Fugger: Kate Hudson

Oscars Fug or Fab: Kate Hudson


Ultimately I like this better than I thought I did, but let’s discuss the illusion netting anyway. It’s never NOT fun to talk about illusion netting. My trick will be whether I can do it without dropping a triple-toe loop reference… wait. Dammit.

To net, or not to net?

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[Photos: Getty]

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Fug or Fab: Kate Hudson


So, as I may have let slip yesterday, I recently fell down a How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days rabbit hole. And I’ve concluded that a) it’s really not a good movie, although also eminently watchable; b) some of the McConaughey parts are incredibly sexist (like referring to his two female colleagues as Lips and Hips); and c) if Kate Hudson’s alleged spring 2010 boob job DID actually happen, it’s too bad she felt she had to go there because she was perfectly lovely when she rocked the A-cups. I know she’s post-pregnancy now, but some of that cleavage did appear seemingly at random way back then, and although it’s none of my business I do sort of think it’s a shame. It was refreshing that she wasn’t your typical boobalicious over-tanned blonde bombshell. And her hair, back then? HER OWN. I know.  I mean, it might be now, too, but back then it was untamed and occasionally windblown and downright crispy in a few shots. She was rootably adorable because she wasn’t obvious. Of course, back then, she was in more likable movies than Bride Wars or Something Borrowed (although she’s actually quite funny in that one) or Alex & Emma or Fool’s Gold or You, Me, and Dupree. So maybe she just needs a new agent, and I’ll stop worrying about her chest and start paying to go see her in theaters.

First, the gold dress:

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And now the black:

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[Photos: WENN]

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Fug or Fab The Fake Makeover: Kate Hudson


Kate Hudson is currently shooting what might be the boringest-titled movie in the history of film: The Reluctant Fundamentalist. It feels like someone named it by picking adjectives and nouns out of a hat. It could as easily have been The Naysaying Botanist, or The Jacketed Existentialist, or The Mild Gardener. Anyway, for her undoubtedly fascinating role in The Pensive Chemist, Kate has donned a brunette wig. I’m curious as to what you think.

Am I crazy or does it give her a Wino Forever vibe? Old-school Wino, though, circa Heathers. I’m trying to imagine this color actually properly dyed on her real hair, and in the end I think it would be all wrong. I mean, sure, it could work for The Uncertain Barber, or The Disinterested Mixologist. But for Kate Hudson? She’s Goldie Hawn’s daughter. A slightly messy head of blonde hair is not only in her DNA, but it’s her family calling card. And so I feel like, why are you casting Kate Hudson in your movie to be anything else? Because the whole time I’ve looked at this photo, I’ve been thinking, “Hey, look, The Tedious Zoologist looks like Kate Hudson in a bad wig.” Not promising for your film.

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Fug or Fine: Kate Hudson


“Oh, don’t PATRONIZE me. I know what this is. I’m pregnant, and everyone wants me to get married, so the only thing anyone wants me to have is some dumb satin sack with some dumb glittery bodice like I am some dumb shotgun bride. Well, I’m ENGAGED, isn’t that ENOUGH? If you won’t give me a fishtail hem the size of New Jersey or a ballerina dress so short I could give birth in it, or a necktie that’s taller than Tom Brady, then can’t you leave a girl and her bejeweled bird-dropping headpiece ALONE with the appetizers and a seltzer? GOD.”

Is Kate right to look so crabby?

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Fug or Fab: Kate Hudson


I know exposed zippers are all the rage, but I tend not to be a fan. Obviously sometimes when they’re worked into the design in an edgy way, they can make sense; by and large, though, they’re too distracting. It’s the same reason I abhor clear shoes or tons and tons of toe cleavage: There is nothing sexy about peeling back those curtains. The way feet pinch and scrunch into shoes isn’t an alluring peekaboo so much as a surefire way to make people wince and wonder if you need to sit down for a second, and when you’re looking more at what’s fastening a dress than you are at the actual dress, to me that bespeaks a design mistake. Don’t give people an excuse to look at the tree rot in some of your majestic oaks, when the forest itself looks really stellar from a distance, you know?

So pardon me for being unable to gauge this dress, but I’m too busy staring at the giant metal teeth ripping through her right side, with what looks like a matching hanky — but is probably just a weirdly placed ruffle — cleaving itself to her hip. It’s messier than my room, and when you consider that I haven’t had a chance to put away my laundry in three days, that’s saying rather a lot. 

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Almost Fugmous/Fug or Fab, Kate Hudson


Does Kate Hudson have the flu, or something?
This just seems messier than her usual I’m-so-laid-back-that-a-puddle-has-more-pressure-than-my-blood aesthetic, as if she’d taken to her bed for three days and her agent finally dragged her out, handed her a bucket of fish scales, and said, “YOU’RE GOING, AND THAT’S FINAL.”
Speaking of those fish scales:

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