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Fugs and Fabs of the Marie Claire Party: So Much Crazy


As with so many parties that are Fresh Faces events, this one was actually a mix of newbies and people whose faces are only fresh in the sense that they are probably clean.

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Golden Globes Final Fugs and Fabs: The Lightbox Purge


That bodice is an unforgivable curse. If this were Harry Potter, there would be a verboten spell that does exactly that to the top of your enemy’s outfit.

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The Young Hollywood Awards: The Rest


It’s a Young Hollywood Melange. And like most melanges –melangii? — some of it is delicious and some of it is perplexing and much of it is boring.

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Fugs and Fabs: The Hyde Bruno Mars & Ellie Goulding Event


I can’t believe things are still happening at Hyde. Hyde is, like, where people on The Hills stared into the middle distance and cried into appletinis, and I feel like Nicole Richie set a variety of scenes that were damning to Paris Hilton’s general ability to walk upright in The Truth About Diamonds there. Good for them for staying in business! Additionally, people wore stuff.

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Fugs and Fabs: EW’s Comic-Con Party


For some reason — and I’m sure this will change once I publish the post, but for now — the list of “related posts” coming up as I type this is: The NFL Draft from 2012, the NBA Draft, and the NFL Draft from 2013.  Because Ginnifer Goodwin and various CW stars have SO much in common with those two things.

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Fugs and Fabs: The CW Upfront


All hail the unexpected return of The Carrie Diaries! Between that and Hart of Dixie, The CW is thoughtfully keeping our fugcapping racket in business. However, the network also has a show about Mary, Queen of Scots, called Reign; some weird looking alien-human yada-yada called Star-Crossed; a remake of a show called The Tomorrow People (which I used to watch when I was a kid and will probably watch at least twice now), and The 100, about juvenile delinquents sent back to nuclear-ravaged Earth as test subjects, and (I assume) Lord of the Flies-style shenanigans ensue. Let’s face it: I will probably give all of those a shot, because nobody speaks my language like The CW, even when it speaks it fairly badly. Of all of them, I’d say Reign has the only Fug the Show potential, but then again, it’s not like I can speak with any authority on clothes from that era — although I CAN say I wish the romantic lead would manscape a little better.

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