Janice Dickinson Accuses Bill Cosby of Rape, "Normal Barbie" Comes With Cellulite and Acne Stickers

And Kathy Griffin has officially joined the cast of 'Fashion Police'.
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And Kathy Griffin has officially joined the cast of 'Fashion Police'.
Janice Dickinson. Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

Janice Dickinson. Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

Janice Dickinson came forward on Tuesday to accuse Bill Cosby of drugging and sexual assaulting her in 1982, making her the 15th person to accuse Cosby of rape. The former supermodel describes the incident and mentions that she even tried to touch on it in her 2002 autobiography, but was forced to leave out the assault due to pressure from Cosby's legal team. {Vulture}

The Lammily doll is the new "Normal Barbie" that comes with a sticker extension pack that includes cellulite, scrapes, and acne. Former graphic designer Nickolay Lamm designed the doll with the average measurements of a 19-year-old woman and included the stickers to enforce realistic body standards. It may not be every girl's dream to have a doll with stretch marks and rosacea, but perhaps it really is an effective strategy — the best gift you can give your child this holiday season is self-esteem. {Time}

Kathy Griffin is officially replacing Joan Rivers as the host of E!'s "Fashion Police." The comedian will join Melissa Rivers, Kelly Osbourne and Guiliana Rancic, but the show will supposedly no longer be a weekly series. Instead it will air during awards season and special events. {TMZ}

Uniqlo is expanding rapidly in the U.S. with 18 new stores this fall and a plan to build more "big stores" in locations such as Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and the Beverly Center in Los Angeles. With only five years left for founder, Tadashi Yanai, to achieve his goal of $50 billion in sales, he's certainly stepping up his game. {WWD}