This is the first time I’m ever catching this Vanity Fair series, “Secret Talent Theatre,” but I find it incredibly endearing. I, also, am someone that loves to bite into my ice cream and while I do suffer from teeth sensitivity, it doesn’t really stop me either. How cute is our girl Zendaya in this?!
Brie Larson in Monse
This is my favorite because The Oscars red carpet tends to be very grand and conservative, but the after party is when things start to get a little bit sexier and you know all the stars that weren’t invited to the actual award show get to come out so that’s nice for them.
We HAD to kick this post off with Brie. Honestly, how could we not? Also, oh my goodness – is she wearing pink velvet? She not only was the best dressed of the night, but clearly the most comfortable the rest of the night. We just want to be friends with her.
- Like mother like daughter – the sweetest story! [Medium]
- How to run a record label [Fader]
- Dating in the digital age [Vanity Fair]
- Moving company helps those exiting from abusive relationships [laist]
- Back to school tips for incoming freshmen [New York Times] OMG this was me 7 years ago
- A look at San Francisco’s crazy rent rates [Thrillist] I was totally debating moving up to the city just a couple weeks ago!
Today was a HUGE breakthrough for not only the trans community, but for beauty and just owning being yourself. I was getting ready for work this morning when I caught my first glimpse of the Vanity Fair cover and thought that it was flawless. I had heard a rumor a couple days ago that she would be changing her name to Caitlyn Jenner and then that she’d be covering Vanity Fair, but I honestly didn’t think that this would all happen so fast. Nadia and I decided that Caitlyn looks a lot like Bruce mixed with Cindy Crawford (her hair!) and a young Janice Dickinson. I’m really proud that Vanity Fair was able to cover this. It’s so important and I’m really looking forward to reading Caitlyn’s story soon!
Can you believe that this (top photo) Vanity Fair cover is 10 years old?! Oh how things have changed with our teen queens. A clever reader of my favorite gossip blog, Ohnotheydidnt, recreated the bottom cover to reflect where these stars are now 10 years later and well – we can definitely say that it certainly isn’t as pretty. We’re talking about you Amanada Bynes!
Ten years ago, Vanity Fair put nine “teen girl stars” on its cover — fresh-faced and talented, these young women were ready to take over Hollywood (and maybe the world). From left to right, Amanda Bynes, Mary-Kate and Alshey Olsen, Mandy Moore, Hilary Duff, Alexis Bledel, Evan Rachel Wood, Raven-Symoné, and Lindsay Lohan filled a fold-out cover spread for the magazine’s June issue.
When Tina Fey and Amy Poehler cracked a joke about Taylor Swift possibly going after Michael J. Fox’s son at the Oscars, it was the highlight of my evening. I mean, c’mon it was funny, right? Well apparently, Miss Taylor Swift didn’t find any humor in it and has been quoted by Vanity Fair giving a somewhat cryptic, but obvious comeback:
“You know, Katie Couric is one of my favorite people, because she said to me she had heard a quote that she loved, that said, ‘There’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.'”
Um. Sorry Taylor, but personally I don’t think Tina and Amy can go to hell for making a quip at you. They weren’t the first to do so and they probably won’t be the last, but the ever-so-classy Amy Poehler returned her comment with the following:
“Aw, I feel bad if she was upset. I am a feminist and she is a young and talented girl. That being said, I do agree I am going to hell. But for other reasons. Mostly boring tax stuff. “
To read the rest of the funny Gawker article, click here.
This new Vanity Fair cover featuring Jim Carrey, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph and Will Ferrell
Who: Dakota Fanning
Where: Vanity Fair’s Tribeca Film Festival Kickoff
What a gorgeous spread! Seeing this reminds me that Revenge is overdue for another new episode. ABC, can you…get on our level? I’m ready to see Emily’s next takedown.
You know…just slayin’