Kate Hudson is getting into the “glowing” business with a new supplement, InBloom. This is not a leap for Kate as she’s tied into fitness and wellness through Fabletics and her lifestyle books. Supplements are a multibillion dollar business and so attractive to brands because of the huge profit margins and minimal oversight (they are not regulated by the FDA). There’s very little scientific evidence to back up the claims on any pack of vitamins or container of powder, no matter how high the price tags gets.
I had to see Andy Cohen as Ally so now you have to see Andy Cohen as Ally. I will not carry this burden alone.
Madonna and Diablo Cody (???) are working on a screenplay (???) together??? Obviously, many questions. What is this process like? I hope they are filming the whole thing. Remember when Warren Beatty said about Madge, “She doesn't want to live off-camera, much less talk. There's nothing to say off-camera. Why would you say something if it's off-camera? What point is there existing?” like it was an insult? That was never an insult for Madonna, it was her brand.
This morning Lainey wrote about “WAP” and I just want to tack on Cardi B’s tweet. What is the Kidz Bop version of wet ass pussy? Wicked Awesome Party? Wonderful Amazing Playdate?
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I screamed, I laughed, I screamed of laughter. It’s not just that the Keith Urban hair is so good, but it’s the way she plays Nicole, with the bursts of giggles and the flicking of the scarf. How does this not have 10 million likes? What really hits is how much Keith speaks, while she gasps and preens. “You’re the rhinestone on my jeans.”
Thank you all for the tweets and emails about Selling Sunset. It took me back to the early days of reality TV (early 2000s) with a clear hero arc and star surrounded by allies and enemies. Chrishell Stause is the internet’s new best girl and we’ve collectively agreed Justin Hartley can kick rocks. What the show did so well (and I’m not giving anything away here) is wrap so much artifice around a few real moments; what sets Chrishell apart from the many reality stars of today (Bachelorettes, Housewives) is that she both embraces and rises above the storyline. We believe her tactful version of events even though she is going up against someone much more famous (and in this world, fame is power) than her. Over the weekend there was a splashy LA Times profile of her and US Weekly reported that her ex Justin is “irritated.” He’s actually lucky Chrishell is so discreet while being on a reality show – she could have made him look a lot worse.