The Spice Girls are close and have never let anything get in the way of their friendship, even a little vomit. Emma Bunton(Baby Spice) revealed a situation that happened between her and Mel B (Scary Spice). Emma said, “We were in America, we’d gone out for some drinks and we were on our way home in the car and I did feel very ill because I’d eaten something weird and had a few drinks. I was sick out the window but it blew [back in]…” Mel added, “Yeah, I do remember that, it blew into my mouth!” Emma said even though she did the puking, it was ultimately Mel’s fault because she talks so much. But like they sing, friendship never ends, despite a little vomit.
“The Brady Bunch” cast has teamed up with HGTV to renovate the house used on “The Brady Bunch.” The six actors who starred as siblings on the show will take part in “A Very Brady Renovation,” HGTV‘s show about overhauling the iconic house that served as the Brady home’s exterior from 1969 to 1974 to match the sets on the inside. Each BB star will team up with different HGTV stars. Here are some of the match-ups; Maureen McCormick (Marsha), who considered buying the home herself before HGTV placed the $3.5 million winning bid, will team up with “Property Brothers” stars Drew and Jonathan Scott. Jasmine Roth from “Hidden Potential” will renovate the master suite with Christopher Knight (Peter) and Mike’s Den and Office with Barry Williams (Greg). “Flea Market Flip” star Lara Spencer will partner with Eve Plumb (Jan) and Barry on Greg’s Attic and Alice’s room.
Selena Gomez has left rehab after about a month there dealing with mental health issues. A source said Selena is “doing much better” and feeling “refreshed and is in a better head space.” Selena checked into a facility in early October to deal with an emotional breakdown following her hospitalization for low white blood cell count one year after undergoing a kidney transplant. From what hear, part of her treatment means “not going back to performing anytime soon.” According to the source, Selena “wants to lay low for a while and isn’t ready to go full force into working yet.”
Brian Atwood is back for his fourth year as lead footwear designer at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, and let’s be honest, that’s the only reason I even care about the show since I’ll never look like those models or be able to fit in their lingerie. Brian talked about the commitment it takes to be involved in such a show, saying, “It usually takes around four to six months from initial concept to final product.” So to give you some fun facts about the shoes, there are 100 shoes in the show, 18 different styles, most popular shoe size is 8, the highest non-platform heel is five inches, and the most expensive shoe is $15,000 (embroidered crystal boots), the most bedazzled has more than 3,000 crystals, the highest over-the-knee boot is 60 inches, and the pair that took the longest to make is the constellation over-the-knee crystal boots. Can’t wait to see all the shoes in The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on December 2nd and can’t wait even more to get my hands on the knock-off’s that will hopefully be on the way to a Payless store near me, courtesy of, say, Brash or Christian Siriano?