Even though a fashion-based reality show could be a sure hit for television, especially when hosted by real-life fashion model Elle Macpherson, most fashion shows don’t make it out the gate and die on the track before the season is over. The reason is that it’s hard to find a reality-based fashion show that has mainstream appeal. NBC decided a different approach was necessary and it believes that former NBC President Ben Silverman can deliver. As one of the executive producers of NBC’s newest reality show “Fashion Star,” Silverman hopes that adding a real-world business element to the show might be the winning component for "Fashion Star." The real-world business element Silverman brings to NBC’s Tuesday night “Fashion Show,” is the opportunity for the show’s contestants to design clothing that the audience can actually buy – sometimes the next day. NBC’s “Fashion Show” stars Elle Macpherson, who doubles as host and executive producer, celebrity mentors Jessica Simpson, Nicole Richie and award-winning (Read More.....)
Who doesn't want to smell like a celebrity? That is the theory, anyway. Below is our list of the hottest celebrity fragrances for 2012. It seems like with each passing year there are more "celebrity fragrances" than ever. Some of them are actually really, really good. The good news is that you don't have to pay an arm and a leg to get them if you get them on Amazon. So now you too can smell just like Sarah Jessica Parker, Paris Hilton, Halle Berry, Jessica Simpson and Britney Spears! Unfortunately, you still will not be as wealthy or as successful as any of them.
Here is our list of the 10 hottest celebrity fragrances for 2012....
Some of the latest celebrity fashion news and rumors from around the Internet....
1980s teen idol Corey Haim has died from what is being called an "accidental" overdose. There are reports that Haim had flulike symptoms before he died and was getting over-the-counter and prescription medications.
Madonna is getting ready to launch her new celebrity clothing line which will be called "Material Girl".
The Early Show on CBS recently brought on a couple of "experts" to basically trash the Academy Awards show: