Cher gets it. More
Apparently, cramming as much shock value into performances isn’t a winning formula. More
You saw this coming, didn’t you? If only I could turn back time… More
Guess what today is? It’s National Senior Citizens Day! What exactly does that entail? According to Time And Date, this holiday encourages us to “recognize and show appreciation for the value and contribution of elderly people to home, family and society.”
So, what are we specifically going to recognize and show appreciation for today? Why, the inspirational style accomplishments of some of the world’s most fashionable senior citizens, naturally! So, who makes the cut (and who’s number one)? Let’s take a look. More
You know it’s a slow news day when I’ve decided that it’s time to write about Cher and Tom Cruise. More
I’m guessing the inspiration board for this image (after the jump) included Cher, Cher, Vegas, a Reno bordello, and Cher. More
Sometimes, famous people make bad choices. And sometimes, they make them in ink.
Here at TheGloss, we are not afraid to help out in all manner of issues that require some fashion troubleshooting. In this case, we are not afraid to make sure you stay chic, warm, comfortable and deathly effective during the impending apocalypse. What kind, you ask? I’m not sure, so maybe a kind of general, broad-stroke apocalypse featuring mutants, zombies, flesh-eating virus, what have you. Let’s just say computers did it. More
Looking at this photo of Kristen Bell, Christina Aguilera and Cher at the London premiere of Burlesque is making me tired. My eyes hurt, I’m a little stressed out, I think I need to sit down and have some juice. I kind of feel More
This 1988 dude. Him. Happy December.
So the other day, I’m sitting in the movie theater with my popcorn bucket in my lap and my feet on the head of the person in front of me, ready to get my Burlesque on. “Take me away, Cher,” I mumbled as the lights went down.
Within one minute of the opening credits, Christina Aguilera, portraying a waitress in a dive bar in a small podunk town, delivered her first line, intended to sum up the entire plot of the movie: “I’m getting out of here, Rita.” More
A lot has been written about the campy genius that is the movie “Burlesque,” and I’ve ignored all of it if it doesn’t include glowing reviews about how Cher can do no wrong, Christina has the vocal prowess of a trained opera singer, and all movies should henceforth include musical interludes featuring women in fishnets and hot shorts.
But as Jennifer so aptly pointed out, it’s likely that this movie will push the four remaining women in Brooklyn and Silver Lake combined who haven’t bought themselves a pair of nipple tassels yet to go out and do so…then display them in the privacy of a small room containing only other, supportive women. More
Burlesque is like a magical turducken of a movie, stuffed with Showgirls and Cabaret and Coyote Ugly. There are a lot of reasons to see it, but here are five.