Did you watch “Kell on Earth” last night? I did, and I’m officially hooked, even though the last thing I need is to add more television shows to my DVR queue. The PR power house is straight up, unafraid to show what the fashion industry is really like, and brutally honest. Working in fashion, I have an understanding of just how public relations work, but I honestly had no idea that Kelly lived and worked in the same building. It seems like a love/hate relationship — perfect because it provides additional time to spend with her daughter, but stressful since her work and home life collide. Last night, we had a quick peek into Kelly’s apartment, and it’s full of great finds — and surprisingly, lots of pink. First, I’m in love with Ava’s white bed against the white exposed brick, and the Baroque chairs in Kelly’s kitchen are a fancy touch to spruce up a simple NYC kitchen. All I know is, I’m saving this image of her living room in my inspiration folder for my next apartment, because those silver accents look amazing decorating any simple white wall. A couple more after the jump… [Casa Sugar] Keep reading »
4 8 15 16 23 42. These numbers will only make sense (err, be recognizable?) to “Lost” fans and I needed something to grab your attention since you’re probably losing it a little in anticipation of tonight’s season premiere. This is the sixth and final season of the polar bear and time travel-tastic series, which means that it’s (presumably?) time for the writers to start tying up all the loose ends. So what will be happening this season? There are a zillion theories out there. After the jump, we’ve rounded up some of the most interesting.
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The Grammy Awards were so yesterday. Tonight is all about “The Bachelor.” Who will Bachelor Jake get rid of next, after ninja-dissing Ella, Katherine, and Ashleigh last week? There’s only a few more ladies left! Meet me back here at 8 p.m. (EST). Keep reading »
Forget the Super Bowl. There’s something even bigger happening on television this week—the season premiere of “Lost.” I repeat, “LOST” IS BACK! We’ve been waiting eight whole months to find out if Juliet is alive, if Ben really killed Jacob, and if detonating that nuclear bomb did anything to negate flight 815 crashing on the island in the first place. Check out the preview after the jump, as well as a few other shows you’ll want to catch this week. Keep reading »
In case you haven’t heard, there are wedding bells ringing over at “The Bachelor” camp. Since actual nuptial news from the show only rolls around once every … OK, only once ever, listen up: Jason and Molly are gonna tie the knot on March 8. And in true “Bachelor” fashion, they’re sharing their intimate ceremony with the whole nation. In 13 seasons of “The Bachelor” and five of “The Bachelorette,” they are only the second couple to make it down the aisle. And, uh, these two could only be described as dysfunctional—remember when Jason ditched his first-choice fiancée for Molly?—so who knows if they’ll actually say “I do.” That’s not such a hot track record for a show dedicated to finding the one.
I’ve never gotten into “The Bachelor.” But interestingly, there exists another reality show that I do watch regularly which has nothing to do with dating yet has a much better couple success ratio. This wondrous show is known as “The Biggest Loser.” Keep reading »
Could this be? The “Jersey Shore” guidos headed to “Gossip Girl” country? Snooki, The Situation and the rest of the fist-pumpers have renewed for a second season, but sources say MTV is scouting locations beyond Seaside Heights, New Jersey. The hoity-toity Hamptons — where celebs like P. Diddy and Christie Brinkley have homes — is one place that scouts are checking out, along with Delaware. If there really is a Situation on the East End of Long Island, your camera crews won’t get the up-turned noses that make good reality TV. Fancy pants Blair Waldorf-types have plenty of money to keep the riffraff out — and they’re less likely to start throwing punches! [New York Post] Keep reading »
You know how everyone has been going period-joke crazy since the announcement of the iPad, Apple’s new gadget? Well MadTV, that now-defunct “Saturday Night Live”-esque sketch comedy show, essentially predicted it in a skit a few years ago. Their “iPad” is a menstruation aid that links up to your computer, which frankly sounds more interesting and useful than this thing Apple has invented. Keep reading »
Jon Hamm hosted “Saturday Night Live” this weekend — for no real reason other than his undeniable hotness, seeing as he doesn’t have a movie to promote and “Mad Men” is on hiatus — and the results were delightfully … weird. In the digital short, above, Hamm plays a sexy saxophonist named Sergio who emerges during the most inopportune moments after a curse is placed on Andy Samberg’s character. For the record, Jon Hamm Covered In Birth Goop is still as sexy as Jon Hamm NOT Covered In Birth Goop. Keep reading »
Just when I thought the week couldn’t get any worse, ABC decided to cancel “Ugly Betty.” I had a bad feeling that might happen when the show was suddenly on at 10 p.m. on Friday nights, when no one cool (besides me) is home to watch it. The show will end in April due to the ailing ratings in the past two seasons. I bet the reason they lost viewers was that “Betty” moved times and days so much; I actually didn’t know it was still on during most of season three. Steve McPherson, the prez of ABC, and executive producer Silvio Horta issued the statement: “We are announcing now as we want to allow the show ample time to write a satisfying conclusion.” [CBC News]
The only satisfying conclusion for me would be if they said, “JK! We love ‘Betty!’” They have moved the show to Wednesdays at 10 p.m. (EST), which is going to confuse even more viewers. But since there’s nothing that can be done at this point, let’s celebrate what it was with the top ten things we loved about “Ugly Betty.” Keep reading »