Rosie’s Perfume On Sale Now :)

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has launched her first perfume in conjunction with Marks And Spencer. Named ‘Rosie For Autograph’ it comes in two sizes, 75ml for £28 and 30ml for £14 and is available online via Marks And Spencer and in store.

I treated myself to it this morning and having to say it smells gorgeous :) Get yourself to a tester bottle now!!!!


Earlier today I tweeted Rosie to let her know and she kindly retweeted me. Glad to be of service with the sales Rosie!:)



Read the Daily Mail article here:-

Rosie Huntington-Nightie! Stunning model wows in backless silk nightgown with dramatic thigh-high split at perfume launch

On Wednesday night she stepped out wearing a silk nightgown from her own collection and on Thursday, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley chose a similar look.

The 27-year-old model launched Rosie For Autograph, her first fragrance, at the Marks & Spencer store in London’s Oxford Street, wearing a long silk nightie with lace detailing.

Rosie’s garment was almost identical to the outfit she wore the night before, the £89 Pure Silk Floral Lace Long Nightdress from her nightwear range.

Her own best advertisement: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wore a  nightgown from her own range at the Rosie For Autograph fragrance launch in London on Thursday 

The flowing cream creation featured just two thin straps and was cut in a deep v behind, leaving her back almost completely bare.

Her long hair was loose around her shoulders and Rosie proudly clutched her new fragrance.

Speaking about the perfume, she said: ‘My first Rosie for Autograph fragrance is made from the oil of the precious Centifolia Rose.’

Daring: The £89 nightie features a dramatic thigh-high slit and lace detailing on the front

Daring: The £89 nightie features a dramatic thigh-high slit and lace detailing on the front

Rosie for Autograph silk nightdress

Rosie recently spoke about her new perfume venture with the Mail On Sunday’s You magazine, revealing it took her around the world.

She met the perfumier in New York and going to the south of France to find the roses.

She said: ‘It’s quite a fresh, girlie, sensual smell. The idea was to capture a rose in bloom first thing in the morning.’

Jet-setter: Rosie recently spoke about her new perfume venture with the Mail On Sunday's You magazine, revealing it took her around the world

Racy: Rosie's outfit also featured a plunging design which left her back completely bare

Similar: It was remarkably similar to the nightie she wore the previous night 

However, when it came to the accompanying photo shoot for the advertisements, Rosie shot the campaign in her native Devon.

On Wednesday, Rosie hosted a cocktail party to launch her new product.

It’s a busy time for the actress and model who is set for a return to the big screen in Mad Max: Fury Road opposite Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult and Tom Hardy.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley nails off-duty chic in London

That's more like it: Rosie later changed into a leather skirt and grey sweater with a beautiful white coat 

Written and directed by George Miller – who made the original films – the apocalyptic story follows Max (Hardy) and Furiosa (Theron) as they try to restore order and humanity in a feral dystopian landscape.

Rosie plays Splendid, one of the ‘Five Wives’ Max must transport safely across the desert wasteland.

Mad Max: Fury Road is out on 15 May, 2015.

It will be Rosie’s first movie since Transformers: Dark of the Moon.

Hot to trot: The blonde model looked stunning as she stepped out in her winter attire 


Happy New Year :)

Sorry I have been a bit quiet lately. This is due to ill health and of course Christmas and New Year. Hope you all had a fabulous time and received everything that you all wanted. I am back as awards season is upon us. Sunday night saw the Golden Globes. Jason and Rosie did not attend as far as I can gather. If anyone knows any different let me know please. Eddie Redmayne was successful for us Brits winning best actor and I was also pleased that Michael Keaton received the best actor nod for comedy. It is a pity both themselves and another favourite of mine Benedict Cumberbatch will all be competing for the Bafta Award and most likely The Oscars. I haven’t seen any of the films, I am not a cinema goer. You can guarantee whenever I go there is always somebody who won’t shut up!!! I prefer to wait for the DVD and watch in the comfort of my own home. This also means that I can have a second viewing (you never catch everything first time around, or at least I don’t). Amazon have my pre orders for ‘The Imitation Game’. ‘The Theory of Everything’ and I will also get ‘Birdman’. Please, no spoilers, although marks out of ten from any of you that have seen them would be welcome!

I hope to see Jason and Rosie at The Oscars, photographs will follow if they are in attendance. They seem to always attend the Vanity Fair after party, so I will keep an eye out!

Finally I want to congratulate Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter on their up and coming marriage and the arrival of their first baby in the spring. Sophie appears to be a lovely lady and has looked gorgeous at the red carpet events she has appeared at over the last month. My favourite dress to date is the blue number she wore to the globes (first pic).

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On a last note, my aim is to post more this year. Best wishes to my followers and anyone who passes by. May 2015 bring you everything you wish for. Bye for now!

Can we just forget the last 10 months and start again please? – Article from Daily Mail

David Moyes says Manchester United job was ‘immense’ as he thanks everyone BUT the players in LMA statement

By JOE RIDGE (Daily Mail)


David Moyes has spoken for the first time since his sacking by Manchester United.

In a statement issued by the League Managers Association on behalf of Moyes, he spoke of the ‘immense’ scale of the job he faced at Old Trafford.

Moyes thanked the fans, the club’s staff and Sir Alex Ferguson for their support during his time at United but significantly did not thank the United players.

Scroll down to read David Moyes’s statement in full

Parting shot: Moyes did not mention the United players in a statement issued by the LMA

Parting shot: Moyes did not mention the United players in a statement issued by the LMA.

Come in No 5: Rio Ferdinand arrives for training the day after Moyes was sacked by United

Come in No 5: Rio Ferdinand arrives for training the day after Moyes was sacked by United.


Drive time: A glum-looking Wayne Rooney arrives at Carrington in his car

Drive time: A glum-looking Wayne Rooney arrives at Carrington in his car.


Caretaker: Ryan Giggs - who is standing in for Moeys until the end of the season - arrives for training

Caretaker: Ryan Giggs – who is standing in for Moyes until the end of the season – arrives for training.


VIDEO COMPILATION of Moyes’ despondent post-loss pressers

The statement comes as stories continue to emerge of rebellion within his squad.

LMA chief executive Richard Bevan was critical of United’s handling of Moyes’s sacking, which was confirmed by the club on Tuesday, less than 10 months after he took the job.

Bevan said: ‘The LMA is very disappointed with the nature of David’s departure from Manchester United and to read extensive reports in the press, confirming David’s sacking, before David himself had been spoken to officially by the club.

‘Throughout his time at United, David, as he always does, has conducted himself with integrity and professionalism, values that he believes in and that have been strongly associated with the club and its rich tradition.

‘It is therefore sad to see the end of David’s tenure at United being handled in an unprofessional manner.’

Keane: United players should be ashamed of themselves


‘To have been appointed as manager of Manchester United, one of the biggest football clubs in the world, was and remains something of which I will always be incredibly proud.

‘Taking charge after such a long period of continuous stability and success at the club was inevitably going to be a significant challenge, but it was one which I relished and never had a second thought about taking on. 

Poisoned chalice: Moyes never came close to emulating his predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson (left)


Poisoned chalice: Moyes never came close to emulating his predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson (left)

‘The scale of the manager’s job at United is immense, but I have never stepped away from hard work and the same applies to my coaching staff. I thank them for their dedication and loyalty throughout the last season.

‘We were fully focused and committed to the process of the fundamental rebuilding that is required for the senior squad. This had to be achieved whilst delivering positive results in the Barclays Premier League and the Champions League. However, during this period of transition, performances and results have not been what Manchester United and its fans are used to or expect, and I both understand and share their frustration.  

Frustrated: Moyes said he understands the frustration shown by United fans


‘In my short time at the club I have learnt what special places Old Trafford and Carrington are. I would like to thank the United staff for making me feel so welcome and part of the United family from my first day. And of course thank you to those fans who have supported me throughout the season. I wish you and the club all the best for the future.

‘I have always believed that a manager never stops learning during his career and I know I will take invaluable experience from my time as United’s manager. I remain proud to have led the team to the quarter finals of this year’s Champions League and I remain grateful to Sir Alex Ferguson for believing in my ability and giving me the chance to manage Manchester United.’

End of an Era at United? Fans have their say about Moyes

MY VIEW: What a ten months it’s been. Plastic fans tweeting ‘Moyes Out’ from more or less the third week of the season. Mediocre team performances. A David Moyes witch hunt. Not enough said about player performances. I have been a Manchester United supporter since before Sir Alex’s appointment. The team we have now is not in the same league as the one we had during the 90’s and the brilliant year in 1999 when we won the treble. Too much criticism has been sent David Moyes’ way by both the media and ‘spoilt’ fans alike. The Sir Alex Ferguson era is over, they should come to terms with it. Here’s to a new foreign manager (complete with his equivalent of a hairdryer hopefully), new players, a more organised boardroom and less premadonna players.
The players need to take responsibility, the performance against Everton was a deliberate attempt to get David Moyes sacked. They succeeded, but every single one should be fined for that. They get paid far too much these days. If they are not proud to wear the shirt, prepared to perform for ridiculous amounts they get paid, then get out.
All the best to David, failure to qualify for next years Champions League as also cost him his job, in my view he should have been given another season, but its all about money, stocks and shares now. I also thought he was the best man for the job and Fergie’s backing seemed good. Now ten months on I cannot help but wonder why didn’t they appoint a foreign manager straight away. I know availability plays it’s part but I think the way David Moyes has been treated is very unprofessional by the boardroom especially over the last 48 hours.
Whoever comes in, the players should be prepared, because non of the speculated candidates look like they are to be mess with. Please Mr Woodward get yourself sorted and more organised. As for next season.  Bring it on!  x MUFC x

Erm……..”It can’t come quickly enough” :D

Attitude Magazine: Shears on Scissor Sisters: ‘I’m sure we’ll start in a couple years’


Jake Shears has spoken about the future of Scissor Sisters.

The much-loved pop band released their fourth albumMagic Hour in May 2012 – then announced that October that they were going on hiatus.

Speaking to Attitude recently, Shears, the band’s frontman, revealed that he has been writing music in his new hometown of Los Angeles, where he recently moved from New York  – but said it was too soon to say what this will be used for.

“All I can say is I’ve been writing music, who knows?” Shears said coyly. “Who’ve I been writing with? Just, you know, various friends. I feel like if I say anything it’s just gonna… There’s no real, like, plan.

“It’s been interesting getting into the L.A. world because I’ve had to meet new people. In New York there’s so many collaborators: I know so many people and I can just pull someone into the recording studio and get writing. In L.A. I’ve had to, like, meet new people and make friends. It takes a little while. But I’ve definitely met some awesome people now and I’m enjoying writing again.”

Asked what made Scissor Sisters decide to go on hiatus in 2012, he replied: “I think the thing was, when we hit the ten-year mark, we were like, ‘Oh my God, it’s our tenth anniversary!’. That to me was sort of wake-up call. We were either in a tour cycle or a recording cycle for that entire time and we made four albums. And when [instant camp classic Let’s Have A] Kiki happened I was like, well, we’ve said that,  I don’t quite know what else to say.”

He then added: “I’m gonna be very excited some day to take it back up again and I’m sure in the next couple of years, some crazy idea is gonna come to me and Scissor Sisters will start the next record.”

The Voice

Continuing, Shears admitted that he misses his band mates and being in Scissor Sisters. “You know, I miss it a lot, I miss performing,” he said. “But I feel like it’s a good thing. With Scissors, I felt like we just got to this amazing place where we felt satisfied with what we’d done – and once we hit that satisfaction point, I didn’t really know if it was a good idea to keep going with it. Right now, anyway. I felt like we sort of said what we wanted to say for now.”

Shears will join his close friend Kylie Minogue as an advisor on The Voice this Saturday (March 1). During his chat with Attitude, he revealed that Kylie and the Scissor Sisters recorded “a whole album’s worth” of songs together over the years

Jake Shears To Assist Kylie On The Voice UK – Hell Yeah :)

This pleases me muchly :) :)


……..hoot :)

Posted by Jake on Instagram tonight :)

Posted by Jake on Instagram tonight :)

MY VIEW: We are on the third series of  ‘The Voice’ here in the UK. I have never watched until this series. The changing of  two judges has made such a difference.  Always loved  the Kaiser Chiefs so great having Ricky on board. Having Kylie, someone with a lengthy career in the business seems much more appropriate also. Thoroughly enjoying this series, blind auditions have ended, now the fun really starts…….

The-Voice-2014, Ricky Wilson, Kylie Minogue and Sir Tom Jones. The Voice UK 2014 judges.