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Who can understand the whims and desires of International Top Supermodel and Media Mogul Tyra Banks? For the past several cycles she’s had the inimitable Vogue Contributing Editor Andre Leon Talley as a panel judge for the show, but now rumor has it that he’ll be replaced by PR guru/life coach/”The City” HBIC Kelly Cutrone. Perhaps Talley was over the dreckitude–or perhaps there was a more sinister situation happening between himself and Banks. We can only imagine that two people which such big, uh, personalities may have run into conflict from time to time. In any case, we’ll miss his oversized muumuus and would clamor to sit in his “sa-lon” anytime.
But on with Cutrone, whose sharp tongue and chipper new age-y self help advice will no doubt put a different spin on “ANTM”‘s model panel. (Hell, she’s even wore a muumuu or two of her own during the debut season of “Kell On Earth.”) And now we’ve got a new Cutrone-related drinking game to employ: A swig for every time she’s able to work the title of her 2009 memoir If You Have to Cry, Go Outside, into upbraiding some poor wannabe. [Fashionista]
Sad about lifestyle guru Oprah going off the air? Well, there’s a new dream-maker in town: Kelly Cutrone. Kelly, of MTV’s “The City” and Bravo’s “Kell on Earth,” is now casting for a new show, where she’s going to help participants realize their goals. “Do you fantasize about making your dreams a reality? Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? Are you a talented artist?” reads the pitch. “Do you want to design handbags? Start your own jewelry line? You know that you have what it takes, but you don’t know how to get there?” Folks, Kelly Cutrone is going to give you the straight dope on how to make your dreams come true. Keep reading »
We’re not sure that when we bash on bad celeb behavior—like the baby food diet trend—that it actually makes a difference in Hollywood. When fashion power lady Kelly Cutrone says something, however, people might just listen. Here’s something embarrassing: When Stephanie Pratt tweeted about loving the baby food diet cleanse, Kelly took her down, saying: “So crazy that all of these hollywood girls are eating babyfood – wtf – what kind of a message is this -it makes me waaah for the future,” and “There is a long list of Hollywood mega stars who eat babyfood nice one gals – great message- Toddler Chic – Toddlers in Tiaras watch out.” Toddlers in tiaras! Thank goodness someone in the entertainment business is willing to slam Hollywood for creating truly deranged images and role models. [Twitter] Keep reading »
Oh noes, Whitney Port and Olivia Palermo might have lost their fake jobs! Fashionista.com is reporting that MTV is canceling “The City” after this season. Rumor has it, MTV is booting Palermo off the network because she was cutting into Snooki’s pickle budget. Just kidding! We don’t know why “The City” would be canceled or if the rumor is even true. Frankly, we’re surprised the “Hills” spin-off lasted this long: Whitney Port has always been très boring, non? The only character we’ll miss is Kelly Cutrone, the People’s Revolution fashion PR girl. Thankfully, Kelly’s got her own show, “Kell On Earth,” on Bravo — but considering she’s one of Whitney Eve‘s biggest advocates, this won’t be the last we’ve seen of Whitney yet. Palermo, however, can crawl back from whence she came. [Fashionista] Keep reading »
On “The City,” Roxy Olin, er, plays Whitney Port’s BFF. At first, I wasn’t sure about Roxy. So sassy. So defiant. So trouble-starter-ish. Yet, she has known grown on me, and Kelly Cutrone, too, obviously, so now I am on Team Roxy. I mean, compared to Olivia Palermo, this girl is a saint. Bluefly paid a visit to Roxy at home, where she takes us through her decidedly stylish wardrobe. Her fashion influence: Mick Jagger. Her current theme: the ’80s. Most unique piece: a disco ball shrug. Just don’t let her catch you in Uggs and a crop top. Her collection certainly is eclectic. Do you love it or hate it? The Cut] Keep reading »