We've heard of hot yoga. But naked yoga? No wonder Kim Kardashian's almost ex-husband Kris Humphries blew his stack on last night's season premiere of Kourtney and Kim Take New York when he walked in to see a stark naked yogi teaching his wife and her sisters how to do downward facing dog. He was not shy about his voicing his disapproval on the show, proclaiming the sight "disgusting.... and disrespectful."
On the bright side, the evil Kardashian ploy worked and that stick-in-the-mud Kris moved out immediately. Way to go, girls. Does this make you feel (even more) like this whole marriage/split was choreographed?
Felicity Jones has been named as the new spokesperson for Dolce & Gabbana The Make Up. The British actress, whose latest film, Like Crazy, won the Special Jury Prize at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, will start to be seen in ads for the makeup and fragrance lines from Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana. The first line she will represent is the Khol Collection, coming out in Jan. Such a shame she doesn't have the face for makeup ads.
Is there anything James Franco can't do? Other than hosting the Oscars again.
The actor will direct and photograph Seven For All Mankind's new multimedia spring campaign. This is the first time Franco will helm a fashion advertising print shoot with an online video component. Franco will start shooting on Dec. 11 in Los Angeles and will return in Jan. The cast list has not been released but we know there will be both celebrities and models.
“I’m not supposed to say too much, but we don’t want to do something that feels very fashion-heavy,” explained Franco. “It’s a more natural kind of approach. It’s not a heavy-handed fashion world sell-job. It’s really about bringing the natural essence out of the performers and models.”
The large cast will portray a free-spirited and glamorous California lifestyle. Right up the California native Franco's alley. While this is Franco’s first foray into advertising, this summer he photographed Agyness Deyn for a Rebel Without a Cause-inspired Elle editorial spread and he also photographed an editorial spread for W that has not yet been published.
It's a bit hard to picture Melissa McCarthy dressed like a punk. But the Emmy-winning TV actress (Mike and Molly) and break-out star of The Bridesmaids confesses that -- style wise -- she transformed from perky cheerleader to edgy punk priestess in one year of high school. Follow the link to see photographic proof of her evolution. And yes, she probably did inspire Kate Gosslin's original spiked do.