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The fashion chatter after last week’s royal wedding has been all about fascinators. These half-headbands, half-hats are all the rage at British weddings and special events. And since the Kentucky Derby is coming up this weekend (another fascinator-appropriate event), we thought we’d give you some inspiration. Check out our other fascinating fascinator finds after the jump!
Woo-hoo! Tina Fey is returning to her old stomping grounds, “Saturday Night Live,” this weekend. She will be hosting while Ellie Goulding, aka the chickadee who played the royal wedding, does the musical guest thing. “SNL” promos are never quite as funny as I want them to be, but still—just had to share these because we love Tina that much. [NBC] Keep reading »
On Sunday night, prepare to witness the most unholy of lip locks. While in New York, Audrina Patridge and her often-tipsy mom Lynn stopped by Donald Trump‘s office to talk about “business opportunities” for Audrina — with the cameras for her VH1 reality show rolling, of course. Trump said that Audrina is “beautiful and smart” and would be welcome on “Celebrity Apprentice” or as a co-host of the Miss Universe pageant. Eeek. But the worst part is when Trump and Lynn said goodbye, kissing each other somewhere between the cheek and lip, on repeat. And giving us this horrifying image. [NY Daily News] Keep reading »
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Pretty soon it will be margarita o’clock. Giant sombrero is optional. In honor of the special day, click through to see some pics of your favorite female celebs getting their margarita on.
“I remember the first time I saw [Pamela Anderson] at the MTV Europe Music Awards at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. She was going out with that guy in Poison, Bret Michaels. She was so hot so I lied and said, ‘What the f**k are you doin’ with that jerk? You know I was going to be here.’ So pretentious, so rock star, but then again I’d drink a gallon of her piss just to see where it comes from.”
—Steven Tyler was quite taken with Pamela Anderson the first time they met. If every excerpt of Steven’s memoir Does The Noise In My Head Bother You? is this good, I’ve got to read it immediately. [Seattle Weekly] Keep reading »