Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Dear Gossips,

Olivia De Havilland turned 101 on July 1st. To celebrate her birthday, she announced on Friday that she’s suing FX and Ryan Murphy over how she was portrayed on Feud. Back in April, a few weeks after the show premiered, The Hollywood Reporter asked Ms De Havilland for her thoughts on the series.  Read Full Intro

What Else?

Lainey Posted by Lainey at July 5, 2017 20:57:35 July 5, 2017 20:57:35

Sarah and I were emailing back and forth today, feeling like life has been on hold. Beyoncé hasn’t told us yet that we can actually start celebrating the birth of the babies and we have been trained not to move until she gives the all-clear. Also, #Taymerica didn’t happen and we are also waiting and checking her socials to see whether or not it was moved to a secret bunker this year. Full Story

Celine of Paris

Lainey Posted by Lainey at July 5, 2017 19:40:54 July 5, 2017 19:40:54
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Celine Dion is from Quebec, Canada. And she would never say she “belongs” anywhere else. She has also, as of the last decade or so, been of Las Vegas. But when Celine Dion is in Paris… well… it’s like there’s new life. Full Story

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Two Chanel jumpsuits

Lainey Posted by Lainey at July 5, 2017 16:56:09 July 5, 2017 16:56:09
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Wenn, Victor Boyko/ Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/ Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/ Dominique Charriau/ Edward Berthelot/ Marc Piasecki/ Foc Kan/ Christian Vierig/ Peter White/ Getty Images

It’s Paris Fashion Week. And, as it was last year, there is only one star of Paris Fashion Week. Her name is Celine Dion. But we’ll catch up with Celine in a post later on. Right now, it’s the celebrities at Chanel and two Chanel jumpsuits in particular that stood out from the rest. Full Story

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The Beguiled Is What It Is

Sarah Posted by Sarah at July 5, 2017 15:16:34 July 5, 2017 15:16:34

And what it is, is a dreamily rendered impressionist drawing room drama, a psycho-sexual thriller buttoned up in a prim and proper façade. Sofia Coppola’s latest meditation on privileged femininity is an adaptation of Thomas Cullinan’s novel of the same title, and it’s a beautiful idea of a terrible time, stirringly acted and flawlessly shot. Full Story