So sad and scary.
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You know it's been a wild night when you can't keep your knickers under wraps! LOLz!
The singer went all out with her look, channeling the glamour of the 70s in her ostentatious outfit, teased-to-the-heavens blonde hair, and ultra glittery makeup!
Bianca Jagger and Donna Summer would be proud!
Rita also had a seksi Red Riding Hood vibe in her velour red Natalia Kaut dress with a plunging cowl neckline that doubled as a hood!
And doesn't her giant gray Diane von Furstenberg fur coat kinda make it seem like she killed the Big Bad Wolf and wore his pelt???
ANYWAY, the real story here is Rita's off-white undies being exposed thanks to that insanely high thigh-slit!
See the uncensored NSFW photo …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
While the performance was undoubtedly visually stunning, a lot of people thought the costumes were in poor taste. They were offended that KayPers seemed to be paying tribute to an antiquated Japanese tradition of, in essence, high-end prostitution.
However Johnny Wujek, the singer’s stylist, has finally spoken out about the true inspiration behind the colorful kimonos!
He claims they were solely inspired by their love of the country, saying:
Don't worry, Nina, it's perfectly natural!
Sports Illustrated model Nina Agdal, AKA, Adam Levine's ex-girlfriend, was recently having a blast shooting the new Bebe campaign in Miami Beach when her slinky top exposed her right breast and nipple!
Nina didn't seem too bothered by it, however, and simply fixed it up and went right back to posing! Atta girl!
Nipples are nothing to be ashamed of!
Check out the uncensored, NSFW pic … AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Curse that dang HD powder!
When used sparingly, it can make people look extra awesome, but sometimes makeup artists get a little overzealous and when those cameras go flash, it's not a pretty sight!
Unfortunately, Rose Byrne had to deal with the ghostly white powder around her eyes at Glamour's Women of the Year Awards in NYC yesterday evening, but she was a good sport about it!
The actress' speckled red strapless dress by Jonathan Saunders did a valiant job of keeping most of the attention on her trim bod and away from the annoying makeup mishap.
And Rose also managed to remain beautifully poised while balancing on her burgundy Topshop heels.
All's well that ends well, no?
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Well, the poor costume choices of the guests caused so much drama that the party hosts have released an official apology for the culturally insensitive costumes that resulted from their "Hallowood Disco Africa" theme.
Miguel Arnau, the senior fashion editor at Hercules Universal, posted to Instagram:
A group of Italian fashion insiders took blackface to a whole new level over the weekend when they showed up to a "Disco Africa" themed party.
Designer Allesandro Dell’Acqua and some friends went as far as wearing minstrel makeup