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She By Sheree Is Just As Crappy As We Thought It’d Be


Amelia was right to dub She by Sheree “S**t by Sheree” last year because the line, which debuted this past weekend during New York Fashion Week, really is crappy. Notice how the “audience” keeps walking by the bored models wearing the ho-hum beige pants and lace dresses that appear to have rumpled seams. None of Sheree Whitfield‘s fellow “Real Housewives of Atlanta” cast members were in attendance because “It’s just a working relationship,” Sheree explained to E!. “We all have our different things that we’re doing. We’re not friends, but we are cordial,” she added. But there were at least two heavy hitters: Michael Patrick King, director of ““Sex and the City,” and Adam Glassman, creative director of O, the Oprah Magazine. I suspect they only went for the laughs and to meet NeNe Leakes, who wasn’t there anyway. If you’d like to torture yourself by looking at more of this line, then click here for more photos, including one with Sheena who competed on “America’s Next Top Model.” [E! Online] Keep reading »

Tom Ford’s New Film Not About Fashion, But Still Full Of Style


You may or may not remember that American designer Tom Ford took some time away from his busy fashion and beauty career to make a film. And while some people were critical of this move, having met and chatted the night away with Ford a couple of years ago, I was struck by how incredibly intelligent, creative, passionate and just downright cool he was. Basically, I’ve totally had his back on this the whole time. (Like he cares, but anyway.) So that very film premiered this weekend in Venice and the reviews are stellar! Julianne Moore is fantastic (no surprise there) and there are already Best Actor rumors swirling around male star, Colin Firth. Also to be expected, Ford brings style to the table with a moody palette, gorgeous costumes and a beautiful soundtrack. Can’t wait to see the whole thing! Keep reading »

Bill Maher Can’t Handle His (Tila) Tequila


Revelation! Bill Maher is a d-bag. About 20 seconds into this clip of his “New Rule” routine, he says:
“New rule: stop acting surprised someone choked Tila Tequila! The surprise is that someone hasn’t choked this bitch sooner.

Oh no, he did not go there. Keep reading »

Quick Vid: Redheads Get The Party Started


Three thousand natural redheads recently made a pilgrimage to the Dutch city of Breda to celebrate ginger-colored hair. Not one onlooker yelled “firecrotch” for fear of a massive beatdown. Meanwhile, due to her recent blond shenanigans, Lindsay Lohan was not invited. [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

“New Moon” Trailer Eclipses Our Expectations


Some people tuned in to the MTV Video Music Awards for the Michael Jackson tribute, to see Janet Jackson belt out “Scream.” Others tuned in for Beyoncé‘s “Single Ladies” dance number or to see Lady Gaga‘s insane wardrobe choices. But let’s face it: a high proportion of last night’s viewership tuned in to see MTV’s exclusive trailer for “New Moon,” which premiered halfway through the show. I’ve never been a “Twilight“-head, but now even I am seriously looking forward to November 20th. Keep reading »

Lady Gaga’s Period Piece At The MTV Video Music Awards

The highlight performance from last night’s MTV Video Music Awards — for me anyway — was the divine Lady Gaga‘s “Phantom of the Opera”-esque rendition of “Paparazzi.” In the music video for the song, she gets shot up by the paps, but in her live performance, she looked like she had a massive brawl with Aunt Flo. First Tyra, now Lady Gaga. Is flaunting your period the next big thing? Keep reading »

Kanye West Rains On Taylor Swift’s MTV Video Music Awards Parade


The MTV Video Music Awards were on for less than 30 minutes when … CONTROVERSY. The first category of the night was “Best Female Video,” and Taylor Swift won for “You Belong With Me” over Beyonce‘s “Single Ladies” and Lady Gaga‘s “Poker Face.” Taylor started giving her “I’m just a country singer” acceptance speech, when Kanye West entered from stage left. He grabbed the mic out of Taylor’s hands and said, “I congratulate you Taylor, but I gotta say … Beyonce had one of the best videos of all time.” Keep reading »

I Like A Guy At Work. Should I Date Him?

Dating in the workplace can be tricky … Keep reading »

Serena Williams Out At The U.S. Open After Allegedly Threatening Line Judge?


Now, I don’t really watch tennis, though I did go to the U.S. Open once and it was funzies. But tonight I’m at home because it’s nasty outside and that’s how cool I am, so I’m watching a little bit because I think Serena Williams is rad. So all of the sudden, like, something happens and the referee on the side — a line judge I have read — makes a call saying Serena did something bad. In technical sports terms, the Los Angeles Times says Serena was called for a foot fault, whatever that means. But then the sports announcers were like, “Nuh uh, she didn’t do that.” Serena didn’t seem to believe it either because she started yelling at the line judge. Then the line judge was like, “Bitch, no you didn’t” and went to the main judge sitting in the big tall chair, and she told him what was going on and then Serena was like, “What? I didn’t say I would kill you!” Then the big judge docked Serena some more points and, lo and behold, Williams lost then and there to her opponent, Kim Clijsters. You can watch the whole thing above. I promise to put up a better quality video as soon as possible. Drama on the courts! [LA Times] Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “9,” “Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself,” “Whiteout,” “Sorority Row”

I almost feel guilty telling you to go to the movies this weekend, because at least half of this week’s releases never had a chance. But on the brighter side, “9″ looks kind of amazing; “Tyler Perry’s I Can Do Bad All By Myself” doesn’t star Madea; “Whiteout” might help you survive an arctic murder mystery of your own one day; and characters you probably wouldn’t like anyway die in “Sorority Row.” Yay! Keep reading »

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