Solange Knowles got hitched this past weekend, and the entire Knowles clan looked, well, flawless. Big sister Beyonce, brother-in-law Jay Z, and mama Tina Knowles were all decked out in white, while Solange showed her unique style with new hubby Alan Ferguson.
The hunks of Dawson’s Creek make our teenage selves rejoice, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt make their red carpet debut as Mr. and Mrs. Pitt, Cara Delevingne will not be wearing her angel wings at the VS Fashion Show this year, and more First Dibs.
What is camel toe, you ask? It’s “punani” gone awry, “yum yum” that just won’t cooperate, “coochie” in a state of defiance. Most embarrassingly, camel toe is visible for the whole world to see — usually due to overly tight jeans (Khloe Kardashian), hot pants (Nicki Minaj) or bad performance attire (Miley Cyrus, cover thyself!). Why do people care about camel toe? Because some have a juvenile interest in glimpsing O.P.P. (Other Peoples’ Property). Here at Scandalist, we believe it has something to do with being repressed in childhood. We’ve compiled photos of the most ridiculous celebrity camel toe moments ever. Warning: even males aren’t safe from the camel toe.
Relive Miley Cyrus‘ camel toe heavy performance at the 2013 MTV VMAs.
Lifetime aired its controversial biopic on late R&B icon Aaliyah tonight, and true to the network’s recent trend with celebrity and pop culture tell-alls — need we bring up the cringe-worthy Brittany Murphy and Saved By the Bell films? — it was pretty bad. While there are some positives to Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B (it paints the “Try Again” singer as passionate and determined, and lead actress Alexandra Shipp both looks and feels like Aaliyah), most of it is quite insulting.
Most trends blaze hot for a brief moment in time, only to quickly disappear into the ether (languishing forever in yearbooks and mortifying music videos). The shelf life for most fashion fads is usually a decade, at most. Not so with platform shoes, a style that reigned from Carmen Miranda and Rita Hayworth‘s 1940s heyday until the Spice Girls and Deee-lite-drenched ’90s. Read more…
Diem Brown sadly lost her long battle with cancer, Benedict Cumberbatch does 11 spot-on celebrity impersonations in one minute, Alyssa Milano chimes in about Kim Kardashian‘s nude photos, and more in Last Lap.
Brooke Guinan is the New York Fire Department’s first and only transgender firefighter and has been gaining lots of attention after she released a poster for the Vocal Organization for International Courage and Equality’s “So Gay So What” campaign. The poster features Brooke proudly, standing with a shirt that says “So trans, so what?” in a cry for an end to transgender discrimination.
Brugal rum’s smooth and sweet Harvest Cocktail will get you feeling toasty during the November chill.
So, you throw a party. The party is super neat, everyone is having fun, things are going fine. Then, it gets late, people start filtering out. There are some belligerent stragglers who used to be fun but got way annoying, and finally they leave, too. You really want to go to bed, but there’s one person still there. Just… there. Just hanging out. And then they never leave, so they just live in your house now and you have to deal with it forever, living out your days with this person who just never left the party.
That’s basically Kim Kardashian.
Steve Carell takes a dark turn in Foxcatcher, the gritty true story of the murder of Olympic wrestling champion Dave Schultz. Working alongside Mark Ruffalo and Channing Tatum, prosthetics and makeup helped the actors become their real life characters. Historically, those who transform themselves tend to receive lots of love come award season. So how well does Carell know other famous (fake) noses in film?