The highly-anticipated fifth season of Downton Abbey
is fast approaching and the first look trailer has arrived! In the short clip, we see what looks like a fire at the estate. We also see new love interests for both Lady Mary and Tom. Meanwhile, Lord Grantham is worried his grandchild will be taken away. Get more details on the new season and watch the trailer...
Nicole Scherzinger hangs out on a yacht showing off her flawless bikini body in a tiny swimsuit while vacationing in Formentera, Spain on Sunday (August 31).
The 36-year-old entertainer sunned herself alongside some pals, jumped in the water to soak off, and chatted with her pals.
“UK! @GMB has the exclusive premiere of the #OnTheRocks music video tomorrow morning #tunein #OTR” Nicole tweeted that same day. Be sure to check it out when it becomes available!
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Chanel Iman and her boyfriend A$AP Rocky get super close while posing in this brand new fashion feature for the September 2014 issue of Vogue magazine, on newsstands now.
The 23-year-old Victoria’s Secret model and 25-year-old rapper showed off their moves in a a feature titled, “Dance into Fall: The Best Date Night Dresses of The Season.”
They did the Shimmy Shake, the Jitterbug, Bossa Nova, The Hustle, Cha-Cha, and other classic dances together.
In case you missed it, Joan Smalls, Cara Delevingne, and Karlie Kloss pose with six other supermodels for the highly anticipated Vogue September Issue cover. Check it out below!
Jaime King is a totally teal bombshell on the cover of Vegas magazine’s Fall Fashion issue!
Here’s what the 35-year-old actress had to share with the mag:
On accepting her Hart of Dixie role: “The more I thought about it, the more I realized that no one else could play her. I wanted to take a character that was, on paper, a very rigid classic Southern belle and turn her into someone whom you really understood. I wanted to show the root of where her fear came from- the loss of her mother, the concern about being abandoned, the idea that if she were perfect, she would be of value again.”
On her appreciation for fashion: “Fashion is one of the only mediums that allows you to express who you are without saying anything. Because my mother was a seamstress and because I grew up with Alexander Wang and Valentino, I really appreciate the artistry of fashion and why what they create is important. Clothes can make us feel beautiful; they can make us feel confident, or relaxed. Fashion is a powerful form of self-expression.”
On being a mother: “When you have a child, you realize that he’s all that really matters. It’s so easy to get caught up in the illusion of what this industry is all about, to get stuck on my personal hang-ups. But then I look at James and remember that tomorrow is a new day.”
For more on Jaime, visit VegasMagazine.com.
Elisabeth Moss gives us a little shoulder action for the cover of Gotham magazine’s annual Fall Fashion Issue.
Here’s what the 32-year-old Mad Men actress had to share with the glossy:
On who she’d love to work with: “I think as far as actors, my girl crush is Marion Cotillard. She would definitely top my list. As for filmmakers, I would kill to work with the Coen Brothers. And Spike Jonze. And then there are your big guns, whom everyone would like to work with, like Scorsese and Baz Luhrmann.”
On what makes her happiest: “I don’t know if this is the best answer, but working really makes me happy. I have been lucky to work with really great people. I haven’t had many scarring experiences at work. I just haven’t. I’ve had hard times; that’s for sure. Not everyone I’ve worked with has been a f-cking angel, but I am happiest when I’m at work. I know what I’m doing. Regardless of what else is happening in my life, I can go to work and things are okay.”
On New York City: I love going to the theater. I can’t get over that feeling when you’re walking down a street in the 40s, with rows of theaters on either side. It’s 7:30 pm and you’re going to see a play, and so many people are also going to go see plays, which I think is so cool. There’s an excitement and there’s buzz. It brings me back to when I’ve done Broadway and makes me wish I were backstage in my dressing room getting ready. You can go to beautiful places, neighborhoods, and parks in many different states and countries, but there’s nothing like the theater district for me.”
For more on Elisabeth, visit Gotham-Magazine.com.