DRAMA ON THE CATWALK ALERT.
Noted novelist and high fashion model Kendall Jenner (oops I mean just "Kendall" now) did not have a very good time at New York's Fashion Week, you guys. According to an "insider" (who is most definitely not some bored intern or P.A.) apparently some very 'cruel' models were extra super mean to poor, downtrodden and outcast Kendall, the Ma Joad of fashion modelling. Via Radar Online:
According to In Touch, the 18-year-old was bullied by fellow catwalk queens during New York Fashion Week earlier this month. "The other models worked so hard to get a spot on the runway and didn't think it was fair that she was there," an insider explained to the magazine, referring to the widely-held belief that Jenner's name and brother-in-law Kanye West's connections snagged her high-profile gigs. "They thought she was getting special treatment and just weren't okay with it."
Rather than shrug off the injustice, the models decided to "mess" with the teen, who walked for the Marc Jacobs, Diane Von Furstenberg and Tommy Hilfiger shows.
"They started acting so bitchy— some even put out their cigarettes in Kendall's drink!" the insider reveals. "Models can be cruel, especially with someone new and entitled."
She also reportedly "banned" her sister Kim Kardashian from attending her shows, so she can be treated seriously. That's not true however. I learned via our exclusive network of highly connected tipsters that the real reason she banned Kim from her shows is because one time she ate the last pastrami mini bread sandwich on a deli platter backstage. That's just not cool, OK? Pastrami is for the talent, Kim. Take turkey next time.
Robert DeNiro is paying $125,000 a month in rent for an apartment in New York City. Commenting on this news Jimmy McMillan, The Rent Is Too Damn High guy, said "OK. Fuck it. I just give up." [Vanity Fair]
You have a new reason to obsess irrationally over Matt Smith because he is joining the cast of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Smith will play Mr. Collins. [Hollywood Reporter]
Jennifer Lawrence wore a shirt with words, which the media is reporting as "her first public comments" on the theft of her nude photos. She was spotted leaving rumored boyfriend Chris Martin's house wearing a shirt with a Roald Dahl quote that read "If you have good thoughts, they will shine out of your face like sunbeams and you will always look lovely." I wore a shirt yesterday that said "Will Dance for Loki." No one reported on that. What gives? [Just Jared]
Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you the $2 million shoes of Nick Cannon. ::runs off to cry in a closet filled with shoes from Payless:: [E! Online]
French actor Gerard Depardieu drinks 14 bottles of wine and is "never drunk." This is how he described his daily drinking: "It starts at home with Champagne or red wine, before 10 a.m. Then again Champagne. Then pastis, maybe half a bottle. Then food, accompanied by two bottles of wine. In the afternoon, Champagne, beer, and more pastis at around 5 p.m., to finish off the bottle. Later on vodka and/or whisky." It's like Axl Rose from 1987 is living in his liver. [Daily Mirror/So Film]
Shia LaBeouf is definitely not Albert Einstein. [TMZ]
Some sad news to share. Hollywood writer David G.B. Brown, who wrote for such shows as Scarecrow and Mrs. King and Hunter died on Sept. 6 at the age of 67. [Variety]
In honor of the late Brown, I offer this opening from Hunter, aka one of the greatest television shows ever in history.
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