We don’t know anything about Chloe Melas, aside from the fact that when we Googled her name, two things popped up: a Chloe Melas once wrote for CNN back in 2009 and Chloe Melas is also the Senior Entertainment Reporter for HollywoodLife & east coast host for ENTV. Judging by her Twitter photo, the latter person *could be* the same person.
As for Brian Mazza, we’ll fall back on an Inked Magazine writeup on the New York-based businessman:
You may recognize Brian Mazza if you watched socialite Tinsley Mortimer’s short-lived reality show, High Society, where he met her during a not-so-successful blind date. Shortly after, the two reconnected and they’ve now been a solid couple for a year. “Nothing is sexier than having a girl who works hard and kicks ass,” he says. “I was with a lot of girls who didn’t have any motivation, and she’s driven and is a career woman, and that’s the sexiest thing.”
Mazza is a workhorse himself. At just 27, he is a partner at the wildly popular New York City restaurant and bar The Ainsworth and is also director of hospitality for Paige Management Group. He has an air of niceness and humility you don’t see often in the booze-fueled world of bars and clubs. Perhaps that’s because he got his start in the tony fashion business, where a chance encounter with Rachel Uchitel—yes, that Rachel Uchitel, and no, nothing like that (she passed along a job opening to run the Hamptons hangout Dune)—led him into the nightlife world. His fashion background also informs his take on the places he works. “How you walk into a room sets the tone,” he says. “I want everyone to dress well, so right away they get that tone at the restaurant.” Mazza, who loves clothes, thinks it’s odd that “people ask me why I iron my shirts on Saturday.” And he laughs when asked if he’d be caught dead in flip-flops. “Never flip-flops. No way. It’s so skeevy. Even when I go to the beach I have Converse on!”
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Krysta Rodriguez is best-known for her work as Wednesday Addams in the Broadway musical “The Addams Family”. Starting in 2013 she’ll be joining the cast of NBC’s Smash starring as Ana. As for the event, so yeah, there’s the “A Christmas Story, The Musical” now playing at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in NYC. It’s playing now through December 30th, click here for more info and tickets.
Pictured: Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge, Adriana Lima, Miranda Kerr
Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge, Adriana Lima, and Miranda Kerr raised the temperature of NYC a few degrees yesterday afternoon as they attended the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Angel Holiday Celebration during the reopening of NYC’s flagship Herald Square store. So here we have three MILFs, Lily, Adriana, and Miranda to go along with Candice who we hope doesn’t get the pregnancy bug and allow boyfriend Hermann Nicoli to knock her up. The only letdown from this appearance is that they were running around in lingerie but something of that magnitude would be too. much. hotness. even for us. On to the poll because that should be fun…
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Jennifer Lawrence stars opposite Bradley Cooper in the upcoming romantic comedy Silver Linings Playbook. The film also stars Robert De Niro, Anupam Kher, Jacki Weaver, Julia Stiles and Chris Tucker. After having premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival back in September, the film will open in the theaters on November 21st. For more info, visit the Silver Linings Playbook official website.
Pat Solitano (Bradley Cooper) has lost everything — his house, his job, and his wife. He now finds himself living back with his mother (Jacki Weaver) and father (Robert De Niro) after spending eight months in a state institution on a plea bargain. Pat is determined to rebuild his life, remain positive and reunite with his wife, despite the challenging circumstances of their separation. All Pat’s parents want is for him to get back on his feet and to share their family’s obsession with the Philadelphia Eagles football team. When Pat meets Tiffany (Jennifer Lawrence), a mysterious young woman with problems of her own, things get complicated. Tiffany offers to help Pat reconnect with his wife, but only if he’ll do something very important for her in return. As their deal plays out, an unexpected bond begins to form between them, and silver linings appear in both of their lives. [Source]
Naomi Watts stars opposite Ewan McGregor in the English-language Spanish drama film directed by Juan Antonio Bayona, The Impossible. After having made its premiere at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival, the film is set for US release on December 21st. For more info, visit The Impossible official website.
The film tells the true story of a Spanish couple, played by Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor, and their three children. It starts as the family begins their Christmas vacation in Thailand, with the intention of spending a few days at a tropical paradise resort. However, their idyllic vacation is interrupted on the morning of December 26, 2004, when a devastating tsunami interrupts their relaxation and destroys the coastal zone, separating the family and triggering a frantic search. The father with two sons and the mother with one, gets separated till they find out each other as the movie ends. As the credit rolls, it is shown that the family reunites. [Wiki]
“The midfielder said the MLS Cup 2012, which takes place Dec. 1, will be his final competitive game with the club.”[THR]
Ever wonder what David Beckham would look like without the words “Herbalife” scrawled across his chest? Well, you’ll get to find out in just a few weeks, when David Beckham bids adieu to the L.A. Galaxy soccer team and moves on to greener pastures and sturdier cleats. After six seasons with the team, Beckham says it’s time for him to move on, though he will in all likelihood stay on as part of the team’s “ownership structure” (like you didn’t expect him to keep reaping a profit, even from American Soccer).
Officially, Beckham says, “I’ve had an incredibly special time playing for the L.A. Galaxy; however, I wanted to experience one last challenge before the end of my playing career. I don’t see this as the end of my relationship with the league as my ambition is to be part of the ownership structure in the future.”
Our prediction: it’s only a matter of time before Hollywood (and the Church of Scientology) come calling. Those H & M underwear ads weren’t quite the hit retailers were hoping for.
Oh, what’s a dried-up genius facing the greatest block of his innate creativity and genius to do? Go straight for the jugular: literally.
This is the basic point of the charming yet somehow ineffectual new movie Hitchcock starring Anthony Hopkins as renowned Hollywood director and cinematic auteur Alfred Hitchcock. The movie begins with the man sitting despondently in the shadow of the success of his last picture, North by Northwest, which many a film student has had to watch, study, and decipher before they were ever allowed to shoot or write anything. Hitchcock is unnerved by what he should do next. Is such a success repeatable? Is it better to veer off in an entirely different direction? Or perhaps he should hang up his megaphone and be done with the silly business of show altogether?
No, he decides: there is more to be done. And what is to be made is the filmed version of his latest pet reading project, Psycho. Everyone knows what happens after this point, but the film centers itself not on the success of Psycho and how it redefined the horror genre, but on the making of the movie and how it was basically an exercise in doubt, self-flagellation, and the art of dousing all-consuming metaphorical fires. Film-making is an ugly, tedious, and unforgiving business; its only rewards are not to be found in receipts at the box office, but in the delusional minds of filmmakers who hate the craft but love the final product. Hitchcock was one such man.
As played by Anthony Hopkins, he is a giant marvel of a man, though oddly the story never really scrapes beneath the surface. Yes, he’s odd and witty and full of dark purpose (and he plays magnificently opposite co-star Helen Mirren who plays his wife and partner Alma Reville ), but we never get to really see why he’s so utterly dark on the inside for such a seemingly cheery and affable man. Scarlett Johansson plays Janet Leigh surprisingly well, but it’s Toni Colette who steals the show as Peggy (how could she not? She’s Toni Colette!) In the end, this is more fantasy than reality, and you wish it had been weightier instead of so fanciful. Still, it ‘s a movie that more than the average cinephile or Hitchcock enthusiast will enjoy.
Following a big night at the 2012 American Music Awards in Los Angeles this past Sunday, Kesha is back to promoting her second studio album “Warrior,” which drops at he end of month (November 30).
The Nashville-born pop star fashionably made her way to NYC yesterday so she could perform on NBC’s “Today” earlier this morning. She was spotted arriving into JFK airport dressed to the nines, rocking Rag & Bone Rani Print pants and jacket, a vintage floral print blouse, a trendy hat, and black and white leopard print shoes. God damn, talk about dressing the parts!!
Did a search for “#Today Kesha” on Twitter (people weren’t too happy):
Since the “Today” show performance isn’t available, here’s Ke$ha performing “Die Young” on the AMAs: