Kelly Cutrone, fashion's most important thought leader, has taken a break from mentoring Whitney Port or whatever to continue her one-sided war against Kanye West.
As 2010 comes to a close, we take a look back at the genre that dominated our television sets: Reality TV. Whether they're Housewives, Judge Judy litigants, pageant kids or Kardashians, we've laughed at them all. Here are our favorites.
Last night's season finale ended in tears—of joy! Kelly's staff threw her a surprise birthday party, a gesture that made her emotional, after which she joked, "I think I'm gonna have to go outside, 'cause that's my rule."
On last night's episode, Stephanie (the one that's still employed) had a meltdown after she was admonished for not getting her work done fast enough. Heeding Kelly's advice about crying, she began to go outside, but was asked not to.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, we celebrate Real Housewives week on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, Snoop Dogg returns to One Life to Live, and vaginas make an appearance on Rachael Ray.
On last night's episode, People's Revolution fired an assistant for drinking on the job, Stephanie V. got the ax soon after, and then their replacement was canned hours after being hired, for Tweeting about being in the office.
Last night's episode focused on the egregious incompetence of People's Revolution employee Stephanie V. Mundane office tasks aside, Stephanie's biggest error might actually be her emotional meltdown, conflicting with Kelly's mantra: "If you have to cry, go outside."
Words can barely describe the awesomeness of last night's premiere of Kelly Cutrone's reality show, which follows the operations of her PR company People's Revolution. Her bon mots, her muumuus, her employees' confessions and insecurities…it's all perfection.
- Aussie model and former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins posed naked for the cover of Marie Claire's Australian edition. This may surprise you, but her photo wasn't Photoshopped. The issue, which goes on sale today, benefits an eating disorder foundation. [TheAge]
- Whitney Port isn't in Kell On Earth. And on Lauren Conrad: "We still keep in touch on a friendship level. But in terms of fashion we don't really talk about it anymore because we're not in the same arena." [PopEater]