GQ kicks off 2014 with Bradley Cooper on their cover. I can’t think of a better way to ring in the new year. While I prefer my Bradley with longer locks, I’d take one with a close buzz cut or even with a 70s perms looks anytime. I’m not that picky when it comes to Cooper.
The publication enlisted photographer Peggy Sirota to hustle herself down to Hawaii to snap the American Hustle star. Tough gig. Where do I sign up? The 38-year-old actor channels old school Steve McQueen cool wearing sharp threads while talking candidly with GQ. He talks about his past drug abuse, how it affected his work and how he so desperately wanted to be written off Alias. Was Jennifer Garner that bad? Nope, that’s not the reason. Find out why below, along with more quotes and photos from his slick editorial.
This shoot must’ve felt really weird for Rihanna. She’s typically not wearing this much clothing. Am I right or am I right?
“In front of the camera, she makes you feel like she is the only girl in the world,” said Balmain’s creative director Olivier Rousteing in WWD. “When the woman that inspires you wears your creations, your vision feels complete.”
The “Diamonds” singer makes her debut as Balmain’s latest celebrity ambassador in the first batch of photos for their Spring 2014 ad campaign. RiRi channels 90s realness with her curly bob while wearing a leather jumpsuit, super sexy houndstooth suit, gold chain link top and pink kimono-like robe. Frequent Lady Gaga photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin snapped the visuals.
I have to say, I’m liking this curly coif and subtle natural-looking makeup on Rihanna. Haute couture really suits her. Let’s face it, love Rihanna, but she can sometimes look a little trashy. Check out more images below.
On March 11, 2014, Jay Leno and Julia Louis-Dreyfus are among six of the people being inducted into the 23rd TV Hall of Fame. Television Academy Chairman and CEO Bruce Rosenblum announced next year’s crop of honorees on Tuesday.
The four-time Emmy Award-winning actress and soon-to-depart late night legend will join more than 130 previously inducted alums. The Television Academy’s Hall of Fame Selection Committee held its first ceremony back in 1984, when Lucille Ball, Edward R. Murrow and Milton Berle were among the first honorees.
“The six individuals being inducted into the Hall of Fame have all made a profound impact on the landscape of television, leaving their own mark within our industry and with audiences around the world,” says CEO Bruce Rosenblum. “Their groundbreaking contributions will last for generations, making them true icons who could not be more deserving of the Television Academy’s highest honor.”
The time has finally arrived. It’s time to crown the Season 5 winner of The Voice? While the main purpose of tonight’s show is to reveal the results, there were plenty other highlights. I’m not even going to sugarcoat it. Lady Gaga’s surprise duet with Christina Aguilera on “Do What You Want” was epic. R. Kelly who? They harmonized beautifully, drank champagne and were overall FIERCE. These two need to head to the recording studio immediately. Check out that performance below, along with the others and the results.
Absolutely brilliant. WestJet’s “Christmas Miracle” clip which debuted December 8th has amassed over 29 million views to date and counting. If you haven’t seen it yet, you simply must. For those who have, why not watch it again.
As passengers waited for a flight at Toronto Pearson International Airport and John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport, they were asked what their Christmas wish was from Santa Claus himself. During their flights, about 150 WestJet employees headed to Best Buy and other stores to purchase gifts and then wrap them up before the flights landed. While passengers waited for their luggage at baggage claim, wrapped gifts came down the carousel instead. Watching some of their reactions are truly priceless. They’re almost as funny as Oprah’s studio audience during her favorite things specials.
WestJet Vice President of Communications Richard Bartrem told Forbes that making this video was relatively cheap. “For a traditional commercial, you could spend well into the mid-six figures for the production alone,” he says, adding that this clip, brilliantly conceived by studio m, was “a mere fraction” of that. Lesson here is, if you ever see a giant box, always go up to it. You never know. Oh and I guess, the message of giving is also the takeaway ;)
You gotta hand it to Manila Luzon, she is hustlin harder than any other bitch in the game. Today she gave us a delicious holiday treat, her new music ft. our current reigning Next Drag Superstar Jinkx Monsoon.
If you’ve heard the song (available on iTunes) it’s all about self empowerment and living ever day to it’s fullest. It’s also very special because it features the story of a young Sahara Davenport and we even get a cameo from our dearly departed queen.
I want to talk about the outfits in this video. In true Manila form we have got some GREAT looks, but my personal fave is the Spongebob dress and Jinkx and the starfish with the dreads. That’s a REALLY good look for Jinkx, she should totally wear that when she comes to Vancouver for Battle of the Seasons (Tickets online HERE!)
Nothing says true love like getting thrown off a mechanical bull with your loved one ;) For their sake, I hope John Mayer and Katy Perry stay together forever. It’d be painful for the dumpee to stumble upon their “Who You Love” visual during a moment of weakness. That’s the sucky thing about appearing on-screen with your real-life lover. When things go bad, accidentally looking back at happier times could open a floodgate of tears. I know I would.
Mayer and Perry dropped by ABC’s Good Morning America to premiere the visual for “Who You Love.” Just like the track itself, the video is simplistic but beautiful and heartfelt. Directed by Sophie Muller (Rihanna “Stay”), it shows couples including John and Katy riding a mechanical bull in slow-motion. For me, the most beautiful moments are when Mayer and Perry look into each other eyes and sing. Either they’re really in love or fantastic actors. I’m thinking the former. Kate Winslet and Daniel Day Lewis they are not. Check out the video below.
Todrick Hall first teased his “Grown Woman” parody back in April. However, with no official video, he held back from releasing it… until now. With Beyonce’s surprise visual album including a clip for the wicked track, Hall has finally unveiled another masterpiece. Not surprisingly, it features Disney princesses. I’m so curious to find if Todrick’s bedroom is riddled with dolls from animated classics? Anyone care to wager?
The new video features Paige Thomas, Brinn Nicole, Jamie Overla, Krystal Ellsworth and Jenni Thomasson tackling iconic Disney princesses Tiana, Belle, Cinderella, Snow White, and Ariel. They channel dance moves that the 32-year-old entertainer performed in her Pepsi commercial which debuted earlier this year. Just like his last clip, he’s releasing this one exclusively to Marlon Wayan’s What The Funny video site. Check out the video below which features a rap interlude by Todrick himself.