“Camila Cabello looked cute at Variety’s Young Hollywood event” links

Varietys Power Of Young Hollywood

Camila Cabello is the only person Heather recognized from the Young Hollywood event and honestly, SAME. These youths, I don’t know them. [GFY]
The anniversary of The Sixth Sense, and Spoiler Culture. [LaineyGossip]
If you had to paint an emoji on your house, which emoji would it be? [Dlisted]
Donald Trump’s aides admit that his visits were bad. [Pajiba]
Love After Lockup dude continues to do dumb stuff. [Starcasm]
I totally forgot about this historically bad Emmys telecast. [Seriously OMG]
Oh God this Givenchy is messy on Julianne Moore. [Tom & Lorenzo]
I actually love this dress on Katy Perry. [JustJared]
ICE raids in Mississippi left hundreds of children without parents. [Towleroad]

Varietys Power Of Young Hollywood

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  1. Eliza says:

    With her hair like that she reminds me of Janice from Friends. Oh my Gaaaawd.

    • pantanlones en fuego says:

      These kids in their 20s are obsessed with the 90s

      • Eliza says:

        But Janice??? Why?

      • Kitten says:

        I hate it so much. The fashion right now is friggin killing me. Mom jeans and crop tops. UGH! No I lived through that shit and don’t need to live through it again. It was bad enoough the first time.

      • whatWHAT? says:

        Kitten, just laugh at them like our parents did to us when we co-opted the 60s looks in the 80s. 😉

    • dee says:

      I came here to say exactly that. At first I thought it’s another excellent use of photos by kaiser. But nope, that was her actual look.
      I can’t believe she looked in the mirror and thought “cute”.

  2. Mrs. Peel says:

    She looks like a housewife of some city, and twice her age.

  3. Beach Dreams says:

    Eh…that whole look screams Vegas showgirl imo.

  4. Jb says:

    Does she tho? (Sips tea)

  5. Wow2 says:

    Her face looks so different in these pics and I dont know if it’s her hair or makeup or shes been messing with her face but she shouldnt

  6. Ramona Q. says:

    Nooooooo, I didn’t think Julianne Moore was the Botox face type.

  7. Lightpurple says:

    While all those brown children were leaving school in Mississippi to discover mommy and daddy were missing, Nagini gleefully tweeted a picture of herself with a departing staffer’s white daughter, saying how happy the girl would be to spend more time with her mother. Her white supremacist dog whistles are viciously cruel

    • pottymouth pup says:

      I know this is a horrible thing to say, but I hope she ends up paying a very personal price exacted by the very white supremacy she supports

      • Jerusha says:

        All of them. Every single rotten one of them. Including the spouses. Including everyone in his Cabinet. Including all Senate Republicans.

    • minx says:

      I loathe Nagini.

  8. shells_bells says:

    Did anyone watch the 90210 reboot last night? I didn’t, just wondering if it was as big of a mess as expected.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      I’ve read pretty much only negative reviews (except for one), but…

      …I have to say, I thought it was funny. I was a fan of the original show and, if you take it as what it’s supposed to be, it’s watchable. if you’re not familiar with the story line, they’re playing “hyper-realistic” versions of themselves (the actors). and Tori…well, Tori Spelling (as I noted on another post) is startlingly self-aware and self-deprecating about her ACTUAL life predicaments. she actually comes off as kind of likable. And Jennie Garth is hilarious, dealing out almost nothing but snark. they mix references to old episodes with references to the actors’ real lives. not everything in each of their lives on the re-boot is factual, but some parts are (like Tori’s finances, and Gabby Carteris being president of SAG, and Brian Austin Green’s wife’s career eclipsing his own).

    • greenmonster says:

      At first I was not interested at all, but when Shannen Doherty agreed to join I wanted to give it a try and I kind of liked it. I read a lot of comments of people who were disappointed but mostly because people expected something different – as in that it would be a straight up reboot and we would see Brandon, Brenda, Kelly and Co as adults in their 40s. People are even complaining that the premise has not been made clear, which it was from the get-go. If these people did not take five minutes within the last couple of months to read one article or to watch a single interview, it’s on them to have the wrong expectations. If you knew what you were into and still didn’t like it, that’s a different story.

      The first episode almost felt like it was a nod to fans AND gossip blogs, esp. with Tori and Jennie. If you have never watched the show during its original run and only know Tori from articles on this side or others, you would totally get a lot of the references from her storyline (the lazy husband, her overspending and financial problems, even the irresponsibility towards her kids is mentioned by Ian Ziering).

      It really isn’t as bad as I thought it would be and I like it better than watching Brandon and Kelly getting back together and breaking up again. It’s cheesy, campy and not to be taken seriously.

  9. Nicegirl says:

    I would choose 🖖🏽🖖🏽🖖🏽

  10. stinky says:

    Is this not ‘bangs trauma’ ? ….