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Yanet García enciende Instagram con su lencería más atrevida para dar el Grito



Yanet García sigue como una de las modelos más reconocidas de las redes sociales, ya que siempre comparte impactantes imágenes para todos sus fans. Y ahora lo ha hecho en una publicación que ha demostrado la lencería más sensual que posee, acompañada de motivos patrios, lo cual lo ha hecho con toda la intención de que sus followers puedan dar el Grito de Independencia en México.

De esta manera, la influencer mexicana ha dejado ver que se mantiene en el gusto de sus millones de seguidores, principalmente en Instagram y a través de sus canales oficiales con motivo de este 15 y 16 de septiembre.

Yanet García, quien es conocida mundialmente como la ‘chica del clima’, tras sus recordados pasos en Televisa y Univisión, cuenta con millones de fans en Instagram. Y, de hecho, cuando llegó a la plataforma OnlyFans, su éxito también se incrementó con esto.

¿Quién es Yanet García?

Yanet García es originaria de Monterrey, Nuevo León y a sus 32 años de edad, ha logrado grandes cosas para su carrera. Apoyada siempre por el alcance de las redes sociales, como Instagram, la mexicana ha dejado siempre muy en alto el nombre de nuestro país, ya que regularmente entra a varios top 10 de las chicas más bellas del mundo, gracias a su labor como la ‘Chica del Clima’.

De hecho, fue precisamente en Instagram donde siguió mostrando su belleza en sus inicios, lo que la catapultó hacia diversos trabajos que ahora la muestran como lo que es: una bomba sexual.

Para llegar a eso, la regiomontana ha tenido que pasar por varias cadenas de televisión en México y en Estados Unidos, por lo que goza ya de una enorme atención de todos los medios.

El coqueteo de Yanet García con Issa Vegas

Por otro lado, las modelos, Yanet García e Issa Vegas, compartieron en sus redes sociales un momento de coqueteo para complacer a todos sus fans.

La argentina publicó una imagen en la que aparece en bikini e inmediatamente comenzó a acumular comentarios y likes por miles. Pero justo uno de estos fue de parte de Yanet García.

Con una serie de emojis, la mexicana empezó a llamar la atención por dirigirse de esa manera a la sudamericana.

Cuando los seguidores de ambas se dieron cuenta de lo que pasaba en la cuenta que publicó la foto, inmediatamente se emocionaron y comenzaron a celebrar que eso estuviera ocurriendo, ya que es una conexión que indudablemente podría traer como resultado una colaboración en el futuro.

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Las celebrities españolas deslumbran en la ‘Leg Celebration’ en Milán – Hoy Magazine




Con sus looks más espectaculares, nuestras embajadoras han cruzado el Mediterráneo para enseñar sus piernas mejor vestidas en la fiesta de Calzedonia llamada ‘Calzedomania’ en la inauguración de la Fashion Week Milan. Sus trajes han sido protagonistas, pero también sus medias. Y como todos sabemos, querido lector, las medias de Calzedonia son únicas e inigualables por sus maravillosos estampados, y como no podía ser de otra forma, las celebrities españolas tenían que escoger las más elegantes, modernas y arriesgadas para completar todos sus outfits.

Todas las it girls tuvieron a su disposición la amplia colección de Calzedonia, pudiendo escoger su modelo favorito para la noche y combinarlo de la forma más elegante.

Alexandra Pereira y Paula Echevarría escogieron medias con estampado de leopardo, combinado con faldas y tacones que dejaban ver la belleza del diseño. Tal y como son ellas, tigresas salvajes y bellos leopardos, las combinaron con vestidos negros y tacones del mismo color, aunque Carbonero arriesgó con la mezcla con unos tacones blancos con plataforma.

Sara Carbonero deslumbró al resto de las invitadas con sus tacones blancos combinados con su camisa, todo ello, unido por sus medias de rosas estampadas que conjuntó con su collar con una flor. Un look muy en la línea de la periodista que la posiciona en el primer plano de todas las fotografías.

Hiba Abouk apostó por un estilo más canalla y sexy con medias de rejilla, con un vestido mini y escote en palabra de honor, pero donde destacaba sobre todo un lazo en el centro del pecho y en sus tacones de punta y aguja.

Begoña Vargas, con un traje espectacular de americana y short combinado con mocasín, y Marta Lozano deslumbraron con medias de topitos. Al igual que Teresa Andrés que sorprendió con un vestido barby core y un estampado muy vintage.



Sin embargo, sin duda, mi favorita fue Marta Sierra con un look súper arriesgado lleno de plumas y lacitos, protagonistas en sus medias. Su look eclipsó al del resto de invitadas y fue una composición estelar que nos enamoró a todos.


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6 Celebrities Share What Being Immunocompromised Is Really Like for Them




Your immune system is your body’s first line of defense for fending off harmful substances that can lead to gnarly infections. It filters out unwanted invaders—say, certain viruses or bacteria—with the help of special immune cells, antibodies, and various security checkpoints, like your skin, digestive system, and lymphatic system, per Johns Hopkins Medicine. If you’re immunocompromised, one or more of those systems don’t fire on all cylinders, which weakens your body’s defenses and makes you more susceptible to illnesses.

As we’ve learned during the pandemic, immunocompromised people often have to move through life with extra caution to protect their health—and no two individuals’ needs are the same. Conditions affecting the immune system are often invisible to others, but plenty of celebrities have spoken about their own experiences with being immunocompromised. Below, they share their stories about what it’s like living with weakened immunity.

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1. Kesha

In June, Kesha exclusively revealed to SELF that she had been diagnosed with common variable immunodeficiency (CVID), a primary immunodeficiency disease (PIDD) that puts her at risk of developing recurrent—and potentially serious—infections. The disorder’s cause isn’t fully understood, but it’s believed to be linked to a mix of genetic and environmental factors that limit a person’s ability to produce enough protective antibodies. In Kesha’s case (like 25% of people with the condition), consistent infections are joined by autoimmune issues that cause the immune system to mistakenly attack healthy parts of the body in an attempt to protect it. CVID can also come with uncomfortable symptoms like breathing difficulties, gastrointestinal problems, pain and swelling in the joints, and fatigue, among others.

Before Kesha was diagnosed, she tried to just work around the tiredness she often felt. “I had a really hard time saying no to interviews or photo shoots,” she explained. “It led to severe exhaustion physically and mentally.” Now, she prioritizes rest to stay well. “I learned after my diagnosis that sleep is the most important thing,” she said. “I feel like I’m just playing catch-up on my teens and twenties, still. But I try to get as much sleep as possible, and I have to protect that fiercely.”

2. Selena Gomez

Gomez has long been open about her experience with lupus, an autoimmune disease in which the immune system attacks its own tissues, causing inflammation in the joints, skin, heart, lungs, kidneys, and elsewhere. The condition results in a slew of symptoms, including chronic pain, fatigue, fevers, mouth sores, and kidney problems.

Gomez first publicly discussed her lupus diagnosis in 2015, after she took a break from her global tour to undergo chemotherapy and mentally process it all. “I could’ve had a stroke,” she told Billboard. “I locked myself away until I was confident and comfortable again.”

In 2017, Gomez revealed that she was additionally diagnosed with lupus nephritis—a lupus complication that affects the kidneys—and had to receive a kidney transplant that year. “It actually got to a point where it was life or death,” Gomez said at the 2017 Lupus Research Alliance’s Breaking Through Gala, per E! News. “Thankfully, one of my best friends [Francia Raisa] gave me her kidney and it was the ultimate gift of life. And I am doing quite well now.”

The 31-year-old has continued to candidly speak about living with lupus—including how it affects her mental health and medication side effects—in the hope of raising awareness about chronic illness. “Yeah, we have days where maybe we feel like sh*t, but I would much rather be healthy and take care of myself,” she said in a TikTok live stream shared to Twitter in February. “My medications are important, and I believe they’re what helps me.” She continued: “I just wanted to…encourage anyone out there who feels any sort of shame for exactly what they’re going through, and no one knows the real story.”

3. Venus Williams

In 2011, after withdrawing from the US Open due to illness, Venus Williams was diagnosed with Sjogren’s syndrome, an autoimmune condition characterized by joint pain, fatigue, and its hallmark symptoms: dry eyes and dry mouth. It took the tennis player seven years of feeling “off” to finally get answers about her condition, she said in a 2022 YouTube video.

“I literally got too sick to continue to play professional sports,” she recalled. She said she wasn’t able to compete for around nine months. “I had to learn how to rest, there were points where I just pushed myself…I would literally crash and couldn’t get up,” she added.

In a 2019 interview with Prevention, she detailed the struggle to receive a diagnosis, especially given that so many autoimmune diseases are difficult to detect. “I felt out of control,” she said.

Thankfully, Williams received treatment that worked—but her healing didn’t happen overnight. “In the beginning, I just had to wait to get better,” she told Prevention. “One of the medications I had took six months to set in. There was another that took one to three months. It was kind of a waiting game until you can go back to what you had been doing.” She continued: “Before I was on medication, the quality of my life wasn’t as good because I was extremely uncomfortable. Just being alive was very uncomfortable. I was exhausted to the point that I was just always uncomfortable or in pain.”

Now, Williams is back on the court thanks to the help of her doctors and supportive lifestyle choices, like prioritizing sleep. “I live with Sjogren’s syndrome every day, and I continue to find a way to make a life and make a career and make the best life out of it,” she said in the YouTube video. “It isn’t always easy, but that’s a part of the challenge.”

4. Carrie Ann Inaba

In 2021, Carrie Ann Inaba left The Talk to focus on her health. In her adult life, she has been diagnosed with an array of autoimmune conditions, including lupus, Sjogren’s syndrome, and rheumatoid arthritis, as she wrote on her blog Carrie Ann Conversations.

“When I first got diagnosed, some encouraged me to keep my struggles to myself, but I’ve found that it’s always been better to be honest about my needs and realities than to stay silent. I believe strongly in sharing my journey,” Inaba wrote in the 2021 post.

Over the last two years, Inaba has worked with a team of medical professionals to tailor her treatment plan and make lifestyle adjustments that support her health. Now, she’s dedicated to being an “autoimmune warrior” and an advocate for others with invisible illnesses. “I want to share what I’m doing so I can help people,” she told Yahoo last year. “I’m more well now than I’ve been in my life…I’m so much more conscious now of what it takes to maintain wellness.”

5. Sarah Hyland

Modern Family’s Sarah Hyland was born with kidney dysplasia, a congenital disease in which the organ didn’t develop fully in utero, per the American Urological Association. The condition caused Hyland to experience kidney failure at 21 years old. In order to save her life, she underwent a transplant with a kidney donated by her father. In 2016, her body began to reject it, as she told SELF in a 2018 interview. “When you have an organ transplant, it’s basically a foreign thing in your body,” she explained. “Your immune system will want to attack it and be like, ‘What is this? This is not supposed to be here.’”

In 2017, Hyland went on dialysis, a treatment that filters waste from the blood when the kidneys can’t. Doctors removed the donated kidney that year, and shortly thereafter, her younger brother gave her one of his. Now, the 32-year-old is in stable health, but will take immunosuppressants—drugs that keep her body from rejecting the new kidney, but increase her risk of developing infections, per the Cleveland Clinic—for the rest of her life. It’s going well, despite the fact that she can no longer enjoy her favorite citrus, which interferes with the meds. “The thing that I miss most is grapefruit,” she told SELF. “I f*cking love grapefruit.”

6. Selma Blair

In 2018, Selma Blair received a diagnosis that made sense of 40 years’ worth of debilitating symptoms. She was told she had multiple sclerosis, a neurodegenerative autoimmune disease in which the immune system attacks healthy nerve fibers of the brain and spine, impacting mobility, speech, and brain function.

Blair’s symptoms included throbbing headaches, consistent fevers, and numb limbs that “felt out of control,” as she wrote in her memoir, Mean Baby. By 2021, after undergoing chemotherapy and a stem cell transplant, Blair entered remission, meaning she “stopped losing abilities,” she told SELF in January. “I’m so much better, but it haunts my physical cells. It’s there. Some people wake up two years later and they’re like, ‘I’m healed! Colors are brighter!’ But I never had that moment. I just stopped having regression.”

The Cruel Intentions actress isn’t letting that stop her from advocating for others in the form of her memoir; her documentary, Introducing, Selma Blair; and an appearance on Dancing With the Stars that moved its judges to tears. “I don’t find the advocacy trying,” she told SELF. “I know it’s for other people more than myself, and it makes me feel better. It really does.”


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Celebrities who competed at Miss USA and how they placed




Several Miss USA competitors went on to have careers in the public eye.
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  • The 72nd Miss USA pageant will take place in Reno, Nevada, on September 29.
  • Ahead of the pageant, Insider took a look back at celebrities who competed on the Miss USA stage.
  • Halle Berry, Olivia Culpo, and Hannah Brown were all Miss USA hopefuls. 

Halle Berry nearly won Miss USA in 1986.

Halle Berry competed in Miss USA in 1986.
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Halle Berry represented Ohio at Miss USA in 1986. She was first-runner up to Miss Texas, Christy Fichtner, who was the first runner-up at Miss Universe. If Fichtner had won, Berry would have inherited the Miss USA crown. 

That same year, Berry was the first African-American woman to represent the USA at the Miss World competition. She finished in sixth place. 

While Berry didn’t take home the Miss USA or Miss World crowns, she continued to make history in Hollywood. In 1999, Berry took on the title role in the HBO film “Introducing Dorothy Dandridge,” a biopic about the first African-American woman to be nominated for the Academy Award for best actress. The role won Berry both an Emmy and a Golden Globe. 

Three years later, it was Berry who became the first Black woman to win the coveted best actress Oscar. She took home the trophy for her role in the 2001 film “Monster’s Ball.”  

In 1993, Kenya Moore became the second Black woman to win the Miss USA crown.

Kenya Moore competed in Miss USA in 1993.
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Kenya Moore took home the Miss USA crown while representing Michigan in 1993. She placed in the top six at Miss Universe. 

Moore’s big pageant win kicked off a Hollywood acting career that included stints on TV shows like “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” “Living Single,” and “Girlfriends”; films like “Waiting to Exhale” and “Deliver Us from Eva”; and music videos with Nas and Tupac. 

Moore has since become a Bravo star, appearing on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” since 2012. She has also appeared as a contestant on “The Apprentice,” “Dancing With the Stars,” and, most recently, Fox’s new reality show “Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test.” 

Shanna Moakler was first runner-up at Miss USA in 1995, but she inherited the crown after her competitor won Miss Universe.

Shanna Moakler competed in Miss USA in 1995.
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Shanna Moakler represented New York at Miss USA 1995. She was first runner-up to Miss Texas, Chelsi Smith, but assumed the title of Miss USA after Smith won Miss Universe. 

Like many of her predecessors, Moakler ventured into Hollywood after her pageant career came to an end, appearing on shows including “Pacific Blue” and “Entourage.” Moakler was married to Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker for four years, briefly starring in the E! reality show “Meet the Barkers.” The couple, who divorced in 2008, share two children. Moakler also shares a daughter with boxer Oscar De La Hoya. 

Moakler has appeared as a contestant on “Dancing With the Stars” and “Celebrity Big Brother.” She also remains active in the Miss USA organization, currently serving as the executive director for both the Miss Utah USA and Miss Nevada USA state pageants.

Ali Landry was crowned Miss USA in 1996.

Ali Landry competed in Miss USA in 1996.
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Landry took home the pageant’s top prize in 1996 while representing Louisiana in the competition, and she went on to place in the top six in the Miss Universe pageant in the same year.

She transferred her pageant success into a career in entertainment, notably starring in a series of Doritos ads, including a spot that aired during the Super Bowl in 1999. 

Landry’s biggest role was as Rita Lefleur on UPN’s EVE, which she appeared in from 2003 to 2006, according to her IMDb page, and she most recently appeared in the controversial film “Sound of Freedom.”

Landry was also married to Mario Lopez — but only very briefly. The pair dated for six years before getting married in 2004, but their marriage was annulled just two weeks after they said “I do” after Landry found out Lopez had cheated on her, according to Yahoo! Entertainment

In 2012, Olivia Culpo became the first Miss USA to win the Miss Universe pageant in 15 years.

Olivia Culpo competed in Miss USA in 2012.
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After becoming Miss USA and Miss Universe, the Rhode Island native amassed a huge social media following and established a career as an influencer. Today, she has 5.3 million Instagram followers.

Culpo dipped her toe into acting in the years that followed, appearing in “I Feel Pretty” with Amy Schumer and “The Other Woman” with Cameron Diaz, as her IMDb page states.

She has also starred in one season of the TLC reality series “The Culpo Sisters” with her family, but the network has yet to announce if the show will be renewed for another season. 

In April, Culpo’s longtime partner Christian McCaffrey, who currently plays for the San Francisco 49ers, proposed. The couple have not publicly announced a wedding date yet.

Hannah Brown competed in the 2018 Miss USA pageant as Miss Alabama.

Hannah Brown competed in Miss USA in 2018.
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Brown did not place in the top 15 of the pageant, but in the same year, she went on to compete on season 23 of “The Bachelor” when Colton Underwood starred on the show.

She placed seventh in the reality competition series, and in 2019, she went on to become the Bachelorette in season 15 of the series. 

Brown gave her final rose to Jed Wyatt and accepted his proposal at the end of the series, but their engagement ended a few months later after she found out he was dating someone else up until the day he left to film the show.

After her time on “The Bachelorette” ended, Hannah went on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars,” ultimately winning season 28 of the series.

In 2021, Brown published a memoir “God Bless This Mess,” which became a New York Times bestseller. In September, she announced on Instagram that her second book, “Mistakes We Never Made,” would be published in May 2024.

Competing in the same year as Brown, Caelynn Miller-Keyes was first runner-up in the Miss USA pageant.

Caelynn Miller-Keyes competed in Miss USA in 2018.
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Miller-Keyes represented North Carolina in the pageant. 

Like Brown, Miller-Keyes went on to compete for Colton Underwood’s heart in season 23 of “The Bachelor,” placing fourth in the season. 

She appeared on the spin-off series “Bachelor in Paradise” in 2019, where she met Dean Unglert. He briefly left the show without her, but he then returned and asked her to leave with him, which she did, as US Weekly reported. The couple got engaged in 2022.

Today, Miller-Keyes is an influencer with over 1 million Instagram followers. 

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