As Robin Thicke predicted while he was standing on his piano early in the evening, after being introduced by Lindsay Lohan, Miley Cyrus tweaked with a tittle person. She also danced with a giant. And she sure looked cute in her sparkly santa outfit with thong. Macklemore was also a standout with his “Same Love” message. Young people loved it. And was go glad my son was there with me to witness. Think the next generation is starting off in a better place in many ways. Amazing night. . . there were two dancers standing near me, and two young girls noticed them and asked if they could just touch their hair. Just so sweet the devotion. .. like Beatles shrieking. My hears were barely functional after from all the shrieks. . .
When I asked what jewelery Julia Roberts was wearing, Marcy said, Wilfredo Rosado. She is magnificent in August: Osage County. And the necklace was a big stand out on the red carpet. Wilfredo, by the way, was my former officemate at Interview magazine some years back. Warhol adored him. And now, apparently Julia Roberts loves his work. She was such a doll tonight on the red carpet. Her personality sparkles like the necklace and matching earrings. So proud of Wilfredo. The movie is so powerful and full of truth. The entire cast BRINGS IT! So much to learn about life in this story. . .
Just when you thought Paris Hilton had bedazzled everything last item that could be, er, bedazzled, someone out there upped the ante. Meet the BLOW e-Hookah. At the American Music Awards Reza Farahan, of Shahs of Sunset test drove a diamond-bedazzled LED light-up hookah–smokeless, electronic, natch. Flavors included frosted cinnamon bun and acai Berry. Lets just say it is a we bit more conspicuous than an electronic cigarette.
The dress will look better on her Blake. Blake Shelton, offering up the gown that Clarkson wore at The Venetian Las Vegas in her dressing room. They were filming an NBC holiday special that will air Wednesday, December 111 and 10:00 pm (ET/PT) with songs of her Christmas album, “Wrapped in Red” with Reba McEntire and Trisha Yearwood. Click on the pics to see them a little better.