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Celebrity Week In Review: Miley & Liam Call It Quits, Christina’s Weight Loss And More

Country singer Alvin Crow is 63. Actor Drake Hogestyn (Days of Our Lives) is 60. PBS newswoman Gwen Ifill is 58. Child actor Ken Weatherwax (Pugsley on The Addams Family) is 58. Singer Suzzy Roche of The Roches is 57. Comedian Andrew Dice Clay is 56. Singer-bassist Les Claypool of Primus is 50. Actress Jill Whelan (Love Boat) is 47. Bassist Brad Smith of Blind Melon is 45. Singer Devante Swing of Jodeci is 44. Actress Emily Lloyd is 43. Actress Natasha Gregson Wagner is 43. Actress Rachel Cronin (Ed) is 42. Guitarist Danick Dupelle of Emerson Drive is 40.

Celebrity Chef Robert Irvine Collaborates With FortiFX To Unveil Signature Line Of World’s Only Six-Layer Baked Protein Bars Called FIT CRUNCHâ„¢

The duo was first spotted cozying up in Las Vegas over the weekend at XS nightclub. Cyrus has yet to say anything regarding the breakup, but she’s sparked rumors of her own: Last we heard, she was getting cozy with her producer, Mike WiLL Made It . In other news, Christina Aguilera looked incredible on “The Tonight Show” Sept. 18, displaying her weight loss in a little black dress. The “Voice” coach admitted she “feels sexier than ever” while discussing her Maxim shoot. Looking good, Xtina! Gwyneth Paltrow also got candid about her sexuality on “Chelsea Lately” this week. The mom-of-two and wife of Coldplay frontman Chris Martin joked about her “sex addiction” with Chelsea Handler, saying, “Well, basically I was a really normal person, and then I started hanging out with you all the time. Oops! See the best photos of the week below: Loading Slideshow Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Aaron Paul was all smiles as he headed out and about with his wife Lauren in Los Angeles, Calif., on Sept. 24. Celebrity Photos: September 2013 Heidi Klum rocked a see-through shirt at Heathrow airport in London on Sept.

NAIROBI, KENYA, - SEPTEMBER 25:  Relatives carry a coffin during a funeral procession for Selima Merali (41) and her daughter Nuriana Merali (15), who were killed in the attack by gunmen at the Westgate Shopping Centre, on September 25, 2013 in Nairobi, Kenya. The country is observing three days of national mourning as security forces begin the task of clearing and securing the Westgate shopping mall following a four-day siege by militants.  (Photo by Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)

25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Celebrity Chef Robert Irvine, recognized for his culinary career and hit TV shows on the Food Network, along with nutritional products brand FortiFX, is pleased to announce the debut of a new, signature line of six-layer baked meal replacement bars FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars which are remarkably high in protein and low in sugar without compromising taste and texture. To view the multimedia assets associated with this release, please click: http://www.multivu.com/mnr/62750-pervine-foods-robert-irvine-fortifx-baked-protein-bars-fit-crunch “I have always had a passion for fitness,” said Robert Irvine. “With such a busy schedule and being on the road for the majority of the year, I have found that protein bars can provide the necessary nutrients for energy, focus and building muscle but they often require compromising on taste and texture. With FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars, I finally have a bar that I want to eat, and what’s more, they are ready-to-eat for anyone, whether you are busy and active in your everyday life or are fitness-focused and looking to build muscle.” Available in two flavors, Cookies & Cream and Peanut Butter, FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars are the only six-layer baked bars in the world. They deliver 30 grams of the highest quality protein blend, including whey, and other simple ingredients including whey isolate, high protein chocolate and peanut butter making them a nutritional source of elements the body can really use. Notably low in sugar without compromising taste and texture, each bar has a candy bar crunch with a soft cookie center. FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars are an ideal meal replacement option for athletes as well as the everyday person in need of quick, on-the-go nutrition. Chef Irvine teamed up with founder of the nutritional products brand FortiFX, Sean Perich, to develop FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars as a solution to making healthy, high-protein food taste delicious. Perich created the first ever baked protein bar using a soft-batch cookie recipe 13 years ago, and now bakes and produces more than 50 million bars each year using this proprietary baking process. “To me, these bars taste as good as anything I’ve ever made, and I hope they will encourage everyone who tries them to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle,” said Irvine. To try FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars and find out what it means to finally have a craving you can call healthy, visit fitcrunchbars.com . About FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars were developed by world-renowned Celebrity Chef and Food Network host Robert Irvine alongside Sean Perich, the founder of the nutritional products brand FortiFX, on the grounds of no compromise in taste, texture and nutrition. The only six-layer baked protein bars on the planet, each bar is baked from scratch and contains 30 grams of the highest quality protein blend, including whey, and is low in sugar and easy to digest. FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars are designed as a ready-to-eat meal replacement to supplement the diets of those who maintain very active, fitness-focused lifestyles, to help promote energy, focus and building muscle. Currently available in Cookies & Cream and Peanut Butter, FIT CRUNCH Baked Bars will be available in a new flavor Caramel Nut beginning in January 2014.