Sunday, September 25, 2016

Man Assaulted Gigi Hadid And Received A Thunderous Elbow

Gigi and Bella Hadid
The man who assaulted Gigi Hadid learned the hard way why the model's favorite workout is kickboxing. After walking in the Max Mara show during Milan Fashion Week, the Hadid was attacked and grabbed from behind by Vitalii Sediuk, the notorious celebrity abuser, but she was able to get free from his grasp after landing a vicious elbow on his face.

As the 21-year-old was leaving the venue where the Italian brand showed its Spring/Summer 2017 collection, having changed out of the palm tree print pieces into her street style clothes consisting of an off-the-shoulder graphic T-shirt with a pinstriped corset layered on top, Sediuk came up behind her and picked her up.

Hadid, who was with her younger sister Bella Hadid, was able to break away from the attack of Sediuk embrace by knocking him in the face with her elbow. She even run after the abuser after he scamper away with more than just a bruised ego. Bella also jumped in to help pull Gigi away.

Sediuk has targeted lots of high-profile individuals in the past. At Paris Fashion Week in September 2014, he pushed Kim Kardashian to the ground while she was making her way through a mob of people exiting the Balmain show.

The Ukrainian journalist also crawled under America Ferrara’s dress at the Cannes Film Festival, verbally assaulted Brad Pitt, jumped onstage at the Grammys, and more.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Cottilard Finally Spoke Up About The Brangelina Issue

Marion Cotillard and Brad Pitt
Marion Cotillard's name has been trending after she was linked to the high-profile separation of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt. Hopefully, after today, those nasty rumors will finally go away.

The 40-year-old actress, who stars opposite Pitt in the upcoming film, "Allied", took to Instagram last 21 September to address the rumors, announce her own pregnancy, and wish the former couple "peace in this very tumultuous moment."

She said:

"This is going to be my first and only reaction to the whirlwind news that broke 24 hours ago and that I was swept up into. I am not used to commenting on things like this nor taking them seriously but as this situation is spiraling and affecting people I love, I have to speak up.

Firstly, many years ago, I met the man of my life (Guillaume Canet), father of our son (Marcel) and of the baby we are expecting. He is my love, my best friend, the only one that I need. Secondly to those who have indicated that I am devastated, I am very well thank you.

This crafted conversation isn't distressing. And to all the media and the haters who are quick to pass judgment, I sincerely wish you a swift recovery. Finally, I do very much wish that Angelina and Brad, both whom I deeply respect, will find peace in this very tumultuous moment.

With all my love Marion"

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

EmRat Hit The Coffin Squarely in the Head

When it comes to shocking sexiness and oozing sex appeal, Emily Ratajkowski (EmRat) exudes in both. Hence, it is was no wonder that at a New York Fashion Week party, she got the attention of several supporters of unhealthy lifestyle, like Tim Gunn.

Wearing a dress designed by Julien Macdonald, EmRat showed an incredibly low-cut piece that grazed her belly button, a silhouette very similar to the one Jennifer Lopez made famous at the 2000 Grammys. The model and actress posed confidently on the red carpet, even sharing a photo of herself with the explosion emoji.

However, even though she liked the look, Gunn, who appeared as a guest host on E's Fashion Police, took issue with the cut-out LBD, calling it "appallingly vulgar" and "repugnant."

Ratajkowski took to Twitter and address Gunn’s comments perfectly. She first noted the similarities between the recent burkini controversy in France, which policed women from covering up in full swimsuits. "Western men in 2016: Want to ban women abroad from voluntarily covering themselves at the beach then want women to cover up their 'vulgar' bodies at home," she shared on Twitter. "Who controls women’s bodies in 2016? It’s 2016. Why keep trying to dictate what women can wear?"

Coincidentally, Ratajkowski recently addressed similar issues in an open letter featured in Glamour. "Our society tells women we can’t be, say, sexy and confident and opinionated about politics," she wrote. "This would allow us too much power. Instead our society asks us to declare and defend our motivations, which makes us second-guess them, all while men do what they please without question."

She continued, "We shouldn’t have to apologize for wanting attention either. We don’t owe anyone an explanation. It's not our responsibility to change the way we are seen — it’s society’s responsibility to change the way it sees us."

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Pixie Lott in Pixie Look

Pixie Lott
Pixie Lott displayed her incredible beauty and amazing figure after she exited the theatre following her latest appearance in "Breakfast At Tiffany's" a few days ago.

The willowy singer, 25, opted for a plunging camisole top and skimpy denim shorts after starring as Holly Golightly in the stage adaptation of Truman Capote’s hugely successful novella.

She completed the look with a very sexy pair of red strappy heels which lengthened her long legs, which was accentuated by her amazing thigh gap.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Miss Asian-American Not Good Enough For Many Chinese

Arianna Quan
Arianna Quan may have been recognized as the first Asian-American and naturalized citizen to be named Miss Michigan – but it doesn't mean everyone has to agree with the judges and consider her up to their standards when it comes to physical beauty, especially her native country.

"A lot of people have reached out to me, both extremely negatively and positively," Quan, 23, tells PEOPLE. "It's been a very polarizing response. It's been really interesting to see the discussions that have been erupting from just me being crowned, and it's been an extremely humbling experience to be a part of those conversations."

Quan's crowning received media attention domestically as well as abroad in her native China.

"All this negativity came out, especially about my appearance and how I'm apparently unfit to represent the Chinese population because I'm 'ugly,'" she says.

She is right. Americans may flaunt her inner beauty, but in China, they don't sleep with you because of your inner beauty.