Jennifer Lawrence in Dior Haute Couture
Everyone kind of knew she’d be wearing Dior since she’s the new face and all, but no one expected her to look this flawless. The cinched belt at the waistline completes this look.
When I think about my friends at other universities, I constantly wonder what their lives are like and who they have in their lives. I feel pretty special knowing that I go to school and am friends with some unique individuals. This past weekend, a group of them got together to make a parody music video of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe.” The original version features Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Ashley Tisdale and a few others that I just couldn’t remember. I think I prefer my friends’ version though.
Also, while we’re on the topic of friends, I remembered that Erin and Kiki had made this video back in December in an attempt to meet one of Ellen’s writers, Amy. Unfortunately, they never got on the show like they had hoped for, but Amy did tweet Erin back.
And since we’re on the topic of YouTube videos…allow me to bring this back to all of y’all!
I know there are multiple versions of this, but this is the first one I ever saw and I remember even back then that this video had left such an impact on me that I wanted to recreate my own version. I kid you not, there is actually a photograph of my friend and I posing with a gallon of milk and a box of cheerios taken by my parents, but you’re never going to see that. The things I did as a
Where are these two UC Berkeley guys now?
Ashley Tisdale in Farah Angsana
I haven’t rated looks in forever, but I might just start up again. I give this look a 4.7 because I am loving her resort-esque dress even during the winter time. The blend of chartreuse and pink in the dress help bring out her warm skin tone and are really quite complimentary to the entire look itself. She also gets points for doing the boho look without looking homeless hippy.
Tonight is the premiere of the new CW television series Hellcats starring Aly Michalka and Ashley Tisdale. The show is about the drama that come along with being a part of a competitive cheerleading squad at the college level. It’s actually based on the book Cheer: Inside the Secret World of College Cheerleaders written by The Frisky writer Kate Torgovnick.
Synopsis that I jacked from Wikipedia:
Hellcats revolves around Marti, a pre-law college student at Lancer College in Memphis, Tennessee who comes from the wrong side of the town. When budget cutbacks and her mother’s constant carelessness cause her to lose her scholarship, she looks for a new scholarship. She overhears that one of the cheerleaders has become injured and a place on the team is available. She hates cheerleading but upon hearing that the new member would get a scholarship she uses her dancing skills from high school to try out. Seeing no other option, Marti fights for a spot on the Hellcats the legendary cheer squad in Lancer and opt for the Scholarship that comes with it.
The girls are covering the new issue of Seventeen Magazine and though I am not a fan – I still really like the photos from this shoot.