Luckily, no one was injured, but no suspects have been arrested either.
Stay safe, everyone!
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When HBO got the rights to a book about high fashion and fame, of course they thought of Lena Dunham to write the TV show!
Along with co-showrunner Jenni Konner, Lena has created a bona fide hit for the network, and they're hoping the duo can do it again!
Only instead of Girls, they'll be writing about women! One particular woman, in fact- Betty Halbreich!
That's right! Betty helped create the look for Sex And The City, the show that helped create the look for America!
Is Lena Dunham ready to write a woman that already became who she was? Guess we'll have to tune in to find out!
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However, is Carrie only getting herself into trouble, hanging out with and being influenced by Larissa, the Interview mag style editor and klepto?
Check out next week’s promo (above)!!
Now that the majority of the backstory is out of the way, let’s hope the show’s second ep REALLY reels us in!
Though, always a plus?? The ‘80s soundtrack, although we were hoping to see more authentic, retro fashion!
They always say it’s hard to beat the original.
And that is heightened when the show and character are so beloved as Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City.
But now, AnnaSophia Robb has started her attempt at filling Sarah Jessica Parker’s Manolo Blahniks with the premiere of Carrie Diaries last night.
While she’ll never be enough for some, it seems she has received the ultimate compliment.
AnnaSophia revealed how SJP recently gave her the seal of approval in taking on the name she made famous.
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First of all!
Playing the music of the star's husband's ex-wife in the series finale?? …maturity is a beautiful thing!
GG's swan song opened with Lulu Gainsbourg and ScarJo's sultry cover of Bonnie & Clyde as Chuck and Blair were escaping from the scene of his father's death. This was also the moment when Serena learned the truth behind GG and hopped off the plane to rush to Dan.
But that wouldn't be the only musical highlight of the night!
Not even close!
As the CHAIR wedding was in preparation, It's Time by the delightful Imagine Dragons swept our silver screens in a tour de force! Seriously… we haven't felt that pumped for a TV wedding in a loooong time!
Their nuptials continued and Chuck and Blair exchanged their vows to The Talking Heads' Road To Nowhere, which provided an atmosphere of certainty, of satis… faction.
But theirs wasn't the only legally binding ceremony to be had! In a beautiful homage to its romanticized New York predecessor, GG fused Florence + The Machine's cover of You've Got The Love with DERENA's wedding.
Every true Sex and the City fan squealed in jubilee at that moment. Including us. Ha!
Now, what's a lil' GG fairytale without some dramatic twist??
As Kristen Bell's voice wrapped the series up once and for all, Kill Me by The Pretty Reckless played to usher in a new era of anonymity. And we gotta say… using Little J's song for the finish was just SO touching!
Check out You've Got The Love above, and then treat yo'self to the library of highlights (as well as a sweet, sweet surprise) …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Sadly, nothing chops down a pants-Redwood faster than being stuck for far too long onboard a crowded, uncomfortable plane — and that's what happened when someone from Team Carrie tried to commit a heinous crime!
A member of her entourage allegedly stole an admittedly fabulous pair of sunglasses from the terminal and tried to smuggle them out of the country!
Fans were at first thrilled to share an international flight with SJP, but they grew unquestionably annoyed with her after cops