You’re not the only one who’s over hearing what designer women are wearing on the red carpet. The AskHerMore campaign was started last year by the Representation Project, and is making a comeback tonight at the Oscars thanks to stars like Reese Witherspoon.
The 2015 “Razzie” Awards have been announced, and for any actor nominated it’s the scariest day of the year. It’s the only award you don’t want to win and for Cameron Diaz and Kirk Cameron the nightmare has come true.
If you have ever spent a summer in New York City, than you know one of the best places for amazing food, dope music and a-list celebs is at celebrity chef, Chef Roblé‘s Everyday People brunch. When he is not being the life of a turnt event, Roblé is busy in the kitchen cooking for the elite, including Leonardo DiCaprio, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, and even President Barak Obama. Read more…
Earlier today Khloe Kardashian skidded on ice-covered Montana roads into oncoming traffic with Kim, North, and Kylie all in the car.
It isn’t a fashion week without the Kardashian’s making headlines. Kylie Jenner made a secret appearance in Kanye West’s adidas show, as North West adorably stole the show. Kim Kardashian was one the worst dressed celebs, and Kendall Jenner furthered her rapid success as fashion’s it-runway model.
Celebrities: they’re just like us. Right? Well, that’s what many want you believe when they tell you about their #makeupfree photos. From magazine cover shoots to Instagram selfies, it’s become trendy for stars to claim they’re posing au naturel when there’s actually more to the story. (Um, like concealer. And mascara. And blush.)
Netflix confirms Jason Biggs‘ temporary departure from Orange Is the New Black, Prince Harry and Emma Watson have reportedly been secretly dating, an American Horror Story: Freak Show actor is in critical condition, and more celebrity news.
If you asked director Damien Chazelle at Sundance 2014 if he could imagine himself getting fitted for a suit for the Oscars this weekend, he’d probably laugh it off. The Rhode Island native, who graduated with a degree from Harvard’s Visual and Environmental studies program in 2007, moved to L.A. a few years ago, taking every writer-for-hire gig he could find. It wasn’t until he linked up with Jason Reitman and J.K. Simmons to make the little indie film that could, Whiplash (available on Blu-ray Feb. 24), that success began to barrel his way.