There were some real upside down and sideways looks on display at the The Council of Fashion Designers of America awards in NYC last night. Most notably Whoopi Goldberg giving us Little Bo Peep who lost her sheep and was forced to go to the big city and take out a bank loan for more, wearing her best Big Business suit. The added bonus of that suit is that those giant bell bottoms probably ring so damn loud, the sheep should have no problem finding their way back home.
Other notable looks included: Cate Blanchett‘s tuxedo/ baked potato/ butcher’s apron combo, and the night’s host Issa Rae’s belt that read “Every Nigga Is A Star”. All of those looks and more are in the gallery but for now, we’ve got plenty of high fashion to keep us in “what is going on here”s for a week.
The Met Gala isn’t a human and isn’t even alive, and yet, that bitch is still getting more action than me.
The theme for the Met’s costume exhibit is Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and Catholic Imagination, but the dress code for the Gala was “Sunday best.” Now, my Sunday best is a faded black Dollywood t-shirt and some Fruit of the Loom sweat shorts covered with chicharron crumbs, wine splatters and lube drops from snacking, boozing and watching porn on my couch. But I guess “Sunday best” to famous rich hos is a crown that weighs more than their head and all of the fabric found in the “Perfect For Granny’s Living Room Curtains” section at Hobby Lobby.
Ever wanted to know what it’s like to be one of the popular kids in high school? A recent Instagram story posted by recently single Olivia Munn gives us a glimpse of what it’s like to be on the cheer squad at Hollywood High (not the real one, the metaphoric one for the middle-aged, growth stunted actors) and have to try to convince your classmate that the rumors you are dating her ex are, like, totally bogus.
Hollywood decided to wear black at the Golden Globes last Sunday night in silent protest of the industry’s sexual assault problem. But four days later, most Hollywood people at the Critics’ Choice Awards went with color.
Kate Bosworth didn’t wear color, but she did wear a mess. Kate is wearing a dress by Brock Collection, but if I hadn’t been told who made her dress, I’d assume she went into a formal event showroom on a particularly dry day, collected too much static electricity while trying on a bridal gown with her socks on, and accidentally left the store with a child’s christening gown that was stuck to her. The best part is that the fun didn’t end when Kate turned around.
I’ve got a feeling someone just made Mariah Carey’s “I don’t know them” list.
Starting with Harvey Weinstein’s exposure as an alleged sexual harassed/rapist and followed by a million more allegations against creeps of Hollywood, October kind of turned into The Month People Started Talking. It’s November 1st, and creeps who didn’t get accused of anything in October shouldn’t let out a sigh of relief. People are still talking, and today the talking is about 48-year-old Brett Ratner.
I only have the vaguest fan connection to professional football (I like the Puppy Bowl!). So all of my knowledge of Aaron Rodgers comes solely from two things: the drama surrounding his relationship with Olivia Munn, and the drama surrounding his relationship with his family. Aaron recently opened up to ESPN The Magazine (via UsWeekly), and it sounds like he’s still got conflicting feelings about both.