Cara reunites Kendall and Selena
Plus Kate Middleton has a surprising new stylist, Lena Dunham is fighting back and Lindsay Lohan is in trouble with the law... again
Kendall and Selena put Bieber behind them
Kendall Jenner got a pretty good present for her 19th birthday on Monday – a reunion with rumoured former 'frenemy' Selena Gomez. The lead mediator between the two stars was apparently their mutual friend Cara Delevingne. And karaoke, according to a video posted on Cara's Instragram account last night, which shows her and Selena serenading Kendall with a rather raucous rendition of Happy Birthday at a karaoke bar in Los Angeles.
Kendall and Selena allegedly fell out a few months ago over the brunette model and her sister Kylie's friendship with Selena's on-off-on boyfriend Justin Bieber, but we're glad to see they've put all that behind them. Sisters before misters, right?
Who is Kate Middleton's stylist?
Mild wardrobe malfunction or not, there's no denying that Kate Middleton's clothes are usually very stylish. The mother of one-year-old Prince George switches to and from royal-chic and glamorous so effortlessly, making us humble commoners wonder: who is the mastermind behind her style?
Apparently, it's Natasha Archer – a personal assistant at William and Kate's home, Kensington Palace. Vanity Fair's Royal Watch reports that Kate's preference for Jenny Packham and Alice Temperley is the result of Natasha's advice.
"Initially Kate was a reluctant fashion icon, but now she enjoys it. Tash helps source some of the clothes. She shops a lot for Kate online, and calls in hundreds of dresses for Kate to try on," a source told Royal Watch. "She has persuaded Kate to take more risks. The hemlines are shorter and Kate's really pushing the boat out in the fashion stakes."
We just hope the Queen approves of Kate's outfits, because we'd love to see her pull off more red carpet-worthy looks, like the pale blue Jenny Packham gown she wore recently (pictured below, centre).
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Lena Dunham responds to molestation accusations
Lena Dunham may have opened up new ways of talking about our bodies and sexuality, but she says she is ‘not the kind of girl’ portrayed in a scathing recent review of her new book, Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She’s “Learned”.
Citing anecdotes from the book, The National Review article accuses Lena of sexually abusing her younger sister when they were kids, stating that her childhood stories reveal “some very disturbing behaviour that would be considered child abuse in many jurisdictions.” Another article in Truth Revolt also made similar accusations.
Lena is not at all pleased and responded over the weekend with some pretty mad tweets, including one which turned the focus back on the articles' authors: “I told a story about being a weird 7 year old. I bet you have some too, old men, that I’d rather not hear.”
She'll have the last say, of course. In true Lena form, she ends her string of tweets with this final jibe at her critics: "Sometimes, I get so mad I burn right up. Also I wish my sister wasn't laughing so hard."
Lindsay Lohan sued for stealing business ideas
Just as Lindsay Lohan is about to kickstart a new career, trouble comes knocking. The actress is supposedly being sued for $60million by Fima Potik, her former business associate. Fima is claiming that Lindsay and her brother Michael Jr. stole the idea of their "celebrities virtual closet" app Vigme from Fima's online shopping company, Spotted Friend.
According to Page Six, the Manhattan Supreme Court Judge has stopped Lindsay and her brother from launching, promoting and marketing the app until the pending lawsuit is resolved.
Lawyer Ravi Batra, who is representing Lindsay, said the Lohans intend to file court papers "backing up their claim that Fima is an inept plagiariser who fraudulently induced Lindsay, Mike and Chris to join him with [false] representations that he would have a product-recognising app by June 2013 – an app he still hasn't created." He added, "Fima's days of being a celebrity leech are over." Looks like this is going to get feisty.