Snooki, you're such a dill. Page Six reports that this Halloween Snooki will be dressing as her favorite green vegetable. Light Group designers in Las Vegas are currently creating pickle-shaped sequins for the reality star. There's speculation that she'll wear the outfit at The Jet club when she hosts and judges a $10,000 costume contest Oct. 30. The party is called Nightmare in Jersey--how fitting.
Scratch the bobbing for apples, Snooks. Go for some pickle juice.
Snooki, your such a dill. Page Six reports that Snooki will be dressing as her favorite green vegetable this Halloween. Light Group designers in Las Vegas are currently creating pickle-shaped sequins for the reality star. There's speculation that she'll wear the outfit at The Jet club when she hosts and judges a $10,000 costume contest Oct. 30. The party is called Nightmare in Jersey--how fitting.
Scratch the bobbing for apples Snook's. Go for some pickle juice.
Rowland apparently left the company because he didn't get along with management - though it's said he sold the company a few years ago, but stayed as an executive.
So why would he stay so long, you ask?
“He had a huge salary there, but wasn’t really getting along with management. So basically, he just left," says an insider.
You've already seen her at our Halloween party at Espace earlier this year. But now Kelly Killoren Bensimon is back and ready for more action at Gustavino's on New Year's Eve. Don't let her drama-instigating role on Housewives mislead you: Bensimon is more intelligent, funny, and eloquent than you think, and she's not stopping anytime soon. Love her or hate her, you better get used to her. Joonbug was thrilled to get a chance to speak with her and find out more about her family, her work, and her unrelenting quest for quality.
You know exactly who she is; She needs no introduction. As the star of Bravo's Real Housewives of New York City, Kelly Killoren Bensimon's exploits have become the stuff of daily tabloid fodder. I got a chance to talk about the things that really matter in her life when the camera stops rolling.
Jaime Felber: Many people would be happy to succeed as an author, many would be happy to be considered a successful jewelry designer, and many would kill to be a model, yet here you are, having succeeded at all of the above and so much more. Do you consider yourself a workaholic?
Mary-Kate Olsen always sees the silver lining. A Page Six spy overheard the diminutive diva dishing about recession-induced sales at Barney's New York. "It's really sad-- the recession is everywhere," the astute Olsen noted, "But at least they are having good sales." Pointing to her hat Olsen said, "That's where I got this! The recession!" The secret shopper reported Olsen considered a $410 menorah and pillows and throws for her bed before leaving the store empty handed.