Here we are again, another round of Best and Worst Celebrity Looks of the Week! Here’s what happened last week. Go through this week’s photos and pick your favorites for BEST, WORST, and WTF looks. And discuss whether or not Kate Hudson did something to her face.
Every year the Met Gala happens in New York City, and every year it’s the same thing: super-big-name celebrities are invited gratis, and other, more fledging celebrities have to pay through the nose to secure admission (no joke—Kate Upton paid $25k for her ticket and she does CAT DADDY), and you have good fashion and bad fashion and not a whole lot in between. The event’s always cool, though, because you get to see the best and the worst of celebrity fashion and this year was no exception.
In today’s list, we have Jessica Biel, who wouldn’t be on this list if it weren’t for her engagement to Justin Timberlake (that’s actually not true, but it’s probably how she feels about the situation); Emma Stone, who looks like every little-girl-who-prefers-red-instead-of-pink’s fairy princess come true; Marion Cotillard and bangs that are as short and choppy as that one time when I cut my own with meat scissors back in after I saw them on some girl on E! on wine night—only difference is they look good on her; Gisele Bundchen, who can barely do any wrong (’til she opens her mouth, anyway); and Camilla Belle, who is really coming into her own and looking fierce as hell.
Honorable mention? Carey Mulligan, up top. Not many people can pull off a dress that says, “No, don’t look at me—look at you!”
#5 – Jessica Biel
#4 – Gisele Bundchen
#3 – Marion Cotillard
#2 – Emma Stone
#1 – Camilla Belle
Who looked the best?
Ok, I love Camilla Belle. Love. Her. So much. I think she’s so stunning and she was in one of my tip top favorite movies, The Chumscrubber, plus she used to date the hot Jonas Brother, so basically she’s perfect. And then this outfit happened.
Lady tuxes, really? I hate a damn lady tux. Camilla Belle was looking totally gorgeous, as always, and then she has to throw on this gross, silky mess of a tuxedo. I want to rip this trend off of the entire world and burn it in a barrel in my backyard, along with Katy Perry’s worthless demands and anything that Courtney Love has ever worn. Who’s with me?
Really, she doesn’t. Remember when those two weren’t sleeping together but having ice cream dates instead and it sort of weirded everyone out because they looked like brother and sister with those wavy, permed eyebrows and long, somber, emo’d out faces?
Well apparently, Camilla Belle has grown up and shed her bushy brows, ditched the grey-tone skinny jeans and is looking frankly AMAZING these days, especially in her recent Jezebel magazine shoot.
Keep at it, girl. If we’re comparing apples to oranges here, you’re way hotter and more sophisticated than Taylor Swift, so own it. Just don’t be surprised if old girl Taylor pulls a voodoo doll out on your ass for being all gifted on the mattress and stealing her once-chaste boyfriends.
The 19-year-old Joe Jonas and his actress girlfriend Camilla Belle have split, a fact that was confirmed by her rep. “Yes, it’s true. [Joe and Camilla] have broken up. There is no third party involved and they care deeply about each other and will remain friends.”
For Joe’s part, he made a public statement of his own at a concert Sunday night in Detroit. He changed a line of song lyrics from “Get a rep for breakin’ hearts, now I’m done with superstars” to “Get a rep for breakin’ hearts, now I’m done with movie stars.”
Oh, the teenage angst of it all.
They’ve been rather secretive about their romance, but Joe Jonas and Camilla Belle looked very much the couple as they took in an LA Dodgers game on Monday. The whole Jonas clan attended — including Frankie, the one who’s not in the band. I’d actually never even heard about him until now. I’m gonna go ahead and be pleased with myself about that.
The woman in the blue dress is Dodgers CEO Jamie McCourt. When I went to business school in LA, in my past lifetime, I had the opportunity to take a course Jamie taught on women in leadership. Although she gave me a B — not cool, Jamie — it was one of the most useful courses I took during the entire degree program. I totally use way more of what Jamie taught me than anything I learned in investment finance or accounting (which is probably a good thing, given the economy right now — sorry to all my classmates who became I-bankers!). She’s a total inspiration who manages to be a well-respected professional in a male-dominated industry while maintaining a healthy, loving marriage and raising children who adore her. I wanna be her when I grow up.