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Sarah Jessica Parker Has Considered Leaving New York

“[The papparazi] follow every move I make until I’m back inside the house. You do start to understand the behind-the-gate mentality, the getting in the car in your driveway. But I can’t imagine living in seclusion. We flirted with [moving out of New York]. We went outside the city and troubled all these realtors and stood in these homes and fantasized, and then I kept picturing nine o’clock at night and… The beautiful thing about New York is, you have to expose yourself to other people the minute you step outside the door. There is no choice. And I love that.”

—Sarah Jessica Parker shows off her family in a spread in the new issue of Vogue and explains that they have contemplated leaving New York, the city that is like the peanut butter to her jelly. But it sure doesn’t sound like that move will happen anytime soon. [Vogue] Keep reading »

Morning Quickies: Is Anna Wintour Writing A Memoir? & Megan Fox “In Tears” Over Shia Hookup

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  • Anna Wintour of Vogue is allegedly scratching out a memoir, although her rep denies it. I’m still holding out hope for the Grace Coddington memoir. [New York Post]
  • “The Simpsons” invited Prince William and Kate Middleton to lend their voices to an episode during their visit to L.A.. Even though they got a personalized letter from Homer Simpson, the royals gracefully declined. [Entertainment Weekly]
  • Adele may be joining “The Voice” … but in the UK, dammit. [UK Mirror]
  • He may have stormed off in a huff and headed back to Staten Island, but Vinny returned to film “Jersey Shore” this weekend. Whew. [BuzzFeed]

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Alexander Skarsgard Suits Up For Vogue Magazine

It doesn’t get much hotter than this! “True Blood” star Alexander Skarsgard got all dressed up for Vogue magazine and looked sexier than ever! The actor also revealed some tidbits about the upcoming highly anticipated season of his hit HBO show, including what becomes of his character Eric Northman.

Alexander admits that at first, he wasn’t sure he wanted to take on the “True Blood” role of the sexy vampire. “I was nervous about doing a TV series, because I wasn’t sure I wanted to play the same character over and over,” he told Vogue.

However, he quickly changed his mind, adding, “But this season is really fun. Eric gets amnesia and becomes like a big child.” Read more… Keep reading »

Emma Watson’s Dramatic Vogue Cover

Holy moly Hermione! “Harry Potter” actress Emma Watson looks more glamorous than ever on the cover of the July issue of Vogue. I am loving her glossy wine-colored lips, sleek hair, and dramatic brows. [Vogue’s Tumblr] Keep reading »

Watch 9-Year-Old Boy “Vogue” His Heart Out In 1991


Only in my wildest dreams would I unearth an old VHS tape from my mom’s storage unit and find evidence of my youthful spunk that is this fantastic. Above, 9-year-old Robert Jeffrey, performing Madonna’s “Vogue” in 1991. Adult Robert Jeffrey explains: “My parents took me to Hampton Beach Casino in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. A business in the casino at the time gave tourists the chance to lip-synch to their favorite pop songs in front of a blue screen background, and I was lucky enough to partake that summer.” And now, thanks to the internet and Robert’s generosity, so are we. TGIF! [Popdust] Keep reading »

Real Women Are More Interesting Than Teenagers, Says Vogue Editor

“When they changed from the supermodel to the skinny girl, I remember Eva Herzigova was not working, and Cindy Crawford, all these girls they were working less and less. And I remember at an Hermès show a few seasons ago, they put on the runway with these young teenager girls Naomi [Campbell] and Stephanie Seymour, and they look almost big if you compare them [with the other models]. But they were looking so beautiful because they look like women. We are used to seeing teenagers — 14, 15, 17, 18 years old — they are not able to use their bodies and their bodies are still not shaped. I don’t know why it became a prototype of a beauty, like Twiggy in the sixties or Veruschka. But you realize the women with the bodies are much more interesting than teenagers.”

Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani, on why she was thrilled to put three models with voluptuous bodies on the cover of this month’s Vogue. [NYMag.com] Keep reading »

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