The MOMS & Serta’s Mother’s Day MAMARAZZI® With Kate Hudson & Garry Marshall

The MOMS & Serta hosted a MAMARAZZI® event with Kate Hudson and Garry Marshall for his latest film Mother’s Day which opens in theaters TODAY!

Guests enjoyed a comfy morning with Serta learning about Serta’s latest iComfort models that feature Serta’s EverFeel® Triple Effects™ Gel Memory Foam, an advanced material infused with millions of gel beads that responds to the body’s individual needs for comfort, support and temperature regulation.

Sounds like a dream and feels like one too! Take a look at special MOMents that were captured at this event!

“My mom was a dance teacher. She told us when we were sad we should go make somebody laugh and that’ll cheer you up and that’s what I’ve been doing all these years.” Garry Marshall, The MOMS & Serta’s Mother’s Day MOMS MAMARAZZI® 2016

Video Credit: Fredy Mfuko/[email protected]
Photo Credit:Jonathan Breton/Photos By JB/[email protected]

“We usually just get together every year, me my mom and all the kids and we just celebrate together as a family. The kids alway bring me breakfast in the morning.” Kate Hudson, The MOMS & Serta’s Mother’s Day MAMARAZZI® 2016 

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Chronicles of a #FutureCancerSurvivor: "When Your Job Requires You Look Pretty Every Day, and You Have Cancer"

Denise Albert

Can you imagine not having any hair?

Imagine having just a few eyelashes left. Imagine the eyebrows that shape your face thinning out, until they must be filled in with pencil to even exist. Imagine that you always look sad, because your eyes tear and drip all the time. Maybe the tears fall out because there are no lashes to catch them, or maybe this is another chemo side effect no one told you about.

Picture your boyfriend rubbing under your nose for you, because you have gotten so used to your nose running all the time that you no longer notice the dribbles. Imagine thinking you have a cold, and then realizing your nose runs because you no longer have nose hair inside.

Maybe the tears fall out because there are no lashes to catch them.

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The MOMS, Kmart, Peter Pan Simply Ground Peanut Butter MAMARAZZI® with Susan Sarandon, Rose Byrne, Lorene Scafaria & Joy Gorman Wettles

The MOMS, Kmart & Peter Pan Simply Ground Peanut Butter hosted a MAMARAZZI® with Actress Susan Sarandon, Actress Rose Byrne,  Writer/Director Lorene Scafaria and Producer Joy Gorman Wettels for Sony Classics The Meddler opening Friday, April 25th! Our #MeddlerMOMS celebrated all things motherhood as they spent the morning shopping their way with Kmart and shaking up some #SimplyGroundAdventures with Peter Pan Simply Ground Peanut Butter! Take a look at some special MOMents captured at this MAMARAZZI® event!

{Videographer Credit: Fredy Mfuko/[email protected]/}

“I think the bravest thing anybody can do is to be intimate with another person and really connect and surrender to that in that sense. I think that’s empowering. If you become vulnerable you become stronger, right.”~ Susan Sarandon, The MOMS The Meddler MAMARAZZI® 2016

My parents aren’t overbearing at all, when it comes to that sense. They are very low key. When they say something, I really do pay attention and when they actually do meddle its a big deal and it’s kind of more powerful in that way when they do speak up about something they feel strongly about. ~Rose Byrne, The MOMS The Meddler MAMARAZZI® 2016 

{Videographer Credit: Fredy Mfuko/[email protected]/}

“I’m just always interested in connection and relationships whether it’s between two women and a kid and a client or a man and a woman, any kind of life, everyone’s looking for a connection and stories about connection and that’s why I think even young guys like this movie.” ~ Susan Sarandon, The MOMS The Meddler MAMARAZZI® 2016

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“You know I’m a New Yorker, I’ve always lived here and one of the things I’ve always love about New York is that the serendipity is just so thick here and I love that you can go out and see things you didn’t count on” ~ Susan Sarandon, The MOMS The Meddler MAMARAZZI® 2016

The MOMS & Fujifilm instax Mother’s Day MAMARAZZI® EVENT

The MOMS & FUJIFILM INSTAX hosted a MAMARAZZI® event with Britt Robertson & Director Garry Marshall at TCL Chinese Theatres for Open Road Films latest film Mother’s Day ! Take a look at special MOMents captured at this MAMARAZZI® event as our Los Angeles MOMS joined us in celebrating the one day every year that brings us all together!

Photo Credit: Mikey Williams/[email protected]


The MOMS and Randi Zuckerberg hosted aSh*tty Mom MAMARAZZI® Celebration with authors Alicia Ybarbo & Mary Ann Zoellner to celebrate the launch of their latest bookSh*tty Mom FOR ALL SEASONS. MOMS and special guests who were in attendance celebrated the launch at HAUS and enjoyed an evening of music and delectable bites provided by Chef Bailey and New York Cake Pops!
Photo Credit: Photo Credit: Jonathan Breton/ [email protected]

Chronicles of a #FutureCancerSurvivor: "I Have Cancer. Here's What You Can and Can't Say About It to My Kids"

“I encourage them to feel sad and cry and scream … but they don’t need to get that negativity from anyone else.??” ~ Denise Albert, The MOMS #FutureCancerSurvivor

The worst part about having cancer is that my kids now have a parent with cancer.


Part of that guilt and pain comes when someone says something to my kids without thinking. I’ve always believed that language is everything. When I was first separated from my ex-husband, I sent an email to everyone in our world to share the language that we were using with our kids. I know I can’t protect my kids from everyone or every word in the world. However, if it’s possible to help people think before they speak, then I have to try.

Cancer killed their paternal grandfather. Cancer killed their great aunt. But they need to know cancer comes in a lot of different forms.

My kids already knew the word “cancer.” They know “cancer sucks.” They’ve even said “f-ck cancer.” I didn’t even care. I can’t change that word, “cancer.” Cancer killed their paternal grandfather. Cancer killed their great aunt. But they need to know cancer comes in a lot of different forms. And so while they know cancer has killed and can kill, they also need to know that many are cured of cancer. Nonetheless, I’m grateful that a friend encouraged me to put in a life insurance application when I was healthy. I’m aware that a lot of people don’t think about these kinds of things until it’s too late.

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