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The Daily Squeeze: British Fashion Essentials, CoverGirl Ellen DeGeneres, And A Blonde Boycott

  • Can’t make it to London Fashion Week? Here are 50 things every British girl should own. The list includes a pair of men’s brogues and a black bob wig. [The Times, U.K.]
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    Quote Of The Day: Rachel Zoe On Dying For Fashion

    “Just throw me in my coffin now with these earrings on.” — Rachel Zoe on last night’s episode of “The Rachel Zoe Project,” the Frisky’s latest obsession. (Check back later today for more on the Zoe show.) Keep reading »

    Quickies!: Lynne Spears Tells All, Disney Does Sarah Palin

  • Lynne Spears’ tell-all, Through the Storm: A Real Story of Fame and Family in a Tabloid World, drops today. [Perez Hilton]
  • Last week, Matt Damon compared the possibility of Sarah Palin becoming president to “a really bad Disney movie.” Well, here’s a look at that movie. [Jezebel]
  • In more Sarah Palin news: She loves tanning so much that she installed a tanning bed in the Governor’s Mansion in Juneau. [Us Magazine]
  • Parents can make or break a model’s rise to fame. These six mothers helped turn their daughters into supermodels. [Portfolio]
  • Miley Cyrus is dating a 20-year-old underwear model and aspiring country singer. I smell… a user. [LA Times]
  • According to author Megan Basham, women can improve their financial outlook by not working and supporting their husbands’ careers. Uh, thanks. We’ll pass on that one. [Shine]
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    Poll: Will Brad Cry On The Rachel Zoe Project Tonight?

    Tonight’s episode of “The Rachel Zoe Project” airs at 10 p.m. (That’s ten o’clock, not eleven o’clock, like last week. Don’t miss it, people!) In this week’s episode, Taylor and Brad fight some more. If you’re a fan, you know Brad is a deeply emotional man. Last week, he sobbed copiously. Will Taylor make him cry tonight? Keep reading »

    The Top Five Most Memorable Moments In TRL History

    This November, MTV’s “Total Request Live” is going on “hiatus,” after 10 years of celebrity appearances, musical performances, and screaming fans. Even though I haven’t watched the show in years, I’m strangely sad about the news. This was the show I raced home from school to watch! When I was younger, my mother didn’t like me watching MTV, so I would have to be really sneaky and flip to another channel if she came into the living room.

    Since it was live (hence the “L”), a lot of crazy stuff went down at MTV’s Times Square studios. Check out our favorite moments on the music video countdown show — and share yours in the comments!

    • In 2001, Mariah Carey showed up to TRL wearing only an over-sized T-shirt that said “Loverboy” and a pair of heels, while pushing an ice cream cart. Then, she stripped off her shirt to reveal gold go-go shorts and a green “Supergirl” halter. “You’re my therapy session right now, Carson,” she declared. “Every now and then somebody need a little therapy, and today is that moment for me.” She didn’t really make much sense, and shortly after the surprise TRL appearance, she actually suffered a physical and emotional breakdown and checked into a hospital. Apparently, “Carson therapy” wasn’t enough.
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    Girl Talk: I Love Testosterone TV

    The boys are back in town! The guys of “Entourage,” that is. I’ve spent the last two Sundays demanding silence at ten o’clock. What can I say? I love testosterone TV. So why does a girly girl like me, who watches “Gossip Girl” and “90210,” have so much love for “bros before hos” shows? Find out after the jump. Keep reading »

    Where the Girls Aren’t: Vanity Fair’s New Establishment Doesn’t Include Many Women

    Vanity Fair has posted the latest version of its annual New Establishment list. But, hey! Where are all the women? Out of the 100 moguls, entertainers, and businessfolk who made the list as the top 100 “leaders of the information age,” just how many are women? A whopping nine. Who are they, you ask? Oprah Winfrey, Angelina Jolie, Arianna Huffington, Miuccia Prada, Diane Sawyer, Anna Wintour, Annette de la Renta, Donatella Versace, and Diane Von Furstenberg. So, what have we learned? If you’re a woman who wants to be considered a player in the New Media era by the media, you better be an entertainer, work in fashion, or have really, really great hair. Keep reading »

    Nike Women And Nicola Sanders Reveal What It Feels Like For A Girl

    As part of Nike Women’s new “Here I Am” ad campaign, British Olympic runner Nicola Sanders exposes what it’s like to be a world-class female athlete — on the inside. In the virtual reality video, her brain shouts directions while her heart pushes her to win. Other inspiring videos in the series feature Swiss triathlete Nicola Spirig, Russian tennis champ Maria Sharapova, and judoka star Delphine Delsalle. [Kottke] Keep reading »

    The Daily Squeeze: TRL Says Goodbye, Hot Actors On TV, And Obama Waffles

  • So long, TRL. After 10 years, MTV’s Total Request Live is going off the air. We’re nostalgic for the Carson Daly who had an earring and wore beaded necklaces. [Variety]
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    Quickies!: What Happens At A Sex Party

  • The founders of NYC sex party Chemistry reveal what goes on behind closed doors. [Tango]
  • A 33-year-old woman may face a year in jail for trying to impersonate her 15-year-old daughter and joining the cheerleading squad at a high school in Green Bay, W.I. [College Candy]
  • Dita Von Teese is promoting her new Wonderbra line with a mini-film. [Popbytes]
  • Why are there so few female conductors? And by conductors, we mean the musical kind, as opposed to the ones who, you know, drive trains. [BBC]
  • Travel & Leisure magazine named Miami the most attractive city in the U.S. The judges must be really into skin-tight Lycra. [Gothamist]
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