I'm sitting here watching the Real Housewives of New Jersey Reunion Episode and they keep bringing up the kids. This whole situation beyond pisses me off. These kids didn't sign up for this and I think its ignorant to think that they can comprehend and know any better. If mommy says, "It'll be fun, you'll be on TV" and you're a 10 year old, it sounds convincing. But what's that 10 year old going to do when it backlashes?
The same goes for things like blogging and facebooking and such for your babies. Think about how embarrassed you are/were when your baby pics get shown off. Because we as a society have started adjusted to this self-promotion and public life, will it cross over naturally to our children? Do you think it will be natural for them to be so out there? I am interested to see what these kids think later on.
Ever wonder what it's REALLY like on the red carpet? CHAOS! Mr. CelebBuzz himself records at the premier of The Switch and this gives a pretty accurate (yet I think somewhat calm) insider look on what it's like to be a publicist in the entertainment industry...
It's come to my attention that a lot of my friends or friends of friends are getting married and I am noticing an awful trend of bad dressing as a guest.
Couple of suggestions whilst picking the outfit: This day isn't about you. Do not wear white or anything too closely to it. Stay classy. You can never go wrong. Don't go crazy experimenting. Determine the difference between sexy and skanky.
Of coarse I wouldn't just say this without examples!
I have "virgin hair" as hairdressers like to say. Never highlighted or dyed. Nope not even once. At this point, I decided I may as well wait even though some days I am tempted to make the change. What will put me over the edge? My first gray hair. The day that comes, bring on the chemicals! Some days I want dark, some days I want light but I'll probably just go with something like this: