Miley Cyrus Reveals the One Thing She Absolutely Needed at Her Wedding

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Before Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth finally tied the knot late last year, a decade after they first met on the set of the film The Last Song, the bride had…

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The Voice Cast for Netflix’s The Dark Crystal Prequel Series Is Absolutely Nuts

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Tarek El Moussa Explains How Flip or Flop Is “Absolutely Different” Following Christina Split

Christina El Moussa, Tarek El Moussa, Flip or FlopFlipping houses gets a little bit more complicated when exes are involved.
As fans prepare for the return of HGTV’s Flip or Flop this Thursday, many are curious to see what cameras…

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Roseanne Stars Gush About the One Thing That Absolutely Couldn’t Change in the Revival: The Couch

RoseanneWhen you ask fans of Roseanne what they remember most from the beloved sitcom’s nine year run on ABC, you’ll probably hear one of the following: The legendary Halloween episodes, the…

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Emma Stone Imagines a World Where ‘Everyone Is Absolutely Equal’ at ‘Battle of the Sexes’ Premiere

Love and equality reigned supreme at Regency Village Theatre Saturday night, where stars, athletes, and tennis fanatics alike united for the Los Angeles premiere of “Battle of the Sexes.” “[I hope we] come to a place where it doesn’t matter what gender you are, it doesn’t matter what race you are, it doesn’t matter what… Read more »

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Tina Fey Absolutely Destroys Nazis, Trump And Paul Ryan While Eating A Sheet Cake

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John Oliver Has Absolutely Had It With Anti-Vaxxers

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The Originals Season 4 Finale Was Absolutely Filled with Emotional Goodbyes

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The Vamps And Conor Maynard Absolutely Slay This ‘Shape Of You’ Sing-Off

Conor Maynard and The Vamps just got together for the most epic sing-off to Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You,” and we can’t stop replaying the video. 

Their remix of Sheeran’s hit features lines from all your pop favorites like Shawn Mendes’ “Mercy” and Sia’s “Cheap Thrills.” They even threw in some epic throwbacks like TLC’s “No Scrubs,” Beyoncé’s “Baby Boy,” and Sean Paul’s “Temperature.”

 Witness the epic singing battle and let us know who you think won.

Honestly, we think it’s a tie.

Our favorite part is at 2:19 when Brad Simpson sings Conor Maynard’s “Are You Sure?” and then Maynard reciprocates with The Vamps’ “All Night.”

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The Trick to the Best Super Bowl Party Is to Invite Absolutely No One

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John Travolta Has Absolutely No Interest In Watching Leah Remini’s Scientology Series

John Travolta is definitely “not interested” in watching Leah Remini’s Scientology docuseries. 

The actor, who just earned a Golden Globe nomination for his role as Robert Shapiro on “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” recently told E! News why he won’t be tuning in to A&E’s “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath” anytime soon

The actor said Scientology has “been nothing but helpful to me for 40 years, through all my losses of my mother, my girlfriend, my son. They’ve never left my side, so why would I want buy into something that’s not what I feel?”

Still, Travolta had nothing bad to say about Remini, but did admit he was “kind of” surprised she decided to make the series. 

“As long as I get to still do it and my family gets to do it, I’m happy,” he said. 

For her part, Remini has called Travolta “one of the nicest, sweetest people you’re ever going to meet” while speaking with E! last month. At the time, the actress told the outlet she wasn’t expecting Travolta or fellow high-profile Scientology member Tom Cruise to reach out about the show. 

Since leaving the controversial organization in 2013, Remini has also written a confessional memoir and participated in a Reddit AMA in which she held nothing back while talking about her experiences within the Church of Scientology. 

In response to Remini’s comments against Scientology, especially in regards to the docuseries, the church reportedly set up a website titled Leah Remini: Aftermath — After Money to discredit the actress’ claims about abuse and harassment within the group. 

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21 Genius Gifts College Students Will Absolutely Love

The holiday season is upon us and it’s almost winter break for college students! You know what that means? It’s time to start shopping. Not to worry though, we put together the perfect gift guide for college kids.

Whether they’re redecorating their dorm, on the hunt for the perfect mini fridge, or throwing the ultimate graduation party, we have you covered. Our personal favorite item? The pizza pouch. You’ll thank us later.

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These Pre-Fame Pictures Of Emily Ratajkowski Leave Absolutely Nothing To The Imagination

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The Photos From Chanel’s Show In Cuba Are Absolutely Dreamy

Chanel continuously pushes the boundaries when it comes to its runway shows. But now, its all-mighty leader Karl Lagerfeld has literally crossed a boundary few of us in the United States can say we’ve crossed: He debuted Chanel’s 2017 Cruise Collection in Havana, Cuba. 

With the imminent change in rules and regulations over travel to Cuba from the U.S., it was only a matter of time before someone Lagerfeld pulled a move like this. While traveling there is still out of the realm of possibility for many, some, like beloved fashion site The Coveteur, got to experience it first hand. 

The website’s co-founders Jake Rosenberg and Stephanie Mark were on-site for the exclusive, dreamy event, capturing scenes from Havana’s beautiful surroundings and the show itself, which they explained had “essentially taken over an entire city plaza.” 

There were colorful cars! Mojitos and lemonade! Tilda Swinton! And arguably most shocking of all: Lagerfeld in an uncharacteristically colorful outfit.

Check out all the dreaminess below, and to see more head to The Coveteur

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Why the Word SIMPLE Tells Me Absolutely Nothing About What You Want for Your Wedding – A Rant

SIMPLE is probably my least favorite word in the bridal vocabulary. What does it mean when a bride says she wants a SIMPLE wedding? That tells me absolutely nothing. I’m a wedding planner, not a psychic! 2016-04-26-1461699237-4796847-110813_SandyMalonePortraits201640x427.jpg

Just so we’re all clear on this, Merriam-Webster explains the word SIMPLE as having three primary definitions:

Not hard to understand or do
Having few parts, not complex or fancy
Not special or unusual

I have never met a bride or groom who didn’t want their wedding to be “special,” and regardless of what kind of wedding the couple chooses, rarely will it have “few parts” and be “not hard” to do. But even if the true definition of SIMPLE is what the bride and groom want, the word still tells me absolutely nothing about their vision of their wedding day.

To make sure I wasn’t missing something, I dug a little deeper for the extended definition of the word SIMPLE:

Free from guile
Free from vanity
Free from ostentation or display
Of humble origin or modest position
Lacking in knowledge or expertise
Stupid
Not socially or culturally sophisticated

You get my point now, right? SIMPLE is probably the most overused word in weddings, while at the same time, its definition absolutely, positively does not apply to what the bride and groom are describing. A wedding is a “display” of your love, although it doesn’t have to be ostentatious. And nobody wants their wedding to be considered “not socially or culturally sophisticated” even if they’re DIYing every part of it! And let’s not pretend there’s not a little vanity in mind. Otherwise, brides wouldn’t spend so much on wedding gowns, shoes, hair and makeup. Your wedding day is one of the only days you’re allowed to be vain without feeling bad about it!

I believe most couples use the word SIMPLE when they mean easy and low stress – but wedding planners have to figure out what they’re describing. Some couples mean they’re not going to do fancy décor, or invite a lot of people. Telling a wedding planner that you want a SIMPLE wedding doesn’t give them enough information to estimate a budget or give you recommendations. Using a non-descriptive word like SIMPLE when talking about a wedding does a massive disserve to the couple and their vendors.

Some brides and grooms use the word SIMPLE as a synonym for inexpensive, and that’s not usually true. In fact, sometimes the things that look like the simplest choices are actually quite time-consuming and expensive to execute.

There’s a better way to describe what you need and want for your wedding to your vendors, and it involves using a LOT of adjectives.

  • When you start planning your wedding, think about what you really want in terms of details for your big day. Think color, texture, vibe – and write those things down. Do you have a particular theme in mind? Whether it’s a “Frozen” Winter Wonderland, or a tropical island paradise, the theme will dictate some of the colors you use, and style of display.
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  • Do you want a lot of candlelight? Or elaborate flower arrangements? Or both? How do you picture the lighting – will fairy lights on the tent and in the trees suffice, or do you want to create a more vintage feel with the bulbs of Italian lights strung throughout your event? For a modern wedding, you’ll probably want colorful uplighting, and maybe some designs. Nowadays, you can have pretty much anything you want, as long as you can afford it. The more elaborate you get, the more expensive it will be.
  • Use pictures to show what you like. It doesn’t have to be a picture of what you want exactly. It’s fine to say “this is the cake I want, except I don’t want the designs on the sides,” or “just like this but with three tiers, stripes on two tiers, and sugar flowers in more colors.” For choosing flowers, you can show your florist three different bouquets and explain that you like the colors in one, the shape of another, and the way the stems are wrapped in the third. A good wedding vendor will tell you what they need to do to create the look you want for your wedding day based on everything you show them.
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  • Consider the way you want your guests to feel at your wedding. Do you want things to feel very formal? Or do you prefer a more relaxed atmosphere with less structure? These are the things that will help determine whether you do a seated/plated meal with place cards, or a free for all with food stations that stay open for an extended period while your guests dance, mix, and mingle. Tell your caterer what you have in mind so they can recommend the best food options for your budget and vision.
  • Music plays a big role in the event, too. Tell your wedding planner what kind of wedding reception you want to have. For a party feel, you have to play party music. You’ll probably want something lower key during cocktails and dinner, but maybe not if you’re doing stations instead of asking all your guests to be seated at one time. A live band can do a lot to reinforce a theme – calypso music for something tropical or zydeco for a Mardi Gras celebration, for example – but you can do the same with a DJ as long as you create a fantastic playlist. Remember to choose songs your guests will want to dance to or the party won’t get started easily. Ask your wedding planner for suggestions. If you can’t afford live music all night, maybe you can afford a guitar trio or jazz quartet for cocktails and dinner, and then switch it up later in the evening.

Some couples are crazy-easy to work with because they’re super descriptive about their wants and needs. We did a neon wedding for two brides, and even dyed the flowers. Another bride wore a fantastic designer gown with a skirt that lit up when the reception started, and the lights went down, so we created a light-themed wedding reception with black lights, glow necklaces, glasses and bracelets. And I’ve tied enough burlap and lace around vases for “vintage” weddings that I could do it with my eyes closed.

Your wedding planner and wedding vendors want you to be happy on your wedding day, and that means we have to deliver as promised and help you execute your own vision of your big day. We don’t have crystal balls – although I wish we did. We can’t read your mind. If you want something, you have to tell us about it. Describe what you have in mind, and send us pictures if you have them. A wedding planner’s ability to create your dream wedding depends, first and foremost, on your ability to explain what kind of wedding you want, in detail.

Until next time, happy wedding planning from Sandy Malone Weddings & Events!

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Inside Google’s Plan to Make VR Amazing for Absolutely, Positively Everyone

Inside Google’s Plan to Make VR Amazing for Absolutely, Positively Everyone

Make no mistake: Google’s interest in VR goes far beyond Cardboard. The post Inside Google’s Plan to Make VR Amazing for Absolutely, Positively Everyone appeared first on WIRED.
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Prepare to Wear Fall’s Most Stylish Flats Absolutely Everywhere

This fall, make some space in your closet for the most versatile shoe you’ll ever own: the pointed-toe flat. The look is polished enough for a cocktail party, works for the office, and makes for a chic, unexpected accent when paired with always-casual boyfriend jeans. See our styling tips for every situation below and prepare to fall in love.

For the office:
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If flats tend to feel too casual for your office, rejoice. Done in an office-appropriate neutral hue, the strong pointy toe is formal enough to work with pencil skirts and skinny trousers.

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Styling a party-ready outfit doesn’t mean you have to teeter around on stilettos all evening. Instead, try a pointed-toe flat with extra after-hours flare like studs or straps.

For a casual weekend:
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The perfect finishing touch to a laid-back fall uniform of leather and denim is the walk-everywhere flat. This fall, try on a pointed style with laces that start near the toe and wrap straight up the ankle.

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These Comics Absolutely Nail Why We Still Need Feminism

Cartoons and humor make a good pair. Add a side of feminism and you get Rebecca Cohen’s spot-on illustrations.

The cartoonist, who lives in Berkeley, Calif., spreads a feminist message on her Tumblr with illustrations that are both comedic and relatable.

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Cohen explained that her blend of cartoons, comedy and feminism grabs people’s attention and helps break down the stereotypes she’s encountered.

“Feminists get a bad rap as having no sense of humor, and I want to counter that image,” she said in an email to The Huffington Post.

Cohen is also the mind behind Gyno-Star, a female superhero she invented in high school who fights “the forces of evil and male chauvinism.”

Though the cartoons have an obvious layer of humor, Cohen’s work takes on serious issues women face, such as sexual assault. She also uses her work to highlight women making a difference. One of her recent cartoons, for instance, features Bree Newsome, the woman who took down the Confederate flag in South Carolina.

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As for her feminist influences, Cohen looks to activists. She also finds inspiration in the “amazing network of feminists online.”

“Hearing from trans women and women of color and women with disabilities and women who live their lives at all these different intersections of oppression — that has hugely influenced and expanded the way I think about feminism,” she said.

Aside from this supportive community, Cohen said she’s gotten her share of hate for her work. “Just read my Twitter mentions,” she said. But no comment, tweet or message will stand in her way.

“If someone wants to look me in the eye and tell me that all people have the same rights and opportunities and nobody in this country is facing discrimination, they’re welcome to try.”

See below for more of Cohen’s illustrations and support her work through Patreon.

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The Most Popular Bridesmaid Dresses Across the U.S.—and One Style That’s Loved Absolutely Everywhere

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Absolutely Fabulous: The Complete Series 2 (DVD)

Absolutely Fabulous: The Complete Series 2 (DVD)


Starring: Jennifer Saunders, Joanna Lumley, June Whitfield, Julia Sawalha, Jane Horrocks.

Directed by: Bob Spiers.

The complete second series of Absolutely Fabulous, in super-slinky DVD format – compact enough to fit into even the most petite Prada pouch.

Hospital – "Goodbye ageing obscurity and Hello! magazine", Patsy’s got a week to look 35 for the photos – cue a trip to hospital for a face peel and eye rejuvenation.

Death – Edina’s father is dead. But is it art?

Morocco – Sex, drugs and shopping – Marakesh proves to be a busman’s holiday for Edina and Patsy.

New Best Friend – Lacroix and baby spew just don’t mix. Eddie’s old friends are immersed in the "no fun baby world" and her minimalism has been replaced with mess.

Poor – Harrods have stopped delivering and Saffy’s sent Patsy and Eddie off to the supermarket – whatever that is. Things are at a crisis point – Eddie’s going to be poor!

Birth – Is the queen of tofu getting a life? Saffy’s top button is undone and Eddie’s armed with her Cosmo Sex Quiz, ready for some mother and daughter bonding.

DVD Extras: 15 minutes of out-takes. Photo gallery.
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Unbelievably Good Deals and Great Adventures That You Absolutely Can’t Get Unless You’re Over 50

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"A bible for bargain buffs" –"New Choices," . "One of the most-thumbed volumes on my desk. A fantastic piece of research." –Betsy Wade, "New York Times," . "Great tips for the over-50–but not over the hill–crowd." –"Chicago Tribune," . "Those who fit the bill will find this trove of packages, discounts, and special tours invaluable." –"Travel and Leisure," . "The best single source of good deals for seniors." –"Selling to Seniors," . If you’re over 50, you’re entitled to the BIGGEST bargains, BEST deals, and BOLDEST vacations of your life. In fact, there are hundreds of amazing discounts that can save you a fortune on everything from golf to globetrotting. They are all here in this fully updated edition of "Unbelievably Good Deals and Great Adventures That You Absolutely Can’t Get Unless You’re Over 50,." . . Save up to 70 percent on airfare and vacations . Discover America at discount rates or go abroad on a budget . Get 10 to 50 percent off your favorite hotels and inns . Take free classes and almost-free courses . Cut 5 to 25 percent off car rentals and train tickets . Save a bundle on shopping, taxes, insurance . . . and so much more . . . .
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New – Now bigger and better than ever, this revised guide to saving money and having fun is packed with up-to-date information on hundreds of travel bargains, discount shopping sources, tuition specials, transportation savings–for airlines, trains, car rentals, and buses–recreational opportunities, over-50 organizations, and more.

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New – Now bigger and better than ever, this revised guide to saving money and having fun is packed with up-to-date information on hundreds of travel bargains, discount shopping sources, tuition specials, transportation savings–for airlines, trains, car rentals, and buses–recreational opportunities, over-50 organizations, and more.

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“Heilman is the leading expert on the senior-discount front” –Money Adviser, Consumer Reports If you’re over 50, you’re entitled to the BIGGEST bargains, BEST deals, and BOLDEST vacations of your life. In fact, there are hundreds of amazing discounts that can save you a fortune on everything from golfing to globetrotting. And you don’t have to access the Internet to get them-they are all here at your fingertips in Unbelievably Good Deals and Great Adventures That You Absolutely Can’t Get Unless You’re Over 50 . Take this wherever you go and save money! Discover America at discount rates or go abroad on a budget Take a trip exclusively for 50-plus adventurers Save up to 50 percent off of hotel accommodations Take free classes and almost-free courses Choose walking trips, bike tours, golf vacations, ski adventures, and whitewater rafting trips designed just for you Get breaks on trains, buses, and car rentals Save a bundle on shopping, taxes, insurance . . . and so much more! “One of the most-thumbed volumes on my desk. A fantastic piece of research.” — New York Times “Great tips for the over-50–but not over the hill–crowd.” — Chicago Tribune “Those who fit the bill will find this trove of packages, discounts, and special tours invaluable.” — Travel and Leisure “The best single source of good deals for seniors.” — Selling to Seniors
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Confirmation: Dressing Kate Middleton is Absolutely as Amazing as You’d Think

When I got to sneak backstage after Friday’s Zimmermann show to talk to the designer, you know what I had on my must-ask-about list: Kate Middleton. The duchess put the Australian label firmly on the map when she wore its crisp white eyelet dress Down Under last April.

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“That definitely would have been one of the biggest things that’s happened to us in 20 years of business,” designer Nicky Zimmermann told me with a grin. “It affected our parents, our family. Everybody loved it! If you’re Australian, British royalty is a big deal and it meant a lot to a lot of people. She’s the epitome of a sophisticated, beautiful young woman, and we are massive fans.”

Nicky was on holiday with her fam when Kate decided to wear the frock (typically designers and brands have no idea that a major celeb is going to wear a piece until they’re out and being photographed).

“I was walking through caves with my children with no communication,” she said when I asked when and where she found out. “I got back to the house and every person that I was with, their phones were going berserk. We flipped on the news and ‘Kate Middleton Wears Zimmermann on Manly Beach’ was the title.”

Ahh! I can’t even imagine how thrilling that moment must have been.

If you’re wondering what Kate could wear from the just-debuted fall collection, I’m one step ahead of you.

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I’d love to see her in this multi-colored gown. The ruffles at the shoulders and voluminous skirt moved so beautifully on the runway, I’m sure the magic would be repeated on a red carpet or stepping out of one of the monarchy’s cars.

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The neckline of this suede beauty is a little too low for Kate, but I think she’d look fantastic in it.

Could you see Kate in either of these fall designs? Ever wondered how crazy exciting it must be to realize that someone so famous is wearing something you created?





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Jennifer Saunders Confirms ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ Film Script

Iconic British sitcom “Absolutely Fabulous” may return in 2015.

Speaking to the U.K.’s Daily Mirror, creator and star of the series Jennifer Saunders said she had recently completed a first draft of a script for a film adaptation to be titled “Edina and Patsy.”

“My proper New Year’s resolution is to do the film, otherwise it’ll be a pointless year of procrastination,” she reportedly said.

“Absolutely Fabulous,” tells the story of friends Edina (Saunders) and Patsy (Joanna Lumley), a PR person and magazine editor trying to stay hip as they progress through middle age and beyond. The series aired for five seasons on BBC beginning in 1992, and returned for three special episodes released in 2011 and 2012.

In an interview with New York Magazine back in 2011, Saunders commented on rumors of an upcoming film.

“I’m definitely going to do it,” she said. “I’m aiming to shoot this in a beautiful part of the Riviera. I fancy the south of France in the spring.”

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Being Ridiculous Is Absolutely Necessary

Elevated anxiety? Check. Racing heart? Check. Increase in intrusive thoughts? Check. I can’t pinpoint the exact reason for all this crap, but I think it’s a culmination of things like the unpredictability of my income, striving to make it in my writing career, and oh, my wedding that’s 25 days from now. I am not at all nervous about getting married; I was ready to marry my man a long time ago. It’s the hoopla and spectacle that I’m nervous about. I hate plans, details, having expectations, and being fancy; none of it’s me, and I’m just really uncomfortable with having all eyes on me while not feeling like myself. The closer the day gets, the more I realize how much the whole thing is bothering me. I cried in my wedding dress the other day at my last fitting. I mean, it’s a beautiful dress and all, but again, fancy shmancy is just not me, nor is wearing the color white for that matter. I felt like I was wearing a costume. Alas, all that being said, I’ve been so overcome with nerves and stress that my OCD has elevated to a nearly intolerable level. I have needed to find a release, and I found that release on Saturday.

Saturday, I spent the day with one of my closest girlfriends. We went shopping, an activity I normally detest, but was willing to do, since we were looking for a dress for her. Plus, I needed to get out of the house and feel like a part of society again. I also needed girl time. After spending 3 hours at the mall, for which the next day my body sorely paid, we went back to her house and cracked open a bottle of wine. We had decided that she was going to put a fashion show on for me. I love seeing other people dress up, and I love styling them, so I was completely game for this type of entertainment. The more dresses she tried on, the more wine we drank, and the sillier we became. Eventually this led to me running around her house, chasing and playing with her dog who happens to be my God-dog from whom I received millions of much-needed kisses, and dancing without music. We ordered pizza and came to the conclusion that it would be a fabulous idea if I dressed up in something ridiculous to answer the door for the pizza guy. The end result was me wearing her snow white costume, fairy wings, a Hawaiian lei, and a sombrero. I looked amazing… especially with my purple lips dyed by the red wine we were drinking. Needless to say, we freaked the poor pizza guy out who ended up being some 16-year-old kid, probably on his first job, who was so flustered that he couldn’t even look us straight in the eyes. Whoopsies! (I think he’ll recover… hopefully.)

It was well worth it, anyway. We laughed so fricken hard that day, my lungs hurt. It felt SO good. Sometimes, nothing beats acting completely silly, off-the-chain ridiculous, and just kind of stupid simply because you can. I needed that day. It helped me calm down for at least the next 24 hours, and I finally got a good night’s sleep sans nightmares. Laughter is the antidote to my nerves, and I received a lot of medicine that day. Who knew acting like a complete freaking moron was the key to happiness?

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9 Wedding Hacks You Absolutely Need To Know

By Kellee Khalil for Lover.ly

Planning a wedding can be pretty stressful… which is why you need a few wedding hacks up your (pretty lace) sleeve. Read on for our top nine wedding hacks that will make sure you get down the aisle in one (completely relaxed!) piece.

1. Get a 2-tier cake for display/cutting and then serve guests from a sheet cake that’s hidden in the kitchen.
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This will allow you to have a beautiful cake without going way over budget.

2. Attach veil weights to your veil to keep it from blowing around.
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Weights from Hair Comes the Bride; Veil from Nordstrom via Lover.ly

3. Set up a separate email address to use for all wedding correspondence.
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Bonus: you and your spouse can use it for shared bills after you’re married.

4. Ask the post office to “hand cancel” your invitations.
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This means that instead of running your invites through a machine, they’ll use a special ink stamp to mark your invitation and they’ll sort it by hand, reducing the risk of the damage.

5. Number the back of all your RSVP cards.
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And number your guest list accordingly. If guests don’t write their name on the cards (or their writing is illegible), you’ll still know whose it is.

6. Have your bra sewn into your dress.
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Then you don’t have to worry about your strapless bra slipping around all night.

7. If you spill red wine on your dress, dump a pile of table salt on the stain right away.
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The salt will help draw out much of the wine, and you can have the remaining stain professionally treated later.

8. If you want to wear stilettos for your outdoor wedding, slip on heel protectors.
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They increase the surface of the base of the heel, so you won’t sink into the grass.

9. Freeze the top tier of your cake uncovered for about 20 minutes before wrapping it in foil.
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This will prevent any icing from sticking to the foil when you wrap it to freeze for your first anniversary.

What’s your best wedding hack? Let us know in the comments!

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Why I’m Absolutely Sure James Franco Is Straight

When I was at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), one of the most legendary campus rumors was that James Franco had once crashed a Halloween house party wearing a mask of his own face. According to the rumor, everyone at the party thought he was just another lame art-school bro, yet this masked Franco somehow coaxed a young woman into the master bedroom. In the middle of making love, Franco removed his James Franco mask, and, depending on whom you ask, either they both came simultaneously or she vomited all over him. I think both probably happened; Franco wields that kind of power. Rumors travel quickly and thrive in olde Savannah, so there is no telling the veracity of the story. It’s the kind of bizarre tale that art-school kids live for; however, I believe Franco spread the rumor himself.

James Franco attended the Savannah Film Festival every year that I was at SCAD. This festival attracts B-list celebrities looking for a fun paid vacation with great networking opportunities. Every year at the end of October, the Savannah Film Festival brings together disparate personalities like Ileana Douglas, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones, Charlie Rose, Ellen Burstyn, and a slew of other fabulous, famous folks who were quite genial and interesting to learn from. In exchange for showing a film and doling out advice to students, celebrities enjoyed a week of delicious Southern food and nightly open-bar afterparties. Since it was Halloween week, celebrities never suspected that the anime, furry, and steampunk costumes they saw on students were actually year-round fashion statements. Franco was always there, chatting up the cute girls, enjoying the munchies in the courtesy suite, and schmoozing with publicist-buddy Bobby Zarem.

During my senior year I had the honor of interviewing celebrities on camera for the film festival, and my first guest was going to be James Franco. Years of toiling in the student newspaper, radio, and TV station had paid off: I was finally a real-ish entertainment journalist! But I woke up the first day of my final Savannah Film Festival dreadfully ill. I had just recovered from from a bout of hangover-flu, and this morning I felt like a boa constrictor had taken hold of my chest. My first interview — of course the big one with James Franco — was scheduled that afternoon. I rushed to the doc-in-a-box, shallow-breathing all the way, desperate to be well enough for the rest of the week.

By noon I had a diagnosis (bronchitis), a prescription (inhaler and antibiotics), and just enough time to make it to set at 2 p.m. — drugged up and ready to meet James Franco. My producer, a beautiful British woman who looked like a walking Marc Jacobs mannequin, gave me a quick pep talk before I got under the lights. She’d interviewed Franco the last few years, and she said, “Whatever happens, don’t take it personally.” I took a hit of my steroid inhaler and hopped on my stool under the searing lights. Our production team wanted to be immediately ready for the celebrities when they showed up, so we sat and waited, ready to roll.

After two hours dehydrating on the hot set and no sign of Franco, I was ready to take another inhaler hit. Just as I popped up to grab it from offset, Franco and his entourage rolled in, and my producer barked at me to sit down and engage with the celebrity. Franco, so casual and loose with his friends, immediately changed demeanor when he sat in the hot seat. All traces of bro left Franco, and I realized I was talking to a very intelligent artist.

Franco spoke very seriously about his intentions as an actor, writer, and filmmaker; he explained how much thought and hard work can go into even an unpopular movie (like Good Time Max, the auteur piece he was hawking at the film festival). Franco gave shout-outs to all the folks in his professional network who had helped him achieve success, and he did so without seeming condescending. Even when I threw him softball questions, he answered with a serious eloquence rarely seen outside uptight stage actors.

About 90 seconds into our interview, Franco commented on my “positive energy” and said quietly, “Just kidding. You’re great.” I could barely breathe enough to get the questions out, and my energy was more deathly uninterested than positive. As the interview rolled on, I couldn’t help but feel completely insecure sitting next to James Franco. Despite all my desires to cast him as a no-nothing Hollywood lout, he proved immediately that he was a smart, hardworking artist. It was clear that he was dedicated to his craft, and he put a lot of thought and work into projects that nobodies like me wrote off.

For 10 minutes I felt like I was drowning on camera — gasping for just one breath of fresh air in this interview — while James Franco stood just out of my reach. He was far more intelligent than I’d expected, and I saw myself as another whiny kid he had to interact with as part of his professional duties. He achieved his success by continually improving his craft, building a self brand, and doing what it takes to get the job done. James Franco understood the power that he wielded with his bro image, and I knew he very likely could have crafted the masked-Franco-tryst story as a way to instill awe amongst art students like me.

Once we wrapped the interview and cut the lights, I ran for my inhaler. My producer came up, hugged the air out of me, and said I’d gotten “the best Franco interview we’ve ever filmed.” It was the worst interview of my life, and all I could think about was going home to pass out.

I stood there, extremely grateful to puff on my prescribed drugs, and Franco came up to shake my hand and thank me. He was not only professional but polite; I noted this as the trait of a successful artist. He said I’d given a great interview, and he wished me the best after graduation.

Franco took a beat before stepping out of the studio, and I saw the face of the professional artist wash away. Bro Franco was back and ready to be unleashed into the world. Before he left, he turned back to me to ask me one question: “Where can I find some good fried chicken and pussy?”

Neither was my delicacy. I shrugged and said, “Paula Deen’s or the gas station by the housing projects.”

Either one would do.

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For Those With Absolutely No Interest in Pirates

Facebook’s COO, Sheryl Sandberg, titled her book Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. In her new memoir, A Fighting Chance, Elizabeth Warren recalls how, during her 2012 campaign for the United States Senate, she would frequently introduce herself to young girls by making eye contact as she said “I’m Elizabeth and I’m running for Senate because that’s what girls do.”

Much has been written about how the power networks in Washington, D.C. and Silicon Valley essentially operate like old-fashioned sausage factories, with much of the tech industry oozing near-toxic levels of a “bro” mentality. In her recent article entitled What Are Misogynist Geeks So Afraid Of? Amanda Marcotte (the author of It’s a Jungle Out There: The Feminist Survival Guide to Politically Inhospitable Environments) writes:

“You see, as a big punk and indie rock fan, I witnessed something similar happen in the 1990s in that scene. Women who wanted to play instruments in rock bands got a lot of shit from dudes. A lot of men who otherwise thought of themselves as progressive and enlightened would immediately bunch up the second they saw a woman playing guitar. This woman could do something they couldn’t do, or could do it better. The possibility that they weren’t inherently better just by virtue of being male was raised. So they tried to shut it down, reassert themselves and their social superiority (usually through sexual harassment, which is the cheapest and easiest way for a man to assert his male privilege). It sucked. Women fought back. Sexist dudes heckled louder.

Eventually, however — in no small part because the ugly attempts to assert male privilege started to evolve into bands like Limp Bizkit (showing exactly how much of an intellectual embarrassment misogyny really is), the women started winning. Nowadays, you go to clubs and women are up there playing. By and large, they are left alone. Occasionally some asshole will try to say something, but it’s a lot better than it used to be, by a long shot. The number of women on stage in punk and indie clubs seems much higher to me than it did when I was in my late teens and early 20s.”

Founded in July 2008, Bay Area Girls Rock Camp is the kind of summer program Marcotte might have loved to attend in her youth. The following documentary by Lily Yu, Judy Lee, and Jeremiah Mellor was recently screened during the 2014 San Francisco International Film Festival.

But what if you’re a spoiled teenage girl who finds herself in the following predicament:

  • Because of your family’s extreme wealth, you have no friends.
  • After staying out all night, every night, haunting the club scene and getting very little sleep, you’re prone to frequent bouts of narcolepsy.
  • Having been indicted for running a lucrative Ponzi scheme, your father (a Bernard Madoff type) is headed off to jail.
  • Although your big dream in life is to be hired as a drummer in a rock band, you ain’t got no talent.

The answer should be obvious: You end up as the protagonist in a new musical — but not just any musical. A musical with all this intrigue and a telltale tattoo, too!

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Poster art for Sleeping Cutie with Jesse Caldwell as
the Father and Marissa Joy Ganz as his daughter, Lucy

The creative team for Sleeping Cutie: A Fractured Fairy Tale Musical knows its theatre history well. Not only have they named the show’s musical finale “Deus Ex Machina” (after a stage gimmick that was quite popular in ancient Greek theatre), they’ve obviously learned a lesson from the pre-Broadway tryout of 1962’s hit musical, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.

When Forum was foundering during its Washington tryout, Jerome Robbins was brought in as a show doctor to help the creative team (Stephen Sondheim, Burt Shevelove, and Larry Gelbart). Most people were unaware of the backstage tensions caused by his presence. Jim Brochu describes what happened in his one-man show entitled Zero Hour.

As an experienced dancer, director and choreographer, Robbins quickly identified the problem: The opening number “(Love Is In The Air”) wasn’t working and needed to be replaced. The audience needed to be told what Forum was all about at the beginning of the evening in order for them to understand the inspiration for its particular style of low comedy.

The opening number that Robbins devised (“Comedy Tonight”) became a Broadway classic. After Forum opened to rave reviews in New York, it received the 1963 Tony Award for Best Musical and ran for 964 performances,

Faced with so many fairy tales that have become cultural landmarks (not to mention popular adaptations of the Sleeping Beauty legend for ballet, animation, and updated versions of the story for film and stage), Diane Sampson (who wrote the book and lyrics for Sleeping Cutie) decided to set the tone from the beginning with an opening number entitled “What This Isn’t.”

With the tone of the piece firmly established, she was able to introduce a cast of characters familiar to modern audiences.

  • The Father (Jesse Caldwell) is a classic swindler who, faced with many years in jail, is having major regrets about the number of lives he has ruined. The person he is most concerned about, however, is his teenage daughter who seems alone and directionless.
  • Mary (Stephanie Prentice) is the archetypal housekeeper-guardian left behind to look over Lucy while her father is in prison.
  • Lucy (Marissa Joy Ganz) is a spoiled brat whose mother disappeared when Lucy was very young. As a result, she has never had to think of anyone’s needs but her own.

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Marissa Joy Ganz is Lucy in Sleeping Cutie
(Photo by: Mellopix.com.)

Supporting characters that cross paths with the principals are handled by proteans Man #1 (John Patrick Moore) and Man #2 (Buzz Halsing), And then there are the two love interests:

  • Charlie (Luke Chapman) is the blind lead singer in a rock group which is auditioning female drummers for their band. He quickly falls for Lucy’s questionable charms.
  • The Woman (Gwen Loeb) is a patient in a rehabilitation center for people with psychological problems who has been chatting online with Lucy’s father and pushing for a chance to visit him in prison.

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Gwen Loeb is a woman of mystery in Sleeping Cutie
(Photo by: Mellopix.com)

Co-produced by Playground and Off A Cliff Productions, Sleeping Cutie recently received its world premiere at San Francisco’s Thick House. In her director’s note, Cindy Goldfield writes:

“Directing a new musical is a funny thing. A lesson in trust, intuition, patience, and inspiration. My favorite part of the process (with the input of the playwright, composer, and the actors) is discovering the basic core themes which generally are present even in early drafts… the playwright’s voice ringing out even when they may not be able to articulate it themselves. Forgiveness. Retribution. Acceptance. Renewal. Fate. Recovery. Compassion. The themes of this play are big and lush, sometimes humorous and sometimes scary. Not your usual fare for a traditional musical … which this is not. In working on Cutie, what struck me were the internal struggles of the characters. The courage in reaching out for connection, trusting an intuition, finding strength in vulnerability. These universal human themes inspired me at every turn.”

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Buzz Halsing, Jesse Caldwell, and John Patrick Moore perform
“The Carlo Ponzi Shuffle” in Sleeping Cutie (Photo by: Mellopix.com)

Sleeping Cutie features a clever, well-crafted book by Diane Sampson, clearly-defined characters and some delightful plot twists. Why then, did I leave the theatre feeling strangely unfulfilled? Perhaps it was because I couldn’t remember a single note (much less a complete song) from Doug Katsaros’s highly functional but not particularly memorable score.

The problem may have more to do with its execution on opening night than its basic composition. While each of the actors had a distinct voice, there seemed to be an odd imbalance at crucial moments. Marissa Joy Ganz’s Lucy tended toward shrillness while Gwen Loeb’s sweet soprano allowed her songs (“How I See It” and “Then and Now”) to resonate with more empathy. Unfortunately, John Patrick Moore’s upper range was simply not up to the vocal demands of Katsaros’s music.

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John Patrick Moore, Luke Chapman, and Buzz Halsing are part
of a rock band in Sleeping Cutie (Photo by: Mellopix,com)

Keeping in mind that this production was mounted on a shoestring budget, these are minor quibbles which can probably be fixed with more money and better musical preparation.

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Here’s A Sneak Peak Of Kendall Jenner In Vogue Paris, And She Looks Absolutely Gorgeous

With all the hype surrounding the Kimye wedding, it’s hard to believe that anything else is going on with the Kardashian-Jenner clan at the moment.

It turns out, however, that is not the case. On the contrary, it’s been a pretty huge week for Kendall Jenner, too. Kris Jenner took to Instagram Wednesday with a sneak peek of her 18-year-old daughter’s spread in the upcoming issue of Vogue Paris, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier. Captioned “PARIS VOGUE June/July 2014 Wow @kendalljenner stunning!! Congratulations!! #proudmama,” Jenner is obviously ecstatic over the news. And we have to admit, she looks absolutely gorgeous in the photos.

This has been a whirlwind year for Kendall, who has already walked the runways at New York and Paris Fashion Weeks and starred in her own Vogue US selfie-inspired spread back in February.

What do you think of Kendall’s latest foray into high fashion? Sound off below!


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