The former face of Noxzema, Rebecca Gayheart‘s skin glowing even more than usual, as the actress is toting around a baby belly while shopping in Los Angeles.
Gayheart spent the afternoon shopping with friends, looking happy and content to be out and about.
Her 18-month-old daughter with husband Grey’s Anatomy actor Eric Dane wasn’t in tow, but it’s likely she may have been spending the day with daddy.
Like lots of women in Hollywood, Rebecca maintains her ability to be stylish and pregnant, wearing grey skinny jeans, a black top and a chunky grey sweater to tie the whole look together.
Rebecca Gayheart was spotted having a casual lunch with friends yesterday afternoon, following the premiere of her babydaddy/husband’s new film, Valentine’s Day. I’m pretty psyched to see the movie, mainly because I’ll see anything with McSteamy in it. Rebecca is one lucky lady to be married to such a hot piece of man meat…no wonder she’s smiling so big in these pictures!
I don’t know why everyone is constantly referring to Rebecca Gayheart as “that Noxema girl”, especially when everyone knows that the breakthrough performance OF OUR LIFETIME was her role in Urban Legend. 9021-WHO? Rebecca knows this, and that’s why she hasn’t really been in anything memorable since (except for that non-sex tape, of course. But let’s be honest: we all watched it to catch a glimpse of what Eric Dane was working with, not for her).
Besides, how do you recapture magic once it’s been let out of a bottle? How do you top the role of Brenda Bates? You don’t!Rebecca should just get out of the Hollywood game altogether.
In other news, she’s totally pregnant and has yet to release a statement about it. Even a special needs monkey could tell that she’s expecting, so I don’t know what she’s waiting for. Maybe she’s hoping a magazine will come calling with a magazine cover?
Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker, Rebecca Gayheart and Zhang Jing Chu attend the Los Angeles premiere of Rush Hour 3 held at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
The film has angered the Chinese government and Chinese authorities have decided that the comedy is “fundamentally anti-Chinese” and it may not be released there, reports say. But censors at China’s Film Bureau stressed the movie had not been banned.
Only 20 foreign releases are allowed each year under strict rules governing cinema in China.
And one of them, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, was cut before it was screened in China last month. The disputed scenes involved Hong Kong actor Chow Yun-fat’s, performance as a pirate. Chinese news agency Xinhua said the portrayal of his character as bald and scarred was an insult to the country’s population.