First the actresses thought they should have runway shows, then came the singers, and finally - thank you, Lauren Conrad - the reality stars. Now it seems some athletes want in, too. Next week, Maria Sharapova hosts her own fashion show in London, where she'll show off her latest "lifestyle" wares: New Sony Ericsson phones. How a runway show can serve a cell is one thing, but whether a tennis star can bring fashion to the tech world - well, that's quite another. But at least the models on her runway won't be sickly skinny - Maria herself has a slamming, muscular body and we hear she's demanding the same of her other catwalk girls.
Carolyn Murphy is Replacing Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Who Was Replacing Angela Lindvall as Host of Project Runway All Stars
The second season of Project Runway All Stars just started shooting, and producers have had to deal with a special "challenge" of their own. According to the Page Six, the latest installment of Lifetime's reality series began filming early last month and was slated to have Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as its new host--that is, until she dropped out at the very last minute. Apparently, just three weeks before filming, the model/actress got the call to fly to Namibia to film the new Mad Max reboot, MM: Fury Road.