Last week on VH1, we covered the biggest celebrity breakups of 2014, the absolute scariest celebrities, fabulous NFL wife Jessie James Decker and more.
Jessie James Decker is pint-sized and fabulous. We fell in love with the Southern belle on the E! series, Eric & Jessie: Game On, and have seen how the unapologetic country singer has come to have it all: a gorgeous NFL husband (New York Jets wide receiver Eric Decker), a beautiful baby daughter, a successful music career, and burgeoning beauty and clothing lines. But it wasn’t always easy. VH1 recently sat down with the New York transplant — who still likes going to Cracker Barrel — and learned the story of a simple country gal who rose to fame.
We appreciate Tom Hardyas an actor. No really, it’s about his craft. We’re so excited to see his new movie, The Drop, a crime thriller co-starring James Gandolfini in his final role (his reviews have been ecstatic). Hardy’s range is crazy — he nails every role, whether he’s playing Queen Elizabeth’s dandy lover in BBC’s The Virgin Queen or the evil super-villain Bane in The Dark Knight Rises. We appreciate his talent and all, but honestly? He’s just hot.
Idris Elba is one of the world’s hottest men. As we head to theaters to see his new movie, No Good Deed, we’re looking back on the sexiest parts he’s ever played.
Style-wise, this week did the most. Between New York Fashion Week, the Toronto Film Festival, and, like, forty-nine movie premieres — plus Nicole Richie, just being Nicole Richie, running errands with relentlessly effortless chicness — the stars had every reason to pull out their most glam ensembles. Read more…
James Gandolfini‘s final film opens this weekend. Written by Dennis Lehane, The Drop, is a crime drama starring Tom Hardy and multiple pitbulls, and has been getting strong reviews after premiering at the Toronto Film Festival. After the actor’s sudden death in 2013 we’ve spent the past year celebrating the abundance of memorable film and television roles he left us with — many of which you can watch by simply logging into your Netflix account. Read more…
Katie Nolan is the digital correspondent on Fox Sport’s Crowd Goes Wild and she is our Yas, Girl of the week. This week Katie posted a Youtube video telling sports fans to not boycott the NFL after the incredibly poor handling of Ray Rice‘s assault scandal. Her message, instead, was that women need to fight back and get a seat at the big boy’s table in sports in order to get the respect of the NFL.
Widow Jane has a perfect cocktail to pair with your weekend cigar, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper‘s Serena finally gets a trailer, Kendall Jenner may be joining Victoria’s Secret, and more in today’s Last Lap.
Hillary Taymour, the rising star behind Collina Strada, wants to make clothes that everyone can wear. After launching as a leather handbags line in 2008, the FIDM grad hit this year’s New York Fashion Week Spring 2015 with Collina Strada’s first full ready-to-wear show, and is being called “the next big thing.”
When it comes to Project Runway, there’s so much fans don’t get to see. During each season’s finale, three to four designers present collections to the judges, but what viewers don’t know is that there are additional decoy collections presented at New York Fashion Week. Over the course of 12 seasons, as the show has grown in popularity, more and more designers present collections on the runway to throw off fans and media trying to predict that season’s finalists. In the most recent seasons, at least nine or 10 designers have walked the runway. While most collections were not deserving of being in the finale, there were some standouts. We scoured the past 12 seasons of unseen clothes — season 13 presented nine collections but it’s unclear which will make it to the finale — to bring round up the best runways not seen on TV.