Where are the original members of Fashion Police now? Tracing back the cast of Fashion Police has us seriously missing Joan Rivers and her funny jokes. We went on an Instagram Scavenger hunt to check up on Giuliana Rancic, Kelly Osbourne, George Kotsiopoulos, and Melissa Rivers.
Giuliana Rancic - Since 2003 has still been rocking E! Live from the Red Carpet. Giuliana also returned to E! News (yay!!).
George Kotsiopoulos - Became a panelist for TLC's Royal Wedding Revealed in 2018. He also hosted Say Yes: Wedding SOS in 2018. On 2015, George hosted CinéFashion Film Awards.
Kelly Osbourne - Appeared on Drop the Mic in 2019. She also became a celebrity judge for The Hocus Pocus 25th Anniversary Halloween Bash.
Melissa Rivers - Has appeared on several TV Series as a panelist and guest. Has maintained an awesome lifestyle Instagram page.
Joan Rivers - RIP (you are forever missed).
Thank you Fashion Police and Joan Rivers for such wonderful years of creativity, fashion, style, and jokes. We will always be your Joan Rangers.
Tell us who your favorite Fashion Police cast member was and why! #Fashion
Shawn Mendes has partnered with SmileDirectClub on a new initiative to spread positivity and benefit organizations, brands and causes that resonate with him personally. Its message: that confidence is gained with “an amazing smile.”
The collaboration will launch officially with a TV spot that’s set to air during Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. According to an announcement, a portion of the proceeds resulting from the campaign will be donated to “organizations that seek to improve children’s health as well as mental and emotional well-being.”
SmileDirectClub offers invisible aligner therapy with the supervision of a doctor. The four-year-old company is valued at $3.2 billion.
Said co-founder Alex Fenkell: “SmileDirectClub was founded on the belief that everyone deserves a smile they can be proud of, and we’re thrilled to team up with Shawn Mendes, who truly embodies the confidence that comes with an amazing smile. We know he’s a perfect partner to help spread our message and mission.”
“I’m really excited to partner with SmileDirectClub and collaborate with a company that aims to build confidence and spread positivity in an authentic way,” added Mendes.
Mendes is nominated in two categories at the Grammy Awards: song of the year for “In My Blood” and best pop vocal album for “Shawn Mendes.” He is managed by Andrew Gertler of AG Artists.
Behati Prinsloo Shares Sweet Pic of Kids Watching Dad Adam Levine Performing at the Super Bowl: ‘We Love You’
Big fans! Adam Levine’s daughters, Dusty Rose and Gio Grace, watched the Maroon 5 frontman perform at the 2019 Super Bowl with his band. His wife, Behati Prinsloo, captured the adorable moment.
“We love you dada,” the Victoria’s Secret model, 30, captioned a Monday, February 4, Instagram post. “#superbowl53.” In the pic of her 2-year-old and 11-month-old girls, the sisters sat in front of a TV in their pajamas with their backs to the camera. Their dad, 39, could be seen onscreen wearing only a guitar.
Prinsloo showed her own support for her husband’s performance with another post that same day. “No words can describe all of this. I love you,” she captioned the pic, which showed the parents gazing into each other’s eyes. She added: “Insane moment seeing that M on the field.
Maroon 5 hit the stage during the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots game on Sunday, February 3. Travis Scott and Big Boi made guest appearances. “We thank the universe for this historic opportunity to play on the world’s biggest stage,” Levine wrote on Instagram after the performance. “We thank our fans for making our dreams possible.”
Levine also appeared in a Super Bowl commercial, alongside John Legend, for Pampers. The crooners sang the “Stinky Booty Song” while changing their youngest kids’ diapers. “Every dad knows diaper duty is a right [sic] of passage,” the Voice coach captioned the video on Instagram. “#StinkyBootyDuty.”
The Screen Actors Guild Awards celebrated its 25th anniversary Sunday evening, welcoming a star-studded crowd to the Shrine Auditorium in LA. To mark the occasion, the traditional red carpet was turned silver for the night -- though, on a night of playful style choices, it was the stars of film and television who shone the brightest.
Unlike other dates on the awards season calendar, the Screen Actors Guild honors only the achievements of actors (rather than directors, writers or productions themselves). And, fittingly, it was the nominees for some of the night's top awards who stole the fashion limelight.
Among the leading ladies, Lady Gaga stood out in a classy, white Dior couture gown with a thigh-high slit. "Vice" star Amy Adams also opted for a high slit, her strapless black dress also featuring a striking ruffled waist and neckline.
Double nominee Emma Stone wore a chic gold and black embroidered pantsuit, while Emily Blunt -- who is nominated as both a lead actor, for her turn as Mary Poppins, and a supporting one, for her role in "A Quiet Place" -- turned heads in a pink sequined Michael Kors dress with large ruffle sleeves.
She was one of several stars to use the silver carpet (or the absence of a red one) as a chance to sport colors that might otherwise clash. Rumer Willis, Sandra Oh, Marin Hinkle, Madeline Brewer, Jane Fonda and Laura Harrier were among numerous attendees to appear in shades of red and pink that are often overlooked.
Elsewhere, there were lighthearted touches galore, from Yara Shahidi's Fendi spandex catsuit, which she wore under a sheer tulle dress, to "Glow" actress Betty Gilpin's metallic silver tiered gown.
The latter's co-star Shakira Barrera showed off her heritage with what appeared to be a Nicaraguan flag, attached to a body-hugging white dress, which she unfurled for the waiting cameras. And "Rupaul's Drag Race" star Shangela Laquifa Wadley wore one of the night's most memorable and divisive numbers, turning heads in a fluffy two-tone princess dress.
For all the individual efforts, collective credit must go to the entire cast of "Crazy Rich Asians," who have lit up red carpets throughout awards season. With the film receiving no Oscar or BAFTA nominations, this may be the last time we see them out collectively in force -- and they didn't disappoint.
In particular, Gemma Chan wowed in Oscar de la Renta, and Michelle Yeoh was a picture of glamour in an Elie Saab gown with an embellished bodice and feather skirt. Co-stars Henry Golding and Harry Shum Jr., in gold and chocolate jackets respectively, were among the ceremony's best-dressed men.
Otherwise, the men appeared to take a comparatively conservative approach compared to their female counterparts. But Michael B. Jordan deserves a mention for wearing a brightly-colored floral harness over his otherwise demure double-breasted suit. With Timothée Chalamet making headlines for a similar harness (also by Louis Vuitton, though in black leather) at the Golden Globes last month, we may be witnessing the birth of one of 2019's more unusual fashion trends.
Fashion week is more than sitting down at your favorite designers' runway show. Fashion Week is about appreciating the innovative ideas behind a designers' collection, networking, and taking photos to create a lookbook. There is nothing more truly artistic than fashion itself! When you think about the amount of time and thought dedicated to creating one fashion show it makes you appreciate the fashion industry more. Designers must think about it all. First, they have to design the collection, think of a theme, plus think about the beat of the music, and much more.
Tell us about the fashion show you are most looking forward to seeing!