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Style Hunter: 'Gossip Girl' makeup tutorial

I know we don’t usually do makeup tutorials on Style Hunter, but when I got this exclusive Gossip Girl how-to gem I just couldn’t resist. After all, who wouldn’t want to spruce up à la Blair Waldorf before heading out for a night on the town with their very own Chuck Bass. (Or would it be Dan? I just can’t decide anymore).

Though the show has been long lauded for its designer apparel, it takes a skilled hand and an even sharper eye to make sure the makeup stays on par with the ever-changing styles. That credit goes to GG head-makeup artist, Amy Tagliamonti, who recently teamed up with the beauty company, Birchbox, to curate a set of products inspired by the show.

In the video below, Tagliamonti demonstrates how to create a day-to-night look worthy of a Waldorf or a van der Woodsen, with a little help from resident GG mean girl Alice Callaghan (who plays Jessica on the show).

Seems easy enough right? Now, BRB while I totally botch recreate what she did in time for tonight’s episode. READ FULL STORY

It's Monday night at 8 p.m.: What are YOU watching? -- POLL

It’s time to cuddle up on the couch and cure that case of the Mondays. What’s your go-to? The coveted 8 p.m. ET power hour (or two in the case of Dancing With the Stars and The Voice) has everything: pretty people scheming on Gossip Girl, rascally teens getting up to no good on The Secret Life of the American Teenager, a newborn on Bones (they’re the cutest!), not to mention the aforementioned reality TV mammoths.

So, pop quiz, PopWatchers: We’re talking live, real-time TV watching. There’s a bomb in your computer, and it will detonate if you don’t tell us where your remote lands on Monday night at 8 p.m.* What do you do? What do you do?! READ FULL STORY

'Glee' winter cliffhanger: Where does it stack up against other [SPOILERS!]?

If you haven’t seen last night’s Glee, then you better put this post aside, lest you stumble upon a SPOILER ALERT! If you already watched the winter finale, “On My Way,” then click through to discuss some other shows that have used a similar plot device to raise the stakes. So what tension-inducing turnabout did the Gleeks endure last night? It was… READ FULL STORY

Gossip Girl revealed: Where were the clues?

Did you see it coming, Gossip Girl fans? For all who haven’t yet watched last night’s 100th episode of The CW’s UEStravaganza, read no further, as there will be SPOILERS aplenty. Obviously, there was a major sea change in Blair’s emotional and romantic life, but the big headline was the reveal of Gossip Girl herself. The scandal blogger’s identity has been hotly debated and speculated on for more than four years now, but it took a landmark episode for producers Joshua Safran and Stephanie Savage (who spoke with EW’s own Shaunna Murphy about last night’s ep) to finally relent and unmask the person behind all the texts, blasts, and video revelations. And it was…


PopWatch Planner: Madonna is everywhere, Clooney is everywhere, and change your password! xoxo

Even if the groundhog sees his shadow on Thursday and winter sticks around, awards season is still heating up. Tonight’s Screen Actors Guild awards will honor the industry’s best — and feature some of Hollywood’s hottest names. Later this week, Super Bowl madness begins, starting with Lenny Kravitz at the NFL Honors on Saturday and running straight through to a halftime show starring Madonna and LMFAO that’s sure to blow Indianapolis away. We’ve got all the info on the week for your pop culture needs. xoxo, EW.

SAG Awards, TNT and TBS (8 p.m./7 p.m. Central, live on the West Coast at 5 p.m.)

With the lead actor’s race in hot contention, the annual Screen Actors Guild awards are a clash of the (heartthrob) titans this year, as George Clooney, Brad Pitt, and Leonardo DiCaprio are all up for the prize. Check back to EW.com for the winners and on-the-scene updates later tonight! READ FULL STORY

'Gossip Girl' react: Will Chuck save the day (by ruining it)?

The countdown to the royal wedding is on, Gossipers! And, let’s be clear, no one really wants this to happen, right? Let’s take a survey: If you like Louis, please stand up. Well, since this is the Interwebs — the land of convenient thoughts — I’m going to assume you’re sitting. Great.

Now, since we’ve gotten that straight, I think the big question here is how this wedding between Blair and Prince Louis will not happen. Not IF it won’t happen. HOW. Call it a sixth sense — but I’d really prefer if you call it common sense. After all, the pieces to an impending wedding disaster are all there. READ FULL STORY

EW’s Bite of the Night for Monday, Nov. 21, 2011

We at EW scoured the TV line-up last night to find the best one-liners from your favorite shows. Even though Blair Waldorf’s bridal shower was in the works on Gossip Girl, life on the Upper East Side was certainly not a party. Somewhere between a society-crashing leak and Blair’s potentially revived feelings for Chuck Bass, the headbandit managed to get in a cheeky movie reference. Which 2012 Oscar hopeful merited a Queen B shout-out? Read on…


Read more:
EW’s Bite of the Night for Sunday, Nov. 20, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Thursday, Nov. 17, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2011

EW's Bite of the Night for Monday, Nov. 7, 2011

We at EW scoured the TV line-up last night to find the best one-liners from your favorite shows. What better way to start the week than with a cocktail of cutthroat competition, mean-girling, and survival of the fittest? And we’re not talking Dancing With the Stars, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, or Terra Nova. Last night’s winner came straight from Gossip Girl‘s Upper East Side. See which socialite soundbite we picked below…

Read more:
EW’s Bite of the Night for Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011

'Gossip Girl': Did last night's final Chuck scene bring you to tears?

The Gossip Girl writers knew exactly what they were doing last night when they closed their episode with a scene in which a heartbroken Chuck Bass cried with an adorable dog next to him. They wanted us to feel bad for him — and possibly cry along with him. Well, mission accomplished.

Admittedly, I had mixed feelings about Chuck at the end of last season. He was spinning out of control and was rapidly losing every ounce of charm he once had. But in last night’s episode, Dan’s Operation Make Chuck Feel was kicked into high-gear with the introduction of Monkey, a straggly old dog who makes up for what he lacks in reproductive organs with puppy love. Precious. And despite Chuck’s original reaction to the pooch (disgust!) it’s clear Monkey has grown on him. Dan Humphrey, you’re a secret genius. READ FULL STORY

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