Last night brought the season premiere of “Project Runway,” and I tried—really tried—to stay awake through all 90 minutes of it. But while this show once seemed so fresh and original, now that it’s in its 8th season, it’s just stale. So to add an extra 30 minutes to every episode? Egads. I found myself drifting off and contemplating such things as: what is Heidi Klum‘s tattoo on her right inner arm?
The one bit of good news about the show is that Tim Gunn‘s role has been slightly broadened. He now does confessional interviews that are interspersed throughout the episode. But he still isn’t a judge because, as he says, “I’m a believer in the separation of church and state.” And sadly, Tim feels that judges Heidi Klum, Michael Kors, and Nina Garcia made some bad decisions this season. In one episode, he intervened during a judging session because he felt they were about to send the wrong person home. “I’ve never witnessed a season where I felt so disabled by what the judges have decided,” he says. “There’s a reason I call them crack-smoking judges.” [NY Post] Keep reading »
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It might not seem like it, but there is quite a bit of variance in model bodies. Take the following, for example: Crystal Renn (the “curvy” model), Heidi Klum (the ’90s swimsuit body, or just “the body”), and the more contemporary Agyness Deyn (the flat-chested, boyish model). If you could have one of these ladies’ physiques, which would you choose and why? Keep reading »
Heidi Klum and Seal, now you are annoying me. The admittedly adorable and oh-so-in-love couple thinks they know the key to a successful marriage, and it’s not just annual themed vow renewal ceremonies. The pair, who have been married for five years and have four children, are bringing their relationship wisdom to TV, in the form of a TV show on Lifetime called “Love’s Divine.” The couple will travel the country, advising couples who are having relationship problems. Look, Heidi and Seal certainly seem incredibly happy, but I really hate it when rich, famous people try and tell us normal folks how to do things, as if the average couple has access to the same resources. After all, when Heidi and Seal need a weekend away to rediscover “the spark,” they have an army of nannies on speed dial. While I may find the couple to be far more tolerable than, say, Gwyneth Paltrow, I’m willing to bet their relationship advice will be as realistic and palatable as one of GOOP‘s kale cleanses. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »