sh*t and tried something else.

      • Alison says:

        MSW, thank you. Depression is a very difficult thing to deal with, absolutely. You are right though, people with depression typically have similar patterns of thought and perspective… learning a different way of thinking can make depression much easier to deal with. It doesn’t necessarily mean telling yourself you are a being of light, but it does mean you CAN learn to think differently and find your way out of the depression.

      • oh dear says:

        i agree with that. i used to be depressed as well. the only thing that has helped me was to adjust my thought process. you know, the most contraproductive thoughts are those that youre not even aware of!
        if every thought has a physical reaction then its no wonder that its so hard to get out of depression, its a shitty cycle. you feel sad/something bad happened, you think about how sad/bad it was, how awful it felt .. then you feel even worse.. then you think about how much worse you feel now.. how nothing positive ever happens to you.. how youre a bad person and you dont deserve anything good happening to you… NO WONDER you feel crap when you think like that!! lol

        just think of it in terms of a staircase. youre in the middle (feeling ok) and something happens. now you have the CHOICE of how you REACT to it, how you interpret whats happening. do you choose to see it as a negative experience, then youre going to go down a step (feeling worse). if you turn it into a positive (eg the silly sweater thing), youre going to go up a step (feeling better). its your choice… how you perceive things.

        all it takes is… finding one thought that feels slightly better.

        you may have already experienced this with other people.. when you try to cheer them up they usually dont react too well when you tell them “its gonna be fine, its not that bad”.. thats not helpful because that thought doesnt feel better to them.. but once you say something – thats different to each person – one specific thing that makes them feel better at that point in time, thats when the mood shifts. the cool thing is, that you can use this to cheer yourself up, too lol but you have to know yourself well enough to know which thoughts work for you in which situation.

        mirandas mantra might be way out there lol but to sad people mantras can be very helpful. i am a firm believer than in order to be good and positive to and with other people you need to first learn to be good and positive to/with yourself. you dont need to be a “being of light” or whatever.. a simple “i love myself and i see love everywhere” would suffice. but to get to that point where you actually believe that mantra.. thats the real journey.

    • Monkey Towz says:

      @ MSW, you articulated what I wanted to say so much better! Finding a good therapist & having outside support is also essential but difficult. You are so right about thought patterns. Thanks for your post.

    • emmie_a says:

      That’s the truth: For some people happiness is a HUGE fight. The fight can be won but it can be an overwhelming struggle, that’s for sure.

      • nicegirl says:

        I kind of do a mantra thing like that myself, and it is to AVOID (or try to) (more/heavier bouts of) depression.

        Growing up, I was an eternal optimist. It really helped me get through some very severe and scary situations. I remember thinking that I could not control what happened, but I could control my ATTITUDE about it. I would say, “Attitude is Everything” – and I meant it. In my late teens, after a particularly horrific discovery, I changed. The combined weight of many issues was overwhelming and I could not see my way out of it. I lost my way for a very long time (21 years) and have only recently been able to see the forest for the trees . . . in my efforts to help myself develop healthier perceptions of my experiences, I speak these kinds of re-affirming statements OFTEN. I even have a card deck that has different little sayings and pics on them, and I usually put one in my back pocket daily to remind myself what I NEED TO REMEMBER – and I sometimes give them away to friends who need the same reminders. I get how it sounds silly and self involved/absorbed, but they really help me keep an even keel. Today’s card is “I LOVE MY BODY” and on the backside, “I create peacefulness in my mind, and my body reflects the peacefulness as perfect health.” (I’m dealing with body issues). I’m trying to do the MIND OVER MATTER thing right now, and manifest a fully functional body! Here’s hoping! :-)

      • Monkey Towz says:

        @ nicegirl, that card thing is a great idea! I have begun watching bits of AbFab episodes on YouTube (& other shows that make me cry w/laughter), which does help. For me, being able to accept my big butt but also find something nice about myself at the same time is major for me. Yes, it may seem shallow to outsiders, but for those who “get it”, it’s huge progress. Good luck with your progress!

      • Ayre says:

        Keep on keepin’ on nicegirl and others. I’m a depression veteran myself and it is hard work. But you CAN change your thought patterns. And it helps to laugh at the absurd!

  13. Francesca says:

    She makes me gag. She is trying way too hard.

  14. glaugh says:

    O.M.G. her face looks weird in that cover.

    Her diet sounds delicious though. Mmmm, pine nuts.

  15. chrissy says:

    “I radiate light and love to everyone I meet”? Oh honey, I very much doubt you do– paparazzi certainly don’t get your light and love. Victoria’s Secret don’t get it. Orlando doesn’t. Oh, but BEIBER!

  16. Kaye says:

    I don’t have any particular feelings about her one way or the other, but in her defense I don’t think she is saying that she IS a being of light and love; rather she’s saying that that is her mantra and how she wants to behave.

    I know it’s a fine line. /shrug

  17. Ag says:

    First off, she sounds like she’s 12. I’m sort of embarrassed for her.

    Second, she sort of looks like Denise Richards on this picture.

  18. MrsBPitt says:

    I got out of bed this morning, and said “I can’t believe its so cold” and don’t have money for heat and certainly not for a new sweater…happiness isn’t a choice when you are freezing your ass off or are perpetually hungry…celebs don’t get that they don’t live in the real world…

  19. just sayin' says:

    I actually met her and worked with her when she was about 17 or so and this really is what she is like. She is a very bubbly little hippy person and it probably annoys some people but I think it is authentic. She believes all that stuff about light and love and even back then was totally into all natural foods and skincare. And this was before she became famous so she had no reason to fake it and it was clear that is just what she’s all about. Not very gossipy, sorry! She was really cool on set and worked hard but of course fame can make anyone a diva..

    • Louise Sand says:

      I can imagine her at 17 years old is very different to now, how can she have been in to healthy living when she used to smoke and only stopped just before she got pregnant? How can she be into healthy natural skincare when she says she uses a shampoo and conditioner that she is the ambassador for that is full of chemicals including the one thing she called poison herself-formaldehyde?? How can she be into healthy eating when she advertises Liptons ice tea that is full of sugar, what she calls “white death”? She gives her son sweets and ice lollies full of sugar all the time! That is just a few of her hypocrisies and this is why I don’t believe for one second she is how she claims to be. People who go on and on like her are usually fakes with a lot to hide, usually a far from perfect life, this is a woman who believes you get the life you deserve, yep, she said that on Facebook, and this was around the time of the earthquake in Japan in 2011, people called her sick, the way she goes on is DISGUSTING, she wants to be seen as the perfect person saying all the right things, but it doesnt work anymore because people can see its all a charade and in reality she is a bitch, she is of the do as I say, not as I do idiots. She is being bashed all over, and I am glad to see finally that everyone is seeing through her and that her house of cards have fallen around her, she deserves it for being such a liar and a fake.

  20. Siddhi says:

    I can’t vouch for her, but what she says fits into my scheme of things and how I lead my life. I try to be a being of Light and radiate Love, it does work and it does make people happy. I have never encountered anyone who, in the face of a loving psyque set-up, felt the kind of repulsion you seem to me distilling here.

  21. Nope says:

    Ahahhahahahahahahahhhhhhhh!!!!

  22. Nicolette says:

    “Hi, I’m a being of light and happiness and sparkles and I fart rainbows.” That was great Kaiser, thanks for the laugh!

    • Maureen says:

      Back in my day it was Paulina (Porizkova), who was one of the most super of the (true) supermodels from the 80′s and 90′s. She used to go in interviews and on chat shows and say the most inappropriate things and get everybody super pissed off, but she used to also tell really good stories. She was genuinely natural and charming and I adored her. Later in life she seems to have got quite arrogant and cocky. I didn’t see her for years until she showed up on America’s Top Model and was just dreadful with her arrogant attitude.

  23. Rll says:

    She Miradiates light and love

    Ok..

  24. Pri says:

    ” If I need to pump myself up, I tell myself: “Don’t f—k up, don’t f—k up.” If I want to give myself a compliment, I’ll look at my cleavage in the mirror and say to myself, “Nice t-ts.” Okay, let me try Miranda’s way… Hi, I’m a being of light and happiness and sparkles and I fart rainbows.” — ROTFLMAO. Kaiser, you’re bloody freaking funny!!!!!!

  25. Louise Sand says:

    My one bugbear in all this is Orlando Bloom is getting off scot free in this break up, Miranda is being made out to be the big bad wolf, and yeah, rightly so, but what about Bloom? he was with this piece of shit for 6 years, knowing what she was like and a lot of the times was just like her in his pathetic shilling of her Kora or gushing about her on TV while insulting other women in the process! He is getting loved everywhere, yet he has pimped out his son just like she has done, and in fact he was the first to do it. Orlando has been very clever in hiding all his fake crap because he hasnt put himself all out there to get caught out like MK has, but nonetheless he should be called out for all his crap too. He is a hypocrite nearly as much as she is, but oh no, he is Legolas so he is cool and a good guy- er.. no.

  26. Redheadwriter says:

    Thank God it’s cloudy here. That’s some light and love I could totally live without. Gadzooks I find her terribly annoying.

  27. Pandora says:

    How dare she try and steal Tinkerbells job……..

  28. meow says:

    There is an old saying, MK; beauty is only skin deep and looks fade and you will get old and not attractive too. Time to think of someone besides yourself.

  29. Mabs says:

    She hasn’t lived yet. Those beams fade and her radiation won’t be enough to watch out for the 3rd rail.

  30. Emily C. says:

    Happiness is a choice we make.

    Sure… if you’re a multi-millionaire with perfect health. Most people are not nearly that lucky. Not so long ago, I was in such extreme physical pain every day that I regularly considered suicide. And even then, I have a certain amount of luck; I have enough food to eat, a roof over my head, my husband is wonderful, there’s no chance an army is going to invade where I live, etc. She thinks I could have chosen to be happy. She thinks someone who is in horrible pain, or who cannot put food on the table, or doesn’t have a safe place to rest, or is a migrant worker, or is a slave making microchips in China, or is a sex slave anywhere in the world, or is a child whose parents neglect or abuse them, or someone lives in a war zone, or has PTSD from being sexually assaulted, or has PTSD from being a soldier, or has depression, or…

    But I guess everyone isn’t included in Miranda’s “we”. Miranda does not think about them. She only thinks of other rich, able-bodied, free, safe people like herself. An extreme minority of the world. And she thinks she is qualified to give advice to others when her only proven skill is looking pretty. Worst of all, she is given a platform for her overprivileged willful ignorance, when qualified people from Doctors Without Borders, Amnesty International, etc., struggle to be heard.

  31. jennymo says:

    thanks for blessing us with your radiation miranda, but just like actual radiation its making me sick to my stomach and i have to throw up and lay down now.

  32. Theresa says:

    This article so reminds me of that scene in the movie Zoolander, where Derek and all his beautiful male model bunkies are musing about how they bring happiness into other people’s lives; how they show people how to wear their hair in cool ways, and look good in clothes… like totally making the world a better place.

    Miranda should have just yelled out Orange Mocha Frappachino really loud and run out the door.

  33. Lisa says:

    Okay, her sweater example is kind of silly. People who are hyper-positive like that kind of weird me out, and I’m an optimist. Acknowledging that something sucks is fine, as long as you don’t get stuck on it.

  34. Lemonem says:

    I really want to believe she finished this interview, walked gracefully from the room, then sprinted to Ladies’ where she locked herself in a stall and laughed so hard she pissed her pants.

    But I don’t. :(

  35. Littlewood says:

    That’s a lot of positive blabber for someone so insecure that she photoshops pics of herself to post on Instagram but continues to tell people to treasure themselves.
    http://forums.thefashionspot.com/showpost.php?p=12122129&postcount=714
    Strangely enough that love and lights she radiates didn’t reach Orlando until he actually divorced her. That man is looking happier then ever.

  36. GIRLFACE says:

    As if she eats solid food more than twice a month. She seems like that girl in high school that got all happy and could barely conceal her excitement when she scored three points higher than you on a test and organized her highlighters smugly in front of you (which she had in every color). Then she would offer you a piece of gum.

  37. Mitch Buchanan Rocks! says:

    Whatever drugs she’s on, I want ‘em.

  38. Vera says:

    Ugh! She’s quite pretty and all, but exceptionally vapid and annoying.

  39. Vera says:

    She’s cute, but I find her extremely annoying. Besides, how positive can you really be if people think you bonked the Bieber?

  40. Jayna says:

    Yawn.

    I do believe you can turn around a negative mindset and thus turn around your day, but you can’t turn around depression with a positive thought.

    I can’t imagine as a man waking up every day and having to listen to her day in and day out. I see why he’s glad to be out. He loves her and thinks she’s a great mom, but the inane conversation with her became a buzz kill. I’m just guessing here.

    I don’t believe she banged Baby Bieber for a second. She has some great options in celebrityland for a fling. Baby Bieber wouldn’t cross her mind. The only people that are attracted to him are very young girls/groupies that want him and young teen gays that like his twinkie cuteness.

  41. Sarah says:

    I have a friend who is very well spoken and intelligent. She’s a yoga teacher and a lot of time I see stuff about love , light and whatknot on her FB posts. I imagine Miranda heard something like this in her yogalates class and repeated it because she thought it would make her sound smart. Bless her heart.

  42. moon says:

    I hope she’s radiating light and love to Orlando cause he looks like he could use some.

  43. Jaded says:

    Sure honey, happiness is a choice everyone makes so that Tinkerbelle will come and wave fairy dust all over you and all your problems will go away.

    Your husband is an alcoholic and beats you? Give him happiness and love and it will all be better.

    Your kids are on drugs? Wave your magic Tinkerbelle wand and they will be fine.

    You’ve just lost your job and have no idea how you’ll pay bills, mortgage, rent, medical expenses, etc.? Just turn that frown upside down and life will be wonderful.

    I really hate rich, vapid models giving life advice like that – they haven’t lived life the way most people on this planet have and are paid obscene amounts for merely strutting around modelling clothes. Try working in a stifling garment factory for $3 a day. Try walking 5 miles a day just to get buckets of water from a well. Try watching your child get sick and suffer because you have no access to medical care. Instead of inane platitudes, put your vast amount of money where your mouth is and help make underprivileged lives better.

  44. mimi says:

    eggs sauerkraut? I just threw-up in my mouth a little.

  45. RHONYC says:

    I’ll look at my cleavage in the mirror and say to myself, “Nice t-ts.”

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    Kaiser, you are my twin baby! yeah!
    ;-)

    Lol

  46. Rosie says:

    I cannot get past how miserable these comments are. Take a step back, a deep breath, and pull your heads out of your smug asses. You’re not better people because you’re negative . . .

    • Littlewood says:

      Nobody is saying they are tho’. How about you take your head out of Kerr’s ass and read what everybody is saying, pay attention and you might learn why people don’t like her. Hint: it has nothing to do with her appearance and everything to do with her character.

  47. BooBooLaRue says:

    Oh bitch puleeezzzzeeeeeeeee!

  48. Dandhara Esperanza says:

    This Chick is Nutters! She is a 14 year old in a Twigs body.

  49. Dorothy says:

    I don’t want to be mean because she may be nice enough…but people that really are like that don’t go around saying it or jump up and down to deal with issues. They just DO radiate it and deal with issues with a little introspection no? But, hey know nothing about her so…

  50. TheOriginalWaffle says:

    Her menu sounds awesome. Super healthy but also filling.

    In no other way do I respect anything else in this interview. Thanks for the meal tips!

  51. P.J. says:

    “I am a being of light and love, and I radiate that to everyone I meet.’ It helps me keep things joyful.” O RLY???? Because, I vividly remember reading SEVERAL articles in legitimate publications about her and Orlando’s over-the-top rude, obnoxious, snotty antics reported from places that they’ve visited all over New York City.

    But, isn’t is always the most self involved, demanding, out of touch celebs full of overinflated grandiose delusions who push agendas like this? I mean, you’d have to think like that to ever refer to yourself in those sorts of terms with a straight face in the first place…

  52. Caroline says:

    I love her and covet her hair and dimples..
    but what’s up with the hair in the cover pic? its like a wig

  53. Claire says:

    May be strange but sauerkraut and eggs with avocado sounds so delicious. Not a Miranda fan at all – she’s should thank her lucky stars for being where she is today. But then I find 99% of those Victoria Secret girls dull and carbon copies of each other – no one stands out. Except maybe Adriana Lima, who is stunning. Fingers crossed she doesn’t have ambitions to act as her speaking voice is TERRIBLE (not her Australian accent, just she shouldn’t talk).

  54. elsa says:

    hahaha Kaiser you just made my day with your last comment! Thank you :-)