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Style Hunter: Alex's graphic tank on 'Happy Endings'

As we’ve seen over and over again on Happy Endings, Alex isn’t the sharpest of the bunch, but as a boutique owner she’s definitely one of the most fashionable. I mean, unless you count the time she tried to design a dress for Jane — that was a disaster.

In Wednesday night’s episode, she wore a couple of pieces that caught my eye, including a Haute Hippie Southwestern Graphic Tank ($85, nordstrom.com), which she topped with a white tuxedo jacket (in case you’re wondering, the jacket is from Zara and should be available in stores). Another item I’d love to sneak into my own closet was her mint dress ($59, available in tan at zara.com) and her beige-and-black Lodis ‘Brooklyn Deco Buckle’ belt ($31.90, nordstrom.com).

The best part about her wardrobe? At less than $100 per piece, it’s relatively affordable. Well…at least compared to anything in Blair Waldorf’s closet.

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'Blossom' reunion! Okay, just in an Old Navy commercial -- VIDEO

Kudos to Old Navy for associating spring flowers with Mayim Bialik, who, before starring on The Big Bang Theory, was best known as TV’s Blossom (who had a penchant for hats with buds). In a new commercial, Bialik is the “Chief Floral Officer” and her Blossom costar Joey Lawrence, whose ABC Family comedy Melissa & Joey returns in May, is — apparently spraying for bees? Whatever, it allows him to wear a tank top and say, “Whoa,” so we’re good. Watch it below.

Regrettably, there is no Jenna von Oy cameo. (She’s expecting her first child in June, and Old Navy has a maternity line. Just sayin’…)  READ FULL STORY

'RuPaul's Drag Race' disqualified contestant speaks out: 'I wasn't caught doing anything'

Well, no one saw this one coming — except for maybe Willam herself.

“Will you please step forward?” RuPaul asked the controversial queen at the very end of last night’s new episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race, sending what should have been the routine elimination of Phi Phi O’Hara or Sharon Needles into a totally different — and weird — direction.


Happy Gratuitous Kardashian Skin-Peddling Day!

Jon who? Though currently embroiled in the most important semi-feud between two ridiculously attractive people since Sarah Hyland made fun of Lea Michele that one time in September, Kim Kardashian proved that she was totally over Jon Hamm by tweeting a smiley picture that gratuitously peddled her own hams. “Can’t sleep tonight…” was the winking caption she put on an Instagram photo boasting an impish grin that totally suggested the opposite. Who looks that happy when they’re suffering from sleep deprivation? I’m going to guess that Kim got at least seven hours last night.

Upon further research, evidence has emerged suggesting that Kim’s tweet was actually — get this — promotional. You see, the long-awaited Kardashian Kollection lingerie kollection has hit Sears, and the super-skintastic ad campaign was posted on sister Khloe’s website yesterday. “OMG how fab is this new ad for Kardashian Kollection lingerie?!?” Khloe wondered. “Nothing makes me feel sexier, plus it’s all so comfy! Killing two birds with one stone! LOL.” READ FULL STORY

'Fashion Star' series premiere: Who are these people?

Let’s be clear: this is not Project Runway. There are no catty moments in the workroom, no frantic trips to Mood, and sadly no Tim Gunn. In fact, just to prove how hip and unlike that other show Fashion Star is, we open with sparks, motorcycles, and a lingerie runway show. Host Elle McPherson saunters down the runway flanked by two lingerie-clad models. I’m sure she said something really riveting at the end of that commotion but all I heard was, “America, this is a commercial for the lingerie collection that made me a multimillionaire on a show that isn’t about me — but here, look now. Be amazed.” READ FULL STORY

'The Bachelor' finale: Courtney wears Cruella de Vil gloves to protect hands from ring, greasy scalp

Who wears long, black, stripper/serial killer gloves to get engaged?!? READ FULL STORY

Cate Blanchett on plastic surgery: 'It doesn’t fill me with admiration, it fills me with pity.'

Cate Blanchett isn’t willing to meet in the middle when it comes to the topic of plastic surgery. The au naturel Oscar-winning actress, who is currently filming The Hobbit, was asked the inevitable plastic surgery question during an interview with Fashionista.com and gave an answer that would bring a smile to any woman’s face. (Well, any woman’s face that is still capable of smiling, anyway.)

“There’s been a decade or so of people doing intervention with their face and their body. Now that we’re emerging from that people are seeing that long term, it’s not so great,” the 42-year-old — who has been put on People‘s Most Beautiful People list — said, adding, “I’m not sitting on a soapbox telling women what they should and shouldn’t do, but I know what works for me. I’d just be too frightened about what it means long term. In the end if you have all that stuff done… in the end you just see the work. It doesn’t fill me with admiration, it fills me with pity.”

'The Voice' battle: Adam Levine's ridiculous sweater vs. Christina Aguilera's redonkulous hat -- POLL

If you thought last night’s epic vocal contest between Anthony Evans and Jesse Campbell on Alicia Keys’ “If I Ain’t Got You” was the most memorable battle of the episode, you may not have been looking closely enough at Adam Levine’s frilly quasi-animal print grandpa sweater and Christina Aguilera’s absurd gem-studded fascinator. Both statement pieces were true winners and showed a lot of promise, but you know the rules: Only one can move on!

Vote for who won the REAL Voice battle here: READ FULL STORY

'RuPaul's Drag Race' week 6 query: Was Milan's lip-synching awful -- or genius?

They say the third time’s a charm. But that certainly wasn’t the case for Milan on last night’s new episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race, which — SPOILER ALERT — saw the Broadway- and oddly dude-tinged queen from NYC get the ol’ “sashay away” after her third week of lip-synching for her life in a row. Not charming!

And it should just be put out there: Gurl is a bad, bad, bad lip-syncher, and last night’s performance to Lady Gaga’s pride anthem “Born This Way” showed exactly why. And that was mostly because she ripped off both her top, exposing a bare man’s chest, and her wig. (She sure can do the splits, though.) Stripping down is nothing new for the main stage’s lip-synching-for-your-life showdowns, but there is sort of a feel of “been there, done that” when the wig-throwing starts now. And with all the disparaging comments Milan got from the judges about her drag being too “mannish,” it didn’t help her cause at all.

Or am I just not understanding Milan’s style of performing? Was it actually genius in some secret way?

The hilarious thing about the lip-synching last night was that Milan’s competitor in the bottom, Jiggly Caliente, was also God awful, but clearly, not as bad as Milan. (And don’t even get me started on what Jiggly did on the runway — that cape, really?!?) Honestly, it was a toss-up about who should have been sent packing. No doubt that Jiggly’s time is nearly up, too.


'RuPaul's Drag Race' week 5 query: Which queen did the best celebrity impersonation on 'The Snatch Game'? POLL!


The Snatch Game returns! Last night’s new episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race once again featured the fan-favorite challenge, which finds the competing queens dragging out their best celebrity impersonations for a rollicking riff on ’70s-80s game show staple The Match Game. As we’ve seen in the past, the challenge can be a star-making turn for the gals who get it right: Both Pandora Boxx and Stacey Layne Matthews cleaned up on the past two seasons by serving up delightfully fierce versions of Carol Channing and Precious, respectively.

The fact that Chad Michaels took home the crown for the evening was basically a foregone conclusion — girl has been shilling her Cher impersonation since she walked through the door in the season premiere. I don’t think any of the queens thought they had a chance at beating her. Despite that, though, I thought there were several other stellar celeb impersonations, namely from Sharon Needles as Michelle Visage; Willam as Jessica Simpson; and Dida Ritz as Wendy Williams. (And several bad. Notably, Beyoncé by Kenya Michaels, who was mercifully shown the door at the end of the episode.)

Sharon proved shrewd by doing Drag Race judge Michelle — but it was risky, too, since it could have easily blown up in her face. Willam committed to playing Simpson as super stupid and scored. And Dida showed smarts for choosing someone — talk show host Williams — with such an iconic speaking voice and catchphrase in, “How you doin’?”

So, I’m asking you to choose between Chad and those other three ladies — Sharon, Willam, and Dida. Whose impersonation was best? Vote in our poll below:


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