Yesterday, Sephora closed their 400 US stores for one hour so staff could get some much-needed diversity training after SZA called out a store in Calabasas for racial profiling. SZA claimed an employee called security to make sure she wasn’t stealing anything. It sounds like those diversity day pamphlets weren’t printed off a moment too soon. Because Leslie Jones recently slapped at another Sephora location for allegedly treating her makeup artist like crap.
Hell hath no fury like a Leslie Jones scorned, and you would think Jason Reitman would know that. Jason announced he was rebooting Ghostbusters, the movie his dad, Ivan Reitman, directed back in the 80s. Only, instead of remembering the all-lady Ghostbusters that came out a few years ago, Jason said his reboot will just build off the story lines from the movies his dad did back in the day. Men revolted on the lady version of Ghostbusters as much as they have revolted on Gillette for that toxic masculinity ad, so I’m sure the dudes of American will be stoked. Alas, Leslie Jones, who was part of the female-led Ghostbusters, is none too pleased.
This one shocks me since the fashion designer community has been known for being such warm, hospitable people. Cough. Megan Mullally took a novel approach in announcing that she’s hosting the 2019 SAG Awards, and that was the angry way. Megan posted on Instagram about how she was running into issues getting designers to dress her, which is strange since she’s gonna be HOSTING the damn thing. Poor Megan. Now her house is going to look like a FedEx sorting room from all the dress boxes being sent her way. Continue reading
It’s a bit redundant to say so, because aren’t all award shows just an excuse for fashion houses to clean out their local Fabric Barn and send a famous person down the carpet in more material than a 1980s canopy bed set? But the Emmys did see a lot of by-the-yardage last night, like on Jessica Biel, who said yes to a white Ralph & Russo dress. If you think Jessica and Justin Timberlake look like they stopped by the Emmys on their way to appearing on the top of a wedding cake, you’re not the only one.
Jessica Alba‘s The Honest Company seems to be anything but. They’ve had lawsuits for bogus sunscreen, lawsuits for bad labels, more lawsuits for bad labels with some payouts, and they even pushed fatty baby formula. So obviously there’s something going on there. Well, now actress Leslie Jones is getting involved in the controversy surrounding Jessica’s all-natural, I’m assuming patchouli-heavy, blessed by Mother Earth, “organic” products.
Entertainment Tonight reports that Leslie did what most of us do when we have been shafted by a service provider: she lashed out on Twitter. Leslie wrote to her 900, 000 followers that Jessica Alba’s Honest Company had fucked her over not once. Not twice. Three fucking times! And she @ both of those hos!
On Saturday Night Live last night, Alec Baldwin made his 987,829th appearance as Jabba the Trump (in a skit that also featured an appearance by Beck Bennett’s Putin nips), but the skit that’s really making the rounds today is the sexual harassment pop anthem called Welcome To Hell that was cooed out by the women of SNL and Saoirse Ronan (who gave me baby Erika Jayne meets baby Baby Spice. So Fetus Spice, basically).