Christy Turlington is covering Vogue Paris, Vogue Polska and InStyle, but she says it’s not a comeback. (She also did Vogue Japan earlier this year.) I recently read a story in Fashionista that analyzed data around celebrity brand partnerships, measuring risk and consumer approval. I was surprised that Christy was deemed a weak choice for Versace.
The Daily Mail would spontaneously combust.
Omarosa is so unbelievably annoying she may as well just have an affair with Meghan Markle’s dad and call it a day.— Jenny Johnson (@JennyJohnsonHi5) August 13, 2018
Lindsay, still on her bullsh-t.
Last time I checked in on the Beckhams, they were in Bali with the children. Have they carried on the vacation on their own? Because Victoria just posted this to her Instagram story. Who arranged for the flowers on the bed, and the burning heart? We should be good until Labour Day, right? At least.
Apparently the last Sharknado (which I never got into, even as camp) is imminent. Good for Tara Reid for milking the absolute f-ck out of it for every dollar from this franchise. You sell those top notes of mint, lemon and violet for $37.99.
Everyone has been asking so to get your last edition of #SharkByTara, head over to Amazon before it runs out! pic.twitter.com/aRwTwgo9Dk— Tara Reid (@TaraReid) August 14, 2018
Sam Smith is getting a lot of sh-t for an Instagram video in which he can be heard saying he doesn’t like Michael Jackson, but he does like the song "Human Nature". One post in particular dragged him for filth: “Don’t come for MICHAEL JACKSON when you wish you have sold as many records and you wish you were the King of Pop like he was. I’m so tired of you people studying our music, and studying our artist and claiming that you don’t like our music. Go sit your 1 HIT WONDER ass down and learn how to finish a tour.” Fair. But do you have an iconic band/show/movie/book you don’t like? Everyone does, they just might not be vocal about it because it comes off as being a contrarian. For example, I don’t like The Beatles, which is not an original opinion. I think Paul McCartney is annoying. Why is he always pointing? Look at any picture of Paul from the last 20 years and he’s mugging and pointing. Anytime I mention anything about boy bands or remotely close to The Beatles, I get some passionate emails. What’s the age range of Beatles stans in 2018? (Lainey: I’ll jump on this and say I’m Beatles > Rolling Stones. Never been into the Rolling Stones. So now you can yell at both of us and each other.)
I honestly don’t mean this as shade but I would expect Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban to stay in hotels with nicer bathrooms than this. It’s very dark, and there’s a shower curtain. I hate a shower curtain in a hotel – can you imagine how many limbs it’s touched?