One celebrity who goes above and beyond for Halloween is Heidi Klum. The German supermodel is unofficially the queen of ghoulish holiday due to her annual Halloween party and her uncanny ability to outdo herself with her costumes. Each year, she’s able to concoct of innovate and stunningly jaw-dropping costumes. The transformations she pulls off are truly remarkable. See how her 2013 choice compares to her previous ones. Check out a visual anthology of her Halloween get-ups below. Be sure to cast your vote for your favorite.
On tonight’s episode of Project Runway, Jesse Tyler Ferguson not only acts as guest judge but also is an integral part of the challenge. The Modern Family actor is on hand to pimp out bowties from his Tie The Knot collection. Shilling his product isn’t completely self-serving. Proceeds from the sale of the neckwear benefit marriage equality. Side note: the episode was filmed before Ferguson married his partner Justin Mikita.
During the runway critique, one particular contestant gets emotional. Not because the judges are ripping apart his design. On the contrary they love it. I do as well. Rather, it’s due to the challenge’s theme. Out of nowhere, Brandon McDonald decides to propose to his boyfriend of 18 years Josh.
Watching judges Nina Garcia, Zac Posen and Ferguson clutching their imaginary pearls is priceless. Total saps ;) Heidi Klum also gets swept up in the touching moment and offers to become a bridesmaid for the newly-engaged couple. Check out the clip below.
A couple of weeks ago, NBC officially named Melanie Brown aka Scary Spice as Sharon Osbourne’s replacement on America’s Got Talent. Almost immediately, rumors surfaced that Mel B. wasn’t the only new face to join show’s eighth season. Like many of the international editions of the Got Talent franchise, the US version was contemplating a four person judging panel. Based on a photo obtained by TMZ, it’s actually happening.
Taping for the first set of auditions begins in New Orleans tomorrow. If you watch the show, you know that huge ‘X’s appear above the stage representing each judge. Sandwiched in between Mel B and Howard Stern’s names is this celebrity. Have any guesses? Here’s a hint. This person hosts their own reality competition series on a different network. Could it be Jeff Probst? After all, his daytime talk show was recently canceled. Or has Ryan Seacrest decided to finally give critiques instead of relaying them? Find out who below.
The backstabbing and drama will reach new levels when Project Runway returns for its eleventh season. For the first time in the show’s history, the contestants will be competiting as teams instead of individuals for every challenge. Personally, I think this twist sucks. If you watched Bravo’s lame attempt to duplicate the designing show, you know that The Fashion Show sucked big time. That’s even with the wonderfully snippy Iman as host and head judge.
With that being said, I’m still going to watch it to see Zac Posen’s debut as Michael Kors’ replacement. Based on the newly-released promo, I’m not too optimistic about his addition. I adore Posen but there’s only one short snippet of him in the promo. If his critiques were as hilariously cutting as Kors, I’m sure the network would’ve included a short montage of his best one-liners. Check out the new promo below.
Say it isn’t so. Michael Kors is my FAVORITE judge on Project Runway. He simply cannot leave. Who else is going to give such memorable one-liners as “Her drag name would be Origami Rose” or “She looks like a pole dancer in Dubai.”? No matter how much I’m in denial, Kors’ departure is a done deal. The designer won’t be a part of Season 11 of Project Runway.
If you think there’s drama behind this, you’ll be disappointed. Reportedly, it was his busy schedule that kept him from signing on as a full-time judge for the next season. Lifetime revealed in a statement that Michael will return to help judge the finale. At least, we’ll have that.
As if Kors leaving wasn’t bad enough, there is another change coming that I’m not excited about in the least. For the first time on Project Runway, the designers will compete as teams and not as individuals. Boo, this is starting to sound like Bravo’s The Fashion Show. Remember their lame attempt to replace Project Runway when Harvey Weinstein moved his show to Lifetime? UGH. Find out who Kors’ replacement is below.
As mentioned before, fashion is highly subjective. One man’s Prada loafers are another man’s workout gear. Let me just preface this post, once again, by saying I’m no fashion expert, but I like to think I have decent taste. Like they say, just like a**holes, everyone’s got an opinion and here are mine.
Overall, I have to say I enjoyed most of the gowns that made their way down the red carpet at the 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Some ladies really stepped it up, while some stayed in their fashion wheelhouse. Hey, if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. On my list are a few usual suspects with a couple of surprises. If you’ve read my fashion roundups before, you probably have a good idea who made it.
Check out my Top 10 choices for Best Dressed below. Be sure to leave your comments afterwards. Agree or disagree, I love hearing feedback.
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According to TMZ, celebrity power couple Heidi Klum and Seal are getting a divorce. Sources told TMZ that Heidi Klum (38) could head to the L.A. County Superior Courthouse as early as next week to file “irreconcilable differences” and auf wiedersehen (kidding – I couldn’t resist) as the reason for the split.
I hope it turns out not to be true or that they manage to work things out because they are so cute together. They married in Whistler, B.C. in 2005 and have have three biological kids and Seal (48) also adopted Heidi’s eldest girl from a prior relationship. Every year, they renew their wedding vows on their anniversary, which is May 10.
Don’t you love when celebrities play on your favorite game shows? I personally love Celebrity Week on Jeopardy and even enjoy when NFL football players play with with their fans on Wheel of Fortune. For those of you who can’t get enough celebrity, I’m sure that Hollywood Squares not being on air is killing you inside. Now, one of the longest-running game shows is having it’s first ever celebrity week.
After 40 seasons, The Price Is Right is celebrating with its own version of celebrity week. Executive producer for the show, Mike Richards, talked a little bit about the upcoming episodes.
“It was a lot of fun to watch these celebs play our iconic games. Each one had their own unique strategy to win. Let’s just say Snoop knows more about the price of grocery items than you might think!”
One celebrity will appear on the show per day for a one week run starting January 2 and ending January 6 on CBS and other syndicated stations. The stars are playing for their favorite or personal charities. A fun twist is that the contestants competing against them will have a chance to win a personal prize corresponding to the star they are playing with. Fun right? Check out the celebrity line up below.