Check out Kate Hudson‘s super sleek and architectural-feeling eye makeup at this past Sunday’s Golden Globes. I’m loving it—the look is sort of like a reverse cat eye. Not only are her inner rims lined, but the liquid liner is extended beyond the inner corners of her eyes (rather than the usual outer-corner cat-eye look). Different, fresh, totally cool, no? Get the quick how-to, after the jump! Keep reading »
I need to get something off my chest. I cannot stand
Julia Roberts and her appearance at the Golden Globes last night only fed my raging fire of loathing. For some inexplicable reason, the nominee (for “Duplicity,” which no one saw) had the honor of giving away the award for “Best Picture Drama” and, as I should have expected, she used the opportunity to focus on herself. “Finn, Hazel, and Henry go to bed,” she cooed into the camera. Hey, guess what, Jules? That would have been cute if you were at the mic because you won
an award, but guess what? You didn’t, so stick to the script. (Did I mention she was wearing a wholly inappropriate short, black dress that seemed better suited for the office?) The moment was reminiscent of the time a few years ago, when Roberts was tasked with giving away the Best Actor trophy at the Academy Awards and, upon seeing who won (Denzel Washington), made sure to crow, “I love my life!” No. One. Cares. Now go make a movie worth seeing, dork. (The only person who was more annoying than Roberts was James Cameron himself, who reminded us, 11 years after that whole “I’m the king of the world!” acceptance speech, that he is a mega douche.) Keep reading »
The 2010 Golden Globe nominations were read early this morning from Hollywood by a supah-fine John Krasinski, Diane Kruger, and Justin Timberlake. Some of the nominees include Gabourey Sidibe for “Precious,” Meryl Streep for her roles in “It’s Complicated” and “Julie and Julia,” Joseph Gordon Levitt for “(500) Days of Summer,” January Jones and Jon Hamm for “Mad Men,” Courteney Cox for “Cougar Town,” (anyone else sorta shocked by this?) Tina Fey for “30 Rock,” and Drew Barrymore for the HBO miniseries “Grey Gardens.” The movie “Up in the Air” got more nominations that any other movie; “Glee” was the most nominated TV show.
When Emily Blunt was nominated for her role in “The Young Victoria,” Justin Timberlake chuckled, looked into the audience, presumably at Krasinski, who is dating Blunt, and said, “Oo-oh, somebody’s gonna have a good night tonight!” Oh, that Timberlake — always the entertainer. See the full list of nominees here. The 2010 Golden Globes will air Sunday, Jan. 17, 2010 on NBC. Keep reading »