Fugger: Julianne Hough

Fugs and Fabs: The Rest of the iHeartRadio Awards

Brace yourself. This event brought us many a jumpsuit.

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Fugs and Fabs: Celebs at Various Super Bowl L Festivities

I spent my Super Bowl weekend doing filing, doing a magic show with the beans, cooking, and typing. So basically all these people and I had the same experience.

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Fug the Cover: Julianne Hough on Cosmopolitan, February 2016

Oh, this cover.

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1) Doesn’t that sans-serif font look like the result of an error message? “I’m sorry, [font name] isn’t available so Photoshop has substituted Arial.” Actually the entire thing seems a bit amateurishly art directed from that standpoint.

2) Julianne’s bathing suit is made for a lady with different size breasts.

3) Also I don’t even think it’s a bathing suit. It’s just lingerie, right?

4) Why the lingerie? BORING.

5) Hair looks GREAT and she is so pretty, and I appreciate that she’s trying, but that facial expression is a cross between The Joker and Jessica Simpson. It’s not her best look.

6) I’d find her more confident, in a Yay Ladies kind of way, if she shook her hair back and stuck out her chin and seemed more defiantly secure. This is a little Maxim, maybe? I chalk that up to direction, though.

7) If you’re keeping lust alive, why is it a Hashtag Throwback Thursday?

8) I am not a fan of multiple exclamation marks. I have trouble even using one, unless I am being sarcastic.

9) Say no to cover emojis.

10) Without having read the issue — DISCLAIMER — the cover line that really turns me off is the one about how to live a “$$$ life.” It doesn’t say how to increase your earning power, or get a promotion; it just seems to imply it’s teaching you to live large, as if that — the very showmanship of it all — is what matters. If the story IS actually empowering and useful from a professional standpoint, or even a Secretly Great Budget Swap standpoint, then that headline totally undersells it. And if it’s not, and it’s just teaching you that appearances are all that matter… kids, that’s a Confessions of a Shopaholic trap. Don’t do it.


Fugs and Fabs: The FOX TCA Party: The Ladies

Some bad choices were made.

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People’s Choice Awards Fugs and Fabs: The Grease Live Cast

Fox’s Grease Live is airing on Jan. 31 — the day after the SAG Awards, which are on a Saturday, which… I have thoughts — and these are several of your Rydell High students. (Aaron Tveit is Danny Zuko.) The cast that’s the most important, though, is the one I just read: BOYZ II MEN will be playing the Teen Angels that sing “Beauty School Dropout” to Frenchy. Can’t we just have them pop up at important parts of the production and sing refrains from their other hits? “I’ll Make Love To You” will be needed basically every 30 seconds.

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Fugs and Fabs: Celebs Wearing Things to the Airport

So! Recently, LAX announced they’re going to build a new, super-private VIP entrance for celebs, to which I say: BORING. How am I supposed to judge people’s cute luggage now?!? WILL NO ONE THINK OF MY PAGEVIEWS? (Also: yes, by all means, totally get on building a secret tunnel from LAX to Calabasas for the Kardashians but don’t even worry about the fact that the JetBlue terminal only has a Burger King and like three toilets for women, total.) Let’s enjoy this while it lasts!

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American Music Awards Fug or Fab: Julianne Hough in Naeem Khan

I can’t decide:

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This is either amazing and fun, or she’s modeling the newest formal uniform for the cocktail waitresses at the Luxor. Either way, though, those shoes have got to burn.

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