Drama, drama, dramaaaa!
On Friday, TMZ revealed details about Brangelina's current settlement discussions -- which includes negotiations over
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Buy her torn-up jeans!
The reality starlet announced the Good American line on Instagram, gushing about how excited she is for the release on October 18:
It's no secret that Bethenny Frankel and LuAnn de Lesseps aren't on the best terms!
As you surely know, the Real Housewives of New York stars went head to head during the Bravo hit's reunion episodes over the way the entrepreneur told the Countess about her fiancé Tom D'Agostino Jr.'s cheating ways. Drama, drama, dramaaa!
So obviously Bethenny won't be attending LuAnn and Tom's New Years Eve wedding under any circumstance, right? WRONG!
Miz Frankel dished to People:
She should sign us! Ha!
Kate Moss has revealed she's opening her very own talent agency, the Kate Moss Agency, which will focus on mining acting, singing, and modeling talent.
Speaking with Business of Fashion magazine, she said:
"It's a grown-up thing. I felt like I wanted to do things that were more than modelling. It didn't matter how much we would try and do it together with [Storm Models], I was always going to be the little Kate that they've known since I was 14. It was like leaving home. I had to leave, and they were very understanding about it. They were like, ‘Yeah you've got to go now, we've done as much as we can do.' I wanted to spread my wings."
The 42-year-old isn't solely looking for models, but is eager to find people who can be big stars like herself, whatever their talents may be:
Nothing like an awkward Twitter feud with a national hero to make things interesting at the box office!
We already know this weekend's box office was VERY unkind to new releases Bridget Jones's Baby, Snowden, and Blair Witch, but only one of those movies is adding insult to its own injury!
Blair Witch failed to crest even $10 million in its box office opener, which meant lots of blame to go around for everybody involved.
And yet, while writer Simon Barrett was self-deprecatingly funny about the whole thing, we can't say the same for director Adam Wingard (pictured above, left).
The drama all started when Barrett tweeted: