Wardrobe Wednesdays: Tess Daly @ 22nd National Television Awards

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Tess Daly looked absolutely stunning today at the National Television Awards in London, which were held at the 02 Arena.

She wore a classy black and white jumpsuit with a pair of black crisscrossed sandals. You’ve gotta love simple-looking jumpsuits like this one.

Below are some pieces inspired by the look!

Jumpsuit:

1. Maykool, $32.99

2. Net-a-Porter, $319.00

Sandals:

3. Vince Camuto, $110.00

4. DSW, $39.94

Fan Art Fridays: Emily Blunt

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Emily Blunt and Anne Hathaway went head to head in a rerun of Lip Sync Battle on SPIKE last night.

I’m not gonna lie, I really wanted Emily to win. I love them both, but come on!

“No Diggity”?! I’m convinced that all of the women of England have secret rap talents.

Anyway, enjoy this piece of fan art I found of Emily Blunt on Deviant Art by LisaKM. It was inspired by her role in the film Young Victoria (also known as the film that caused me to fall in love with Emily Blunt).

I still love Anne Hathaway, though.

Wardrobe Wednesdays: Pippa Middleton @ Frost Summer Party

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I’ve been a bit busy lately, but this is monumental here.

Pippa Middleton is possibly engaged? What now? Where have I been and what have I been doing since Princess Charlotte’s been born?!

Anyway, she showed up to the Frost Summer Party in the number above, hiding the engagement ring, it seems. Scandalous.

Mr. Frosty is sooooo dripping with jealousy.

Below are a few pieces inspired by the look. Enjoy!

Dress:

1. Sun & Ski, $41.98

2. Nasty Gal, $58.00

Clutch Bag:

3. ASOS, $45.50

4. Yoox.com, $37.00

Wardrobe Wednesdays: Anaïs Gallagher @ the BRIT Awards 2016

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At this point y’all probably think I’m obsessed with Pantone 2016’s Serenity.

Well I kind of am. And Anaïs Gallagher’s ensemble at the BRIT Awards 2016 just fueled the obsession even more!

Daughter of Noel Gallagher and Meg Matthews, the UK fashionista rocked a ’70s look at the award show in a pale blue pant suit, black and white printed blouse and a pair of chunky, studded clog heels.

Can I get a hippie?!

This 16-year-old girl is definitely onto something.

My favorite part of the this outfit is the animalia printed blouse she chose to wear beneath the pale blue blazer, adding a bit of character to the outfit.

I’ve found a few similar pieces below, including a black and white cat printed blouse and an alternative in bird print for those of us with different animal tastes.

Blazer:

1. Matches Fashion, $850.00

2. AliExpress, $19.86

Pants:

3. LuLu’s, $87.00

4. Farfetch, $650.00

Blouse:

5. House of Fraser, £38.00 ($53.02 USD)

6. DHgate, $24.26-26.32

Shoes:

7. Nordstrom Rack, $69.97

8. AliExpress, $90.30

 

Bradley Cooper Works at Burger King for a Weekend

Turns out the hottie can flip it!

On Sunday, Bradley Cooper was spotted working a shift at Burger  King in Leicester Square, London. Why, you ask? To train for his upcoming role as a chef in the film, Adam Jones.

“Bradley was training alongside genuine Burger King staff,” a source told The Sun. “The aim was to learn the art of the flip, which he nailed fairly quickly. There was no real fanfare from him. You’d never know he was a big star by the way he spoke to people. He spent Sunday night learning the skills while the restaurant was open to the public and then filmed for most of the day on Monday.”

Those were some lucky little British Burger King customers!

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Adam Jones, directed by John Wells, will also star 50 Shades of Grey male lead Jamie Dornan, Uma Thurman, Sienna Miller and Emma Thompson.

According to The Wrap, the film is about a big shot chef who returns to London in search of a third Michelin star after giving up his career for a few years.

Filming is set to be completed by the end of September.

I’m just mad that he wasn’t training for this role in NYC. Hmph.

 

Jennifer Lawrence Comforts Crying Fan at ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ Premiere

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As if we didn’t already love Jennifer Lawrence to pieces, the Hunger Games actress stepped off the red carpet in London last night to comfort a crying fan.

Lawrence was in the middle of an interview outside the Odeon Leicester Square in London when she saw the young girl nearly bawling her eyes out in awe of her presence. She was dying to meet her Hunger Games heroine, and luckily, her dream came true.

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In the video, JLaw is seen taking pictures with the little girl and signing autographs for her.

She went right back to the interview once the little girl was satisfied with her fifteen seconds of JLaw.

For those of you who didn’t notice, Jennifer Lawrence is sporting a new pixie cut hairdo.

Too many people are commenting on the similarities to Miley Cyrus’ hairstyle.

Pixie cut or long haired, Jennifer Lawrence is still the same sweet, kind hearted person we all know and love.

Hunger Games: Catching Fire opens on November 22nd in the United States.

This Week in Music: Taylor Swift’s “Sweeter Than Fiction”

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Taylor Swift has a new song featured on the One Chance soundtrack called “Sweeter Than Fiction”!

If anyone is going to write a sweet little song about life, Taylor Swift is your girl for the job.

The film about Britain’s Got Talent winner Paul Potts, directed by Simon Cowell, comes out in the UK on October 25th, 2013.

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One Chance Movie Poster

Luckily, the song “Sweeter Than Fiction” is already out for your listening pleasure.

“Sweeter Than Fiction” is a medium tempo tune with lots of guitar and drum beats.

The intro is a lovely melody of major chords that sound full of triumph and hope.

The instrumentation of the rest of the song is nothing out of the ordinary, but the lyrics are heartwarming.

The lyrics of “Sweeter Than Fiction” take listeners through the doubts and triumphs of success. The second part of the first verse is beautifully written, as she sings,

Seen you fall, seen you crawl on you knees (eh, eh)
Seen you lost in a crowd, seen you colors fade
Wish I could make it better
Someday you won’t remember,
This pain you thought would last forever and ever (Verse 1, Part 2)

The bridge of the song reminds us all why we love Taylor’s voice so much, as the beat slows down a bit and she drags some of the words out legato:

I’ll be one of the many saying
Look at you now, look at you now, now
I’ll be one of the many saying
You’ve made us proud, you’ve made us proud, proud

And when they call your name
And they put your picture in a frame
You know that I’ll be there time and again
‘Cause I you loved when… (Bridge)

The way the drum takes over in the instrumentation of the last few lines of the bridge brings a nice touch of sentiment to finale of the song, in which Taylor sings the first part of the first verse again.

I hope this song actually plays during the film and not just the end credits.

Or worse: I hope its not just for the soundtrack. That would be a shame to waste such a beautifully written song when it could well be played in the film itself.

Enjoy the track!