In today’s Tweet Beat, Sohpia Bush doesn’t like mean girls but is fine with “females,” Kim Kardashian lives a rough life and Estelle is a better cook than I.
Last night in New York, Tyra Banks presented the Flawsome Ball, a gala benefiting the Tyra Banks TZONE at the Lower Eastside Girls Club. According to the official site, it's a "leadership development center" offering development workshops, mentoring and community-wide events, so that preteens and teens can build…
The launch Of "2BHAPPY" Jewelry Collection brought out both amazing looks — Beyonce, Blake, Estelle — and a red carpet that was good, bad and stupendously ugly.
You expect sex on legs at VS, even after the show's over. And it's not even shocking to see The Situation or Paris Hilton in the melee. But Carine Roitfeld? Yeah, this was a weird event.
Glamour's 20th annual Women of the Year awards at Carnegie Hall brought together world leaders and royalty with the Hollywood varietal. And the clothes? From regal to royal mess!
- Sometimes you hear news and you don't know whether to laugh or cry. For instance: Glee's fantastic Lea Michele will play Dorothy in the upcoming musical film Dorothy Of Oz, which will, of course, be in 3D.
- Apparently Naomi Campbell — who just weeks ago was boasting of having mastered her volatile temper — assaulted her chauffeur because he is also chauffeurs her boyfriend, Vladimir Doronin, and he refused to tell her if Doronin was cheating. [NYPost]
A garment by Alexander McQueen is not necessarily a "safe" pick for a celebrity.
- Kim Kardashian isn't just coming to the tents to show her Bebe line — she'll join Felicity Huffman and Estelle, among other celebrities, in a fashion show to raise awareness of heart disease. [WWD]
Rihanna. Serena. Maria. Stella. Iman. Padma. Emme. Estelle. Gabby Sidibe. These were just a few of the boldfaces who bib-and-tuckered it at Carnegie Hall last night to honor Glamour's Women of the Year. And, yes, dude looked like a lady.
The Gucci party for Mary J. Blige's women's foundation, Ffawn, at Gucci's Fifth Avenue store, was mostly elegant: Serena Williams, Alicia Keys, Devon Aoki, Estelle and LeBron James all looked sweet and sharp. And then there was that tunic...