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Best And Worst Celebrity Looks Of The Week!


Rose Byrne, you can ring my bell any time.

This week’s Best and Worst Celebrity Looks of the Week is a little quiet. Not much goes on in those days between xmas and NYE. Last week we all went WTF at Lindsay Lohan’s outfit. Who will take that spot this week? Go through and choose your pics for BEST, WORST, and MOST WTF.


Here’s what Beyoncé wore to promote her new album. This reminds me of Jennifer Lopez. And also of a robot.

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Elle Macpherson Is Almost 50, Still Smokin’ Hot

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Elle Macpherson is one of the most famous supermodels in the world and has been for several decades. Now that she’s nearly 50, she realises she’s a bit beyond her modeling prime in terms of societal standards of beauty but guess what! She doesn’t give a shit, so nice try. She’s super confident with herself still and for good reason – she looks great!

From Red:

“People can say what they want,” Macpherson said.

“If people say, ‘Look, she is old’, well I am! I’m nearly 50! Of course I am not going to look the same as when I was 20.”

On Botox: “Some people look fantastic, but every time I’ve had it done I look worse,” she said.

“Plus, I just do not want to put that stuff in my body.”

On her nickname as ‘The Body’: “I know some people might have been insulted to be called ‘The Body’, but I said thank you very much. It’s brilliant for business.”

Good for her for embracing aging – though to be frank, she doesn’t have much reason for insecurity. Then again, everyone has things they don’t like about themselves no matter how they look and I’m sure she’s no different. So… you go, girl?

Elle MacPherson Doesn’t Care About Animals

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In a recent interview, Elle MacPherson was asked about her interest in Chinese medicine, and she admitted to consuming powdered rhino horn.  She said that it tastes “a little bit like crushed bone and fungus in a capsule,”  but it “does the job.”  Ok, let’s dissect this real quick.

Rhino horns have been used to treat a variety of ailments for centuries, and although research has shown that the horns don’t contain any real healing qualities, they are still extremely sought after.  The demand for rhino horns has led to the animals being on the verge of extinction.  If you’re so inclined, you can find some graphic photos of rhinos who have had their horns cut off slowly bleeding to death.  Then there are all the cases of poachers killing people who are attempting to protect a rhino.

But hey, by all means, Elle, go ahead and exotically treat your headache or whatever.  It makes you look totally interesting.