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Apparently, Vanessa Bryant loves Beyoncé's style just as much as we do! Kobe Bryant's wife went all out in the fashion department for the family's Christmas card this year, sporting a gorgeous dress—known as the Black Widow gown—by famed designer Michael Costello, who previously competed on both Project Runway and Project Runway: All Stars and has designed dresses for the likes of Khloé Kardashian and Ariana Grande. The entire family is featured in the fancy Christmas card, including the couple's two children, Natalie, 11, and Gianna, 8, and no surprise, the mother of two is dressed to the nines, rocking a dress which reportedly retails for $6500. While »
On episode 7 of Project Runway: All Stars, the designers had to work in pairs to create looks for New York singles who were set up on Match.com. Although they were in pairs, each designer was responsible for their own look for one of the singles going out on their first date. Of course, not everyone was thrilled about doing menswear, but everyone did manage to send their singles out wearing clothes they felt confident in. Here are my rankings of the looks from worst to best. As always, sound off with your thoughts in the comments. For more on what happened, check out the recap. »
Is it even possible to reminisce about Christmas in the '90s without getting Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas" or *Nsync's "Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays" stuck in your head? How about TLC's "Sleigh Ride"? And I still have a vivid memory of listening to Adam Sandler's hilarious classic "The Chanukah Song" on the radio back before the days of Spotify. If you want to take a trip down holiday season memory lane, listen to our '90s - and early '00s, because it just wouldn't be complete without Britney Spears and Destiny's Child - playlist below! For more holiday tunes, get our romantic Christmas playlist here. "8 Days of Christmas," Destiny's Child "All I Want For Christmas," Mariah Carey "All I Want Is You (This Christmas)," *Nsync "Baby It's Cold Outside," Vanessa Williams and Bobby Caldwell "Carolina Christmas," Squirrel Nut Zippers "The Chanukah Song," Adam Sandler »
How’s Rupert Wyatt’s “The Gambler” remake starring Mark Wahlberg? A bit uneven, but still entertaining. And its soundtrack? Well, we included it in our Best Soundtracks Of 2014 feature, so you know it’s worth a listen. Out digitally as of yesterday in a surprise, “it’s here!” announcement, “The Gambler” soundtrack does not feature the score by Jon Brion and Theo Green, but does include a lot of choice cuts. The most emotional and heartbreaking is easily Dinah Washington’s “This Bitter Earth,” but also moving and soaring are the two tracks by M83. The film also includes a lot of covers: Billy Bragg covering Bob Dylan (“Don't Think Twice, It's Alright”), dub reggae group Easy Star All Stars covering Pink Floyd twice (“Money” and “Time”), and Scala & Kolacny Brothers’ choral/vocal cover of Radiohead’s “Creep.” St. Paul & The Broken Bones’ provide some cool, smoky soul akin »
- Edward Davis
What started as a novel concept – seven strangers picked to live in a house to find out what happens when people stop being polite and start getting real –when The Real World first premiered on MTV has become a new reality altogether.
“When we started this back in ’92, none of us had any idea it would continue even maybe past the first season,” creator Jonathan Murray (aka the “Father of Reality TV”) tells ETonline.
In the 29 seasons since Murray and production partner Mary-Ellis Bunim created the show, reality TV has evolved from sticking cameras in people’s faces into a highly conceptualized form of entertainment with people stranded on island, battling it out for a million dollars and California girls blurring the lines between reality and scripted television.
Ahead of the premiere of Real World: Skeletons, the long-running series’ 30th season, Murray talks to ETonline about the show’s biggest changes and what the deaths of longtime »
The premise of episode six of Project Runway: All Stars was interesting enough: Roll the fashion dice to create a look with a random fabric for a random event. The over-sized dice were fun too, especially when we saw the designers? reactions to having to work with fabric they never would have used normally. But somehow the challenge translated into pretty lackluster looks from nearly all of the designers. That said, here are my rankings of last night?s looks from bad to not-as-bad. As always, give me your opinion in the comments. For more on what happened, check out the recap. »
In episode five of Project Runway: All Stars, the designers had a chance to travel to London, where they met the Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson and got to tour the city on a double decker bus. When they got back to the states, they had one day to create an outerwear coat inspired by London for the Duchess to wear. Here are my rankings of the looks from last night in order from worst to best. As always, tell me your opinions in the comments. »
In episode four of Project Runway: All Stars, the designers were asked to make a party dress that represented the past, present and future of their own personal journeys through love. For some of them, the personal nature of the challenge made it all the more complicated, while others managed to channel their emotions into creative productivity. Here is my ranking of last night?s looks from worst to best. As always, tell me all of your thoughts in the comments. »
The BBC has announced details of its inaugural Music Awards event.
BBC One, Radio 1 and Radio 2 will team up for a simultaneous live broadcast of the ceremony, celebrating the best in popular music over the past 12 months.
Along with live performances and surprise collaborations, the night will also review and celebrate the past 12 months in music.
Three awards will be presented during the night as well, with British Artist and International Artist of the Year to be decided by a BBC Music panel and leading music journalists. The Song of the Year prize will be voted for by members of the public. »
Episode three of Project Runway: All Stars was particularly dramatic, considering that the designers were creating looks inspired by the Broadway show Wicked. The designers had to go head-to-head with another designer to make a couture look that was either ?Good? or ?Wicked.? There was a high score and a low score in each pair. Here are my rankings of last night's looks from worst to best. Since no one even dared to use color, all of the light looks are ?Good,? and the dark looks are ?Wicked.? As always, leave your thoughts in the comments. »
On this episode of Project Runway: All Stars , the designers ransacked a construction site for materials for their unconventional challenge. They were told to take these masculine items and transform them into a feminine look for the runway. As always, the fact that the designers could make anything out of nails and plastic fencing is impressive, but still, some did better than others. Here are my rankings of the looks last night from worst to best. Tell me your favorites in the comments. »
On your mark, get set, go! Thousands of runners sprinted through New York City's five boroughs on Sunday, Nov. 2, and amongst the throngs of athletes were tennis pro Caroline Wozniacki and Desperate Housewives alum Teri Hatcher. The pals prepared for the race together and Hatcher, 49, tweeted a selfie with Wozniacki, 24, and Top Chef All Stars winner Richard Blais. "Trying 2 stay warm & calm prerace w/ new friends fellow runners @CaroWozniacki @RichardBlais #tcsnycmarathon," the Sundown actress tweeted. The Danish tennis star completed the 26-mile race in [...] »
Season 4 of Project Runway: All Stars has a massive amount of talent, mostly made up of contestants from seasons 10-12 and previous winners Dmitry and Michelle. In the premiere, they were split into groups of men and women that had to create collections for downtown and uptown woman respectively. While all of them are experienced and creative, there were still some looks better than others. Here is my ranking of the looks from the premiere from worst to best. Don?t forget to leave your opinions in the comments »
Watch the first trailer for Ex Machina, starring Oscar Isaac - Moviefone The mystery of making a nude TV scene is solved - HuffPost Entertainment 2001: A Space Odyssey is making a comeback in 2014 - Moviepilot Meet the designers from this season of Project Runway: All Stars - BuddyTV Kyra Sedgwick will play a disillusioned nun in a new HBO comedy - Splitsider Actual places that are creepier than any horror movie location - Cracked See this makeup pro's amazing Halloween looks! - Popsugar Beauty »
Alyssa Milano admits she was nervous when hosting Project Runway All Stars for the first time last season—but all that's behind her now. In season 4, which premieres Thursday, Oct. 30, she settles comfortably into her hosting and judging role—she even "gets into it" with fellow judge Isaac Mizrahi over a critique—even though she was eight months pregnant while filming the show. Here, Milano tells EW what it was like to tape the series (in heels no less), who her favorite guest judge was, and what to expect from this season... the best to date, according to Milano. EW: »
- Dalene Rovenstine
It’s almost hard to imagine that Top Chef is still on the air but even in its twelfth season, it’s as delicious as ever. The Bravo series, which has taken the chefs (and viewers) from New York to New Orleans, is now calling Boston home as it puts a new group of contestants to the test in what looks to be the series’ toughest season yet. Gail Simmons, who has served as a judge since the show premiered in 2006, is still amazed by the enormity of what the franchise become. “If you would have told me then that I would still be making the show and still be in this role, I would never have believed you,” Simmons says. “We’re still making great food television and eating really delicious food.”
In an interview with VH1, Simmons opens up about dishing out harsher critiques, welcoming former contestant Richard Blais to the judges’ table, »
- Stacy Lambe
This is a Very Cool moment caught on tape ... when NFL star Dwight Freeney meets up with Kobe Bryant -- and gives a bunch of kids in an after-school program the surprise of their lives!!! It all went down in San Diego on October 6th -- Dwight took 10 kids from the After School All Stars program (helping at-risk youth) to watch the Lakers take on the Denver Nuggets. But after the game, the gang went »
- TMZ Staff
Lifetime's Aaliyah biopic trailer uses Iggy Azalea’s music As Billboard notes, though "Lifetime almost certainly couldn’t license an actual Aaliyah song for the trailer...it still seems odd to hear Azalea's ‘Goddess’ over footage of Alexandra Shipp as Aaliyah." “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Joe Giudice sentenced to 41 months for fraud Teresa Giudice is expected to get a lighter sentence between 21 and 26 months, but the couple will serve time separately so one of them could take care of their four daughters. NBC will revisit Peter Pan again with romcom “Wendy and Peter” The workplace comedy will be told from the point of view of Wendy, who falls for Peter, despite his refusal to embrace adulthood. Click Read Full Post For More Piers Morgan blames Anderson Cooper for his low CNN ratings “Could I have done with a better lead-in? Yes,” Morgan tells Politico now that he’s »
- Norman Weiss
What happens when you fill a design room with mean girls, whiners, the original costume designer (you know who I mean), a couple winners, and a few other barely memorable placeholders? Project Runway All Stars season 4 happens. This exclusive trailer for the fourth season promises all the tears, catfights, over-the-top runway shows, and Alyssa Milano one can expect from All Stars. Highlights include a bride challenge—where someone is possibly married on the runway?—a Wicked challenge (sadly with no Idina Menzel or Kristin Chenoweth in sight), a trip to London, and some tough critique from judge Isaac Mizrahi. Hope »
- Dalene Rovenstine
Mindy Kaling and Elmo will teach you about enthusiasm - Vulture You won't even recognize Vin Diesel in The Last Witch Hunter - MoviePilot Can you imagine a Star Wars movie directed by David Fincher? - Moviefone 4 reasons why movie special effects are actually getting worse - Cracked Meet the colorful cast of Project Runway: All Stars - BuddyTV Is The Mysteries of Laura really that bad? - HuffPost Entertainment Which actress lost out on a Gossip Girl role? - Gossip Girl 26 things only Breaking Bad fans will understand - BuzzFeed Ben Affleck's kids love Frozen, too! - Popsugar Moms »
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