Kendall Jenner gets her cheer on for Extra. 25 Photos »
Kendall Jenneris really taking this whole modeling career of hers to new extremes and working it!
The famous member of the Kardashian family was spotted at an art gallery in West Hollywood yesterday (April 11) where she got to see photos of herself being a super artsy model. Kendall was checking out ”Nomad: Two Worlds,” a photography exhibit by Russell James that features pictures taken of Kendall in the Australian outback.
Kendall told E! News that modeling is definitely where she sees her life going, especially since it gives her a distinction from sister Kylie. “Me and Kylie are sisters, but not everything we can always do together…She’s not trying to be a model. She’s trying to be more like a personality…” Not quite sure how modeling fits in with Kendall wanting to be left alone. So, can you guess her modeling goal?
To be one of those lovely ladies we see plastered around Victoria’s Secret. When asked if she’d be interested–especially since Russell James is known for his VS photographs–Kendall admitted, “It’s always been kind of a dream of mine. It’s something I’d love to do.” Well she definitely seems like she’s on her way to new and better things!
In my opinion, Kendall has got some of the best fashion sense in her whole family. Just look at how much more glamorous she looks than mom Kris Jenner, who also came out to support. Kendall is well on her way to model super stardom. Check out all the photos from the gallery viewing and tell us if you think Kendall will be making more modeling headlines soon!
Artist Jason Mecier has created a Lindsay Lohan portrait made entirely out of trash. The art piece is made entirely out of rubbish, recycling and discarded objects inspired by Lindsay Lohan, and took over 50 hours to make. Check out video of the making of the portrait below.
The portrait is made of make-up, jewelery, sunglasses, credit cards, cell phones, booze bottles, handcuffs, Visine, prescription bottles, Lindsay’s CDs and DVDs, 2 collectable Mean Girls nail files, 4 ant traps, Monistat 7, 8 Q-Tips, 13 bullet shells, 1 tampon and 29 cigarette butts.
Jason said: “I love Lindsay! I’m a huge fan! She seems to love publicity and controversy so I think she will like it. It’s all in fun. This would look great hanging in Lindsay’s living room.” Read More »
Her other pieces include Bill Murray as a jaguar shark and Lil Wayne as a gremlin. “I spend a lot of time looking at people on TV and imagining what they would become if they suddenly morphed into an animal,” Jessie told WENN. Read More »
Glee's Harry Shum Jr poses with photog Michael Freeby. 5 Photos »
Six-time Emmy winner Bruce Vilanch has become known for quite the diverse resume. From writing classic hit songs for Eartha Kitt and The Village People, to starring in hit films, to writing and producing television specials for Diana Ross and Bette Midler, to starring roles on Broadway and back again.
In addition to being head writer for the Oscars and Emmy’s, Bruce’s recent resume has included a wide variety of critically acclaimed theatre shows! Last year, Bruce toured for Dustin Lance Black‘s Prop 8 play in support of gay rights.
Check out Adam's fashion evolution over the years. 42 Photos »
Adam Lambert has the most passionate fans around, so we only thought it fitting that we feature some amazing fan art in tribute of Adam Lambert’s 31st birthday!
OMG officially 31!
We’d be remiss not to mention once again that Adam donating his 31st birthday to the We Are Family Foundation, calling on his fans to give $31 to the organization that promotes cultural diversity worldwide. Read More »
After what must have been a very proud day on January 11th for Paul Emsley, the Glasgow-born artist was not prepared for the onslaught of criticism he faced.
Emsley was selected from a shortlist to paint the Duchess of Cambridge, which he began working on last May. Though Her Royal Highness and the Duke of Cambridge were delighted with the portrait, it didn’t take away the sting of caustic reviews.
“Some of the words written about it were so personal. I’d be inhuman if I said it didn’t affect me,” Mr Emsley told Hello! Magazine. “When you take on commissions like this it is hazardous and you expect a bit of flak, but I expected nothing like the criticism I have received. I didn’t expect it to go to the levels it did.”
Unfortunately, we were part of that hate parade (I dare you to find someone who wasn’t). Read More »