Magazines continue to take risks this month by serving up January issues with unexpected and surprising cover stars. First, American Vogue hit us off with Alicia Vikander, then Allure gave us Emma Roberts. But Vogue Russia‘s subject most definitely had us racking our brains. The magazine introduces Cuba Tornado Scott, who captivates us completely before the lens of Michel Comte wearing a striped Max Mara creation (prison jumpsuit, anyone?). The granddaughter of famous film director Ridley Scott had our forums heading over to Google to do research, so Vogue Russia obviously got our attention.
Unfortunately, forum members were rather confused. “Lea Michele is that you?” an unaware GivenchyHomme asked straight away.
“I don’t really like it, because she looks like a bodybuilder or boxer preparing for her match,” added a dumbfounded Nymphaea. (more…)
She’s one of the world’s most sought after supermodels, so when news broke of Bar Refaeli’s latest shoot for Agent Provocateur, we knew the likelihood of her holy hotness breaking the internet was far greater than Kimmy K’s Paper Magazine shoot. No offence, Kim.
Proving just why and how she’s reached supermodel-status, the Israeli-native flaunts her seriously toned physique in a sentimental rendezvous through the dusty French countryside for the lingerie brand’s Spring 2016 campaign.
With a French farmyard as a backdrop and designer lingerie left, right and centre, the newlywed model certainly turned up the heat, with creative director Sarah Shotton crediting Bar’s film noir, feline qualities for the great synergy with the collection. (more…)
Calling all Sex and the City fans, Billy Eichner is screaming in your corner.
The host of Billy on Street has added to his already-impressive archive of rolling-on-the-floor-laughing Billy on the Street videos by releasing a hilarious new episode featuring the one and only Sarah Jessica Parker. Labelled Reindeer or Sex App, this one is bound to leave you in stitches.
After formally, or not-so-formally, introducing SJP (you be the judge), Billy tackles the Sex and the City 2 movie’s criticism by sharing, or rather screaming, his “You wanna know what I think?” views in her face while standing in the middle of Lower Manhattan. Normal? We think not. Hilarious? Abso-freakin-lutely.
While it’s Billy’s passionate fandom over SATC that’s got us laughing-out-loud, seeing SJP quite literally frightened by Billy is also wildly entertaining, to say the least. Not to mention, that game of Reindeer or Sex App also makes for solid viewing.
Broadway babe Rob Mills has opened up about his sexuality during a recent podcast on Em Rusciano’s Deeply Shallow.
When asked by Em if he’s a “little bit gay”, the 33-year-old replied that he is “just a little bit”, however, he doesn’t identify with being bisexual. He instead refers to his experience of “pashing a few blokes” as actions of sexual fluidity. During the podcast, Rob asserted that he has never denied rumours that he’s been intimate with other men, saying, “Yeah, absolutely. I’ve never denied any rumours or innuendo.” (more…)
Leighton Meester might’ve been a raging she-devil as Gossip Girl‘s Blair Waldorf (we know it was just a front, B), but in her true form she’s nothing but warmth and fuzziness, made clear with this latest cover of Elvis’ “Blue Christmas”.
Singing and strumming alongside fellow crooner Dana Williams, who sports an on-trend take on the Christmas sweater, btw, the girls melt our hearts by performing a laid-back, lounge-style rendition of the holiday track. Complete with Christmas stockings on the fireplace and a long-haired Santa tambourine player, this video really is delivering all the festive feels.
It’s not quite the “Lovefool” nostalgia Leighton served earlier this year, but it is totally spirited and going straight onto the seasonal playlist. We were getting sick of Mariah Carey anyway.
We all get sucked into those games from time to time which are a little embarrassing, pretty revealing and always hilarious, like Never Have I Ever, Would You Rather and, of course, good ol’ Shag, Marry, Kill. There’s nothing like choosing whether or not Brad Pitt, for example, should get some lovin’ or some murderin’ to let everyone know where your priorities lie.
Unfortunately Kylie Jenner, Bella Hadid and Lottie Moss’ version of Shag, Marry, Kill for Vogue‘s upcoming issue wasn’t so jaw-dropping, with the three young stars choosing the fate of three fictional characters instead of, you know, people like Tyga and The Weeknd. Throwing Kanye West or Zayn Malik in there would’ve made things interesting, too.
The trio took the high, and easy road by making a decision between Aladdin, Harry Potter and Batman, which was all very cute considering they’re all teenagers. The shoot is also insanely adorbs, with the girls frolicking around the countryside in feminine frocks. Check it out here, and watch the video for yourself above.