Kimberly Wyatt starts every day off with a mystical Angel card reading to give her inspiration of what's to come.
Kimberly Wyatt has daily psychic readings.
The former Pussycat Dolls singer is a firm believer in the power of Angel cards - which give users life advice from guardian angels, spirit guides and deceased loved ones - and starts each day by consulting what the future has in store for her.
She said: ''I usually start with my Angel cards. What is my guidance for today, what is it that I need to know? It sounds like White Witch stuff, but it's really just daily affirmations and inspiration of what's to come.
''Right now it's telling me everything's OK. As long as you don't focus on the worry and focus on a positive outcome, you can basically manifest that in your life.''
Kimberly also writes 'new age' poetry as well as a daily journal in order to get in touch with her inner self and give her focus.
Speaking on TV show 'Superstars and Superfans', the 'Got To Dance' star advised: ''Get it all out. Whatever's in your head, let it go and see what falls out of your brain. Or sometimes, I'll just get a picture in my head. [Here she holds up a picture of herself with wings with 'Flying Free' written underneath].
''This one I drew when I was on tour. I'm free, I'm flying free and I saw this little girl with big wings.''
Kimberly is confronted with a legion of her biggest fans on 'Superstars and Superfans', a hilarious glimpse into the eccentric world of real-life celebrity devotees - while also delving deep into the lives of the celebrities over whom the 'superfans' obsess.
'Superstars and Superfans' Divas Episode airs on September 24, 2013, at 10pm on TLC.
When Casey and two of her friends go to the mall they're abducted by an unsuspecting and nervous looking man.
The video Tweet has been confirmed.
That's right, the actual Taylor Swift actually turned up for jury duty!
The actor and writer is best remembered for his role in 1971 movie ‘Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory’
Zellweger is back as Bridget Jones after six years away from making movies.