Lindsay Lohan Shreds Dress, Stylist Phillip Bloch Would Love To Work With Her Again, Career Will Perish
Lindsay Lohan appeared in the news again on Thursday, when reports surfaced that a couture dress she borrowed for amFAR’s New York event a few weeks ago was returned literally cut into pieces.
According to Lohan, the Theia gown, which was loaned to her “in good faith”, ripped accidentally so she borrowed scissors from a bouncer and chopped off the bottom half of it.
Sure, Linds… because that’s always my first plan of action upon accidentally damaging a piece of clothing that doesn't belong to me; haphazardly hacking it into a high-low mini-dress.
Phillip Bloch, who styled the aging starlet for the event, corroborated her story and remarked that despite the incident, he would “definitely work with her again.” Also adding, “I would just lay down some ground rules and do my best to make sure it never happens again.” Yeah dude, good call. And godspeed on the rest of your styling career.
With a hemline as erratic as her personal life, let’s all just be glad that Lindsay’s clothing line never got off the ground.
Written by: AmandaRae
Jeez. Simmer down, CBS. What year is this, anyway?
Check out the missile (old-timey words are in order) sent out to The Grammy Awards attendees from the Butt Cheek and Side Boob Malitia:
CBS Program Practices advises that all talent appearing on camera please adhere to Network policy concerning wardrobe.
Please be sure that buttocks and female breasts are adequately covered. Thong type costumes are problematic. Please avoid exposing bare fleshy under curves of the buttocks and buttock crack. Bare sides or under curvature of the breasts is also problematic. Please avoid sheer see-through clothing that could possibly expose female breast nipples. Please be sure the genital region is adequately covered so that there is no visible “puffy” bare skin exposure. Please avoid commercial identification of actual brand name products on T-shirts. Foreign language on wardrobe will need to be cleared. OBSCENITY OR PARTIALLY SEEN OBSCENITY ON WARDROBE IS UNACCEPTABLE FOR BROADCAST. This as well, pertains to audience members that appear on camera. Finally, The Network requests that any organized cause visibly spelled out on talent’s wardrobe be avoided. This would include lapel pins or any other form of accessory.
I'm cringing at the word "puffy". Ew. Why not just use the equally gross term "camel toe"? Also? Where are the references to the male peen bulge (See: Jon Hamm-Roll)? I'm finding this entire statement by CBS incredibly sexist.
I love Bruno Mars...a LOT. I just think that if we're headed back to the days of Elvis on The Ed Sullivan Show, it should be IN WRITING for everyone. MEN, included!
Ugh. TMZ is reporting that gunshots were rang out after Rick Ross and Young Jeezy argued and shoved each other backstage at the BET Hip Hop Awards taping.
"According to our sources, Ross and Jeezy exchanged words backstage and started pushing and shoving each other. We're told BET security and bodyguards for each of the rappers eventually separated the two.
Our sources on the scene say that after the fight had been broken up, a member of Rick Ross' entourage pulled out a gun while in the parking lot and shots were fired. It is unclear if the man was arrested.
We're told Jeezy and Ross are still at the awards, which are being taped tonight in Atlanta and air next month. "
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Oh, Madonna. Always trying to one-up yourself...or lately, Lady Gaga. Here's Madge, in Tel Aviv, Israel, forpitysake, force-feeding Nazi images down the throats of concert-goers last night, with her dancers and a video (?) of her singing "Nobody Knows Me".
Go watch it...then we'll chat.
Is Madonna trying too hard to be oh, so controversial (again)? Is she taking on more than she should in terms of ugly political history and then attempting to combine the message with a very narcissistic lyric about being personally misunderstood? I don't know. All of the above? Yes, I appreciate the fact she put faces with names of young men who felt bullied and ultimately committed suicide (which Lady Gaga has been doing for a couple of years), as well as the pro-gay marriage aspect of the piece. I wonder, though, if she really understands what the beliefs of the folks who are considered the 99% and just what exactly they stand for with their demonstrations. I'm puzzled.
I don't think all "causes" can be lumped into one heap of imagery--particularly when it's coming from a woman who felt the need to scream "I'm IMMORTAL--She's not ME!" in reference to Lady Gaga's single, "Born This Way". (I do, however, find it amusing that Madge actually sings Gaga's song of empowerment along with her own "Express Yourself". Honey, it's old news. We all know the songs sound similar, we all love them both--take it as a compliment and move ON already. The rest of us have.)
The whole Hitler/Nazi crap made me cringe--particularly because of the venue. I think more time should have been spent on "knowing one's audience", as the saying goes. Listen, I'm the first one in line for freedom of speech; but I also feel a certain amount of sensitivity should have been considered in this case. (I realize that last sentence sounds completely inane since it's Madonna we're discussing.)