Fugger: Jayma Mays

Kids Choice Fugs and Fabs: The Midriff Brigade


Well, it might not be big enough to qualify as a brigade, necessarily, but it’s at LEAST a posse.

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What The Fug: Sheers at the Glee 100th Episode Party


If the idea is that the more episodes you have in the can, the more skin you show, then they ought to pull this show off the air NOW.

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Unfug It Up: Jayma Mays


I feel like there’s a lot of good happening here:

Those shoes, for example, are the OPPOSITE of boring and I love them — they’re insane, and in general, I’m not into the open-toed bootie, but EVERYTHING about them is so nutty that I think they actually work. Thank you, Brian Atwood, for existing, and BLESS Jayma’s stylist for not putting her in a boring shoe. I want to buy her a cocktail for that. And I actually think this whole look is really INTERESTING. But, despite the fact that both pieces of this look were designed to be worn together, I keep wondering if, in practice, the blouse-y shape of the top is fighting with the interesting waist detail on the skirt — would this have worked better split up, and done with a sleeker top? Or something else? Or do you think it’s perfect as is? Please put on your stylist hat — I’m sure it’s super glam — and weigh in.

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Fugs and Fabs: The Ryan Murphy Paley Center event


What will crash first: Glee, or this trend?

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SAG Awards Fugs and Fabs: The Glees


It’s been a while since this many faces of Glee were in the same room. Not so long ago they were an inescapable dozen (or whatever). Gotta love ensemble nominations. I actually wish the Emmys did that, too. Sometimes, Hollywood, have to BRIBE the fashion out onto the red carpet.

* Note: Late adds of Amber Riley and Jenna Ushkowitz, because their pictures hadn’t turned up yet when I wrote this post.

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SAG Awards Unfug It Up: Jayma Mays


Here’s the thing: If this dress were JUST this, I’d probably be okay with it.

It’s a lot darker and more sleek than she usually goes. And it’s very celestially sparkly. It reminds me of going to the Planetarium when I was a kid, or that week in ninth grade when I had to do a class canoe trip through the Everglades — not being able to shower, and using shrubbery toilets for a week in front of all your classmates, during such formative years? GREAT idea; not scarring at all — and I saw more stars in one night than I think I’d seen in all the 13 years prior put together. If we hadn’t been on a float made of giant boats tied together, wondering how bad we all smelled, it might’ve been super fun. Maybe it was. I have blocked out a lot of it. Nature isn’t my bag.

Anyway, all Everglades Nights aside — that is totally going to be the title of my forthcoming Outward Bound-themed perfume, by the way — it was when Jayma turned around that I had questions.

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