What do we learn watching the clip below from this Sunday’s MythBusters showing Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman sporting 4-inch stilettos to test the myth that certain types of footwear can inhibit driving to the point where it becomes dangerous? That someone needs to make a gif of Adam doing a Dukes of Hazzard-style hood slide — his balance on the landing is truly impressive. READ FULL STORY
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You read that headline right, Drag Race fans: RuPaul pulled a fast one on the queens — and the show’s rabid viewership — by shockingly announcing on tonight’s season 4 finale of the reality competition that she would not be crowning America’s Next Drag Superstar. Chad Michaels, Phi Phi O’Hara, and Sharon Needles all remain in the competition…for now.
“Ladies, I’ve made my decisions,” RuPaul said, with all the drama in the world, just as she was about to reveal her choice on the runway. “Chad Michaels, Phi Phi O’Hara, Sharon Needles, the winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race, America’s Next Drag Superstar is…going to be announced next week on RuPaul’s Drag Race Reunited.” (Note: EW will be on the scene for the reunion, which is taping Wednesday evening in Los Angeles, and will share all the details will you in time.)
Confession: I still haven’t watched the season two finale of Happy Endings. I know, I know! But before you judge me, it’s not because I don’t love the series! I’m just trying to delay the summer separation with my favorite new Friends for as long as I possibly can.
The only good thing about this break? It gives me plenty of time to respond to your questions (I received quite a few after last week’s Style Hunter post on Alex’s graphic-tee) about various looks on the show. See my finds below… READ FULL STORY
It’s common knowledge that Disney has set an unrealistically high standard for love. (Guys, you might as well give up now if you don’t wear epaulets and dress like a medieval socialite). But did you know that Disney has also set an unrealistically high standard for beauty!? Of course you did. Because girls who aren’t perfectly coiffed princesses will never know happiness, obviously, unless they match the unrealistic hotness of the girls in this new photo series featuring Disney’s would-be royalty in real life.
I present to you, PopWatchers, an amalgamation of various Disney princess representations from all over the kingdom (read: the Internet). Across the realm, people are lambasting these same characters that simultaneously entertain and infuriate (like that pretty girl in high school who you loved and hated, or that sandwich that’s equal parts delicious and deceptively fattening). Whether you love or loathe them, I promise that this list will challenge what you thought you thought about Disney’s most famous broads:
Google announces 'Project Glass': At last, the virtual reality cyborg glasses we've been dreaming of!
Remember when Google announced that they had a super-top-secret technology laboratory that was going to finally invent the exciting future promised to us by Back to the Future Part II, as opposed to the annoyingly smartphone-infested Philip K. Dick-esque future we currently inhabit? Well, the company has finally started to follow through on the promise of Google X, thanks to a just-revealed piece of juicy tech couture. “Project Glass,” aka “The Google Glasses,” which looks like a fashion-forward version of Geordi La Forge’s visor and allows the user to view the world in RoboCop Vision. Using an Augmented Reality system, the glasses basically appear to function as a smartphone-free smartphone. The company just posted a demo video which shows all the fun things you can do with Google Glasses: Receive email, make phone calls, check in to food trucks, take pictures, agree to meet your weird friend Paul at the bookstore, loudly yell out “Where is the music section!?” in the middle of said bookstore, and keep track of exactly how far away from the bookstore Paul is while you’re presumably planning to strangle him or something. READ FULL STORY
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.
Dying to find something you spotted on TV or in a movie? Email firstname.lastname@example.org and visit the Pop Style area of EW.com to see what we’ve found.
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