Topic: Audrina Patridge

15 Celebrities Who Love Being Naked (Or Half Naked) On Instagram

15 Celebrities Who Love Being Naked (Or Half Naked) On Instagram

This weekend, Heidi Klum Instagrammed a naked photo of herself–her most recent in a string of partially nude photos the model shares across her various social media accounts. This inspired us to go in search of some of Instagram’s other famous exhibitionists–after sifting through the accounts of dozens of celebrities on the photo sharing app (and irreparably torching many brain cells), we learned some startling truths–Audrina Patridge‘s feed isn’t remotely the bikini extravaganza you’d expect–and some less startling ones, like who belongs at the top of the list… More »

Red Carpet Rundown: A Fashion Disaster Dystopia At The 2013 Billboard Music Awards

Red Carpet Rundown: A Fashion Disaster Dystopia At The 2013 Billboard Music Awards

Anyone familiar with The Gloss‘ fashion coverage knows our opinion of music awards show red carpets: they are uniformly the worst.

…The thing about last night’s 2013 Billboard Music Awards? They were a different dimension of the worst. Every look was a jumble of ill-conceived ideas and bad planning.

Get ready for a few glorious pages of horrible to sublimely ridiculous red carpet moments, all in one place. Happy Monday! More »

8 Reality TV Shows That Should Totally Exist

8 Reality TV Shows That Should Totally Exist

Earlier today, Jennifer wrote about why she doesn’t like reality TV. A lot of what she says makes sense. It is usually difficult to empathize with reality TV stars. Most of them are pretty stupid. And they never actually fall in love, even on a trip to Fiji (well, actually usually it’s like St. Barts or St. some island in the Caribbean). But as a viewer of a good mix of both reality TV (Jersey Shore! American Idol, but not this season because the judges stink! Real Housewives of Orange County!) and fictional dramas and comedies (Gossip Girl! Modern Family! How I Met Your Mother! Friday Night Lights!), I think it’s fair to say that reality TV isn’t going away. More »