She loves a good party as much as the next gal, and Iggy Azalea had a blast before her gig in Nevada on Wednesday (October 29).
The “Fancy” rapper was booked to play the Victoria’s Secret Pink Nation Crazy for Campus Bash at the University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) and she hammed it up with models Elsa Hosk and Rachel Hilbert prior to hitting the stage.
The Victoria’s Secret Pink Nation Crazy for Campus Bash selected UNLV as the winner from among 99 other colleges that applied for consideration.
Meanwhile, the lingerie brand’s annual fashion show is slated to take over London on December 9th and broadcast on the CBS Network.
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Gearing up for the November 5th theatrical release, Paramount Pictures just unveiled the first clip from the much-anticipated flick “Interstellar.”
The sci-fi thriller stars Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Chastain, John Lithgow and Casey Affleck, all under the direction of Christopher Nolan.
Per the synopsis, “This is the story of a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage.”
“Interstellar” will release in a variety of formats including 70mm and 35mm film as well as 70mm IMAX film.
She’s always up for a promotional opportunity and on Wednesday (October 29) Bethenny Frankel popped up at ABC Lincoln Center Studios in New York City.
Sporting a sleeveless black ensemble, the Skinnygirl mogul was in the house for an interview on the popular daytime talk show “The View,” and her fans provided the warmest of welcomes.
Bethenny recently signed on to rejoin the cast of “The Real Housewives of New York,” and so far “it just feels fresh and new, which is kind of representative of where I am in my personal life, which feels fresh and new.”
As for her biggest mistakes, Frankel told press, “Not going with my gut in my personal life versus my professional life and not being able to be really honest about seeing the big picture and the road ahead….with myself.”
Making the cross-country journey from Los Angeles, Kanye West showed up on the streets of New York City on Wednesday afternoon (October 29).
The “No Church in the Wild” rapper, who attended the Los Angeles Lakers basketball game with wife Kim Kardashian the previous evening, seemed to be in good spirits as he made his Manhattan rounds, sporting a grey sweater and jeans.
In career news, Kanye was offered $4.5 million to perform a nine-concert Las Vegas residency at the Axis at Planet Hollywood and he turned it down.
Apparently, Mr. West feels he’s worth more than $500,000 per show, though Britney Spears has only received $475,000 per gig thus far.
Proving that she’s much more than just a super-hot singer/dancer, Shakira just announced a new collection of cute and colorful toys for Fisher-Price.
Under the First Steps moniker, the six-piece range includes a soft soccer ball that plays music in addition to several other developmental playthings.
Shakira stated, “When it comes to baby’s development, the early years are the most important. Each play experience is an opportunity for baby to learn about the world around them.”
Additionally, the “Hips Don’t Lie” songstress has a new 12-part web series on her adventures in motherhood on the way. “Having a baby helps you focus on what’s really important. By playing, we learn so much about our baby and ourselves.”
In addition to promoting her new “Not That Kind Of Girl” book, Lena Dunham is also leading the charge to get more young ladies involved in the political process.
The “Girls” star is featured in a new video for the “Women are Watching” campaign, premiering exclusively on Glamour.com.
Lena explained, “We hear a lot about how apathetic our millennial youth are, but that just hasn’t been my experience. My friends—as well as the young women I met on my book tour, who are friends now too—have so much joy, anger, hunger for change…. I want us to show up at the polls in record numbers, to show that we won’t stand for attacks on women and their rights, that we recognize our power to shape the future.”
And she’s glad to have Glamour on board- “I love how Glamour is clear and bold about their politics. The Glamour Women of the Year Awards have been extremely inspiring for me a few years in a row. I love how they are constantly redefining what a women’s magazine can be.”