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Yesterday, Lady Gaga released her latest album, Born This Way, to massive fanfare and hype — and it’s on its way to possibly selling more than 1 million copies this week. In honor of Mama Monster’s amazing accomplishments, we’ve decided to take a trip down hair follicle memory lane, to look at some of Gaga’s most, shall we say interesting hairstyles from past and present.
Yesterday, we introduced you to our new favorite “Real Housewives” cast member, Joe Gorga, aka Teresa Giudice‘s younger brother. So far this season, he has been stealing scenes from both his sister and his wife, new housewife Melissa Gorga. Then came last night’s Halloween episode, in which Joe dressed up as … Snooki. “You’re really a Jersey chick now, honey. You look like your sister,” says Melissa watching him slink into a gold, leopard-print dress and put on a pouffy wig. Then Joe looks Melissa up and down and says, “I look better than you as a woman.” Classic. Keep reading »
Elle Creative Director Joe Zee has been helping designers through his TV show “All on the Line,” and tonight, we take a look back at all the fun and drama. But! Before you tune in for that, why not check in with Joe for a live Facebook chat at 9 p.m.? We’ll be there to get the chat going. Tune in and take part tonight! Keep reading »
Kim Jackson was quickly dubbed “Drunk Kim” by bloggers during “The Bachelor: Rome.” While on a group date with Lorenzo, she passed out on the beach. When the other ladies tried to wake her up, she unleashed the following tirade: “I hate you guys … the damn, eh … the lod deb us, I hate you loof. Hate, have a damn, blasphemy, that … I planted that last rose and helletz! I hate vodka. (Inaudible) put the vodka on the rose. I got it, I got it. I’m sweating beads. Oh, I thought that was the waiter. I’m so embarrassing!” Indeed. [View Gallery »
“I don’t understand executives that pit women against each other. The fact that they brought in ‘Body of Proof’ [at the same time as 'The Good Wife']—Dana Delaney is a friend of mine, and the two of us were just rolling our eyes. It’s like, of course, you finally have two great female leads and you’re going to put us on against each other … You’re a**holes. You should have put them on against a different show to see where they go, and then in the end, it was split down the middle. It’s the feeling that you want to celebrate not de-calibrate.”
—Julianna Margulies on the state of women in television. Such an interesting point she makes that I probably never would have noticed. Because I watch most of my TV on the internet, I’m not usually paying attention to network scheduling. But I can’t say I’m surprised by the practice. As far as women have come in all industries, I believe that there is still the pervasive, underlying belief (albeit unconscious) — both by men and women — that there can only be one or two women on top. I will look forward to a paradigm shift where the ruling principle for the success of women is abundance. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »
Lady Gaga‘s much hyped Born This Way drops this week, which has our girl hitting the publicity circuits even harder than usual. In addition to being the musical guest on the season finale of “Saturday Night Live” this past weekend and having a threesome with Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg, yesterday Gaga sat down with David Letterman for a chat. During the interview, Lady Gaga explained her new vehicle of choice, the egg. “It’s a place where I can meditate and experience rebirth,” she said. “So I just get inside of it and close it, and then when I feel that I have been reborn spiritually, I just, whoo, come out.” Keep reading »