To be delicate Ms. Wintour is not known for her diplomacy but a charm offensive may well reshape her public image. The director of a new HBO documentary, In Vogue: the Editor’s Eye, says Wintour “is accessible, smart and furry.”
Insert as many side eyes and as much sucking of teeth as you see fit.
But it does give me an excuse to relate my FAVE Wintour Tale. While conducting an affair during her marriage to David Shaffer (father of Bee) Wintour was spotted by an acquaintance leaving an apartment with her paramour in the wee hours of the morning. Her frenemy noticed the couple because of Anna’s distinctive chinchilla wrap. Lesson learned. When having illicit trysts, leave the signature fashion items at home kids!
With her absolute devotion to Swiss tennis player Roger Federer, if the UK gig doesn’t pan out there is always Switzerland.
In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye will premiere on HBO December 6, at 9PM.
Looks like Xtinacouldn’t even wait until next week’s episode of The Voice to throw some major shade and bitchface, as Brittani, Ana and I all predicted. Honestly. THIS bitch. Take a look at the hate she spewed about some of the past winners from the show that PAYS her to look like she does:
“[My former act] Chris Mann, prime example,” she said. “Came in fourth last year. It’s like, ultimately, who’s the real winner? Who’s Javier [Colon]? Who’s Jermaine [Paul]? At this point, I think it’s all about Chris Mann, thank you!”
Aguilera added that she believes Duron can be successful without a talent show, citing her own experience of losing Star Search in 1990.
“I lost [a talent show] myself earlier on in my career,” she said. “I’ve gone on to do much bigger and better things – some people don’t even know what Star Search was! I’m sure Dez will say the same in his own way one day.”
Really? My eyes are rolling like a casino slot machine, Xtina.
I will never say that Xtina can’t sing. We all know she can–and she makes sure we know by telling us every gotdamn week, how-bloody-EVER. Her bitter, bored and bitchy demeanor is absolutely intolerable at this point. I’m actually dreading watching her NOT CLAP for contestants after their performances. (Has anyone else noticed that?) Then she’ll look down at her “notes”, not make eye-contact with the nervous contestant in front of her, berate then dismiss them. I’m already grinding my teeth, you guys.
Christina Aguilera has become incredibly unlikable the older she gets, which really isn’t good for business. Her level of malevolence about “The Voice” in general leaves a bad taste in my mouth. Personally, I won’t miss her when she’s gone next season while she “creates new experiences” for herself and “see [her] fans one-on-one”—whatever that crap means.