Selena Gomez wore a great sweater dress for an event for Rare Beauty. It’s Balmain (and available here). Ideal look for November. Here’s the part I don’t get: Selena doesn’t make a lot of personal appearances, so when she does her brand should capitalize on it. Neither her personal account nor the Rare Beauty account posted the photos yet, but it’s been 24 hours (a lifetime on social media). Is this on purpose?
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas hosted a Diwali party, as did Mindy Kaling (they both attended each other’s events). The outfits and makeup are incredible. There’s only one Diwali episode of US television that I know about (The Office episode written by Mindy Kaling) and Angela “guarding” the shoes kills me every single time. If you can, watch it this weekend, it really is a classic.
I had another Boston boy at the top of my list for SMA: Ben Affleck. It would have been another full-circle Bennifer moment but it’s Chris Evans’ time to be humbly hot. (He was on my list too, a very safe choice.)
I wrote about this Chris Pratt post earlier this week but it’s still a topic of conversation with Anna Faris trending on Twitter. The criticism is understandable (like the comment about his healthy daughter, when his son with Anna had challenges from being born premature is ick), but I’m going to go against the grain here because it seems like the exes co-parent well. They all follow each other on Instagram, they don’t talk direct sh-t about each other and even have an agreement that until their son is older, they need to live within 5 miles of each other. Whatever has or is happening between them is low-key. There’s also a huge gulf between social media and his place in the celebrity eco-system (he’s been consistently defended by his Marvel co-stars) and Katherine’s status – her dad was a movie star/governor and her mom is a famous journalist and Kennedy. They are fine. There’s a handful of celebrities that are disliked online but it doesn’t cross over into their career or status amongst other famous people: Chris, Justin Timberlake, James Corden and Ellen come to mind.
Powerless against this Netflix rom-com. And even though Paxton Hall-Yoshida is a classic teen heartthrob, I’m interested in Darren Barnet playing an adult.