Sunday, July 24th, 2011

Celebrities flocked to Twitter Saturday after news broke that Grammy Award-winning singer Amy Winehouse was found dead in her London home. It is suspected that Winehouse suffered a fatal drug overdose but an official cause of death will be determined by an autopsy, to be performed Sunday. Winehouse has publicly battled both drug and alcohol addiction, and was most recently admitted to a rehab facility back in May.

Celebrities, including Demi Moore, Sophia Bush, Anderson Cooper, and Winehouse’s close friend Kelly Osbourne mourned the late singer on the social networking site.

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Friday, July 22nd, 2011

The photoshoot Sophia did in 2009 by Charles Bush again has some new additions. I added 18 MQ’s to the gallery with new unseen pics. Check them out!

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Friday, July 22nd, 2011

Sophia was not there with Jillian to protest.. Appareantly she only gave Twitter support.

Exercise guru Jillian Michaels led a massive protest outside the Staples Center in Los Angeles today to demand that Ringling Bros. circus abides by Los Angeles laws forbidding sick animals from working and that the circus free the elephants from their dismal lives in chains and boxcars.

Joined by stars such as Twilight’s Christian Serratos and The Secret Life of the American Teenager’s Renee Olstead – with the Twitter support of Sophia Bush, Kellan Lutz, Alicia Witt and Sasha Grey – Jillian led hundreds of protestors outside Ringling’s new show, Fully Charged.

“These animals should be allowed to live as nature intended—free from beatings, chains, and screaming crowds,” says Michaels, who recently visited Africa to see elephants in their natural habitat. “Their enslavement by the circus means they spend their lives in chains and stuffy train cars with no freedom to roam, and they suffer painful, fatal ailments that come from such a stressful existence.”

Because they get almost no exercise, PETA says numerous elephants used by Ringling Bros. suffer crippling arthritis — a leading cause of euthanasia for captive elephants.

To read more about the protest, click here.

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Saturday, July 16th, 2011

Sophia did a photoshoot for Coco Eco Magazine together with Sharon and Daphne, her costars from One Tree Hill. I added the cover of the magazine plus the photoshoot to the gallery. (Coming from Superiorpics)

– Photoshoots > 2011 > Coco Eco Magazine Shoot
– Magazine Scans > 2011 > Coco Eco Magazine (July – August 2011)

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Saturday, July 16th, 2011

Kara donated her pics of Sophia  at the set of One Tree Hill to I am not gonna repost them, but simply link to them ;)

Follow the link below to check out pics of Sophia at the OTH set on July 12th 2011. They are filming a scene for season 9.

On Set Of One Tree Hill – July 12 @ Sophia Bush Online

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Friday, July 15th, 2011

If you had asked Sophia Bush one year ago today if she thought she’d ever run a marathon, the star would probably tell you no. “I’ve had asthma all my life,” she says. “When I first started training for this, I hadn’t run a mile since junior high.” Now she’s run a 5k, and is the new face of the San Francisco Marathon. “San Francisco is the epitome for me,” Bush says. “People are so active, and you can understand why when you see the Bay area, and all the nature. People care a lot about the environment there.” So Bush, 28, partnered with the Nature Conservancy to become a member of Team Nature Conservancy and will be running in the marathon on July 31st. Here’s what the star had to say about training for a marathon.

Sophia Bush’s Top 5 Tips on Running a Marathon

1. Take an off day. “I wish someone had told me how important off days are in between running,” Bush says. “When I started training, I just started running every day, which you shouldn’t do. I learned that lesson the hard way by getting a stress fracture.”

2. Put in a low-impact workout on your off-days. “Your body needs a balance,” Bush says. “All the sudden high-impact stress can really take a toll on your body. So if you still want to be active and get in a good workout, go to a yoga class or pilates class, or get in some strength and conditioning.” To stay fit when she’s not running, Sophia surfs, does yoga, and walks her dogs.

3. Get a program guide. “There’s this great app for the iPhone that’s called Get Running, and it provides awesome weekly training sessions,” Bush says. “It’s got this woman’s voice, and she’s got a nice British accent, and she’ll interject and say, ‘now you’re about to start a run for three miles,’ or ‘you’re halfway there, carry on.’ I just love her!” Need motivation? There’s an app for that! Check these cool healthy living apps and get on track to get fit.

4. Put together a playlist of your favorite music. “You’ve got to put together a mix-tape of all your favorite music,” Bush says. “When I hear Florence and the Machine sing, “run fast for your mother…” on “Dog Days,” I can just listen to that song over and over.'”

5. Stay in bed— sometimes.”Your body tells you what it needs, and if you sleep past your alarm on a Saturday morning, it’s probably because you need the sleep,” Bush says. “Again, it’s all about balance. If I spend a Saturday being lazy and curled up on the couch with my dogs, I’ll just make sure to get out and be active on Sunday.”


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Thursday, July 14th, 2011

If “Mob Wives” isn’t your guiltiest pleasure, it should be. The VH1 reality show reminds us of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” only the mob wives will throw a table at you andhire someone to kill you if you upset their delicate sensibilities.
“One Tree Hill” star Sophia Bush and Drea de Matteo of “The Sopranos” shot a hilariously accurate Funny or Die video to highlight the vicious dinner party cycle of violence and curse words.
In the clip, “the Mob Wives regret last night’s dinner party where they all beat each other’s faces in (because they’re better than that), so they’ve decided to throw another dinner party to smooth things over and beat each other’s faces in.

Click the pic to see the video at the source.

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Friday, July 8th, 2011

Congrats to Sophia for turning 29 today! I hope she has a great day with all her family and friends. Feel free to leave birthday wishes by leaving a comment or tweet her a happy birthday on Twitter!!

Happy Birthday to @SophiaBush who is celebrating her 29th birthday today!!!


#Happybirthday to @SophiaBush, I hope she spends it with her friends, family and loved ones.

Or tweet this post!

RT I heart Sophia Update! Happy Birthday to Sophia! –
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Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Sophia did a guest essay for “Mother Nature Network”, named “Sophia runs for Nature”. Check out what she wrote for the site. We learned that Sophia will be running in the San Francisco Marathon for The Nature Conservancy!!!

The following is a guest essay by actress Sophia Bush, the star of the CW’s hit series ‘One Tree Hill.’ Bush will be running in the San Francisco Marathon for The Nature Conservancy. Find out what inspires this rabble-rousing young activist.
Running outside in nature along the gorgeous beaches of North Carolina where I now live makes me feel completely alive. That’s why I’m thrilled to partner with The Nature Conservancy, running a 5K in the San Francisco Marathon to help protect our amazing planet.
I sound like a lifetime runner, huh? But the truth is, I’ve had asthma my whole life and it wasn’t until last year I decided to overcome this challenge and start running to raise funds to keep our planet and myself healthy. While it was a scary move, trust me struggling to breathe is horrifying, I feel so strongly about protecting this planet that I ran a half- marathon. And now I’m running again and asking for your support.
I’ve never been shy about my love of nature. Not only is it outrageously beautiful, nature supports all life. When I’m outside running and stop to grab a drink of water, it’s easy to forget that we need healthy streams, rivers and forests to keep our water fresh. That the food we eat actually comes from productive farm fields with rich, fertile soil. Or most importantly for me, that when I stop to catch my breath it’s nature that purifies the air we breathe. The simple truth is a healthy planet is what allows us to be healthy people. And it all begins with protecting nature.
Okay, I have to admit, I’m a native Californian and being born in this beautiful state, we’re predisposed to love nature. When I see the spectacular places the Conservancy has protected, from our deserts to the Sierra, I’m in awe of the work they do.
In fact, the San Francisco Marathon runs to the scenic Marin Headlands, which the Conservancy helped to protect in 1972. A few years earlier, plans had been approved to develop a massive 2,000-acre development with 50 apartment towers, single-family houses, a “landmark hotel” and a mile-long shopping center along these spectacular hills. The Nature Conservancy and its partners took their fight to the streets generating a huge upswelling of community support for the cause. They were able to raise the funds to purchase the land.
This was a huge boost towards creating the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, which the Headlands is now a part of. This park is home to more endangered species than any other national park in the continental U.S. Plus it’s one of the most visited sites in the National Park System –it’s a magnificent urban park that’s close to millions of people who hike, bike and run its trails.
The Nature Conservancy envisions a world where people work together to create a healthy and thriving planet that sustains us all. I’m ready to lace up my running shoes and help them achieve this. Will you join me?

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Friday, June 24th, 2011

Sophia Bush and her OTH co-stars Daphne Zuniga (“Victoria Davis”) and Sharon Lawrence (“Sylvia Baker”) did a photoshoot with Coco Eco Magazine this month for an upcoming issue. Coco Eco is ‘digital multi-media lifestyle brand celebrating sustainable fashion, beauty, celebrity, and culture.’

You can also follow @CocoEcoMagazine on Twitter!

Coco Eco Magazine (BTS)

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