VOTE: Who Was The Most ‘Camp’ At The Met Gala? – Perez Hilton

Fashion’s biggest night came and went on Monday night, with many celebrities taking the Met Gala‘s pink carpet in their best looks! “Camp: Notes on Fashion” could have gone many ways, as we saw with Lady GaGa, Kim Kardashian West, and Katy Perry, to name a few — but who followed this year’s theme best?? Take a look (below) and upvote your fave!! [Image via Andres Otero/

How the Videogame Aesthetic Flows Into All of Culture

When the science fiction film Edge of Tomorrow, directed by Doug Liman, came out in 2014, WIRED called it “the best videogame you can’t play.” The film’s main character, Bill Cage, repeats the same day again and again—a day of futuristic combat with aliens. Each time he dies, Cage wakes up again on the previous day. Everything is as before, with the crucial difference that he remembers all the previous versions of that fatal next day. The repetitions are the film’s equivalent of a videogame’s replayability, and Cage’s battle skills improve, just as a player’s skills improve through replay. But Cage is not a player. He is a character in a narrative film, so the repeated days are in fact …

She was our Michelle Obama: how Gilda Radner changed comedy for ever

The death of the SNL star 30 years ago robbed the industry of one its finest voices but not before she had blazed a trail for women such as Tina Fey to follow There is no shortage of excellent critical writing about the US comedy scene in the 80s, and John Belushi, Eddie Murphy and Gilda Radner, one of the original cast members of SNL, alongside Chase, Belushi, Aykroyd and others. Although she is comparatively little known today outside comedy circles, back then she was widely assumed to be the future megastar of that group. With her sharp parodies of celebrities and her skill at satirising her own femininity and neuroses, she set the mould for modern female comedians. Without …

Celebrities Are Masters At Trolling Other Celebs On Social Media – Relive The Best HERE! – Perez Hilton

Troll alert! As immune as it seems celebs are to trolling and negative fan comments sometimes, we’re nevertheless reminded quite often that they’re just as human as the rest of us! They troll — and get trolled — all the time, as you’ll see (below)! No shortage of shade here!!! Perhaps not surprisingly, the trolls came out when Kylie Jenner fell out with former BFF Jordyn Woods after the latter’s alleged involvement in the Tristan Thompson cheating scandal… but that’s far from the only time a celeb has gotten salty out in public view on social media! Ch-ch-check out some of the best — and wittiest, and funniest — examples of celeb-on-celeb trolling (below)!!! Contents 2 Jerry O’Connell Trolls Jordyn Woods 4 Hillary …

Brunei Says It Won’t Enforce Death Penalty For Gay Sex After Massive Outcry

The small Southeast Asian country sparked an outcry when it Brunei has consistently defended its right to implement the laws, elements of which were first adopted in 2014 and which have been rolled out in phases since then. Some crimes already command the death penalty in Brunei, including premeditated murder and drug trafficking, but no executions have been carried out since the 1990s. “As evident for more than two decades, we have practiced a de facto moratorium on the execution of death penalty for cases under the common law. This will also be applied to cases under the SPCO which provides a wider scope for remission.” The vastly wealthy sultan, who once piloted his own 747 airliner to meet former …

No trophy hunting import ban yet – Gove

Clients, mainly from Europe or the US, often pay thousands of pounds to take part in a hunt, and keep a “trophy” – usually the head or skin, or another body part. It’s a big business in some African countries. Critics describe it as a blood sport, but proponents say it helps raise vital money for conservation, especially for endangered species. ‘I hunt wild animals because I love them’ Trophy hunting ‘raises extinction risk’ Should trophy hunting be banned? Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionMichael Gove tells 5 Live the UK will not be banning imports from trophy hunting yet. Currently, if a trophy hunter wants to bring a body part from their hunt back into the …

‘I wasn’t too obvious’: how Bob Colacello captured candid celebrities

In a new exhbition, the writer, photographer and long-time friend and biographer of Andy Warhol, shares his look at VIP culture of the late 70s and early 80s It was not in New York but in Germany, that the writer, editor and photographer Bob Colacello bought a spy camera. He was with pop artist Andy Warhol, who was commissioned to take Polaroids of Willy Brandt, the then chancellor of west Germany, in 1976. Colacello bought a Minox 35 EL, a camera cold Pictures From Another Time: Photographs by Bob Colacello, 1976 1982, an exhibition at attended the dinner party). People wouldnt typically think Andy would be friends with Nancy Reagans best friend, said Colacello. Jerry helped Andy get commissioned portraits …

Congratulations pour in after royal birth

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionPrince Harry says he and Meghan are “absolutely thrilled” Congratulations have poured in from around the world following the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s son. The newborn was delivered at 05:26 BST on Monday, with Prince Harry saying the baby boy was “absolutely to die for”. The Palace said the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Prince of Wales were all “delighted with the news”. Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, was said to be “overjoyed”, while former US First Lady Michelle Obama said she and Barack were “thrilled”. The baby, who has not been named yet, is seventh in line to the throne, behind the Prince of Wales, the …

Brunei backs down on gay sex death penalty after international backlash

(CNN)Brunei will not impose the death penalty on those convicted of having gay sex, in an apparent bid to temper international condemnation following its roll out of strict new Islamic laws last month. The tiny oil-rich Asian kingdom became the first East Asian country to introduce Sharia law at a national level in 2014, introducing the legislation and associated penalties in stages. The country initially defended its new legal code, claiming it focused “more on prevention and punishment,” but the growing backlash appears to have forced the kingdom’s hand. In his speech on Sunday, the sultan said there had been a number of “misconceptions” about the laws which he acknowledged may have caused “apprehension.” “However, we believe that once these …

Brunei says it will not enforce gay sex death penalty after backlash

Sultan extends moratorium to death by stoning law in rare response to global criticism Bruneis Sultan, Hassanal Bolkiah, has extended a moratorium on the death penalty to incoming legislation on punishments for gay sex, after a global backlash led by celebrities such as George Clooney and Elton John. The country provoked an outcry when it rolled out its interpretation of Islamic laws, or sharia, on 3 April, punishing sodomy, adultery and rape with defended its right to implement the laws, elements of which were first adopted in 2014 and which have been rolled out in phases since then. However, in a rare response to criticism aimed at the oil-rich state, the sultan said on Sunday that the death penalty would …

Madonna says giving her children mobile phones ended their relationship

The singer says her childrens lives became dominated by the technology Its a daily bane of modern parenting that even Madonna appears to have got hung up on: how to keep a childs attention once you give them a mobile phone. Madonna has complained of losing a link to her children after giving them mobile phones at a relatively young age, to the extent that she has prevented her 13-year-old son from having one. I made a mistake when I gave my older children phones when they were 13, said the mother of six, who has previously talked about feeling like Billy-no-mates while living in Lisbon in Portugal, where she said she spent most of her time doing the school …

Vox Lux director Brady Corbet: ‘The movie is about the desire to be iconic’

The US film-maker on creative burnout, working with Scott Walker and his new film starring Natalie Portman as a messed-up pop star Having made his Orson Welles, American writer-director Brady Corbet is used to being on the receiving end of the brutal P-words precocious and pretentious. Those are things you steel yourself for, he says. Corbet, now 30, expects strong responses because, as he puts it, his films go for operatic heights When people totally hate a movie that Ive made, I totally understand, and if they love it I also understand. In London to promote his second feature, Vox Lux, Corbet pronounced Cor-bay initially resembles your average indie bro: the regulation backwards baseball cap and fuzzy beard, coupled with …

Hungry? Thinking about dinner? use the Keto Meal Plans I use !

Hungry? Thinking about dinner? But yet, when you get home and open the fridge, there’s nothing Keto to eat. If you’re like me, you might open and reopen your fridge a few times in the vague hopes that you missed something! And all of a sudden, all of your hard work sticking to Keto, cutting out carbs and sugars go out of the window. You break down and boil some pasta or order a pizza for delivery. I know how easy it is when you’re tired and hungry to give in and go for the easy high-carb options. After all, that’s what our food industry wants you to do. But the fact is, there is a really simple solution… Meal …

Are We Done Being Extra? Betches

Last night, not one, but TWO celebrities announced their pregnancies: Blake Lively, at the New York City premiere of Pokémon: Detective Pikachu, and Keira Knightley, at a Chanel cocktail party in Paris (très chic). Now, what was surprising about both of these pregnancy announcements was just that—they weren’t really announcements at all. There was not some big press conference or statement released, not even an Instagram of a sonogram with a long caption. It was just “Here I am, and oh btw, I am carrying a child.” I love it. In a time where we are inundated with celebrity “news,” when everything from a double tap on an Instagram post to an airport outfit spawns headline after headline, this non-announcement announcement is …

Feminist lawyers of South Asia rally to aid of #MeToo survivors

Facing down intimidation, women all over this traditional region are speaking out about sexual harassment and violence Ali Zafar is famed across South Asia for his pop music, romantic comedies and even the occasional toothpaste advert. But last weekend he gave a particularly emotional performance on Pakistani television, tears welling in his eyes as he spoke of the effect sexual harassment allegations has had on his life. For the past year, the actor and musician has been embroiled in the countrys most high-profile tweeted her verdict: If anyone has earned the right to cry today, its thousands of survivors around us who were forced to watch a privileged man accused of sexual harassment and whine. Since the #MeToo movement gathered …

Sex Positions That Make You Feel Confident Betches

Nothing is worse than being down to have sex but feeling uncomfortable taking off your clothes. Being confident in bed is a major turn-on, but the fact of life is unless you’re Lizzo, you probably aren’t feeling yourself at all times. Maybe you’re getting your period and feel super bloated. Or you have a pimple the size of Mount Everest on your forehead and the thought of getting down in missionary while your partner makes eye contact with it is a major mood killer. I get it. I’m all for that self-love crap, but it just doesn’t always cut it. Sex can be uncomfortable and embarrassing (as we know from these uber awkward celebrity sex stories), but there are tons …