Baking An Ombre Cake According To Kristen, Obviously!


Glitter N Glue Kristen Obviously Pink Ombre Birthday Cake Have you been keeping up lately with life according to Kristen? In the latest episode of my new digital seriesKristen, obviously! I baked a cake for my upcoming 30th birthday. But not just any cake… I fell victim to the pressures of Pinterest and tried my best to successfully bake a pink ombre cake. Thank goodness for friends like Byron Talbott who were able to help me through the process. Click here to watch all the fun!

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Jose Mourinho: World Cup warning after Wayne Rooney bid



Jose Mourinho has warned players that being “second choice” at their club could damage their prospects of playing at the World Cup next summer.

The Chelsea manager was speaking two days after Manchester United rejected a bid from the Blues for Wayne Rooney.

The England forward, 27, was angered by a suggestion he could be back-up to Robin van Persie at Old Trafford.

“For a player to be selected for his country, normally he must be first choice at his club,” Mourinho said.

Rooney’s Premier League goals

Wayne Rooney
2002-03: Six 2003-04: Nine 2004-05: 11
2005-06: 16 2006-07: 14 2007-08: 12
2008-09: 12 2009-10: 26 2010-11: 11
2011-12: 27 2012-13: 12 Total: 156

The Portuguese was talking at a news conference in Kuala Lumpur where Chelsea officials had told journalists he would not be answering questions about the failed Rooney bid.

But he was happy to discuss how he could motivate his…

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Man U rejects bid from Chelsea for Wayne Rooney



Chelsea’s ambitious bid to sign striker Wayne Rooney from Manchester United has been rejected by the Premier League champions.

The 27-year-old Rooney has been pushing for a move since expressing his frustration to the club about his lack of playing time towards the end of last season.

But both Alex Ferguson and David Moyes, who succeeded his fellow Scot as manager in May, have insisted Rooney is not for sale since he has two years left on his contract.

Despite those public statements, Chelsea has maintained its pursuit of the England striker, culminating in a formal bid submitted to its Premier League rival.

The London club was moved to confirm the bid to deny reports that it had offered midfielder Juan Mata or defender David Luiz as part of a $15 million US offer.

“The official bid was just about a certain about of money … not one single player…

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