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Heather Graham looked amazing in her polka dot bikini as she holidayed in Tulum, Mexico

Heather Graham has proved that she still has what it takes to be a leading lady at 43.

The Hollywood star was seen showing off her beach body earlier this week as she kicked back in Tulum, Mexico.

Harking back to her days as a pin-up Heather looked amazing as she splashed around in the sea as the waves crashed against her.
Picture perfect: Heather Graham looked amazing in her polka dot bikini as she holidayed in Tulum, Mexico
Picture perfect: Heather Graham looked amazing in her polka dot bikini as she holidayed in Tulum, Mexico

Making a splash: Heather looked like she was having a good time as she ran into the sea
Making a splash: Heather looked like she was having a good time as she ran into the sea
The Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me star was cool, calm and relaxed as she cooled off in the crystal clear water.

With her hands up in the air Graham had a whale of a time by herself as she took the plunge and went for a swim.

Heather's choice of bikini was perfect for her slim shape and she looked great as she emerged from the sea with her long wet hair slicked backwards.
In the sunshine: Heather didn't have a care in the world as she hit the beach alone
In the sunshine: Heather didn't have a care in the world as she hit the beach alone
In the sunshine: Heather didn't have a care in the world as she hit the beach alone
White wash: Heather's choice of bikini was perfect for her slim shape
White wash: Heather's choice of bikini was perfect for her slim shape

Cooling off: Heather made sure she spent enough time enjoying the big waves crashing against her
Cooling off: Heather made sure she spent enough time enjoying the big waves crashing against her
She wore a blue polka-dot bikini, but dried off and headed back to her hotel for a quick change.

With the midday sun beaming down and the temperature increasing Heather slipped on another fantastic bikini.

She wore a black two piece halter neck and added a large floppy hat and cool shades for added protection from the sun.
Action: Heather looked like she was in a scene from a Hollywood film as she emerged from the water
Action: Heather looked like she was in a scene from a Hollywood film as she emerged from the water
Action: Heather looked like she was in a scene from a Hollywood film as she emerged from the water
Perfect from every angle: Heather looked incredible in her two-piece
Perfect from every angle: Heather looked incredible in her two-piece

Sipping on a cool refreshing drink Heather carried her orange towel along the beach and finally settled on a sun lounger.

Heather's long solo break has been well earned since completing filming on the long awaited Hangover Part 3.

Some clues about the third film have been released as a new teaser trailer has hit the internet.
Quick change: With the midday sun beaming down and the temperature increasing Heather slipped on another fantastic bikini
Quick change: With the midday sun beaming down and the temperature increasing Heather slipped on another fantastic bikini
Everyone's favourite Wolfpack is back in the form of Zach Galifanakis, Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Justin Bartha.

Heather and Ken Jeong also return, and Melissa McCarthy joins the cast for its last hurrah.

While Chow (Jeong) was imprisoned in the last movie, he will be back, and it seems with a vengeance.

Karolina wore leather boots and a knitted jumper for the outing

As the winning mentor of new modelling show The Face, there’s no doubt she has a beautiful exterior.
But Karolina covered up with a wide brim hat on Thursday as she stepped out in New York City.
The 29-year-old donned the black fedora with a black coat worn like a cape, knitted jumper over a white shirt and an above-the-knee skirt featuring two zipped pockets.
Barefaced beauty: Czech model Karolina Kurkova was seen out and about in New York City wearing a large hat on Thursday
Barefaced beauty: Czech model Karolina Kurkova was seen out and about in New York City wearing a large hat on Thursday
Although she was happy to show off her slender thighs in a pair of leather boots, she wasn’t so keen to flaunt her famous face.
 

It seemed the striking star was going to pick up some beauty supplies as she carried a brown paper bag with a recognisable black and white striped one from cosmetic haven Sephora.
But she needn’t have been shy about parading her profile which was partly concealed by her long blonde locks as she looked stunningly fresh-faced.
Stocking up: The 29-year-old was seen carrying a bag from cosmetics store Sephora
Stocking up: The 29-year-old was seen carrying a bag from cosmetics store Sephora
Caped catwalk favourite: The star also wrapped her frame in black coat
Caped catwalk favourite: The star also wrapped her frame in black coat
Caped catwalk favourite: The star also wrapped her frame in black coat
Karolina probably couldn’t wait to dash home to her three-year-old son with husband Archie Drury after running the errand.
She posted on Facebook that day: ‘One of the best things about being a MOM... is knowing that there is always something more important in life waiting for me at home. 
‘No matter what goes on at work, Tobin is always there to keep me sane and balanced.’
Keeping warm: Karolina wore leather boots and a knitted jumper for the outing
Keeping warm: Karolina wore leather boots and a knitted jumper for the outing
Keeping warm: Karolina wore leather boots and a knitted jumper for the outing
She is currently celebrating her win on the first series of The Face screen on America’s Oxygen network.
Alongside 21-year-old model Devyn Abdullah from The Bronx, Kurkova beat fellow judges Coco Rocha and Naomi Campbell to find the face of ULTA beauty.
Devyn triumphed over Margaux Brooke Snell and Luo Zilin to receive the exclusive contract.
Doting mother: Karolina tweeted that she loves returning home to her son Tobin
Doting mother: Karolina posted online that she loves returning home to her son Tobin

Twilight author Stephenie Meyer pictured in June 2010 (left) and last night at the New York premiere of The Host (right), looking several pounds lighter after taking up running 'It's one of those weird things, there's nothing really like it.'

Twilight author Stephenie Meyer showed off a slender new silhouette last night at the New York premiere for the movie adaptation of her novel The Host.
And it seems the reason for her weight-loss was simply trading the elliptical for the treadmill.
The mother-of-three, 39, told People: 'I used to be more an elliptical-and-weights girl but I've started running in the last year and I hate it and love it at the same time.
Author Stephenie Meyer pictured in June 2010
Stephenie Meyer attends The Cinema Society and Jaeger-LeCoultre Hosts A Screening Of
Weight-loss: Twilight author Stephenie Meyer pictured in June 2010 (left) and last night at the New York premiere of The Host (right), looking several pounds lighter after taking up running
'It's one of those weird things, there's nothing really like it.'
It's no surprise Mrs Meyer has lost weight. Running is considered by many fitness experts to be one of the best forms of cardio, and burns twice as many calories as walking, according to Runner's World.
 

Celebrity personal trainer Matt Townsend told MailOnline: 'Of all forms of cardiovascular exercise, running is by far the most effective in reaching your fat loss goals quickest and efficiently.
'From short distance sprints to long distance marathons, the benefits of running far outweigh the risks of injury. For nearly all of my fat loss clients in particular, I almost always incorporate some sort of incline treadmill or hill running for maximal caloric burn.'
Partying with the A-list: Mrs Meyer (center) with the stars of The Host, from left: Jake Abel, Diane Kruger, Saoirse Ronan and Max Irons
Partying with the A-list: Mrs Meyer (center) with the stars of The Host, from left: Jake Abel, Diane Kruger, Saoirse Ronan and Max Irons
Mrs Meyer added that the support of her sister, a keen runner, is a strong incentive.
'She's so excited [I've started running],' the bestselling writer said. 'She wants me to run races with her now.'
Mrs Meyer, who wore a striped Kate Spade dress for the event, admitted that promoting The Host had taken its toll on her healthy lifestyle though, and she was looking forward to getting home to Arizona, where she lives with her husband Christian and their three sons.
'This tour has been awful for my diet. Really, really bad!' she said. 'I have to get home and get back to my gym.'

Vanessa Hudgens heads to a business meeting in a flowing jumpsuit in Los Angeles, California, on Thursday

Having just spent months filming in just a bikini, it seems Vanessa Hudgens is still getting used to the idea of covering up.
The former teen star flashed her bra in a vintage-inspired jumpsuit in Los Angeles, California on Thursday.
The starlet is obviously preparing for her annual trip to the Coachella music festival in Palm Springs, looking every inch the bohemian desert babe.
Not quite a power suit: Vanessa Hudgens heads to a business meeting in a flowing jumpsuit in Los Angeles, California, on Thursday
Not quite a power suit: Vanessa Hudgens heads to a business meeting in a flowing jumpsuit in Los Angeles, California, on Thursday
Sadly for Vanessa she was in the middle of busy Los Angeles and headed to a business meeting, so she stood out somewhat in her festival ready attire.
For her meeting, the 24-year-old wore a Seventies-inspired flowing black floral jumpsuit that was so low cut on the side, it revealed the star's leopard print bandeau.
Upping the outfit's festival credentials, the High School Musical star added a large floppy felt hat with silver embellishment.
Festival ready: The star accessorised her look with a large floppy hat
Festival ready: The star accessorised her look with a large floppy hat
The jumpsuit was so long on the brunette beauty that her feet were entirely covered and she had to be careful not to trip.
Since wrapping up promotional duties for her new film Springbreakers - which is in theaters now - the actress has been spotted shopping up a storm around Beverly Hills and enjoying her time off.
The crime thriller has kept the star busy after having multiple premieres across Europe and the United States.
Serial flasher: The 24-year-old's Seventies inspired flowing black floral jumpsuit was so low cut on the side, it revealed her leopard print bandeau
Serial flasher: The 24-year-old's Seventies inspired flowing black floral jumpsuit was so low cut on the side, it revealed her leopard print bandeau
Serial flasher: The 24-year-old's Seventies inspired black floral jumpsuit was so low cut on the side, it revealed her leopard print bandeau

Also starring Selena Gomez, Ashley Benson and James Franco, the film is already causing controversy as it features the three things guaranteed to create a stir - sex, drugs and violence.
The film follows the girls as their lives spin out of control after they rob a store to fun their Spring Break vacation.
Vanessa is certainly courting controversy with her new song that she recorded for the film and released on Friday.
The single called $$$ex, sees the star use the F word and sing some very non High School Musical lyrics that include 'Can't you feel my hot sex, heart stop beating.'
Not a Disney star anymore: Vanessa plays a very gritty role in the violent film Spring breakers which also stars Ashley Benson and James Franco
Not a Disney star anymore: Vanessa plays a very gritty role in the violent film Spring breakers which also stars Ashley Benson and James Franco

Recipe for success: Cake expert Mary Berry

It's hardly a surprise these days when two female TV stars are involved in a public contretemps.
Unless, that is, they have a combined age of 157.
The warring pair are presenter Joan Bakewell, 79, and cake-maker supreme Mary Berry, 78-year-old hostess of the Great British Bake Off. 
And the issue in question is women’s rights.
Despite their closeness in age, their opinions are deeply different. Baroness Bakewell has launched a stinging attack on Miss Berry’s lifestyle, saying she belongs in ‘a completely different world’.
Renowned for her liberal attitudes towards sex and for an illicit affair with playwright Harold Pinter, the Labour peeress once known as the ‘thinking man’s crumpet’ contrasted her own ‘whizzy’ life with Miss Berry’s ‘stable and unchanging’ world view.
She was responding to comments the cookery writer made in January.
Dismissing feminism as a ‘dirty word’, Miss Berry insisted she did not want women’s rights and said she loves it when men offer to carry her coat.
‘When I read that, I felt that Mary belonged in a completely different world,’ fumed Baroness Bakewell.
‘What she said sounded very lovely and cosy and rural, and very stable and unchanging. I thought that was fine for her.
 

‘But perhaps I have lived a bit more of a whizzy life out and about, and my life has been a little bit more rackety. Of course feminism has mattered a great deal to me and matters still.
‘I think Mary would expect to be paid a decent wage for the job she does and she would probably expect to be paid as much as a man. So to that extent she is a feminist without realising it.’
Great British Food Revival with Mary Berry
Recipe for success: Cake expert Mary Berry
Joan Bakewell rose to fame in 1965 as the presenter of BBC2’s Late Night Line-Up, which became renowned for its open discussions of taboo subjects including sex, abortion, divorce and homosexuality.
It was later revealed she had a seven-year affair with playwright Harold Pinter while they were both married. Twice divorced, she now lives alone in Primrose Hill, north London.
Miss Berry’s career and personal life, on the other hand, has followed a much more traditional trajectory. In 1966, she published the Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook and wed Paul Hunnings. They have three children and are still married.
Miss Berry, whose work includes a celebrated recipe for Bakewell Tart, said she loves it when men offer to fetch her coat or give up their seat on the bus, adding: ‘I’m thrilled to bits. I’m not a feminist.’
MARY BERRY
JOAN BAKEWELL
The claws are out: Joan Bakewell, right, said that Mary Berry, left, 'belonged in a completely different world' when Berry said that feminist is a 'dirty word'
But Baroness Bakewell insisted such gestures should be ‘common decency’ for both sexes. She said: ‘Men don’t offer to open the door for me any more. But the opening of doors and things is really a matter of courtesy, and I am really rather in favour of courtesy. I think you have to be polite to each other whatever your gender. It is just common decency and manners between individuals.
‘I always share the bill at restaurants, though I am perhaps somewhat old for what you might call a date. I go out for meals with male friends. Sometimes the very rich ones pay. I name no names.
Mary Berry
Joan Bakewell
Very different women: A young Mary Berry, left, has always followed a traditional lifestyle, whereas the life of Joan Bakewell, right, has been 'rackety' as Bakewell describes it
'Some of them are inclined to be particularly chivalrous. But chivalry is a little bit out of date because it suggests all these superior, protective roles for men.
‘I think good manners between grown-ups and indeed between children is desirable. If there is a gender-free way of defining it then that suits me better. You can call it chivalry if you like.’
This summer, Baroness Bakewell will present a programme called Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year.
Mary Berry with her children Annabel, Thomas and William
Family values: Mary Berry with her children Annabel, Thomas and William
Alongside comedian Frank Skinner she will hunt for the UK’s best portrait artist in an open competition held at art fairs across the nation.
The winner will be awarded a £10,000 commission to paint Booker-prize winning novelist Hilary Mantel and see the work hung in the National Portrait Gallery.
Baroness Bakewell said she was surprised to be offered the work, adding: ‘There are no television programmes for old people. You tend to be shunted across to radio as you get older.’
Joan Bakewell has said that she does not want to be remembered as 'the thinking man's crumpet'
Swinging Sixties girl: Joan Bakewell has said that she does not want to be remembered by her famous epithet 'the thinking man's crumpet'

MARY THE UNCONTRARY...

Born: March 24, 1935.
Childhood: Daughter of the mayor of Bath, she was struck down with polio at 13, leaving her with a twisted spine and weak left arm.
Schooldays: ‘I was naughty, a real monkey, hopeless at academic subjects.’
Career: Published more than 70 books in nearly half a century as a cook before appearing in Great British Bake Off. Awarded a CBE in 2012 for services to  culinary arts.
Family: Married to retired bookseller Paul Hunnings, 80, for 46 years and recently admitted: ‘I spoil him rotten’. They have two surviving children, Annabel, 41, and Tom, 44. In 1989, their middle son William was killed in a car accident, aged 19.
She recently said: ‘Having children is the greatest thing that can happen to you as a husband and wife. I was brought up to believe that it’s family first.’

AND JOAN THE 'RACKETY'

Born: April 16, 1933
Childhood: Brought up in Stockport, sent to elocution lessons by her mother to eradicate her northern accent. Head girl at high school before reading economics and history at women-only Newnham College, Cambridge.
Schooldays: ‘I actually had a crush on another girl who was a couple of forms ahead of me, but I never made known my love; I just worshipped from a distance.’
Career: Earned nickname ‘thinking man’s crumpet’ as a presenter on BBC2’s Late Night Line-Up between 1965 and 1972. Moved to Granada before returning to the corporation as Newsnight’s arts correspondent. Awarded a CBE in 1999 and a life peerage in 2011.
Family: Marriage to Michael Bakewell ended in 1972. They had a son and a daughter while she had an affair with Harold Pinter. Second marriage to Jack Emery ended in 2001.

The Yemeni citizen was beheaded and crucified for his crimes (Stock Image)


Saudi authorities have beheaded a murderer and crucified his body after he killed and raped a Pakistani national.
The kingdom's interior ministry announced the execution, stating that the man had murdered and sodomised another male. Both actions are punishable by death.
'The Yemeni citizen Mohammed Rashad Khairi Hussain killed a Pakistani, Pashteh Sayed Khan, after he committed sodomy with him,' said a statement carried by state news agency SPA.
New measure: A committee based in the Saudi capital Riyadh (pictured) is considering dropping public beheadings because of a lack of swordsmen
Beheading: The Yemeni citizen was beheaded and crucified for his crimes (Stock Image)
Hussain was also convicted of robbery and carrying out a series of attacks.
The execution, in the southern city of Jizan, was followed by crucifixion, a punishment used by the ultra-conservative country for serious crimes.

Saudi Arabia have been criticised in the international community for their harsh punishments, including executions by beheading and firing squad.
There have been 28 people beheaded in Saudi Arabia this year.
Death by beheading has always been a source of tension between Saudi Arabia (capital Riyadh pictured) and the international community
Death by beheading has always been a source of tension between Saudi Arabia (capital Riyadh pictured) and the international community
Human rights campaigners protest against beheadings in Saudi Arabia after eight Bangladeshi men were executed for an alleged murder
Human rights campaigners protest against beheadings in Saudi Arabia after eight Bangladeshi men were executed for an alleged murder
In 2012, they executed 76 people, according to an AFP tally based on official figures, while the US-based Human Rights Watch put the number at 69.
The oil-rich kingdom follows a strict implementation of Islamic law, or Shariah, under which people convicted of murder, rape or armed robbery can be executed, usually by sword.
The announcement comes after Amnesty International released the final words of a man sentenced to death by firing squad.
He was allegedly forced to confess after the authorities threatened to torture his mother.
Seven juveniles were arrested and convicted for armed robbery and sentenced to death in the Southern city of Abha after their appeals to the king were rejected.
One of the robbers was interviewed by the human rights charity before his death.

Smiling children run along behind a parson in the East End during the Blitz

A tearful woman bids farewell to her loved one at Paddington Station in 1942; elsewhere, young boys leap over gravestones as they use a Glasgow cemetery as a post-war playground.
These striking images form part of a retrospective celebrating the work of renowned photographer Bert Hardy, who would have been 100 this year.
Hardy, who died in 1995, is best known for his assignments at Picture Post magazine between 1941 and 1957.
 
A woman bids farewell at Paddington Station in 1942 as a train pulls awayA woman bids farewell at Paddington Station in 1942 as a train pulls away. This is one of the haunting images taken by Bert Hardy, who is the subject of a retrospective at the Photographers' Gallery in Soho

 
A group of boys from the deprived Gorbals district of Glagow play among the gravestones of the Corporation Burial Ground in 1948A group of boys from the deprived Gorbals district of Glagow play among the gravestones of the Corporation Burial Ground in 1948

 
 
A young boy blowing up a balloon in Gorbals in 1948A young boy blowing up a balloon in Gorbals in 1948. Hardy, who died in 1995, is best known for his assignments at Picture Post magazine between 1941 and 1957

THE SLUMS OF GORBALS

The Gorbals tenements were built quickly and cheaply in the 1840s, providing housing for Glasgow's burgeoning population of industrial workers.
Conditions were appalling; overcrowding was standard and sewage and water facilities inadequate.
The tenements housed about 40,000 people with up to eight family members sharing a single room, 30 residents sharing a toilet and 40 sharing a tap.
Redevelopment of the area began in the late 1950s and the tenements were replaced with a modern tower block complex in the sixties. 
He covered the London Blitz, D-Day landings and the liberation of both Paris and the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp in Germany.
Now, an exhibition of his work will be shown at The Photographers' Gallery in Soho, from next Thursday, to coincide with his centenary.
The pictures on display will focus on ordinary people going about their daily lives during and after the Second World War - including the poor district of Gorbals in Glasgow.
 

Often referred to as Europe's worst slum, Gorbals was filled with low-quality housing and street gangs were rife.
Despite this, Hardy managed to capture the cheeky playfulness of urchins as they made the best of the hand fate had dealt them.
 
Men at a social club in the Gorbals in 1948Men at a social club in Gorbals in 1948. Often referred to as Europe's worst slum, Gorbals was filled with low-quality housing and street gangs were rife
 
 
A group of boys walking along a street in the run-down Gorbals area. The tenements there were built quickly and cheaply in the 1840s
A group of young children on a street in Gorbals
 
Children in the run-down Gorbals area take to the streets. The tenements there were built quickly and cheaply in the 1840s

 
Youngsters enjoy a kickabout in Glasgow in 1948. Bert Hardy himself came from a working-class family and was the eldest of seven childrenYoungsters enjoy a kickabout in Glasgow in 1948. Bert Hardy himself came from a working-class family and was the eldest of seven children

 
Following his work as a laboratory assistant for a photographic agency, Hardy (above) was hired as a staff photographer at the Picture Post in the 1940sFollowing his work as a laboratory assistant for a photographic agency, Hardy (above) was hired as a staff photographer at the Picture Post in the 1940s
One of his photos shows a group of children playing by a lamppost, while another shows youngsters having a kickaround in the shadow of cheap tenements.

The exhibition works include Gorbals Boys (1948), Maidens In Waiting (1951), Life Of An East End Parson (1940), Grand Hotel Torquay (1947) and Holiday Camp Yorkshire (1953).
Born in London to a working-class family in May 1913, Hardy was the eldest of seven children.
After leaving school at the age of 14, he got a job as a messenger, which saw him collecting and delivering film and prints for West End chemists.
Bitten by the photography bug, he bought his first camera for 50p from a pawn shop and had his first big break when he snapped King George V and Queen Mary passing by in a carriage down Blackfriars Road.
The enterprising youngster printed off 200 postcards and sold them to friends and neighbours.
Following his work as a laboratory assistant for a photographic agency, he was hired as a staff photographer at the Picture Post in the 1940s.
There, he used his trusted Leica to capture the slums of London and Glasgow (including the gritty Gorbals neighbourhood), as well as assignments during World War Two and Korea.

He died aged 82.
His widow, Sheila, has granted access to images and limited-edition prints that have not been widely seen.

The exhibition runs from April 4 to May 23.
 
A second-hand clothes shop in Gorbals, captured by Hardy on his trusted LeicaA second-hand clothes shop in Gorbals, captured by Hardy on his trusted Leica

 
Mrs Lundy at her junk shop in Bedford Street in Gorbals
An East End parson with a child among the bombed ruins of London
 
Mrs Lundy at her junk shop in Bedford Street in Gorbals; right, An East End parson with a child among the bombed ruins of London

 
Smiling children run along behind a parson in the East End during the BlitzSmiling children run along behind a parson in the East End during the Blitz
 
Two boys with their dogs in Gorbals in a street rife with graffiti in 1948Two boys with their dogs in Gorbals in a street rife with graffiti in 1948

Got a good nose on her: Britney has had 11 successful fragrances

Nevermind her teeth... it was Britney Spears' outfit which looked in greater need of a check-up as she headed to the dentist on Thursday.
The 31-year-old former X Factor judge was certainly off the mark as she stepped out in Thousand Oaks, California, on Thursday in a rather sloppy outfit.
The singer was seen walking out of an office building wearing an ensemble most starlets would only slop around the house in.
 
Catching a whiff: Britney Spears was seen sniffing a retainer box as she left the dentist in Thousand Oaks, California on Thursday
Catching a whiff: Britney Spears was seen sniffing a retainer box as she left the dentist in Thousand Oaks, California on Thursday

The mother-of-two – who has two sons Jayden James, six, and Sean Preston, seven, with ex-husband Kevin Federline – dressed down to get her teeth looked at.
 
She was spotted in loose jogging bottoms and up boots, covering up her patterned T-shirt by clasping her long cardigan together with her free hand.
The blonde wore her hair up in a bun on top of her head and had minimal make-up on her face to run the errand.
 
Dressed down: The 31-year-old wore loose jogging bottoms and Ugg boots with a long cardigan for the trip
Dressed down: The 31-year-old wore loose jogging bottoms and Ugg boots with a long cardigan for the trip
 
Dressed down: The 31-year-old wore loose jogging bottoms and Ugg boots with a long cardigan for the trip
 
Can't get enough: The pop star kept the container close to her nose
Can't get enough: The pop star kept the container close to her nose
The star was noticeably sniffing a bright box which looked like an econo-lock scented retainer holder.
The container - made of pure flavoured thermoplastic resins and used for storage of the removable orthodontic appliance - can come in many different variations. 
Britney may be placing a retainer in her mouth at night when she is out of the spotlight to help straighten her teeth out over a period of time dependent on her particular needs.
 
Staying warm: The blonde held her cardigan together to cover up her T-shirt
Staying warm: The blonde held her cardigan together to cover up her T-shirt
Britney couldn’t help but catch a whiff of the fresh smell at its most prominent stage as she walked back to her car following the appointment.
She without a doubt has high interest in scents as she has released 11 perfumes under her name and is on verge of adding another fragrance to her successful collection.
She is apparently unleashing a new bottle named Island Fantasy through Elizabeth Arden’s beauty brand in April this year.

 
Got a good nose on her: Britney has had 11 successful fragrances
Got a good nose on her: Britney has had 11 successful fragrances
 
Got a good nose on her: Britney has had 11 successful fragrances