Well, we weren’t walking the red carpet, but we were lucky enough to take part in Connected’s Celebrity Gifting Suite Celebrating the 2011 Golden Globe Awards. The event was held at Ben Kitay Studios in Hollywood on Saturday, January 14th. Each celeb received a TheraBreath gift bag that included our TheraBreath Oral Rinse, TheraBreath Toothpaste and our Mouth Wetting Lozenges. The lozenges were a big hit and we actually found out that a few of the stars already used our products! Here are some photos, enjoy!
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According to sources, there are many strange phobias that celebrities have out there, and some are more common than others. For instance, Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell, Whoopi Goldberg, Aretha Franklin all have the common fear of flying. Ironically, the former Baywatch star Carmen Electra actually has a fear of water and claims that she has panic attacks if she even gets close to it!
As for less conventional fears, the “world’s sexiest woman” Megan Fox allegedly hates bad breath so much that she has a major phobia of it! That’s right, fellas, you better stock up on your TheraBreath…no halitosis for Megan Fox!
Tyra Banks admitted herself that she has a problem with morning breath on her show, The Tyra Banks Show. Although she flosses, brushes with an electric toothbrush, uses a “strong cinnamon flavored” mouthwash and a tongue scraper, she still says she has bad breath in the morning. She also discussed tongue scrapers and how they help get extra bacteria out of one’s mouth.
Tyra also mentioned that someone who has very fresh-smelling breath is Clay Aiken. His “good breath” is one of the reasons that Tyra had one of her most fun interviews on the show with him.
More celebrities with bad breath! Recently, Julia Roberts and her peanut butter sandwiches caused a huge stink when shooting love scenes with actor Clive Owen for the movie ‘Duplicity.’
The Hollywood star and Owen had been comfortable shooting sexy scenes together since they had become friends after shooting the movie ‘Closer’ together back in 2004, but her peanut butter sandwich cravings caused some issues. She often ate them between scenes, so she had to freshen up frequently before filming the more intimate takes.
Luckily she was so comfortable shooting with Owen, because she was frequently asking him for mints after having the sandwiches.
by David Germain
Cate Blanchett and Judi Dench have a royal conversation about Elizabethan bad breath on the set of “Notes on a Scandal.” In the Elizabethan Era, basic hygiene was practically unknown.
10/10/2007 | 11:18 PM
LOS ANGELES – When Cate Blanchett and Judi Dench co-starred in last year’s drama “Notes on a Scandal,” their off-camera conversations naturally turned to Queen Elizabeth I, a role each has played.
They didn’t chat about the grand legacy of the long-reigning monarch, though. According to Blanchett, they spoke of stench and halitosis.
“I think we talked sort of generally about how smelly Elizabethan England would have been,” Blanchett told The Associated Press in an interview. “We did talk about the smell and how bad everyone’s breath would have been.”
Blanchett, 38, shot to stardom in 1998’s “Elizabeth.” She reprises the role in “Elizabeth: The Golden Age,” which opens Friday and centers on the queen’s dalliance with the dashing Sir Walter Raleigh (Clive Owen) amid a holy war Catholic Spain wages on Protestant England in the late 16th century.
The 1998 film earned a best-actress Academy Award nomination for Blanchett, who later won the supporting-actress prize for “The Aviator.” Dench won the supporting-actress Oscar for playing the queen in “Shakespeare in Love,” released the same year “Elizabeth” came out.
Blanchett recalled that while she initially had been reluctant to revisit the character, “Elizabeth” director Shekhar Kapur always seemed to have a second film in mind.
“He literally started talking about it the minute we wrapped. I honestly thought he was joking,” Blanchett said. “So I didn’t really pay it much mind. Then over the years, he just kept returning to the idea, and I thought, he’s not simply being provocative. He actually believes there’s something more that we could say.”
The story of Elizabeth may not be over for Blanchett and Kapur. At a recent question-and-answer session with an audience after an advance screening of “The Golden Age,” Blanchett again expressed reluctance about a third chapter.
But the crowd clapped heartily when Kapur raised the idea.
“I keep saying that, because the more people applaud, the more she will be persuaded,” Kapur said. – AP