The latest, and one can only hope last, news about the now-notorious Botox mom is that–gasp!–it was all a hoax for money.
Or was it?
Sheena Upton, which is allegedly her real name, claims in a sworn declaration that The Sun paid her $200 to pretend that she injected her daughter with Botox for a story. In a TMZ video, “Sheena” said that she was doing an acting job and that she was “pushed into it.” “Honestly, I don’t even know what Botox is,” she says. She also claimed her daughter was never in pageants.
Good Morning America, which had the duo on the show this week, is obviously annoyed that they were duped, so did some investigations of their own.
This morning, the following pitch landed in the inbox of at least one reputable Manhattan PR agency: To whom this may concern, I am the designer of a product called the Backtacular gluteal cleft shield. It’s a hypoallergenic adhesive patch that is applied directly to the skin above the gluteal cleft area of the buttocks. Read more →
Whitney Port was sued in Los Angeles on Friday. Whitney, who started out as a reluctant, “I’m-just-an-intern” co-star on The Hills before moving to New York, “working” for Diane von Furstenburg and getting her own show, The City, started her line Witney Eve in 2007 and surprise! She doesn’t actually design each and every piece. Read more →
Thanks to Hollywood’s recent penchant for all things fashion – The Devil Wears Prada, Sex and the City, Confessions of a Shopaholic – names like Vivienne Westwood and Anna Wintour have made their way into the general public. They’re in our tabloids, in Time magazine, on TV – with their own shows! – on 60 Read more →