Category: Vanity Fair

Gisele Bündchen Opens Up About Tom Brady Divorce And Denies Giving Him An Ultimatum

March 23, 2023 / Posted by:

Gisele Bündchen: THE MODEL is back. A month after Gisele was on the cover of Vogue Italia looking like a glamorous vampiress blood clot, she’s on the cover of April’s Vanity Fair and talking about what the hell else? Her divorce from Tom Brady. Gisele and Tom became legally free of each other in October 2022 after months upon months of hearing about how their 13-year marriage was on life support because he un-retired from football. Gisele was reportedly upset that Tom wanted to spend more time with football than his family. There was a rumor that Gis dropped a “FOOTBALL OR USultimatum on him. But Gisele shot that rumor down while talking to Vanity Fair, calling it “the craziest thing I’ve ever heard.” Craziest? That’s an interesting take from someone who works in an industry where girls live off laxatives and cotton balls!

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Madonna Is Jesus And The Virgin Mary In Next Month’s Vanity Fair In Italy, Spain, And France

January 18, 2023 / Posted by:

Yesterday Madonna announced that she was embarking on an international tour to celebrate four decades in the music biz. The Celebration World Tour doesn’t begin until July, so until then, we’re probably going to see a lot of Madge. Today kicks things off with the reveal of Madonna’s new Vanity Fair cover/photoshoot. Billboard reports that the 64-year-old will appear in next month’s “Icon Issue” for the magazine’s French, Spanish, and Italian editions. All predominantly Catholic countries! The perfect audience for some classic maybe-excommunicated Madonna envelope-pushing. On the cover, she is a weeping Virgin Mary. Inside, she is Jesus at an all-female last supper. I don’t remember JC or the OG Madonna having so many fillers, but suspend your disbelief!

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Vanity Fair Releases Its 28th Annual Hollywood Issue

February 17, 2022 / Posted by:

Vanity Fair released their 2022 Hollywood Issue covers and baby they are pretty quirky. Featuring eight of Hollywood’s big names, the covers show off hyper-colorful and slightly bizarre worlds where Kristen Stewart hovers in the sky, and Idris Elba chills in the back of a car that’s also a pool, and Michaela Jaé Rodriguez has a pet tiger, and Nicole Kidman… um… opens a gate? Has a really bad wig? Not too sure what’s so fantastical about hers, but you get the point.

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Vanity Fair Published An Exposé On Armie Hammer And His Family

March 11, 2021 / Posted by:

Vanity Fair just published a new Armie Hammer exposé entitled: The Fall of Armie Hammer: A Family Saga of Sex, Money, Drugs, and Betrayal. There’s not a ton of new information about Armie’s penchant for cannibalism or the abuse allegations (although there are loads of online rumors suggesting a bigger article is on the horizon); the article mainly explores how five generations of Armie’s family have been embroiled in “drugs, sex, dysfunction, and betrayal.”  Continue reading

Vanity Fair’s Aggressively Bright And Relentlessly Cheerful Hollywood Issue Is Here

February 23, 2021 / Posted by:

Vanity Fair has published their annual Hollywood Issue, the issue which screams: AWARDS SEASON IS HERE. Except for this year, the cover subjects are less of a collection of actors and actresses with Oscar buzz, and more about who was available and knew how to work with a green screen. Speaking of color, grab your sunglasses, because Vanity Fair has clearly formed a horrible union with the DayGlo pigment company, and they are dead set on dumping visual happiness and cheer on your eyes. Damn, it’s like they’re overcompensating for something. What’s what? They’re likely trying to counteract the depressing, endless void we’ve been sunk into over the past 12 months? Ok fair enough.

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The Theme Of Vanity Fair’s Annual Hollywood Issue Is “Celebrity Road Trip On Mars”

January 14, 2020 / Posted by:

Every year since 1995, Vanity Fair celebrates the lead up to the Oscars with their annual Hollywood Issue, in which they gather some of the most talked-about actors and actresses and put them all onto a fold-out cover. Past Hollywood Issue cover themes have included Formalwear, Looking Bored, or Photoshop Mistakes. This year, Vanity Fair went with what they describe as a road movie at sunset. But they don’t specify what planet, and since everyone is redder than an embarrassed lobster, I’m assuming it takes place on Mars, or on the side of a can of Cactus Cooler. Or some red planet with an ozone layer thick enough to blur out 40% of shadows and expression lines.

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