Ciara showed up at a Valentino store opening earlier this week rocking some seriously striking two-tone hair. Her locks go from deep, dark brown at the roots to white hot blonde at eye level down to the ends. It’s a pretty extreme version of the ombre hair trend–so, what do you think? Is it edgy and stylish or way past time for a touch-up?
Happy Friday! It’s time for Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha, in which we round up photos of super short dresses, questionable hem lines, and other indicators of the inevitable extinction of pants. Here are the top five DSYC moments that caught our eye this week…
Kirsten Dunst has, for the most part, consistently fantastic style. Her casual looks have always been impressive, in my opinion even more so than her red carpet appearances. She also seems really down-to-earth, which is probably part of the reason why she looks so enviably cool at her most dressed-down moments. Her new film, The Bling Ring is bound to be insanely good — it’s directed by Kirsten’s good friend Sofia Coppola (yet another of my favorite fashionistas), who also directed her in The Virgin Suicides. Kirsten arrived on set yesterday in this totally effortless outfit, and being a longtime lover of a good all-black look with a touch of color, it’s totally “up my alley,” as my mother would say. Naturally, I had to recreate it for my own purposes — I’ll show you how to do the same, after the jump. [via Just Jared] Keep reading »
“The first thing that went through my mind is, ‘Oh dear God, how are we going to film this?’ Then, ‘Oh God, my father’s going to watch the show’ … But I love it. I truly believe ["The Good Wife" co-creator Michelle King] is instigating a sexual revolt for network television. I think it’s brave, and I love to try things people haven’t tried before … I’m such a different person now than I was in my twenties … I had all these insecurities – about doing the right thing, about how people would perceive me. It stopped me from having fun, where now I feel comfortable with who I am, no matter who’s in the room … Now this is me, take it or leave it. … That’s the beauty of growing up.”
–Julianna Margulies talks to More about her “Good Wife” oral sex scene with Chris Noth. I can’t tell whether it’s female or male oral that will be reenacted, but either way, it should be interesting. I would be particularly impressed if it were female oral. Here’s to the sexual revolution on network television! [People]
Where do I begin here. Hmmm. I begin with actor Curtis Armstrong, who most of you know better as Booger from “Revenge Of The Nerds.” LOVE that movie. But that’s off topic. We are here to talk about Garey Busey’s near-death experience and what he saw. In an interview, Curtis talked about his experience working with Gary Busey in the 2003 movie, “Quigley.” Here’s what he said:
“It was just what you’d imagine. That’s about the best way to put it. We were shooting this movie—which is a horrible movie—and he was supposed to come back from the dead. And he of course, Gary Busey, supposedly had done this—he’d been in an accident and died and came back. He showed up on a set made to look like Heaven, and he looked around and said, ‘I can’t play this scene.’ They were three days behind at this point. But Busey said, ‘It’s nothing like this. I’ve been to Heaven and it doesn’t look like this. That sofa’s all wrong. That mirror is ridiculous. They don’t even have mirrors!’ It was ridiculous. He was completely nuts about the design of Heaven … But then on top of it, one of the guys playing an angel, had also died and come back. And this guy got into an argument with Busey about the way Heaven looked! The two of them wound up coming to blows and they had to send everybody home.”
I had a dream once where I was in heaven and it was an old run-down town with a gas station and everyone ate steak an ice cream all day. And now that I think of it, there were no mirrors. Maybe he knows what he’s talking about. Think about it, why do you need to look at yourself when you’re dead? Call me crazy, but I tend to believe the things Mr. Busey says. Because … why not? So Gary Busey, I pose this question to you: What does heaven look like? [NY Mag via AV Club]