Here’s a way to stock up on summer footwear and give back!

Havaianas tapped celebrities like Courteney Cox, Rebecca Romijn, and Tori Spelling to design a collection of printed flip-flops, and 10% of sales go to Baby Buggy, a non-profit that provides essentials and educational services to children of families in need.

Women’s styles go for $26, while matching kids’ pairs are $19. Shop the lineup now, including Cox’s blue disc design and Romijn’s floral flip-flops, at us.havaianas.com.

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good deeds Lionsgate officially plans to bring the 2012 film “Good Deeds” written by, directed by & starring Tyler Perry as well as co-starring Thandie Newton and Gabrielle Union to DVD and Blu-ray Disc on June 12th.

Tech specs for the Blu-ray release include full 1080p Hi-Def video in the 2.35:1 aspect ratio and DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound. The title is already available for PRE-ORDER over at Amazon with a $27.99 price tag. The release will come in the form of a “combo pack” or sorts with a Digital Copy included. Bonus materials set to be included are listed below.

  • “Two Worlds Collide” featurette
  • “Motherly Love” featurette
     
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You can read about FITNESS cover girl and Wella Professionals celebrity ambassador Rebecca Romijn‘s workout and diet secrets in our March issue— but we got her to reveal how she gets those beach waves and that fresh, glowing skin, plus the products she can’t live without.

FITNESS: What’s the one beauty product that never leaves your bag?
Rebecca Romijn: I always carry Wella Ocean Spritz to refresh my hair. It mimics sea water and adds great texture. It’s a very good low-maintenance solution for someone who’s on the go.

FITNESS: What are your haircare, makeup and skincare routines like on a typical day?
RR: I cleanse and moisturize my face in the morning and at night, and never forget sunscreen.

FITNESS: What are your secrets for looking great no matter where you are and what you’re doing? Do you have a go-to makeup look or hairstyle?
RR: I don’t wash my hair every day; in fact I always prefer “second day hair”. It’s easy and it does what I want it to do!

FITNESS: What are you gym bag beauty essentials?
RR: I always carry a hair elastic and bobby pins in my gym bag to put my postworkout hair into a bun. A bun is an easy classic. I also put on a great pair of sunglasses and Smashbox O-Gloss for my lips. The pink shade is natural-looking and perfect on everyone. And I love the texture.

FITNESS: What’s your biggest beauty indulgence?
RR: My biggest beauty indulgence are regular facials, and I splurge on Oyxgen Plasma by Knutek. It’s a miracle-worker, and I use it morning and night when I cleanse. Oxygen helps with fine lines and to heal blemishes.

FITNESS: What’s the best tip you’ve picked up from the makeup, hair and skincare experts you’ve worked with?
RR: The best tip I’ve learned from makeup artists is to regularly use the Clarisonic on my face. Even if I think I’ve removed all my makeup, it’s amazing how much cleaner my face becomes after I use my Clarisonic. It’s possibly the best investment I’ve made in my skincare routine since I’ve been an adult.

FitnessMagazine.com

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Rebecca Romijn is scheduled to be a guest on the talk show “Live With Kelly” next week! The show will be airing on Friday, March 23rd, I’m not 100% sure that isn’t a re-run from earlier this year, but its good to check it out just in case its new! Check your local TV listings for exact air times in your area.

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I have just added 961 HQ and MQ images of Rebecca Romijn from all the events that she has attended so far this year into our photo gallery!

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After giving birth to twins Dolly and Charlie in December 2008, Rebecca Romijn was determined to get her pre-baby body back. Unfortnately, it turned out to be a much bigger challenge than Romijn anticipated.

“Losing that weight was probably the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life,” Romijn, 39, tells the March issue of Fitness. “Everything I did before I got pregnant — like Pilates, which I had done for about 14 years — didn’t work anymore. I had to change the way I worked out, the way I ate– everything.”

A friend convinced Romijn to try Bikram yoga, which she credits with helping her shed more than 60 pounds.

“At first the idea of doing a 90-minute workout in a 105-degree room sounded like torture,” Romijn admits. “But the sweating is exactly what I became addicted to. My body changed dramatically almost immediately. I’m stronger, I have more energy and I feel better, too. I was proud to get back into a bikini!”

Dieting was another problem for the Sports Illustrated supermodel. The 5-foot-11 star “forgot how much I was supposed to eat to keep my weight in check” while she was both pregnant and nursing.

“I went on a major diet about eight months ago. I cut out starch, dairy, fat, red meat, alcohol and sugar,” Romijn tells Fitness. “Just being on a diet was weird for me. I had never been on one in my life, and suddenly I was counting calories and measuring my food. Cutting out sugar was definitely the hardest. The first week I thought I was going to die. The cravings were bad. But after that, it was easy.”

Romijn’s husband Jerry O’Connell helps her find new ways to stay in shape, too

“We love to take long bike rides. We have a tandem bike, and we go up in the hills near our home,” she says of O’Connell, 37. “Jerry is very show-offy when he’s good at something, and he’s pretty much good at everything. But he’s been doing Bikram yoga for about a year now, and he isn’t very flexible. I’m happy there’s one thing I’m better at than he is.”

USMagazine.com

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Interview with Rebecca Romijn, who plays Heidi in Good Deeds:

1. Story
2. Story II
3. Tyler Perry
5. Being able to improv

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Rebecca Romijn is scheduled to appear on a couple of talk shows this week! She will be on “The Wendy Williams Show” Tuesday, February 14th and “Conan” Friday, February 16th! Check your local TV listings for exact air times in your area.

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Rebecca Romijn graces the cover of the March 2012 issue of “Fitness” magazine in the US!

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So the big model news this Fashion Week, aside from Karlie Kloss not walking any shows, is that the CFDA’s new guidelines require catwalkers to show proof that they’re 16 or older in order to walk the shows. How this will be enforced, we’re still not sure. Ford has already sent out a statement confirming they are repping models under the age of 16. And it’s likely other agencies are too–and sending those girls out on castings.

Well, after the Cynthia Rowley show last night, we spotted former model and now actress Rebecca Romijn and figured we’d get an expert opinion on the matter.

“I think that models should be 18 or older,” the stunner told us emphatically.

Why?

“Because there are child labor laws in this country and having been a model I have witnessed enough to know,” she explained. “I think some models are too young when they start working. And I think that a lot of parents trust that they’ll be in really good hands and sometimes they aren’t.”

We wondered if she ever witnessed anything that gave her, uh, pause, and she decidedly (but vaguely) told us, “Yes. Lots of things. Am I going to go into it now? No.”

Okay then. We also briefly referenced the newly formed Model Alliance, which led to Romijn sharing this interesting insider tidbit:

“By the way, alliances came up when I was modeling, too, and I was always invited to join them,” she said. “I think it’s a great idea and I really hope it works because I think that models need a lot of protection. But you can get blacklisted, too, if you join one, and that was what I was always warned against. So you never know.”

Yikes. So does Romijn think that still happens now? “I don’t know,” she said. “I hope it works. I would love to see it work.”

Well, as the Alliance already has the support of A-listers like Coco Rocha, Doutzen Kroes, Shalom Harlow and Crystal Renn–not to mention the backing of the CFDA and a promising meeting with Vogue–it’s looking like models rights have progressed with the times. Maybe Romjin can be the group’s honorary chair.

Fashionista.com

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