Taylor Swift did a fantastic job hosting SNL last night! She was cute, sparkly and brought a young, hip sensation to the rest of the cast. My personal favs were her opening monologue and the SNL Digital Short, which was a trailer parody of Twilight.
I've been hard on T. Swift since she stepped on the scene because of her close proximity to Miley Cyrus (sick). But Taylor really held her own with the SNL cast and surprised me!
GagaDaily.com has posted pictures from December's issue of Vogue, which means that for the fourth month in a row, I will have to purchase the magazine based on who is on the cover/in the features. I'm likely going to become a subscriber, but we'll see about that.
I wonder who the photographer/artistic director was on these?!
Nothing wrong with supporting the magazine industry!
So, we're two weeks into the competition on So You Think You Can Dance, and I realized that I haven't posted anything about my Top 20 thoughts or weekly predictions. While I'd like to blame my incredibly busy social calendar for my lack of posts, the fact is I have yet to really be excited about anyone to pick a favorite and really root for them on here.
This season has been relatively boring so far. The only real surprise for me personally has been Kathryn McCormick (the notorious crier), who is paired with Legacy Perez. I thought I would hate her after her voice went to its highest octave while she was crying in Vegas. Thank God the tears have stopped because she is actually really talented!
I will say I was surprised that Bianca Revels was sent home this week but not surprised at all by the Phillip Attmore decision. Two tappers in the same week. Oh well. In my opinion, Phillip was this season's Evan, who stayed far longer than he deserved last season. And depending on how the rest of the season goes, it's saving grace may be that they didn't cast Evan's brother Ryan in the Top 20!
Who are your favorites? Any predictions for the winner yet? Anyone else wishing the producers would spice it up a bit?
I am more excited for this movie than I probably should be, but Meryl Streep and Alec Baldwin's pairing in It's Complicated makes me smile. And I smiled even bigger when I saw that they were the cover subjects for the new Entertainment Weekly!
We're getting to the time of year when the real power movies come out in the theaters. OSCAR SEASON! While I don't think It's Complicated will garner any nominations, it's always fun to see the most nominated woman in a rom-com.
All of my friends are going gaga over this cover. Robert Pattinson, who shot to international super-stardom after portraying Edward Cullen in last year's film adaptation of Twilight, graces the December issue of Vanity Fair. If you haven't heard of Pattinson, then you must live under a rock!
Although I think he's attractive, I don't fully understand the hoopla surrounding him—especially when the majority of the media coverage is tabloids creating a romantic relationship between him and his co-star Kristen Stewart (ick! I just don't get her appeal at all!).
As always, I can't wait for my copy of the magazine to come, but I'm not overly excited to read about Twilight.