Anne Hathaway is ''devastated'' over the publication of photos which show her going "commando."
The 30-year-old actress was emerging from her car for the Les Miserables premiere in New York City on Monday when her black Tom Ford dress rode up and showed that she was wearing no underwear in front of waiting photographers. Some of the pictures have now been published and Anne feels humiliated knowing the world has seen her private parts.
Speaking to Vanity Fair writer Ingrid Sischy at a luncheon the following day, the New York Daily News newspaper overheard her say, "I was getting out of the car and my dress was so tight that I didn't realize until I saw all the photographer's flashes. It was devastating. They saw everything. I may as well have lifted up my skirt for them."
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart can only appear together at "Twilight themed" red carpet events.
The couple - who also star alongside each other in the vampire franchise - reportedly have a clause written into their contracts preventing them appearing at any other red carpet event together, explaining why Robert was alone at the premiere of Paul McCartney's video to his latest song "My Valentine" in Los Angeles last week.
"One [reason Robert was on his own] was he didn't want to make it the Kristen and Rob show and take away from the actual event. They also have a clause in their Twilight contracts that they can only appear together at a Twilight themed red carpet together. Twilight kind of owns some of their appearances they do together until [final Twilight film] Breaking Dawn: Part 2 is one hundred per cent completed," a source said.
Meanwhile, it has been confirmed filming on Breaking Dawn: Part 2 isn't over yet and both Robert, who plays lead vampire Edward Cullen, and Kristen, who portrays his wife, Bella Swan, have been recalled to Canada to shoot some "technical" scenes for the film.
People for Ethical Treatment for Animals (PETA) has offered to pay the legal fees of the mystery woman who flour bombed Kim Kardashian last week.
The animal rights group - which denies being involved in the red carpet attack - thinks the reality star would be "shortsighted" to press charges against the unidentified assailant, and are prepared to support her financially should she be taken to court over the March 22 incident.
"We don't believe Kim would be so shortsighted as to go after this woman, but if she does, we'll definitely look at how to maximize exposure to the cruel fur industry, and that could mean defending the activist if she wishes," a spokesperson for PETA said.
The group also urged the 31-year-old beauty - who was hit by cooking flour while promoting her new perfume at The London Hotel in West Hollywood - to '"enhance her image" by donating her "vulgar" furs to the homeless.
"PETA is not speculating about who floured Kim and unfortunately we can't say who sent us the video. How much better it would be if she decided to evolve and enhance her image by donating her vulgar furs and exotic-animal skins to the homeless," the spokesperson added.
Kim Kardashian is "laughing off" her flour-bomb incident.
The 31-year-old beauty was hit by a mysterious white powder - later discovered to be cooking flour - while promoting her new perfume at The London Hotel in West Hollywood last night, and while she had to be ushered into a room to clean herself, she admits she is not upset.
"I'm fine. You have to laugh it off! I brushed off and came right back out," she told E! News. Kim also confirmed she would not be pressing any charges over the incident.
Although the People for Ethical Treatment for Animals (PETA) are best known for their flour-bomb attacks on fur wearers, the campaign group have denied any involvement - although say they hope she can learn something from it.
"PETA has tried everything from polite letters to public protests, but Kim Kardashian has not been moved by the news that animals are beaten, electrocuted, and even skinned alive for real fur garments. Whoever threw that flour may reach her when our polite appeals did not," a representative told TMZ.
Kim Kardashian has been flour-bombed on the red carpet.
The 31-year-old reality star was promoting her new fragrance True Refection at The London Hotel in West Hollywood on Thursday night when an unidentified woman pelted her with white powder.
Dressed in a black blazer, leather trousers and an electric blue blouse, Kim's hair and entire back were covered by what firefighters later found to be cooking powder. According to TMZ.com, security guards took her to a private room where she brushed herself down before choosing to return to the event.
"That probably is the craziest, unexpected, weird thing that ever happened to me. Like I said to my makeup artist, I wanted more powder and that's a whole lot of translucent powder right there," Kim told E! News.
But little sister Khloe, 27, does not find the incident quite so funny. "I wish I was with my sister tonight. I bet you that woman wouldn't have dared tried a thing ...," she wrote on her Twitter.
Kelly Osbourne pulled a fashion faux par last night when she walked down the red carpet with sweat patches. The TV star had pulled out all the stops by donning a bright red figure-hugging dress at the launch of E! Entertainment in Munich, Germany, but on closer inspection Kelly had damp armpits.
The 26-year-old blonde was mortified by her unplanned perspiration afterwards and blamed heat lamps for her unsightly sweat.
"Pulled a fashion no no last night i had sweat marks because there we heat lamps on the red carpet! #eww (sic)" she wrote on her Twitter page.
Not to be outdone by the royal wedding, 165,000 Kentucky residents -- okay, plus a few tourists and celebrities -- dressed up in their finest spring clothes for Derby Day. The first Saturday in May marks an iconic and long-running sports event, social outing and fashion parade. And what's the fashion accessory of choice for the Kentucky Derby? The hat, of course -- and unlike London, they make 'em big in the south. Follow the jump to see the full red carpet review for the running of the roses...
The A-list guests have arrived at the royal wedding, though the real stars of the event -- the royal family -- are still standing by. What do celebs wear to a royal wedding? Follow the jump to see all the white carpet fashion...
We know that the men at the royal wedding have been asked to wear military uniforms, and now we’ve finally got some details on what the women will wear. People is reporting that the bridal party gowns, including Pippa Middleton's maid of honor gown, have been designed by Nicki Macfarlane, a British designer who specializes in wedding fashions.
Prince Harry’s girlfriend Chelsy Davy is being dressed by Alberta Ferretti. Her day gown will be aquamarine, and for the Buckingham reception she’ll don a blue satin crepe frock in a one-shoulder design.
Kate Middleton’s dress remains a mystery, but the almost-Princess will show it to the world in a matter of hours. We’ll bring you pictures and updates as the event unfolds. Keep checking back to get all our royal wedding coverage.
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We’ll be giving the royal wedding our full red carpet coverage (or, more appropriately, white carpet), so you can keep track of all the fashions and designers. Up first: Princes William and Harry of England.
Reports say that the two heirs to the throne (Prince William is second in line, Harry third) will wear their military uniforms during the wedding. William will be in red, the color of his Colonel of the Irish Guards regalia. He has served in all of Britain’s armed services, three total. The Prince was appointed Colonel in February. The picture above shows the Princes in the black Irish Guard uniforms.
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