2014 April 23

Matt Bomer Lands Details' May Cover

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Looks like hunky Matt Bomer is finally getting some major PR! He's landed the cover of the latest Details. Inside the issue, Alfred Molina, his co-star in the upcoming HBO movie The Normal Heart, has some high praise for his performance. "What Matt's done will redefine him," Molina says. "All Matt's professional life, he's clearly been a very good actor, but I think this performance puts him there among the greats."  Bomer also confirms that he plans to be in Magic Mike 2. Can we get an amen? 

 



 


2014 April 23

Rumer Willis Shows It Off

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Rumer Willis showed some serious skin last night at ELLE's 5th annual Women in Music concert celebration in Los Angeles. Demi and Bruce's little one wore this black cut out skirt from New York based designer Franziska Fox's Fall 2014 collection while DJing the event. We have a feeling Joan Rivers will have a few things to say about this on Fashion Police this week. Sexy or too much? 


2014 April 23

Swarovski Helps Hedwig Come To Life

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Neil Patrick Harris opened in Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway last night and the critics are, well, wigging out and declaring it a big hit. Variety's Marilyn Stasio writes: "The screaming starts when a bespangled Neil Patrick Harris parachutes onstage in Hedwig and the Angry Inch and doesn't stop until he's back in his dressing room. That's the kind of rock-star performance he gives in this spectacular revival." The show marks the Broadway debut for costume designer Arianne Phillips, who worked with Swarovski on Hedwig's glam rock aesthetic, utilizing more than half a million crystals on the stage. It's yet another partnership for the brand, which has added their magic on costumes in Broadway hits After Midnight, Motown, and Sister Act, to name a few. Keep the crystals comin'. 



2014 April 23

Lupita Nyong’o Wins Again

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Lupita Nyong’o adds one more achievement to her hitlist of wins, making People's annual "50 Most Beautiful" list in their latest issue. "It was exciting and just a major, major compliment," the Oscar winner tells the mag about making the cover. "I was happy for all the girls who would see me on [it] and feel a little more seen." Someone is having quite a year! The rest of their list of the most beautiful in all the land will be revealed when the issue hits stands on Friday. 


2014 April 23

Facing 'The Face', Episode 7 Recap

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A new episode of Oxygen's The Face airs tonight and our Pratt intern, Samantha Borek, returns with another recap of last week's episode to keep you up to date.

In the aftermath of Khadisha’s elimination last week, instead of a fight we got Naomi Campbell laying into Lydia Hearst for her lack of coaching. She even outed Amanda’s confession to her about wanting to leave the underdog team. Lydia had enough embarrassment for one day and decided to give her girls a stern talking-to.

This week, the girls traveled to more industrial parts of NYC to participate in a lingerie campaign for Fleur De Mal. The teams were judged on confidence, sexiness, and connection with their male models (commence hot flashes now) by none other than Fleur De Mal CEO Jennifer Zuccarini, who said the look she was going for was “sexy with a chic edge.” Notice “porn-chic” was not on the list, but after that steamy “Intro to Sex” by Naomi and Nigel Barker, what else were the girls supposed to think?

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2014 April 22

Pratt To Honor Yoko Ono

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Pratt announced today that Yoko Ono will be the recipient of an honorary degree next month at their 125th annual commencement address at the Theatre at Madison Square Garden. Ono will be honored in recognition of her achievements as a thought-provoking visionary artist, according to a statement from the school. She'll be in the company of the Brooklyn Museum's Arnold Lehman, designer Karim Rashid, and art writer Michael Kimmelman, who will be delivering the commencement address. The ceremony will be held on May 16th. 

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