Fugger: Teresa Palmer

Fugs and Fabs: The Crystal + Lucy Women In Film Awards

I have no idea what is happening here, but I hope shower caps are the new black.

[Photos: Getty]


Fugs and Fabs: British Fashion Council Event

Remember when I was JUST saying Hollywood needs to keep having lots of parties? I need to add that it WOULD be okay if they spread them out a little through the week. Just a thought.

[Photos: WENN, Splash]


Fugs and Fabs: The G’Day USA Event

I need to confess something. Remember that time Rose Byrne wore a jumpsuit to the SAGs? And I called her one of the Flying Elvises and basically thought it was ridiculous? I have totally softened on that stance. I’m still not sold on it, and I still think the jumpsuit as a concept is the enemy of a lady’s groin, but there’s something really brassy about her doing that — back then, no one had yet for such a formal occasion. And she has this innate coolness that makes me think she pulled it off as well as anybody could, so… listen, I just needed to get that off my chest before we talk about what is currently on her chest.

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Fug (or Fab) Me Home Tonight

Now that we’ve pulled our heads out of the Oscars’ darkest orifice, we can focus on the fact that other things also happened in the world. Like, say, the premiere of Take Me Home Tonight, a movie whose existence sort of confuses me, except that it’s an excuse to use the song “Take Me Home Tonight” in the previews. Apparently Topher Grace is in it, although I bet if you asked, he’d say, “Yeah, the existence of this movie confuses me, too. I’m so much better than this.”

And the premiere was a total mixed bag: Some people, like Teresa Palmer and Michelle Trachtenberg and Jaime King, tried; other people, like Debbie Gibson and some unnamed people in pink pants, seemed to think they were at a costume party. Guess nobody is quite sure what the hell is happening, or where.