Lifetime will be turning the college admissions scandal into a movie, due out on the network this fall. Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were two of the bigger names involved in the scandal, but it's unknown whether the film will directly reference them.
Can it really be that bad?!?
Uncle Jesse and Aunt Becky 4ever.
Let's be real - we'd watch these two play on a swing set together if we had the chance.
What makes your mom more nervous about your 20s, Lifetime movies or Girls?
LeAnn has a new album coming out in 2013 called Spitfire. And her second single is called Borrowed. And it's about her affair with Eddie.
You guys, Liz & Dick is finally premiering tonight on Lifetime! I can't tell you how pumped I am. I mean it's LINDSAY LOHAN.
We've already made our pick for this season's winner (and token ferosh gay guy, obvi), and now it's time to find out if either of them will even make it past the first auf Wiedersehen. Yes, my friends, it's finally time for Project Runway Season 7 to start!
Project Runway Season 7 kicks off tonight! Along with our usual faves - Heidi, Tim, Michael and Nina - we're getting a whole new batch of designers to cut, stitch and bitch their way to the top. But while the 16 designers are all fresh faces, I know that many of them will fill the typical roles of contestants in season's past.
That’s it. I am d-u-n-z-o with Project Runway. DUNZO! I love me some Heidi Klum and I think Althea is fantastic, but I refuse to support a show that I just can’t connect to anymore. If you haven’t watched this week’s episode (and you still care what is happening in this snoozefest they call Season Six) I would stop reading now. Cuz I’m about to get angry.
I have to admit – it’s becoming somewhat painful to watch Project Runway this season and find things to write about. Unlike seasons past where designers say and do funny things beyond whipping up runway looks, all things more than worthy of writing about, this season is a whole lot of blah. And it’s impossible to write about blah.
Last night's challenge was to design a costume for a Hollywood film. The designers had to choose from a few different film genres and create a character, a story and a look within that genre. Tim pulled names out of that little velour (of course he'd have velour!) bag of his, which decided what order designers could pick their genre.
You know what they say in baseball: “Three strikes, and you’re out!” And now we know the same is true in Project Runway. But more on that later. First let's discuss Tim Gunn in flip flops and Wayfarers.