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Fred Armisen Joins 'Zoolander 2,' Under Armour's Profit Takes A Hit

And Bella Hadid sports black lace for 'Elle.'

The casting keeps getting better for "Zoolander 2." Actor Fred Armisen announced Tuesday that he'll be joining the cast via Instagram photo, which shows him packing for a shoot in Rome. Being the nice guy that he is, he put some American iced coffee in his suitcase for the crew. {Instagram}

Under Armour reported a 13.4 percent drop in profit for the first quarter of the year — the result of acquiring two fitness tracking apps in February, West Coast port disruptions and expansion overseas. Nevertheless, the company reported revenues of $804.9 million, exceeding Wall Street's forecasted revenue of $802.5 million and the $641.6 million it brought in during the same time last year. {WWD}

Bella Hadid has done it again. The 18-year-old rising star, who stunned all of us last week with a Photoshop and makeup-free shoot for CR Fashion Book, sports black lace and leather for the May issue of Elle. Girl looks good. {Elle}

Former L'Oréal lawyer Steven Trzaska has filed a lawsuit against the cosmetics giant, claiming that the company fired him in violation of the Conscientious Employee Protection Act. Trzaska claims that the company was trying to fill a global quota of 500 patent applications and that he was fired for refusing to apply for dubious inventions. {Bloomberg}

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