Refinery 29 has done several TV shorts in the past starring Alexander Wang and Chris Benz. Now they're in search of a permanent TV hostess to "star" in their series of mini Internet shows. The site is scouring for an "It Girl" between the ages of 18 and 23 with great style (and presumably a great face) to star in their new venture. The project will take the entire summer and pay enough money to "make somebody a really happy summer." Alas, Cory Kennedy is already taken.
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Report: The Kardashians Want to Launch Their Own Magazine With the Same Publishing Company They're Currently Suing
Oh boy. Continuing on their quest to become completely inescapable, the Kardashians are apparently planning to launch their very own magazines dedicated to--you guessed it--themselves, Page Six is reporting. Sources told the gossip column that the reality TV family is in talks with several media sources, including American Media Inc., to launch their own mag. AMI is a good fit considering the media company owns tabloids like The National Enquirer, fitness mag Shape, and the recently launched Reality Weekly, the magazine dedicated to covering reality TV stars. However, the company also owns Star, which is pretty ironic considering the Kardashians are currently suing the magazine for libel over that whole child labor scandal.