She’s Not Afraid To Bare All: Holly Willoughby Goes Make-up Free As She Leaves Celebrity Juice Filming

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Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. Join the Nation’s Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Celebrity Cruises to launch ship-wide gaming Cruise Log Fran Golden, Special for USA TODAY 12:50 p.m. EDT September 26, 2013 Celebrity passengers will soon be able to play casino games even when they are not in a ship’s casino by downloading a free app. (Photo: Celebrity Cruises) SHARE 26 CONNECT 45 TWEET COMMENTEMAILMORE For those who want to play poker at the pool and slots at dinner, Celebrity Cruises has teamed with Las Vegas-based Cantor Gaming for a cruise industry first mobile gaming you can access ship-wide. Celebrity passengers will soon be able to play casino games even when they are not in a ship’s casino by downloading a free application, Cantor Mobile Casino, to their smartphones or tablets via the ship’s Wi-Fi. PHOTO GALLERY: Tour a Celebrity ship After creating a “virtual wallet” at the ship’s casino desk to activate and fund their accounts, cruisers will be able to choose from games including slots, table games and video poker to play anywhere onboard. One caveat: The ship needs to be in international waters. “This state-of-the-art technology allows guests to play outside of the action-filled casino, whether relaxing by the pool, or waiting for their partner to get ready for their night of onboard dining and drinks, and will be an excellent addition to the edgy entertainment we offer onboard,” said Celebrity Cruises’ senior vice president of operations Greg Purdy, in a prepared statement. The Cantor gaming app is compatible with Apple and Android devices. The new technology will be installed on Celebrity’s five Solstice-class ships and four Millennium-class ships in coming months, Celebrity officials said. Fran Golden is the Experience Cruise expert blogger and a contributing editor of Porthole Magazine. She is the co-author of Frommer’s Alaska Cruises and Ports of Call. Golden is serving as Guest Editor of The Cruise Log while USA TODAY Cruise Editor Gene Sloan is away. For in-depth cruise planning information, videos and more, don’t miss USA TODAY’s new ExperienceCruise site.

Holly is normally glammed up with make-up on This Morning

The mother-of-two’s hair was not so put together and looked a bit dishevelled which may have been caused from the antics she may have taken part in for Celebrity Juice. Holly kept her look fashionable and wore a long pink jacket which she teamed with a white blouse underneath and tight-fitting jeans. What’s in the bag: The 32-year-old left the TV studios with her shopping including bits she got from Dior She finished her look with a stylish pair of flat boots from high street store Zara which featured gold stud detail and three buckles on the side. The line-up for the filmed episode looks exciting as also leaving the Riverside studios were Phillip Schofield, Christine Bleakley, Frank Lampard and Mark Wright. TV presenter Christine looked glamorous in a long black dress which she teamed with nude patent heels as she left the recording with her football fiance Frank. Christine Bleakley looked glamorous in a long black dress which she teamed with nude patent heels Phillip Schofield is apparently filling in for Fearne Cotton on Celebrity Juice and Mark Wright is set to feature on the show Also looking stylish on the night was former TOWIE star Mark Wright, who kept his hair slick and wore a navy blue shirt with a pair of jeans. Holly will more than likely slap on her make-up again for next week’s This Morning 25th Anniversary special on October 3rd. In an interview with Hello! Magazine the blonde beauty said she hardly sees the presenting gig as a job and is proud of the show’s achievement. Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield will celebrate the 25th Birthday of This Morning on Thursday 3rd October with a whole hosts of guests She said: ‘Twenty five years is such an incredible achievement. I never ever thought I would be on the show now when I used to watch it when I was younger. But I am so proud to be working on This Morning. ‘We cover so many varied subjects and if I wasn’t doing the show, I would be watching it. I feel guilty calling it a job because it is so enjoyable.’ The popular presenter also spoke about getting starstruck on the show when she interviewed Joan Collins: ‘I love Joan.


I could care less, Morris said about being followed by a celebrity on social media. Morris said she does not follow very many celebrities. I follow a lot of house music, Morris said. As mentioned by Morris, social media can either make or break a person and some celebrities are having very public downfalls. Virtually every person has heard of, if not directly seen, Amanda Bynes recent mental breakdown. With her constant Tweets calling others ugly and saying she wants rapper Drake to murder my vagina, it was not long until her downward spiral began. It makes me happy when Im depressed, Morris said about Amanda Bynes public meltdown. These odd antics went off for several months until Bynes parents and authorities stepped in. However, they did not intervene until the former child star lit an elderly womans driveway on fire as well as accidentally catching her dog on fire in the incident. Now Bynes has been on a 5150 psychiatric hold, where she has been diagnosed with Schizophrenia. According to, Schizophrenia is a severe mental disorder characterized by some, but not all of the following features: emotional blunting, intellectual deterioration, disorganized speech and behavior, delusions and hallucinations. Bynes has been treated for her mental illness and is making progress. Although her very public antics came as a shock to many people because she had not been directly in the public eye for some years, Bynes image seems to be thoroughly wrecked. Justin Bieber is yet another example of a celebrity who is slowly hurting his image by his Twitter and Instagram posts. The troubles first started when pictures of Bieber smoking marijuana and drinking illegally surfaced on his Twitter and Instagram accounts.