Uh-oh, drama is a-brewin' on the Glee set and we're not talking about the scripted dramz!
Talk about a figurative slap in the face!
But maybe life is imitating art for these two!
There's no fooling us, Selenita! We know it's you!
In a failed attempt to go incognito, the no longer single starlet stopped off at Panera Bread
If you think you can’t afford to look like one of the world’s most classy women, you’re wrong!
Just run out and pick these up before your next event:
Dress - $140.99 at MicDresses
Earrings - $24 at JCPenney
Bracelet - $10.80 at Forever 21
We’re still finding it hard to believe that anyone can cop Catherine’s look for $175.79!!
She loves fashion as much as we love her!
The singer slash actress, who also has her own clothing line, has a serious passion for fashion, but who wouldn’t if they looked that great?!
On the cover, J-Hud rocks a
Glowing? More like sparkle!
In fact, Chanel's so pretty in these ads, we think she'd make the perfect tree-topper! Ha!
Do U agree???
[Image courtesy of Forever 21.]
Let the legal dramz begin!
A rep for Forever 21 issued a statement on Friday saying:
"[The company] shares the Department of Labor’s commitment to proper wage payment under the Fair Labor Standards Act. To that end, Forever 21 promptly responded to the department’s subpoena with information that resulted in a full resolution of the matter under investigation. Forever 21 also offered to meet with the department and is surprised and disappointed that the department declined to meet before filing this action but looks forward to working with them to address any issues.”
So what's next?
If both parties are unable to come to an agreement, they'll be seeing each other in court.
[Image via WENN.]
But now the U.S. Department of Labor found the company to be working with vendors that don't pay their worker's overtime or minimum wage!!
On Thursday, the department announced that the retailer has failed to provide docs from a subpoena that was issued on August 16, which would show their labor practices from suppliers and apparel contractors.
Now, the department is going one step further