Chelsea Kane (30)
Jenna Marbles (32)
Heidi Montag (32)
Ben Schwartz (37)
Tammie Brown (38)
Dave Annable (39)
Sophie Dahl (41)
Tom Hardy (41)
Caterina Murino (41)
Jimmy Carr (46)
Queen Letizia of Spain (46)
Josh Charles (47)
Monique Lhuillier (48)
Dina Lohan (56)
Dan Marino (57)
Lisa Vanderpump (58)
Tommy Lee Jones (72)
Oliver Stone (72)
Carmen Maura (73)
Jessye Norman (74)
Wendi Jo Sperber (1958-2005)
Nipsey Russell (1918-2005)
Fay Wray (1907-2004)
Agatha Christie (1890-1976)
UPDATE: Or at least Hailey Baldwin claims they didn’t get married yet.
I understand where the speculation is coming from, but I’m not married yet!
— Hailey Baldwin (@haileybaldwin) September 14, 2018
Can someone please go check on Selena Gomez?! And not Taylor Swift – she’ll be too busy cartwheeling around the bedroom in glee to provide much therapy. It was only over our first cup of coffee this morning that Kristian spilled the tea that Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin had been spotted down at the NYC Marriage Bureau yesterday, and some figured they were getting a marriage license and hightailing it to Canada to get married. Well, it sounds like they went ahead and got married at the courthouse after being engaged for two months. And yes, if you’re like me you heard the sound of a shot gun before asking, “Wait, The Biebs can make jizz?”
If you’ve known Mariah Carey more for her gowns, reality show and HSN clothing line than her singing lately, you aren’t the only one, dahhhhhling. Alas, that sporadic Butterfly residency or whatever it’s called in Vegas can’t survive solely on “We Belong Together” and a video homage to Glitter (oh who are we kidding – yes, it can!), so she’s coming out with a new album this fall. The not-lead single appetizer of a song “GTFO” had me squealing, “GTFO, is that really her?!” earlier this week at the promo art. Mimi finally released the music video today…yep, it’s her.
The song may be a half-snooze/half-Ariana Grande warble, but Mariah makes up for the hiccups by dressing like she’s advertising a girlfriend experience to would-be johns in Don Draper’s mid-century modern lair. The hair is teased, the boobs are perky, and it’s a chiffon-and-feather moment, dahling. It’s basically just Mimi traipsing and rolling around solo in her house and singing into a glass of wine. If I wanted that, I’d just shut my eyes and think about what I did last night!
I guess my biggest gripe is the house. Do I believe that Mariah traipses around her own home looking like she spent her afternoon bopping between the MAC counter, Frederick’s of Hollywood, and a free Veuve Clicquot tasting at the neighborhood liquor store? Yes. Do I believe said home is this low-budget Graceland with a tiled tub? Hell, naw! That being said…do I think this song will be salvaged by any given gay DJ with a little dubstep and mashing up with the new Ariana album just to be a catty ho? OH, hell yes. See y’all at the clurb!
Although to be fair, it’s also probably the same word Tyler, the Creator might hiss at someone too.
Eminem recently sat down with Sway (via Vulture) to talk about his latest album, Kamikaze. In one track titled “Fall,” Eminem – a man with a permanent shit list folded up in his pocket – takes aim at Tyler, the Creator, and uses the f-word. Eminem is now sorry about it.
Does true glamour even exist anymore? I’m not so sure that it does. That’s why I’m side-eying the Designing Women reboot which has just found a home at ABC, the network that gave us decadent, high minded fare such as the Roseanne reboot and The Bachelor. According to TV Line, ABC has a script commitment in place and they’ve got some ideas about what Designing Women 2.0 might look like. According to TV Line:
Original series creator Linda Bloodworth Thomason and executive producer Harry Thomason are behind the new multi-cam series, which will “follow the next generation of Sugarbakers with a crop of new, young, female designers at an Atlanta interior design firm.”
Linda says she’s not usually a fan of reboots but in this case she’s willing to let her ideals slip, just this one time, something Julia Sugarbaker would NEVER do.
“I’m very excited to be working with ABC,” Bloodworth Thomason tells THR. “And Sony has always been a great partner for Designing Women. Normally, I’m not a fan of reboots, but Designing Women does seem to have the right fengshui for all that is going on right now. We could definitely have some fun.”
ABC did such a bang-up job of addressing our current political climate on a situation comedy with Roseanne, what could go wrong?! No casting news to report yet, only that “several classic characters will make occasional appearances in the event that ABC orders the sequel to series” so I expect to see Annie Potts, Jean Smart and Delta Burke (the only surviving primary cast members) show those upstart new designers the true meaning of glamour with the help of some local Atlanta drag queens. Because if Nina Bo’Nina Brown doesn’t make an appearance, they might as well just cancel it now.
Oh they’re all smiling now. But just wait until one of them gets a script that’s only two pages long and a note for makeup that reads: “Corpse-y, but not like, ghoulish.”
Modern Family is rumored to be ending after its tenth or possibly eleventh season. Show creators Steve Levitan and Christopher Lloyd said at the beginning of this year that they’d like the show to leave on a huge ratings-grabbing high note, like a birth, a death, or a wedding. I was hoping the show would end with Haley Dunphy reuniting with her older, denim-slinging dirtbag boyfriend Kenny and getting married in matching jean outfits. But it looks like they’re going with a death, and it’s going to happen sooner than at the end of the series.