Is she opening a peep-toe platform museum?
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley launched a beauty and wellness site today, Rose Inc. It’s supposed to be an insiders guide to beauty obsessions – in an interview with Vogue, she specified Mario Badescu Drying Lotion and Caudalie Elixir, which are well-known products that show up on almost every “editors’ picks” list. And with consumers more invested than ever in skincare, it’s not a strong way to prove that her opinion is credible and substantial beyond, “Me and my fellow supermodels like this product.” She’s also doing a “what’s in my bag” feature with her friends -- unless it’s cocaine, we know what’s in every featured celeb’s bag (lip balm, a phone charger, a book they aren’t really reading but sounds good in an interview).
If Annabelle Wallis and Isla Fisher and Leslie Bibb are on the press junket, why aren’t they on the poster?
Do you think Halle shows Keanu her Instagram?
On Memorial Day, John Krasinski invited The Rock to participate in The Murph Challenge, a fundraiser for the Lt. Michael P. Murphy Memorial Scholarship Foundation. And they hung out. I approve of this bromance.
Who do you think spent the most time on their hair?
As I mentioned last week, Whitney Cummings left her position as showrunner of Roseanne. Wanda Sykes has quit. Who’s next?
Retta’s promoting her new book, So Close to Being the Sh-t, Y’all Don’t Even Know. Page Six has a few excerpts of her run-ins with celebrities. Who do you think tried to cut in front of her in a long bathroom line? Retta names names and let’s just say she will not be invited to partake in a certain Fourth of July party.