Looks like Kylie Jenner is getting inspired by her famous family!
Left: The 19-year-old showed off in a cream corseted dress on Thursday, looking completely photo shoot ready. And of course, Kylizzle posted the pic for all her Snapchat followers to see!
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Right: But Caitlyn Jenner definitely did it first when she made her debut on the June 2015 cover of Vanity Fair shot by Annie Liebovitz!
So, we have to ask…
[Image via Snapchat/Vanity Fair.]
Donald Trump's campaign has been pretty adamant that those lewd comments about sexually assaulting women were just "locker room talk," and is simply a normal topic of conversation between alpha males. (Like, Billy Bush, for example?)
Well, according to a former supermodel, Trump's locker room apparently extends to the White House — as he would not stop saying "vulgar" remarks about women's breasts at the 1993 White House Correspondents Dinner!
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Former Sports Illustrated model Vendela Kirsebom claims her night at the political event was ruined because she had to sit next to Trump, and his comments were so "excruciating" that she was forced to switch tables!
Trump's disgusting and inappropriate behavior that night was well-documented by Vanity Fair editor-in-chief Graydon Carter in his vicious takedown; but now the formerly mononymous Vendela is telling her own story of getting Trumped.
Speaking to DailyMail.com, the 49-year-old remembered:
We've heard a lot of very smart folks explain how terrible Donald Trump would be for our country — John Oliver, Stephen Colbert, Warren Buffett, and of course, his opponent Hillary Clinton.
But not many can talk about how terrible Trump is IN PERSON.
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Enter Graydon Carter, the editor of Vanity Fair, who on Tuesday morning wrote a short piece about his many run-ins with the figure to whom he famously referred as a "short-fingered vulgarian."
The takedown is as fascinating as it is brutal, and we highly recommend it.
But if you don't have time to read the lengthy piece, here are the best five things we learned:
It's no secret some fans can take their admiration a little too far!
In the November issue of Vanity Fair, Benedict Cumberbatch opened up on the perils of fame and the internet's ongoing obsession with his persona. The candid convo comes on the heels of scary celebrity incidents, like Gigi Hadid's run in with prankster Vitalii Sediuk to Ally Brooke Hernandez's assault by a crazed fan in Mexico.
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While Cumberbatch hasn't encountered any terrifying incidents similar to Gigi or Ally's (phew!), he's still bothered by fans who've elevated their fandom into "stalking." We imagine the Sherlock Holmes star is referring to overzealous members of Twitter's "Cumberb*tches" or the Cumberb*tch group on Reddit.
According to the actor, the "deluded" nature of his fans reached a hilt after his son was born in June of 2015.
Benedict went on to lament:
Rita Ora can't be bothered with all that Becky dramz!
As we faithfully continue our search for the mistress Beyoncé refers to in her song Sorry, the 25-year-old singer would like to reiterate the fact that she most definitely did NOT interfere with Jay Z's marriage.
And quite frankly, Rita thinks it's pretty "rude" you'd even assume so! Snaps!
In a new interview with Vanity Fair, the Body On Me songstress stressed:
Bruce Springsteen is not afraid to be an open book… literally!
For his memoir Born To Run, the I'm On Fire singer opened up about his longtime battle with depression and his father's struggle with the same disorder. With the book's release only a few weeks away, we aren't shocked to learn that the hitmaker touched on this particular topic while chatting with Vanity Fair.
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In an excerpt obtained by the fashion mag, Bruce wrote: