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So many celebrities deny going on crash diets, having a little botox, or even admitting to hair extensions.

We get it. They're in the public eye and want to present their best possible selves; but we don't understand why they try so hard to hide the little bit of help they've received (especially when it's super obvious).

However, one gal that isn't afraid to hide her help is Rita Ora, and she even thinks it's "weird" that some people find it so hard to talk about.

“Some people feel really weird talking about hair extensions, but the reality is your hair can’t grow overnight, so why not get creative,” she told InStyle.

The 26-year-old is happy to admit that after years of damaging her locks with bleach and bad dye-jobs, she needs a little bit of a lift with her tresses now.

“The trick is, you have to completely own it, and that’s a confidence thing.

“I was only 14 (when I started dyeing my hair), which is why my hair is so short and damaged now," she added.

Being a natural brunette, Rita constantly has to dye her roots, but even with all the up-keep, the Hot Right Now singer says that blonde has "always been my thing," and she's not going to change anytime soon.



A new website wants to show that random hook-ups are not always such a bad thing!

Launched by sex researcher Zhana Vrangalova, The Casual Sex Project provides an outlet for people to anonymously chat about their sexual encounters and one-night stands.

“Hook-ups are so often presented as black or white, good or bad, but it isn’t this homogenous thing,” Dr Vrangalova said.

“There is such a plethora of activities, feelings, hopes and expectations, partner configurations and behaviors, outcomes, circumstances… I hope this project will help people see these nuances,” she added.

People of all ages, genders and sexual orientations are invited to share their hook-up stories on the website, sharing details like how it came about and whether or not they regret it.

Dr Vrangalova said that more often than not, the answer is no.

She is also working on a book and documentary about the lives of people who have slept with at least 1,000 people.

“I think it’d be absolutely fascinating to tell the life stories and put faces (not necessarily literally) to such a highly sexual lifestyle,” she said.