Just a quick update on 2017's most compelling drama involving four women, one big city and a whole lot of cosmopolitans: Cyntha Nixon and Sarah Jessica Parker are still friends. That’s all! Thats the news.
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The Great Wokening in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s election has begun in earnest: Kristin Davis is reportedly “filled with terror” for the life of her adopted black daughter.
TMZ is reporting that Bill Clinton took a photo with two sex workers from The Moonlite Bunny Ranch at an elite Unite4Humanity benefit in Los Angeles earlier this week. The photo, tweeted by Madison Graham, features a smiling Clinton in between sex workers Ava Adora and Barbie Girl. TMZ admits that Clinton probably had…
So James Franco deep-throats a pistol in
J.K. Rowling's newest novel, James Franco and The Cavernous Sexual Ambiguity the upcoming Harmony Korine film Spring Breakers. Details interviews Franco this month, and its reporter recalls another instance of a Franco onscreen blowjob in his NYU student film The Broken Tower.
Last night a twinkling constellation of stars attended amfAR's Inspiration Gala at Milk Studios in Hollywood, California. The red carpet was black instead of red; and the clothes were all over the place: Apparently sequins, glitter, tulle tutus, corsets and formal shorts are A-OK for a gala.
You know when you're with someone you're totally into but he can't stop talking about his ex and her family? And it's kind of like "shut up about Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries! You're with me now! Me!" but you don't want to be mean about it? Like, he still won't stop texting you all "Kim used to blah blah blah" and…
Dominique Strauss-Kahn has officially resigned as head of the International Monetary Fund. And now "Manhattan Madam" Kristin Davis says he was one of her clients — and a rough one at that.
What could bring together Christina Hendricks, Dita Von Teese, Kristin Davis and, um, Marilyn Manson? Why, Vivienne Westwood, of course! Specifically, the opening of her Los Angeles store. And naturally, the clothes were noteworthy.
The Genesis Awards "pays tribute to the major news and entertainment media for producing outstanding works that raise public awareness of animal issues." Which explains the adorable dog on the red carpet — as well as all the animal prints. Sorta.
You'd expect the 13th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards to give good clothes. And they didn't disappoint.
So what, exactly, was "Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood 2011's kick off with Chrysler Celebrating 'The Fighter' held at the District on Sunset"? Not positive. But it was star-studded — like, Mirren and Butler and Adams-studded — and the clothes? Aces.
3...2...1...Boobs! Well, in star-land, anyway. Plus some inarguable cuteness from Kirsten Dunst and a Labyrinth-inspired turn from Rashida Jones...
There were literally dozens of oddly digitally altered models and celebrities this year, with a swipe of the mouse resulting in wonky elbows, whittled waists, new hands and unnaturally lightened skin. Here we have the very worst.
Kristin Davis hinted that cast members are open to filming another installment of the series. At this point, though, isn't it kind of just a shitty version of The Golden Girls?