So is the entire vanilla thing for real? Jennifer Love Hewitt thinks so. The Client List star takes the frangrance to a entire new level, she revealing to Us Weekly: “She carry McCormick’s Pure Vanilla [in her purse]—the baking kind—and dab it on her neck.”
Brooklyn Decker fights a band of rogue extraterrestrials in Battleship, on the red carpet of the Sydney premiere she was involved in another sort of skirmish: the battle of the incongruous sleeves.
Nicki Minaj has two very, very different singles on the airwaves this month: Her straight dance song “Starships,” which described by Nicki as “a Ryan Seacrest-type of record,” and her pared-down track “Beez in the Trap,” that will appeal to fans who prefer their Nicki sans pop.
Jessica Alba has become a favorite street-styler through her multitude of scarves, colorful skinny jeans and eclectic collection of toppers. For Easter with her girls, she managed to pull out a new appearance that didn’t stray from her signature taste.
Sofia Vergara obtained the reigns on Saturday Night Live this weekend as her standout sketch was a parody of The Hunger Games.
Anne Hathaway admitted she’s had to lose her some weight for her role in the Les Miserables remake, as she failed to mention she had to chop off her long hair! The actress surfaced in London early Sunday morning with her hair cut extremely short.
Rihanna may favor to romp around pantsless in flame T-shirts and hip-high boots, but it’s her ladylike looks that really make us faint. For the sunny Battleship photocall in London, she proved that point in a silk Alexander Wang dress.
As brand ambassador for DKNY, Ashley Greene hit up Macy’s in NYC on Thursday to a meet and greet with fans.
Miley Cyrus kicked-off the week on a high note by her lingerie-inspired Jenny Packham dress, taking the high-low hem trend to a whole new level.
Amber Heard has mastered the art of retro glamour. She appeared like a modern day Marilyn Monroe at the Metropolitan Opera’s premiere of Manon Monday night.