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October 08, 2010

Alexa Chung Talks Eating Disorder

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Alexa chung talks eating disorders in the November edition of British Elle.

The British presenter and model Alexa Chung is a mainstay in the fashion industry but constantly deals with rumors of an eating disorder due to her thin frame. The fashionita is finally speaking out about the rumors. She said,  “I cannot express how frustrating it is to not be believed when you say, I don’t have an eating disorder. I am naturally very thin. I get even thinner when I’m stressed. And you cannot imagine how stressed I was last year.”She added that, “It angers me because I don’t want to be a pin-up for young girls just for being thin."

Check out a few recent pictures of Alexa and let us know what you think in the comments!

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April 30, 2009

Britain’s Coolest Girl Alexa Chung Comes To America

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Alexa Chung, UK’s hippest female presenter is headed to the U.S. to host MTV’s new replacement for TRL, called The Alexa Chung Show. It will feature a mix of video countdowns and guests plus Twitter and Facebook feeds.

She has recently become one of Britain’s coolest it girl's, hanging with the likes of Lily Allen and Daisy Lowe. Also considered one of Britain's most fashionable women, Alexa will be coming over the pond in June in an attempt to transfer her success to the U.S.

More pics of Alexa here...

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It seems that the machines are winning in this digital age where voice-to-text is so prevalent. Many have abandoned the professional services of transcribers because they think that Androids and iPhones do much better jobs at documenting conversations. We are proud to say that the masses are wrong. A recent experiment placed man against machine in the battle for the accuracy and man, professional transcribers that is, defeated the competition. Whereas the machine mistook the word "ago" for "I go," professional transcribers had a knack for hearing and correctly interpreted the text. The playing field between man and technology is a bit more leveled.