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Jennifer Lopez' legs may look a million dollars - but it looks like they may well be worth it too. Well kind of. Apparently the diva is so fond of her pins that she splashes out a pretty hefty sum on scrubbing them clean on a daily basis - with the help of a few diamonds here and there.

The 45-year-old diva may be from the block but that doesn't mean she doesn't like to treat her killer limbs to a little bit of luxury here and there. A new report claims that she has been forking out for a $250 Australian body scrub to use on her pins that is infused with the powder of real life diamonds. Yes, actual great big sparkly diamonds ground up and rubbed all over her legs. Maybe it's her way of thanking them for keeping her on the list of women we would all love to look like for so many years.

A source told US OK! Magazine: “Jen's legs are actually her biggest problem area. She's prone to cellulite, and when she gains weight, it always goes straight to her thighs. But since she started exfoliating daily, her legs have never looked better.”

Jennifer Lopez allegedly likes to rub diamonds in to her legs (WENN)

But fear not, if you can't afford to shell out a small fortune on scrubbing yourself, and the only powdered gems within budget are of the kiddies lunchbox iced variety, Jen has another trick she uses to make her legs look even more awesome than they were to start with and this one is slightly more affordable - it's a combination of the lavish product with a dose of fake tan.

The insider added: “Jen says the cream not only keeps her legs super smooth, it makes her spray tan last longer. She goes through a tub of it every month.”

It's been just over three months since Robin Williams' death, and now his son Zak is speaking out about what he hopes will become his father's legacy. The actor, who took his own life on August 11, was best remembered for roles in comedies such as Mrs. Doubtfire, as well as his desire to help others, the latter of which Zak says he hopes to continue on with.

"Dad had almost a childlike love, and he shared that love with people, with everyone," Zak told Us Weekly at the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation fundraising gala on Thursday. "That ability to love, and that ability to be generous and giving and kind is something we would want to share with future generations."

Robin, who was good friends with the late Christopher Reeve, bonded over their desire to help others.

Robin Williams' son Zak attended the gala in honor of his father. (Twitter)

"The amazing thing about their relationship was their incredible drive to take the time to love, to help, and to appreciate others, even while they found themselves in great pain,” Zak said of his father and Christopher. “They always found time to give their all to those in need. Bringing light and healing where there's darkness, pain, or suffering is absolutely vital."

Zak also discussed how he and his half-siblings—25-year-old Zelda and 22-year-old Cody—are doing dealing with their father's death.

“We're doing okay," Zak told Us Weekly. "We're acclimating to the new normal. Everything is step by step.”

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight at the same event, 31-year-old Zak said that helping others has helped him and his family heal.

Robin's three children are still mourning the loss of their dad. (WENN)

"A large part of what we're doing through this grieving process is giving and spending time focusing on others,” he said.

Zak's half-sister Zelda has been very outspoken on her Twitter account since her father's death in August. On November 7, she expressed her feelings about the press making her dad's autopsy results public.

“A big, emphatic middle finger to the 'press' today,” she wrote.

Earlier this month it was revealed that Robin's three children would inherit the late actor's $50 million fortune. His widow, Susan Schneider, is also believed to have received a chunk of the Robin's estate.

Bastille have drawn inspiration from the King Of Pop in the video for their new single Torn Apart. The promo for the latest release from the British band sees a different twist being put on the story of Michael Jackson's promo for Black And White.

The promo - directed by Keith Schofield - for Dan Smith, Kyle Simmons, Will Farquarson and Chris Wood's collaboration with London based producer Grades tells the story of varying interpretations of what love means to different people through the medium of performance art.

Frontman Dan previously explained why they love making mixtapes in the interim periods between studio albums. He said: "With the mixtapes, it's about working with as many people as possible and having fun with people that we know and the friends we've made through touring."

Bastille recently joined the line-up for Band Aid 30 adding their talents to the charity siongle to help raise funds for the ebola crisis in Africa. They are now in the US performing their sell-out arena tour. The band have already achieved huge success stateside with their debut album Bad Blood which has sold in excess of three-million copies since it's release.

Torn Apart is available from November 30. Their latest mixtape VS. (Other People's Heartache Pt. III) follows on from the previous two titles in the series and will be released on December 8. It features collaborations with big names including Haim, Angel Haze and MNEK.

Making the most of a Manhattan evening, Cameron Diaz showed up at the American Museum of Natural History last night (November 20) for the 2014 Gala.

Joined by model pal Naomi Campbell and “Glee” actress Dianna Agron, the “There’s Something About Mary” starlet was the belle of the ball in her ravishing red gown.

Cameron has been spending the week in New York City as she’s been rehearsing for her big hosting gig at “Saturday Night Live” tomorrow night (November 22).

Miss Diaz will be joined by musical guests Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson as she promotes her forthcoming film “Annie.”

Showing some love to her French fans, Demi Lovato showed up in Paris to promote her new book “Staying Strong: 365 Days a Year” on Friday (November 21).

The “Heart Attack” singer was all smiles as she posed for photos and signed autographs outside NRJ Studios before heading inside for an interview.

And it sounds like all of her time on the road has led to a bout of homesickness for Miss Lovato as of late.

She tweeted, "My phone is being so sketch.. Help!!! I need to communicate with people back home!!! I miss you @DiannaDeLaGarza @redraider30 @dallaslovato @Maddielovesyou1 @lisamorrisshow.”


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