Ahead of New York Fashion Week this fall, Tong came under public fire from individuals from several well-established fashion brands and their agencies. Their complaints? That Tumblr played favorites, building out custom products free of charge for some brands, and declining to return the emails of others who had been long-time supporters of the platform.
“The crowded world of late-night television will be adding a new and potentially imposing competitor in January. Bravo is turning its increasingly successful “Watch What Happens Live” show, hosted by Andy Cohen, into a five-night-a-week entry at 11 p.m. The network will announce Tuesday that Mr. Cohen’s show, which now runs twice a week, on Sundays and Mondays, will extend to five nights starting Jan. 8, with the big wrinkle that its schedule will still include Sunday and eliminate Friday. As Michael Davies, the show’s executive producer, put it, “Sunday night is wide open in late night.”—Bravo Expands Andy Cohen’s Show to 5 Nights a Week - NYTimes.com
He is so very handsome, has a head full of “May I run my hands through it?” hair AND he’s nice, to boot. SOCIALITE LIFE caught up with The Rachel Zoe Project‘s breakout star, Jeremiah Brent, who, btw, we refuse to call “The New Brad.” He started out this season as a stylist for Zoe Zoe and Co., wanting to try out something other than interior design, a craft he’s become very good at over the years.
“Get excited, gleeks! Fox’s ‘Glee’ just topped the list of People’s Choice nominees, with seven nominations. New Directions and Co. snagged a nomination for favorite network TV comedy and in several of the People’s Choice TV acting categories: Chris Colfer and Cory Monteith for favorite TV comedy actor, Jane Lynch and Lea Michele for favorite TV comedy actress and Gwyneth Paltrow and Kristin Chenoweth for favorite TV guest star.”—'Glee' Leads 2011 People's Choice Awards Nominations
Georgia native Sonya Thompson has a job like no other, she’s a “professional zombie”! Currently seen on AMC’s The Walking Dead, Sonya has also scared movie audiences in Zombieland and is often called on by Hollywood to teach actors how to unleash their inner undead spirit.