Tracee Ellis Ross told Page Six that at her 40th birthday party, she stripped and showed her friends “all the places on my body I was self-conscious about . . .
Talking to us at the Chico’s “How Bold Are You?” event at Joe’s Pub, Ross added that she singled out “that underarm skin” and “skin by my knees,” but — “At 45, I feel the most beautiful and sexiest I have ever felt.”
Molly Ringwald made an appearance performing three numbers, including “I Feel Pretty” from “West Side Story.”
In Kenzo’s ad, Andie MacDowell’s daughter plays a fancy chick in a fancy dress at a fancy event who probably ate an edible at home, and right after it kicks in, she leaves the fancy people and enters her own world where she dances like a kung fu gorilla on meth getting tasered
In Taylor’s video (directed by Joseph Kahn) for Delicate, she plays a fancy chick in a fancy dress at a fancy event who probably ate an edible at home, and right after it kicks in, she leaves the fancy people and enters her own world where she dances like a kung fu gorilla on meth getting tasered.
At first, Page Six claimed that a rep for Kenzo gave them a semi-shady statement saying that Taylor should call them for tips on how to stay fresh.
They’re just a few of the investors who have backed a new health-focused private members club concept coming to NYC called the Well.
Founded by Deepak Chopra’s former COO Rebecca Parekh, 1 Hotels brand chief Kane Sarhan, and former Vitamin Water exec Sarrah Hallock, the Well will bring together leading doctors and healers in a space that will open at a yet-to-be-revealed location in Manhattan in early 2019.
McCain, 33, gave her opinion of Beverly Hills’ latest “Housewife” to the Bravo boss himself, Andy Cohen, in a February episode of “Watch What Happens Live.” “The View” host said of Mellencamp, “I don’t like her, she’s so boring and please stop hiring people with famous last names and I say that as a woman with a famous last name.”
Kate Middleton must follow these rules after giving birth to her new royal baby.
The Real Housewives of Orange County star Shannon Beador‘s divorce from ex-husband David got nasty this week when the father-of-three demanded joint custody while accusing Shannon of “excessive drinking” and “alienating him from his kids,” according to exclusive court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com!
Now, less than one week after David filed the explosive docs, Radar exclusively learned Shannon isn’t buying any of his “lies” and is ready for war!
The passionate pair was spotted sneaking out of The Glory Bar in East London at 3 a.m.
Tattooed terror Paris — whose vehicle sports a dreamcatcher decal and a sign reading “Good Vibes” — now shares the seven-bedroom “hippie house” in Topanga Canyon with a group of flaky friends, insiders said.
Sarah Drew and Michelle Hurd have joined the pilot for CBS’ reboot of the classic procedural “Cagney & Lacey.”
Drew, who recently departed the long-running ABC medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy,” is represented by Innovative Artists, LINK Entertainment and attorney Alex Kohner.
Bridget Carpenter will serve as writer and executive producer for the pilot reboot.
Carpenter, who is under an overall deal at CBS Television Studios, recently served as a consulting producer on HBO drama “Westworld” and previously produced and wrote for “Friday Night Lights” and “Parenthood.” She developed the Hulu series “11.22.63.”
RadarOnline.com has learned that the family of Trevor Cadigan — who drowned to death inside the helicopter — has blamed the company for the passing of the 26-year-old, saying in their lawsuit that the passengers should have been given tools to escape their safety harnesses in case of an emergency.
After the aviation company stated that the East River crash had likely been caused by one of the passengers’ backpacks hitting the helicopter’s emergency break.
FBI Director Christopher Wray was in a rock band in high school and is remembered by his Phillips Academy classmates for wearing — and wearing out — one particular brown sweater.
In the class notes section of the Andover, Mass., school’s alumni magazine, Pamela Paresky, class of ’85, says Wray, who played guitar, “is apparently too busy to get the band back together” since he replaced James Comey in August.
“Chris was a wonderful guy at Andover — kind, helpful, smart,” Paresky told me.
Wray’s recent visit to the Arizona area of the Navajo Nation reservation — the first ever by an FBI director — sparked rumors that he is part Native American and a cousin of legendary rock guitarist Link Wray, who was Shawnee.