With an impressive foreward by client Jennifer Lopez, celebrity stylist and makeup artist will premier his first book "About Face," in Miami on Thursday April 29, 2010 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm. The stylist will be speaking on his inspiration and his secrets on how every woman can achieve cosmetic perfection at his premier launch event at Books & Books at the Bal Harbour Shops on Collins Avenue. Be sure to stop in and get an expert opinion on your look and how to glam up your style for any occasion.
Kim Kardashian tweeted a picture where she is holding a cat by it's collar and the kitty litter hit the fan.
The all-knowing PETA said "Kim Kardashian isn't the only person who mistakenly thinks that because a mother cat picks up her kittens by the scruff of the neck that a supportive hand under the rump isn't needed."
Right. Because mother cats have hands to put under their cats rumps. The SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) said the way she is holding the cat is the proper way and there is nothing wrong with it.
We get it Charles Scott - you're in charge. But honestly? Shut up.
It would appear that Scott Baio has dug himself into a racist, sexist, politically-warped hole and cannot get himself out.
During celebrity gossip site Jezebel.com's daily "Tweet Beat" - where they post weird/ridiculous celebrity tweets from the day - site readers were blessed with an interesting tweet from their beloved Chachi:
For all the fans out there, HBO's, How To Make It In America, has been renewed for a second season.
The half hour "East Coast Version of Entourage" starring Bryan Greenberg and Victor Rasuk was suprisingly given a second chance even though it was not too popular among the audience last season. With some of the worst ratings for an HB0 show, the company held off for a while. I assume HBO sees a bigger picture for the comedy down the road.
I did watch the show and enjoyed observing how two twenty-something year olds make it in the big city. Through their retail store jobs, hustling, relationships and partying, you get to experience a glimpse of NYC in the eyes of these young men. Many can even relate it to their own lives.
How To Make It In America Season 2: Summer 2011
I received a facebook invitation today for a party at Tenjune. Already I was turned off because I haven't set foot in Tenjune since SL opened, but I digress.
Apparently there is a weekly party there called Wonderland Wednesdays and tonight is the Reality TV Star Party. Oh yes, you heard that right. And wait until you here the FANTASTIC talent they have lined up.
I mean even people from The City, TRHONYC Jersey Shore and High Society are not REALLY celebrities, but these people take the cake. This event is hosted by (brace yourself):
- Jordan and Angelo from VH1's Tool Academy;
- Fettucini from For The Love of Ray-J; and
- Johnny Donovan of MTV and VH1
Saturday marked the season's grand opening of MGM Grand's Wet Republic hosted by heartthrob LL Cool J. LL's cool demeanor never faltered in the sweltering 88 degree heat. Wearing indigo shades,a newsboy cap, t-shirt, jeans and Gucci sneakers, LL sure stood out from the crowd of ladies wearing practically nothing at all.
But while the NCIS: Los Angeles star might not have been showing all that much skin, he did display his sexiest asset: that perfect smile.
When Rick Springfield lamented his desire to have Jesse's girl and begged the question of where he could find "a woman like that" I doubt he expected the answer to be "topless in Las Vegas' Déjà Vu Showgirls club". But this Friday that is exactly where you will find alleged mistress of Jesse James, Michelle "Bombshell" McGee.
Everyone's least favorite slut and possible white supremacist, Bombshell, is slated to sign autographs, pose for pictures with "fans," and dance topless at the strip club for a special one-night event. This comes just after her last scheduled appearance at Miami's LIV, inside the Fontainebleau was cancelled after they discovered the nature of her "celebrity." Luckily for Déjà Vu's advertising and marketing director Larry Beard, he doesn't need to share the fear of Bombshell tarnishing the club's reputation.
Sarah Silverman is many people's favorite comedian. I don't particularly like her because I don't think her stand up or her television show is funny, but maybe her book will be different.
Tonight she will be signing copies of "The Bedwetter: Stories of Courage, Redemption and Pee." Already I'm not amused, but maybe the book will be funnier than the title implies. Knowing Silverman, probably not.
But if you can't get enough SS in your life, feel free to head down to Urban Outfitters tonight from 7-8:30pm to purchase a copy of the book and get it autographed.
The red carpet was out, the lights were flashing, and the celebs were all pulling up in their SUVs to the Ziegfield Theatre on Wednesday for the premiere of the HBO movie, You Don't Know Jack.
Cast members including Al Pacino, Susan Sarandon, and John Goodman were all in attendence. The biggest surprise of the night was when a car pulled up and out came Dr. Death himself, Dr. Jack Kevorkian, whom the movie is based upon.
For those of you who may not know the background of the story, Jack Kevorkian was a right-to-die activist who aided in the suicides of at least 130 terminal-ill patients. Throughout his lifetime, he has been in and out of jail for his services that were not found illegal in the state of Michigan until 1998 where he publicly aired his assistance of injecting a patient representing voluntary euthanasia. Kevorkian wanted to challenge prosecutors attemping to show that he will not be stopped. However, Dr. Death as he was publicly named, spent 8 1/2 years in jail for second-degree homicide. He was released in 2007 and began to speak out again about his practices.