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Style Stealer: Reese Witherspoon’s Denim Jumper & Cork Wedges

So, you may not be a newly married movie star with the bones to drop on $700 Chloe wedges, but dammit, you can at least sort of look like it. How to get Reese Witherspoon’s sweet all-American look, after the jump! Keep reading »

The Best & Worst Looks Of The Week!

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Style Stealer: Solange At The Elle Women In Music Concert

Solange‘s ensemble for the Elle Women in Music concert in Hollywood wasn’t met with the best reception. I’m sure her bralette top has something to do with that. However, the ’70s feel of the high-waist pants, long cardigan, and floppy hat is right in step with the sophisticated bohemian vibe this season. Solange’s look would be completely wearable with a more substantial yet sexy top. See how you can recreate the look after the jump. Keep reading »

Give Whitney Cummings A Shot

There’s a lot of female comedians we love — Tina Fey, Kristin Wiig, Margaret Cho — but Whitney Cummings has a special place in our heart. For starters, her name is a joke in and of itself. Secondly, the frequent “Chelsea Lately” guest is an avid Frisky reader. But beyond the fact that she obviously has great taste in reading material, what we love the most is that her standup routine focuses on sex and relationships. She’s at her most hysterical discussing everything from emotional ninjas to porn star screams in the comedy special “Money Shot,” which is out on DVD this week. Who says women aren’t funny? Oh yeah, no one we actually respect.

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10 Soap Opera Plots That Made Me Love Daytime TV

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Yesterday, ABC announced it was canceling two of the longest running soap operas — “All My Children,” which began in 1970, and “One Life to Live,” which debuted in 1968. “General Hospital” is now the network’s only remaining soap. ABC plans on filling the time slots with two lifestyle shows — “The Chew,” a food program with Clinton Kelly and Mario Batali among the rumored hosts; and “The Revolution,” which has been vaguely described as about “health and lifestyle transformations.” [People]

As a longtime soap opera fan, I’m seriously bummed. While my favorite soap, “General Hospital,” remains afloat, and other network soaps — like “Days of Our Lives” on NBC and “The Young and the Restless” on CBS — live on as well, two soaps canceled in one day kinda, sorta puts all the others on notice; keep those ratings up, or you’ll get the ax too.

With that in mind, I wanted to relive some of the soap opera storylines over the years that kept me — and so many others — glued to the TV screen. If you’re a soap fan, share your favorite storylines and plot twists in the comments!

Lady Gaga Goes Off In Harper’s Bazaar

Lady Gaga sure knows how to grab our attention, doesn’t she? The pop star dons her now signature horns on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar, but it’s this truly titillating look inside the magazine that caught our eye. But the real reason to pick up this issue — or keep reading this post if you don’t want to spend the $3.99 — is the interview. The woman has no interest in canned answers — her responses to some of the questions, on everything from plastic surgery to living in LA, are seriously, well, nutty. Read on for a few of our favorite bits… Keep reading »

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