Over the weekend, Rachel McAdams was caught by paps sporting a ridiculously well-developed baby bump. No, she’s not really preggers (that we know of), but she’s playing a preggo lady for her new movie, “About Time.” And boy does she look uncomfy.
McAdams is hardly the first actress to sport a fake pregnancy for a movie. After the jump, some of the best and worst fake movie bumps.
There are many, many different types of cleavage, but the one that seems to cause the most controversy is the underboob. No wonder Rihanna (seen above, performing this weekend) is on board — she’s such a rebel, that girl! Is a glimpse of a lady boob’s bottom half sexy or silly? Sultry or stupid? Does it make you wonder, I wonder what the rest is like? or Hey, what happened to the rest of that chick’s shirt? Undecided? Click through these 15 great moments in celebrity underboobage and then tell us how you feel.
Shorts are kind of a rarity in The Frisky offices, but three of us are wearing them today. Also, I’m seeing lots of fun prints and stripes. You heard it here first: shorts, stripes, and prints are big for summer 2012! Breaking news, everyone.
A swimsuit cover-up is a great addition to your beach or pool bag. Even if they don’t actually cover up that much of you, it’s nice to have a little something to throw on over your bikini to go grab a cool drink. Since your cover-up is guaranteed to get wet, sandy, and chlorinated, it’s best not to spend too much on it–let’s say $25, shall we? Here are 10 colorful cover-ups in a variety of styles and sizes that won’t break the bank. Click through to check ‘em out!
Is there anything more frightening than seeing monstrosity Teresa Giudice, she of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” abomination, posing behind a DJ deck? Can you imagine the horrible music she’s fake-playing right about now? In reality, Giudice was the paid hostess for a party at Gypsies, the nightclub of the Mount Airy Casino.
But sadly, the rest of the stars in this gallery have actually attempted to play DJ for real.
We’ve long been obsessed with the life and art of Yayoi Kusama, the Japanese artist who has obsessively made polka dot art for the last forty years. It seems Louis Vuitton shares our interest — and has released images of its collection inspired by Kusama.
Sadly, the collection is only available in a few choice spots — it pops up in Louis Vuitton’s NYC store starting tomorrow, and can also be found at Printemps flagship in Paris and Selfridges in London.
A second collection of Kusama-inspired pieces, based on her “nerves” work, will be out this fall.
Our favorite look might be the clear polka-dotted raincoats. What about you? [Fashion Indie]