Ever wanted to take a master class in Beyoncé??
Sounds like a BEY-utiful experience, no?!
Per the school's website, the course involves:
ZOMG, so much to process!!
She arrived with a new shade of brunette tresses, which were a far cry from the blonde she rocked during most of her relationship with Clooney, and she also spent the whole night with her millionaire man Jared Pobre!
A source told us EXCLUSIVELY about her hair and beau:
Good hair is such a powerful thing, you know.
Why do you think Herbal Essences likened the feeling of perfect tresses to the orgasmic rush of sex back in the day? Hmm??
And according to a recent survey, there's one celebrity in particular who owns the crown when it comes to the most iconic hair of all time.
Learn who it is …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Ready for a game of "spot the star"?? George Clooney is, LOLz!!
The silver fox graces the front of W magazine’s art issue, and is totes COVERED in polka dots of varying sizes. He also poses in front of a spotty backdrop, which makes him both spotted and hard to spot at the same time!!
The suit is a Giorgio Armani number customized by Yayoi Kusama, a Japanese artist notorious for her obsession with dots. Which makes PERFECT sense, since this might be the most dotted suit we've ever seen!!
Inside his spread, the handsome actor continues to blend into different backgrounds, some spotted and some not.
All the dotted looks remind us of a monochrome version of Dippin' Dots, making us wish we were licking that sweet treat right off Georgey's nekkid bod. Ha!!
See why below!
P.S. When we said "hard to spot on" the cover, we actually meant TOTAL HARD ON!! Will he ever lose it??
[Image via Emma Summerton/W Magazine.]
No stilettos? No problemo!
After years of walking red carpets and awards show stages in high heels, Julia Roberts has had enough!
The actress was wheeled onto the BAFTA LA's Britannia Awards stage in El Lay on Sunday, looking rather regal in a wheelchair with her bare feet pointed forward in quite an elegant fashion.
Yes, she was also barefoot in addition to being pushed around by a seksi blonde! Hey, if Hollywood legends can't demand special treatment once in a while, then who among us can?!
But seriously though, while she may have opted for a wheelchair because shoes had been killing her feet, we also wonder if it was a planned prank as her pedicured toenails match her ensem!
After presenting friend George Clooney with the Stanley Kubrick Award for Excellence in Film, she locked arms with the silver fox and sauntered off on her impeccably pedicured feet!
We were so mesmerized by her tootsies we almost didn't notice her embellished Elie Saab LBD!
Isn't it pretty?
[Image via Getty Images.]
Sandra Bullock is out of this world!
The delicate frock featured draping along the skirt and left shoulder, lending it a cape-like effect that made Sandra seem like a regal space goddess.
Origami folds on her Giuseppe Zanotti heels beautifully complemented the draping on her outfit, while a sleek blowout was the furthest thing from helmet hair.
[Image via Ivan Nikolov/WENN.]
The two attended the photocall of their new flick, Gravity, where Sandy completely stole George's spotlight in a delicious rainbow sherbet colorblock Alex Perry dress and gilded Giuseppe Zanotti sandals.
Don't get us wrong, the 52-year-old looked dapper in his black suit and pinstripe shirt, but it just doesn't compare to his co-star's outfit!
Maybe next time he should color coordinate with Sandra, then again, seeing George in a lime green suit would be a little weird. LOLz!
[Image via Ian Gavan/Getty Images.]
The breakup really got to her…
Stace is serving us with Marie Antoinette meets high fashion Bride of Frankenstein, and we're loving every single neck plunging minute of it!!!
The Supermarket Superstar host revealed she was totes obsessed with this edgy shoot:
"This was my absolute favorite shoot to date. It was so fun to try different and more dramatic looks. It felt almost theatrical."
With the ultra teased do' and plum lip perfection, this former pro-wrestler is a total knockout!
[Image via Line Magazine.]