Well, to be clear, that’s not Joe Manganiello’s actual stomach, as that belly is missing his trademark eight-pack abs. But regardless, this clip is oddly sexy. And it’s also making me hungry. Enjoy!
Today, pop idol and breast cancer survivor Kylie Minogue kicks off her Les Folies tour–and she’ll be decked out in some absolutely ravishing custom-made clothes from Dolce & Gabbana. Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana built Kylie a deliciously girly wardrobe worthy of a pop idol. Every piece is designed around a gold corset that she’ll wear throughout her show. Check it out! Keep reading »
That’s some unfortunate microphone placement on Kylie Minogue’s part if I’ve ever seen it. Apparently it was banned from Facebook for nudity. The teddy bear must have felt violated. [The Daily What] Keep reading »
Kylie Minogue has fearless style that’s hard for the average woman to imitate. However, this look balances the tightrope between edgy and simple well. Well-placed pleats and a tapered leg make her khakis chic and interesting, while the long-sleeve button-down shirt keeps the look classic. This classy neutral look would be great for a seaside brunch because the long sleeves and cropped pants will guard against the sea breeze. Just remember to add a few punches of red, like Kylie did, so you don’t look like a member of the restaurant’s wait staff. Keep reading »
In Kylie Minogue‘s new music video, “All the Lovers,” the pop star says all she wants to do is dance, but for Kylie that means floating on a giant mound of half-naked people pawing at each other and her. Maybe this is some sort of new dance? We’ll call it The Love Pile. Perhaps they were all inspired because Kylie herself is not wearing any pants in this video. Oh, and then a white horse shows up. It’s a little bit Victoria’s Secret, a little bit Spencer Tunick, and a little bit Greco-Roman orgy. Keep reading »
Forget expensive skin creams and trips to the dermatologist. If you really want perfect skin, Kylie Minogue has the answer, and it’s a whole lot cheaper than you’d expect. Apparently, the star relies on Pond’s Cold Cream for her wrinkle-free complexion, a product you’ve seen in the vanity of your grandmother’s house, no doubt. “It’s really changed my skin,” she said. “It’s all I really use to look after my skin. It’s such an old classic.” Though the skin cream has been around forever and costs a measly $4.99, you might not be aware that its roots are really based in ancient Greece, which officially makes it that much cooler, not to mention a total steal. The cream derives inspiration and its base — water and fats — from a cleanser used over 2,000 years ago, making it a historical gem in the beauty world. Kylie’s must-have product proves two things: 1) You shouldn’t judge skincare products by their price tag because sometimes the best finds are the cheapest, and 2) Grandma always know best. If this cream will give you flawless skin through your 40s, like Kylie’s, I’m picking some up on my way home today. [Daily Mail] Keep reading »
Why did Elle UK blur this cover shot of songstress Kylie Minogue? Who knows. But it sure beats one more Photoshop horror. [The Life Files] Keep reading »