Delta Goodrem reflects on biggest beauty blunder as a teenager

Delta Goodrem admits she cringes over photos of herself from the early 2000s because of one regrettable beauty trend

Delta Goodrem grew up in the spotlight, having signed her first record deal with Sony at the age of 15, before joining the cast of Neighbours two years later.

But the Born to Try singer, 35, finds herself cringing these days when she looks back on her rise to fame – and it’s all because of one rather outdated beauty trend.

Delta revealed on Channel Seven’s Sunrise on Monday that she would over-pluck her eyebrows in her teens and early twenties because pencil-thin brows were fashionable at the time. 

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Pictured: Delta is pictured earlier this year

‘Why would I do that?’ Delta Goodrem cringes these days when she looks back at old photos –

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‘90210’ star Ian Ziering reflects on iconic show 30 years later: ‘It’s the gift that keeps on giving’

EXCLUSIVE: Ian Ziering had no idea what he was getting himself into when he set out to audition for “Beverly Hills, 90210″ three decades ago.

The “Sharknado” franchise star, 56, spoke with Fox News about landing the life-changing role of Steve Sanders on the beloved series and said playing alongside the iconic cast was more than he ever imagined.

“’90210,’ oh my God! That’s the gift that keeps on giving,” Ziering, said of the more than 10 years he spent on the series, including the 2019 reboot. “I’m all over the world. People are [waving] telling me, ‘Hey, Steve Sanders!’ But, you know what? Steve Sanders has been very good to me. I’m very appreciative of my time spent and of the relationships that I continue to nurture from that experience.”

The cast of 'Beverly Hills, 90210' are pictured here (Left to right): Tori Spelling, Brian Austin Green, Ian Ziering, Jennie Garth, Jason Priestley, Gabrielle Carteris, the late Luke Perry and Shannen Doherty.

The cast of ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ are pictured here (Left to right): Tori Spelling, Brian Austin Green, Ian Ziering,

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Fashion Designer Lauren Manoogian’s Ceramic Collection Reflects her Textural Apparel

Earthy, textural apparel is Brooklyn fashion designer Lauren Manoogian’s stock in trade: natural fibers, nubby knitwear, tonal nudes, easy drapes. That aesthetic echoes in her series of wood-fired clay housewares, made in a northern Peruvian community where ceramics are traditionally and exclusively made 
by women. The 12 one-off forms—hand-built bowls, cups, and pots—have been collected 
by Manoogian over the years and are now released as an edit under the moniker Object. On some, a dry white surface resembling flour-dusted sourdough is achieved through the application of green banana pulp and copal resin, a sealant sometimes ceremonially burned as incense. The smoother pieces, meanwhile, 
are finished with a clay slurry and then hand-burnished. In light of COVID-19, 20 percent of the proceeds will be donated to Juguete Pendiente, a Lima-based NGO.

Lauren Manoogian
Photography by Andres Altamirano.

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