Celebrity chefs have staked a claim in the lifestyle landscape – they may not have perfume or clothing lines, but they have a lot of TV exposure, cookbooks and restaurants, which were once a pillar of the celebrity lifestyle portfolio (remember Madre’s? And NYLA?). That trend died out because restaurants may seem like a fun side gig (especially with a big budget), but they are also a labyrinth of city permits and food costs and kitchen waste and lease negotiations. It gets very expensive, very fast. And even Jamie Oliver, the cherub-faced, scooter-riding mogul, gets walloped by the industry sometimes. This piece, which covers the cold hard cash aspect of running a food empire, is a really interesting dive into where all the money goes.
Megan Mullally danced with Rob Lowe in About Last Night?! And she read for the Elizabeth Perkins role?! I think this calls for a weekend viewing.
I’m pretty sure this means Cher is looking forward to A Star Is Born.
Just Saw Ad For “A🌟IS BORN”— Cher (@cher) August 31, 2018
LOOKS 2 🌬❄️❄️.....👏🏻👏🏻
I don’t understand the appeal of wax statues of celebrities, but they did a decent job with Gisele. They didn’t skimp on the hair.
Let us feast from your bounty, Mighty Oprah!!!!!!
"Celebrity Skin", an underrated pop song, is 20. The New Yorker celebrated the “enduring artifact” with a piece by, who else?, Naomi Fry.
I was away last week when Julia Roberts posted this TBT but it is glorious. Look at the mirrored aesthetic (half-up, messy hair, minimal makeup) and the sanctimonious malaise in the way they hold their heads. The pursed lips, in mid-judgement, almost pitying of all of the sweaty normals surrounding them. Who lectures who in this situation? Do they take turns?
I too would very much like to know where the f-ck my Wendi Deng biopic is. Who would play her? (Please don’t say ScarJo.)
where the FUCK is my wendi deng biopic— E. Alex Jung (@e_alexjung) August 31, 2018