We love a good cocktail just as much as we love analyzing the inner workings of celebrities, based off the personality traits presented to us via Us Weekly, Billy Bush’s incisive commentary on “Access Hollywood,” and their one true gift to us plebes — their bodies of work. Maybe as you flip through a waterlogged InTouch, you wondered to yourself “What would Reese Witherspoon be if she were a drink?” Rest easy, friends. We’ve taken the legwork out of life’s complicated quandaries. Curious? Click through…
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Vintage Lohan always makes me a little sad: she was such a cutie before all the cocaine and lip injectables. Her fellow child model was harder to place. It took a minute to recognize her, but once I did, it made total sense these two traveled in the same child modeling circles back in the day. Although their futures turned out very differently … [Instagram]
If you’ve spent much of your life jealous of Kirsten Dunst for getting to kiss Brad Pitt in Interview With the Vampire, this may make you feel better: She didn’t actually enjoy it. In a recent interview about her new movie,Upside Down, she revealed to Bullett magazine that she, as an 11-year-old, found the whole thing pretty gross. “He had this long hair. He was just a hippie-ish cool dude. Everyone at the time was like, ‘You’re so lucky you kissed Brad Pitt,’ but I thought it was disgusting,” she says. “I didn’t kiss anyone else until I was 16, I think. I was a late bloomer.” Read more…
Garrett Hedlund and Kirsten Dunst are such an ugly couple. They make me sick. At least these two fuggos found each other, because nobody else would want to date them, am I right? No, but seriously, how cute is it that Garrett escorted his lady to the Yves Saint Laurent show? Dreams, baby, dreams. [Photo: FameFlynet]
- Anne Hathaway’s interesting bridal bandana, explained! [NYMag.com]
- TV host and girl-about-town Alexa Chung is set to release her first book, “a glimpse into Chung’s secrets to successful dressing, style tips, sketches, and personal photos,” next September. [Vogue UK]
- Despite all the drama and criticism that’s surrounded Hedi Slimane’s first collection for
YvesSaint Laurent, bigwig buyers from giants like Barneys and Bergdorf Goodman are loving the wares, which is kind of the whole point. [Refinery29]
- Elizabeth Olsen talks shopping, style, and borrowing/stealing clothes from her sisters in an exclusive interview. Girlfriend’s got it rough! [Grazia Daily]
- Chanel is trying to make French manicures happen again. For what reason, we may never know. [Fashionista] Keep reading »
“With ‘Bachelorette,’ I thought of these really thin, beautiful women, who if you saw walking down the street you’d think, ‘These girls have their lives together and it makes me feel bad about myself.’ I wanted to examine how they are gluttonous through drug addiction, materialism, sexual voraciousness, eating disorders — literally take, take, take, consume, consume, consume. Then there is their friend, Becky, who is moving into adulthood. She’s the one who appears to be the gluttonous one, who you might point at and say she has a problem because she’s overweight. You might feel better about yourself and move on. But she’s the one who’s getting out of the prison that these characters have created for themselves. … I couldn’t for the life of me think of one good moniker for these women and who they are that wasn’t punitive. You know what I mean, like ‘Sluts’ or ‘Bitches,’ and who would see a movie called that? All we’ve got is this feminized version of this male idea, that’s, by the way, a great thing if you’re a man. If you’re not married and you’re a straight guy, the world is your fuckin’ oyster, but if you’re single and you’re a woman and you’ve got something going for you, it’s just so sad you’re not married yet. It doesn’t make any sense to me. But what do I know? I’m sad and alone.”
Watching “Bachelorette” on Video On Demand is on my to-do list this evening, so I was interested to read this Q&A with the writer/director Leslye Headland. “Bachelorette,” as you’ve probably heard, is about four high school friends who reunite for one of their weddings — and the other three freak the fuck out because they’re still single and childless. And snorting loads of cocaine, apparently. As someone who is gearing up for her 10-year high school reunion and is also “sad and alone” according to societal standards, I have to say it’s a topic of interest! The subject of the movie, I mean. [BlackBook Mag]
Let me pose a very serious question: does Kirsten Dunst ever go wrong? (Before you ask, I think she has done her very best to absolve herself of that totally weird amFAR dress.) With formidable fashion choices and equally stunning acting chops, it’s all too easy to forget that Kiki was the street-style celeb to watch before she decided to step away from the spotlight in 2008.
Anyway, I’m thrilled to see the actress back in action, and I daresay she’s better than ever. Publicity rounds for “Bachelorette” alongside Lizzy Caplan and Isla Fisher have seen her through a series of show-stealing outfits, and I’m consistently impressed by her interesting beauty looks. (She may also know a thing or two about teabagging, but that is neither here nor there.) They’re always pretty, but she never goes for the traditional trappings — a matte red lip, as seen here, is classic, but her shimmery copper shadow turns the standard on its head for an effective unexpected edge. Keep reading »
So this movie “Bachelorette” just came out, and I’m so ambivalent as to whether or not I should see it. On one hand, I love (in no manner of order other than how they are credited on iMDB) Lizzy Caplan, Isla Fisher, Kirsten Dunst, James Marsden, Adam Scott, and Rebel Wilson. On the other, I heard that the movie itself is an abomination. On the other, other hand, I really want to see it, but will I regret wasting 91 minutes of my life? Therein lies the conundrum.
All internal battles aside, the stars looked just lovely on the red carpet at the premiere over the weekend. Winona and I agree that Kirsten slayed this Gaultier trench-inspired dress, which could have been a disaster on the wrong girl; Lizzy looked so good from the waist up that I’ll let her awkward-length slip slide; Isla was refined perfection in red lace Reem Acra. But I’m really feeling their individual approaches to makeup for the night — the three managed to look gorgeous and true to their own sensibilities without overshadowing one another. I think this calls for a special three-way edition, no? Keep reading »
Brr! It’s cold in here! There must be an incredible Jean Paul Gaultier dress in the atmosphere! Seriously though,
Torrance Shipman Kirsten Dunst looks amazing at the LA premiere of her new movie, “Bachelorette,” wearing a slouchy JPG resort gown that strikes just the right balance of retro and modern. I never thought a double-breasted trench coat-inspired dress with a ruffled collar neckline and pockets would work, but oh man, Kirsten is working it. Also I’m totally going to beg Rachel for a Beauty Cues post about this makeup look. I want to steal Kiki’s dewy complexion and berry lips, like, stat. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]
Hey ladies, have you ever spent any time as a strip club? Actually, gentleman, you can feel free to answer this next question too. What would you say your favorite part of the strip club experience is? The naked breasts? The thumping club music and late-’80s hair metal? The overpriced champagne? For Kirsten Dunst, who appears in the new movie “Bachelorette,” the best part of hanging out at Scores was … the food? Describing it as “damn good,” Dunst also told Jay Leno on “The Tonight Show,” “We had sushi, we had lamb chops. One of the guys in our movie, Kyle, was, like, ‘These are some of the best lamb chops I’ve ever had.’” You know, Scores is a pretty high-end establishment, so maybe the food isn’t the typical buffet fare of most strip clubs. But I’ll just take her word for it rather than finding out for myself. Clips of Kirsten’s full appearance on “The Tonight Show” are above!