Fugger: Raven Symone

Fugs and Fabs: “Hamilton” Broadway Opening

Dilemma: I want shows to stay open on Broadway for a long time, so that theatre there thrives, but I ALSO want them to migrate west faster. Those desires appear to be at odds. Sigh. Fun Home, I’m coming for you. I don’t know when, I don’t know how, but I AM.

[Photos: Getty, Fame/Flynet]


Fugs and Fabs: The Rest of the Paper Towns Premiere

Obviously, Cara D got her own slot. But everyone else — Mischa Barton! Nat Wolff! A cavalcade of models! — step on up.

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Fugs and Fabs: The Premiere of Empire

This event has conveniently reminded me to set my DVR for Empire, which is getting good reviews, and which also appears to involve Taraji P Henson sweeping in places wearing head-to-toe leopard print, which is obviously also a huge selling point. She looked great last night. Other people? Maybe not so much.

[Photos: Splash]


That’s Fug Raven

I’m curious, Raven.

What will this be? Is it going to be a triumph of casual-meets-fancy, like when Sharon Stone wore those Gap shirts to the Oscars 1996 and 1998? Or will it be dangerously insane, like when Sharon Stone wore those Gap shirts to the Oscars in 1996 and 1998? (Hey, for all I know, you hated it when she did that.) Turn around, Raven. Let’s settle this.

oh, the anticipation!


Fug and Fab the Blue

Apparently, Perez Hilton’s birthday party theme this year was called the Blue Ball, which… cue the dad from A Christmas Story, and we’ll leave it at that. But it’s always fun to see which people take themes to crazy extremes — you’ll recall Leona Lewis wore a mask last year to this same bash; this year it’s Selena Gomez – and which just come for the booze and trot out a regular old dress (ahem, Raven Symone).

Fug Madness 2009 winner Aubrey O’Day is back in resplendent wacktacular form here, with her poofy skirt and neck sleeves and sparkly tube top that may or may not be velvet. Something about the way her necklace hangs there keeps giving me the optical illusion that her top is a bra that has shifted 90 degrees to the side, just like all the hideously uncomfortable and ineffective strapless bras I’ve ever owned. And let’s not forget the piece of skirt lining that’s sneaking up over the high waistline. It’s like Limited Too Goes To The Prom In 1996, crowned with a Chico’s throw. Oh, girl. You epitomize the idea that simply putting on clothes does not an outfit make; sometimes that just ends up with you wearing your Goodwill pile.

[Photos: FlynetOnline.com]