I read Kelly Cutrone's book last night -- almost the whole thing in one sitting. I've never read a self-help book, or any book that doles out life advice, but by the end of chapter two I was dying for my very own guru and a cable box, so that I can curl up and watch Kelly's show, Kell On Earth, week after week. It's honest, sharp and, for lack of a less cheesy word, inspiring. Bravo's spewing clips to hold you over, this one offers laughter, interns, Kelly's daughter, Jeremy Scott, and sharks. If by the end, you still think she's a cold-hearted bitch, pre-order this.
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Dear Kelly Cutrone, You're My Idol
I am not ashamed to admit that I’m a huge Kelly Cutrone fan. At Britt’s recommendation I read her book, which I loved, and Mondays are much harder to get through now that I don’t have Kell On Earth to look forward to. (Even though we still get to see her lay the smackdown on Roxy and Olivia every now and again on The City). So when I heard that the PR maven herself would give a free lecture on Wednesday afternoon, I knew that I had to attend, since she never fails to provide me with an overwhelming surge of girl power.
New ANTM Judge Kelly Cutrone On Everything From Why ANTM Contestants Don't Get Jobs to the Pitfalls of Working in the Fashion Industry
Last night, Kelly Cutrone made her debut as the newest judge on America's Next Top Model: British Invasion, a perfect role for someone known for being blunt and unfiltered on and off television. Cutrone is a smart lady who spends a lot of time thinking about the fashion industry--from what's wrong with it, to what fashion people will always complain about, to what it takes to break into it, to why runway shows are important, to how she's building her own fashion business. Basically, she knows what she's talking about and we think you should hear what she has to say. We caught up with her over "tea" before she headed out to a Van Halen concert a few evenings ago.
Kelly Cutrone Has Signed On To Be a Dr. Phil Correspondent
Come on, we all knew this was coming. Just not that it was coming via Dr. Phil. Kelly Cutrone, aka @peoplesrev, aka author of If You Have to Cry Go Outside, aka star of Kell on Earth (RIP), has just signed on to be correspondent on Dr. Phil's talk show. This has been confirmed via Cutrone's Twitter account as well as Dr. Phil's Twitter account. We've never watched Dr. Phil because his mustache scares us. He kind of reminds us of Patrick Swayze's character in Donny Darko, minus the whole child pornography thing. But we'll be DVRing every episode on which the public relations maven appears. Heck, if Kelly can get behind Dr. Phil, maybe we can, too.