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In today's Tweet Beat, Madonna and Mike Tyson look like they're having an excellent time, Tyra Banks perfectly describes my approach to cooking and impossible as it may be, I'm very interested in a Thandie Newton and Zachary Quinto pairing.
Actress Thandie Newton — along with makeup artist Kay Montano — is launching a new beauty blog on September 16. The ladies hope to be offering a new, different and more inclusive take on the subject.
It was rainy last night in London, and some of the stars on the red carpet at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards got drizzled on. But raindrops cannot stop the sheer fabulousness of Dame Helen Mirren.
IMHO, Naomi Watts has always been the more endearing half of the blonde, icy "Aussie Posse" best-friend duo that includes herself and Nicole Kidman. Watts, who got a Lead Actress Academy Award nod for her role in The Impossible, is filming a 60 Minutes CBS segment as part of their pre-Oscars nominee special. But when…
Last night in London, famous athletes (and a few actors and models) attended the Laureus World Sports Awards and for some reason, nearly everyone wore black, making it one of the more depressing red carpets we've seen in a while.
Directors having relationships with actresses they've hired is nothing new. But Thandie Newton has revealed that when she she auditioned and landed a part in the film Flirting, she began a six-year affair with the director, John Duigan. She was 16. He was 39.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that British red carpets are the best red carpets. And for sheer verve, style, eccentricity and bold failures, it was hard to beat last night's Elle style awards.
Well, my favorites, anyway. And 11? Because ten just wasn't enough!
The British Fashion Awards were such an amazing mix of weird and chic and high fashion and train-wreck and Daphne Guinness that you're just going to have to see them for yourselves!
The opening of the new Louis Vuitton Bond Street Maison was a big deal. Big enough to attract most of London's leading fashionistas, some huge stars and, natch, gorgeous threads.
Last night was fashion's biggest night of the year and everyone - and we do mean everyone - was there. Screw the Oscars! For fashionistas, the Metropolitan Museum's "American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity" was the real proving ground:
A garment by Alexander McQueen is not necessarily a "safe" pick for a celebrity.