Yesterday Brooklyn Decker, Majandra Delfino and Zoe Lister-Jones visited the KCAL9 studios to preview the new episode of ‘Friends With Better Lives’:
Thanks to Claudia, we have added HQ stills from Brooklyn’s appearance on Late Show with David Letterman (April 8) and “Friends With Better Lives” cast visit to The Talk (April 21). You can preview the new images below:
If you think the only food on offer in Austin, Texas is barbecue and tacos, Brooklyn wants to let you in on a little secret.
Brooklyn told People about Uchiko, her regular sushi spot that she adores so much, she and husband Andy Roddick typically go there two or three times a week when they’re in town.
“It’s more than a crush, it’s a scary obsession, I love it so much,” she says in the video below.
Decker raved about chef Tyson Cole’s imaginative Japanese farmhouse cooking style: He mixes high quality fish with locally sourced ingredients like goat cheese and kale. “It’s a really cool hybrid of new American and rustic farm food and sushi. It sounds crazy, sushi in Texas, but it’s unbelievable,” she says.
Check out the behind scene footage of Brooklyn teaching Larry King how to take one of her infamous instagram #SELFIES. Tune into Larry’s full “Larry King Now” interview with Brooklyn, airing 4/28/14 on Ora TV and Hulu!
In this week’s edition of “Sounds of the Toyota Green Room” Brooklyn snaps photos at the photo booth with her parents and Gayle King. She also talks about the influence her parents had on her career and diet:
Brooklyn sat down with AOL.com’s Carey Reilly to reveal that she’s a friend with just kind of a better life than you, but perfect it is not:
In this video clip below Brooklyn tells Craig about her temper when she tries to play tennis with her husband. She ends up destroying the racket.
Recently Brooklyn talked about her new show ‘Friends With Better Lives’ and her unique phone case she can’t live without to USA TODAY’s Jefferson Graham:
DITCHED THE PURSE
Her $39.99 pink iPhone case from CM4 — which can carry two credit cards and a driver’s license — is all she uses now. “I don’t carry a purse anymore. It’s not that I don’t like bags, but they get stuffed with hotel keys and cards; it gets so bulbous.” With the case, “I find that if it allows just three things, I’m good to go.”
She likes to use Waze (free; Apple, Android, Windows) to check local traffic and Paperless Post (free, Apple) for sending out e-invites to her friends. A recent addition: Voice Changer Plus (free, Apple,), which records your voice, then alters it into the sound of a ghost, turtle, a person who just sucked in helium and more.
“My best friend just turned 30, and I hosted her surprise party. We kidnapped her. I was wearing a Richard Nixon mask and did this voice (via the app) to scare her in the car.”
TWITTER AT HOME
Decker has nearly 600,000 followers — about half as many as her husband, tennis great Andy Roddick, who clocks in at 1.2 million.
“I started on Twitter back in 2009. At the time I was modeling, and Twitter gave me a voice.” At home, they discuss each others tweets. “I’ll say, ‘I can’t believe what you said on Twitter.’ He has a really snarky take on sports and isn’t afraid to voice his opinions. That’s why people love him or hate him.”
WHO SHE FOLLOWS
Beyond Roddick, she also likes:
• CNN Breaking News, “because I find more news in their tweets than on their actual site.”
• Author Kelly Oxford: “She’s really funny.”
• Comedians: Director Paul Feig, Conan O’Brien and Seth Meyers.
She grew up without a TV, so she likes to binge.
“I have a hard time waiting week to week. I did seven episodes of (Netflix’s House of Cards) in one night — I got lost in a black hole. But it’s how I watch TV now.”