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Guess The Most Searched Beauty Term On Google
No it has nothing to do with DIY nails, or FKA twigs' baby hairs. "Man buns" was the most searched term of the year. Seriously. According to Google's annual beauty report, 2015 saw an increase in men hunting for tips on "how to grow a man bun" and the even more laughable, "how to tie a man bun" beating out terms searched by women. Who's going to break the news to bros everywhere that the man bun is officially NOT cool. (Via: Think With Google)
The Power Of Shonda Rimes Is True And Real
ABC should just change the network name to Shondaland. Shonda Rimes's production empire is about to serve up a dramedy based on young nanny life with "Scandal" stars, Kerry Washington and Katie Lowers, tapped as executive producers. via Variety:
"The project is described as an edgy and comical upstairs-downstairs look at the insanity of modern child-rearing, focusing on the group of nannies, a trio of interconnected families and their various support staffs, all trying to help the kids grow up when they haven’t yet quite grown up themselves."
Just a quick recap on the Shondaland slayage, the nanny dramedy joins four other Rimes series in development including a Romeo and Juliet inspired series, "Still Star-Crossed", an untitled catholic nun-based drama, "Splitsville", and a military drama. That's not to mention her 2016 mid-season drama, "The Catch", "Grey's Anatomy", "How To Get Away with Murder" and "Scandal" currently on air. Does Shonda live, eat and sleep in an ABC writers room? Probably, yes. (Via: Variety)
The One Tweet You Should Be Aware Of
Guilty Shop At drunkMall
Tyler Mahan Coe's drunkMall is the lit equivalent to the now RIP-ed SkyMall — a catalog of shit you really don't need but after one or two or the entire bottle of wine, you buy anyway because YOLO. Even if you're not interested in buying a superhero bookend, or caffeinated hot cocoa the descriptions and captions of the items are worth a few hours of mindless scrolling. (Via: drunkMall)
Rick Ross Remixes Adele's "Hello" Because Why Not?
Homepage Photo + Above (Via Terry Richardson for Rolling Stone)
PostedOct 29, 2015